More Millennial introspection than sci-fi movie, what Save Yourselves! lacks in world-building, it makes up for with charming relatable comedy.
Bloody, fun and achingly heartfelt, Spontaneous presents a clever and original story about life, love and how suddenly things can change.
An explosion of wonder, color and magic, Over the Moon tells a beautifully sentimental story of family and love, with super catchy songs mixed in.
An autistic boy is visited by something terrifying from beyond the screen in the new trailer for the tech-centered horror film Come Play.
Netflix releases the trailer for Babysitter: Killer Queen, the sequel to their 2017 original horror-comedy that premieres on the service in September.
The Beach House has some suitably creepy moments, but it's ultimately hamstrung by an underdeveloped script that fails to connect with the audience.
What you end up with is a better history lesson than drama, in spite of the obvious care with which Hanks brings the story of Greyhound to life.
What The Old Guard lacks in well-paced, tightly plotted story, it more than makes up for with compelling characters and slick, thrilling fight scenes.
Along with a sharp sense of humor and compelling performances, Palm Springs delivers an absolutely charming rom-com with a fun sci-fi twist.
The Kissing Booth 2 has some fun moments, especially for fans, but is ultimately an overwrought, overstuffed and overlong teen romcom sequel.