Fantasy

Hocus Pocus 2

This well-meaning sequel needs to conjure up better spells. The 1993 “Hocus Pocus” was a Halloween movie that came out in the summer, which was probably why it wasn’t a big Disney hit. That and it got mixed reviews with… Read More ›

Meet Cute

Time Traveling romcom kills too many butterflies. I’ve dealt with two fantasy comedies this year where something magical happens to a woman who goes into a tanning bed. In “Mack & Rita,” Elizabeth Lail transforms into her older self played… Read More ›

Pinocchio (Disney+)

Yet another unnecessary live-action Disney remake. There have been many attempts to top the original 1940 Disney animated classic “Pinocchio,” which was taken from Carlo Collodi’s story, and many have tried and failed. There was “The Adventures of Pinocchio” with… Read More ›

Samaritan

A nice piece of solid superhero entertainment The superhero origin story of “Samaritan” revolves around twin brothers, who are so strong, that they accidentally injure people, up to the point of them being outcasts from society. When people burn down… Read More ›

Day Shift

Jamie Foxx is all bark, but this vampire action comedy is no bite. “Day Shift” is a made-for-Netflix vampire action comedy that’s trying to cash in on the success of “Zombieland,” which knew how to survive a zombie apocalypse. This… Read More ›

DC League of Super Pets

Blandish animation gets overpowered by star-studded voices, a few censors, and some good laughs. Dwayne Johnson has been appearing in some pretty crappy movies-some more financially successful than others-like “Baywatch,” “Rampage,” “Hobbs & Shaw,” “Jungle Cruise,” and “Red Notice,” and… Read More ›

Thor: Love & Thunder

Guns n Roses songs, terminal illnesses, and god killers levitate MCU sequel. The key to an entertaining “Thor” sequel in the MCU is to make sure there’s a balance between fun and responsibility. “Thor: The Dark World” was too dull… Read More ›

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