Killers Anonymous had a fun premise and a great actor in Gary Oldman, but neither aspect resulted in anything very entertaining in a movie which consisted of characters in a mostly singular location talking, culminating with a convoluted twist.
Batman: Hush is a not top-of-the-line entry in the DC Animated Universe line and while the deviation from the source material is understandable, even necessary, what they went with was hardly satisfying.
No real surprise that I never heard of the novel it’s based upon, The Sun is Also a Star is a fine romance-drama that never manages to impress beyond a scene or two with leads, yet fans of the genre might get more enjoyment out of it.
Roxanne is a wonderfully breezy romantic-comedy that one can’t help but smile from beginning to end, mostly because of Steve Martin’s understated but still fulfilling performance alongside a nice supporting cast.
Although at its core I don’t think Avengers Endgame was as strong compared to Infinity War, the emotional aspects however more than made up for it, and the biggest impact was Robert Downey Jr.’s fantastic performance.
Vice Squad is a very unique and somewhat underappreciated crime-thriller with some truly uncomfortable scenes but solid acting from Season Hubley and, especially, Wings Hauser who delivers a chillingly masochistic performance.
Missing Link is a nice little stop-motion animated film with a standard but still entertaining story to go along with a nice voice cast which includes Hugh Jackman, Zoe Saldana and Zach Galifianakis; I would say this worth a rental.
Critters Attack might’ve been 25+ years in the making but what we get instead is an insipid story, which would’ve been fine if not for the fact it was mostly dull and lacked any real fun or entertainment.