Zack Snyder’s Justice League is DC’s grandest comic-book ambitions put on screen, instantly redeeming the 2017 Frankenstein show and moving Snyder to an elite class of fantasy filmmaking.
Upgrade, written and directed by Leigh Whannell, is the story of Grey (Logan Marshall-green), a person extremely against the use of technology, who loses his wife in a tragic accident that leaves him paralyzed. He is implanted with a chip which can fix him, but
Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga, written by Will Ferrell and Andrew Steele and directed by David Dobrik, is the story of Lars (Will Ferrell) and Sigrit (Rachel McAdams), two small-town Icelandic singers who pursue their dream of winning the Eurovision Song Contest.
The Last of Us Part 2 is a bold sequel that takes everything that fans love from the first game and flips it on its head. You don’t get a predictable story, and the connections that were forged between fans and the characters last time are challenged time and again here. It asks us to look at things from the other side, and that will turn off people who wanted something safer. It is, just like the first one, a must-have for any PlayStation 4 owner.
Netflix’s Space Force, created by Greg Daniels and Steve Carell of The Office is mostly incoherent in style, but perhaps swift with satire.
South Park is one of the longest running animated shows on TV, and for good reason! Here’s our overview of Trey Parker’s masterpiece.
Team America: World Police involves Gary Johnston, an actor who is hired by Team America to fight terrorists controlled by Kim Jong-il.
I Lost My Body is undoubtedly underrated. It proves that animation is not just for kids and deserves the same recognition and respect as live-action.
Onward tells the story of the Lightfoot brothers who go on a magical quest to find a way to bring their father back for one whole day.
Ford v Ferrari tells the true story of Carroll Shelby and Ken Miles as they navigate through a mountain of obstacles to try and win the Le Mans ’66.