For a franchise that has been around for 40 years, Mobile Suit Gundam: Hathaway emerges as one of the best films in the Gundam universe.
Fear Street Part Three: 1666, the third part of a trilogy, ties everything perfectly back to the first two films.
Fear Street: Part Two – 1978 is a charming and at times, heartfelt horror film, but its moments of horror are often hidden from the viewer, creating a film that does not fully embrace its potential.
With its uneasy blend of action, comedy, and familial drama, Gunpowder Milkshake is ultimately an underwhelming movie.
Fear Street Part One: 1994 is a fun, energetic slasher with enjoyable characters, an interesting overarching plot, and heartfelt relationships.
Astonishingly, Feel Good Season 2 gets darker and more uncomfortable without abandoning its humorous reprieves.
Despite its immense charm in its animation, music and characters, there are vital story elements in Arlo the Alligator Boy that are lacking.
In a transformative paranoia and confined space, The Woman in the Window may not be the best remake of a classic tale, but it is far from the worst.
With a shift to basketball, the new season of Last Chance U is a journey into the lives of student-athletes hoping to achieve their goals.
Stowaway had the potential to be an incredible examination into the philosophy surrounding survival and hope, yet delivers with a lackluster presentation.
Film Inquiry interviews Joe Penna about his film Stowaway and the sense of isolation it presents and the everlasting prospect of hope.
While it takes the series a few episodes to find its footing, it eventually settles into an even pace, supported by the strong performances and adaptation.
Luke Parker spoke with documentary filmmaker Shalini Kantayya about Coded Bias, her frightening exposé on big tech data collection.
Formula 1: Drive to Survive S3E9 is an exhilarating experience that can charge anyone up and make them want to aggressively work towards their goals.
I Care A Lot suffers from a tonal shift, is still prevalent enough that the film is entertaining and enlightening all the way through.