I review the fittingly named film, "The Gray Man" for being very gray and unoriginal.
The A24 film Everything Everywhere All At Once is a wonderful, colorful, bold and heartfelt film. It is undoubtably one of the best movies I have ever seen in my life.
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Last Action Hero is a meta-film soft breaks the fourth wall, allowing us to examine the ridiculousness of our heroes and is a commentary on how an optimistic, immature audience views the infallible American ultra-hero.
Sony's Morbius is a poor attempt at getting us to care about a worse depiction of vampires than Edward Cullens in The Batman.
The Sum of All Fears features man with two first names, Jack Ryan, and is about rising tensions between Russia and the USA. The Sum of All Fears is to the current political state of affairs as Contagion was to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Bollywood action film War starring hunks Hrithik Roshan and Tiger (*sighs*) Shroff. The film is a bullet-riddled, explosion-stuffed, CGI-polished ultranationalistic turd of a film that made a bajillion rupees in the box office and is part of a spy cinematic universe. If that doesn’t help you figure out whether or not this movie is worth watching, let me break things down for you in excruciating detail.
Bollywood film "Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara" is a film following an extended bachelors trip for three former college friends as they discover themselves, the meaning and the value of life as they journey through Spain, conquering various danger sports and relationship hurdles. translated as "Life No Get Again", or, "You Only Live Once"
The film Bajirao Mastani is a beautiful, gilded romantic expression of Indian art, architecture, clothing, music, poetry and values. If you're not familiar with Bollywood, this is a fantastic but aesthetic look at one of the best films to come out of India in a long, long time.
Don't bother watching Jonah Hex. It's a DC Comic movie worse than Whedon's Justice League, and only features no name actors like Josh Brolin and Will Arnett.