ABOMINABLE, Dreamworks’ newest offering, surprised film critic Tim Stevens with its heart and beautiful, thoughtful animation.
Women fronted films, THE KITCHEN and WHERE’D YOU GO BERNADETTE, go in for Short Take reviews, Movie Women edition, with decidedly mixed results.
Despite rumors otherwise, indie cinema still offers plenty of quality content. Critic Tim Stevens dives into KILLERMAN, AFTER THE WEDDING, ECCO, & THE PEANUT BUTTER FALCON to find out what’s worthy seeing and what’s worth skipping.
As we argue about whether Spider-Man would be better with Sony or Disney, if Sony is a David to Disney’s Goliath, we miss this fact. We know nothing. So argues Tim Stevens who urges the internet against getting too deep in making uninformed predictions.
HOBBS & SHAW maintains the proud FAST AND FURIOUS tradition of being wildly over the top and utterly entertaining says ComicsVerse’s Tim Stevens.
ComicsVerse’s Tim Stevens reveals all about ONCE UPON A TIME IN… HOLLYWOOD including how it fares on its treatment of women and violence.
GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS is here. Are you ready? Will you like it? ComicsVerse’s Tim Stevens dives right in to answer that.
MA is here and she wants to party. Should you join in? ComicsVerse’s Tim Stevens lets you know in his advanced review of the new thriller.
BRIGHTBURN only wants to be a horror movie about a superpowered murderous kid. Is that enough? Is it good by that standard? ComicsVerse’s Tim Stevens tells all.
ComicsVerse’s critic Tim Stevens wrestles with GLASS, finding the film “compelling in it strengths and flaws,” while acknowledging it won’t be for everyone.
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