Ridley Scott's latest film, House of Gucci, is a lavish exercise in excess that provides a cynical canvas for its actors to run rampant.
Denis Villeneuve's Dune delivers on staying faithful to its source material and immersing audiences in its massive scope and tremendous world building.
Halloween Kills sees Michael Myers continue to wreak havoc in Haddonfield in this messy sequel strung together by brutal violence.
Judgment established Yagami and his crew as interesting and entertaining protagonists by playing it safe gameplay-wise, but Lost Judgment feels like them finally trying to figure...
Ragnarok is at hand in Norsfell Games' Tribes of Midgard: a unique blend of adventure and survival game where players try to save the world from...
Ryan Reynolds stars in Free Guy, a mildly entertaining action-comedy that follows a character in a video game as he tries to find a purpose in...
The Green Knight follows Gawain on a potentially doomed quest to complete a game, in David Lowery's medieval doom metal epic.
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As a tropical getaway becomes life threatening, the guests of a tropical resort are forced to confront their mortality. Fitting neatly within his body of work,...
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A ranking of The Fast and Furious films, a franchise that has grown organically - from street racing to cyber warfare, family is above all.
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Outriders proves the same thing that Destiny did when it first launched: build a game around a solid foundation and getting through the game is less...
The MonsterVerse finally ditches much of its seriousness for silly plotting and over-the-top fights, marking a satisfying entry in the franchise.
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