While much of Wonder Woman was a success, the last ten minutes of the film became a lost opportunity for stronger and deeper meaning.
We're addressing what other people are saying about Okja - in particular, its most common criticisms, and why they’re wrong.
Megan Leavey's delivers a good story, almost making up for its lack of focus and unwillingness to commit to its main storyline.
The Wall has a kick-ass ending worth shouting about- it's just a shame the journey there is significantly less interesting.
Sleight offers great commentary about the lack of opportunities for minority communities - yet ironically never lets its hero use his powers.
Going in Style from Zach Braff is a forgettable film that stumbles through genres while seemingly wasting its timeless cast.
American Fable doesn't quite strike all the right chords, lacking just one spark that might have turned this movie into a lasting cult classic.
Life certainly nails its big moments, but it's frustrating that what could have been a memorable classic handicapped itself with hapless characters.
The Belko Experiment did nothing to set itself apart, putting unremarkable characters in a mundane setting, in a story we've seen before.
Collide is a film that has talent in front of the camera, but they're wasted through strings of mindless action and laughably poor dialogue.