Hannah Marks and Liana Liberato steal the show.
Joey King’s relatable portrayal is the only aspect of the film that is enjoyable.
More lists will come as events are rescheduled.
The film is a sad excuse for a romantic comedy.
Pete Davidson is at his absolute best.
The singer’s performance on Netflix showcases his vulnerability.
The film is an embarrassing collection of actors from Adam Sandler’s crew.
From refusing to let words discourage you to creating meaningful connections.
Film Review: ‘The Half of It’ is a modern coming-of-age story with diversity, a complex love triangle
The ‘Half of It’ doesn’t revolve around two beautifully flawed individuals, but instead, many flawed and convincing characters who love each other in different ways.
Netflix will gain ‘Money Heist: The Phenomenon,’ ‘The Perks of Being a Wallflower’ in April; ‘American Odyssey,’ ‘The Shawshank Redemption’ will depart
It’s time to binge-watch some Netflix.
Various big-ticket movie premieres have been delayed due to COVID-19 concerns.
KJ Apa and Britt Robertson carry the film.
Betty Gilpin’s character is a shining light through a film full of nothing substantial.
Film Review: ‘The Invisible Man’ succeeds with a terrifyingly accurate depiction of abusive relationships, brilliantly tense scenes
Elisabeth Moss gives one of her best performances to date.
Chris Pratt and Tom Holland are the perfect leading characters.
‘All the Bright Places’ depicts how individuals cope with the losses of those close to them and not necessarily how the mentally ill cope with their own battling depression.
The slow-burn film is sometimes too ambitious for its own good, but overall, an adequate addition to the horror genre.
Here’s what’s happening in Athens this weekend.
Film Review: ‘Fantasy Island’ contains trivial acting, a preposterous plot and nothing of real substance
‘Fantasy Island’ leaves audience members discussing nothing following the movie — besides wanting their money and time back.