‘Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves’ is Accessible & Hilarious (Review)
Action packed and laugh-out-loud funny, this adaptation of the tabletop role-playing game will surprise viewers both familiar and unfamiliar with the game.
‘John Wick: Chapter 4’ is an Astounding Example of Artistic Action (Review)
The stakes have never been higher for The Baba Yaga as The High Table continues its pursuit for the bounty on his head in the newest chapter of the John Wick saga. The John Wick franchise has been one of the most consistently enjoyable action movie...
Bloody Mayhem Reigns in Fun, Though Slightly Predictable ‘Scream VI’ (Review)
Ghostface takes on the Big Apple in this bigger, bloodier sequel.
Michael B. Jordan’s Directorial Debut ‘Creed III’ Goes the Distance (Review)
The star playing the titular character goes back into the ring as a first-time director and the results are indisputable.
‘Cocaine Bear’ is a Bloody but Hilarious B-Movie Blast (Review)
A mother, two children, drug dealers and local law enforcement are in a battle of survival against a coke-addicted bear in the latest film from Elizabeth Banks.
615 Notes: ‘Ant-Man,’ ‘Knock at the Cabin,’ ‘Titanic’
Alright, let's get to the movies and such. Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania It feels like Marvel is staring to spin its wheels a bit, with this Ant-Man movie a weird blend of refried Guardians of the Galaxy and a far-less interesting extension of what Loki...
Phase 5 Begins with Fun, but Generic ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania’ (Review)
There are limitations to how good an Ant-Man and the Wasp movie can be, and Quantumania is probably the peak of their solo movie.
2023 Sundance Film Festival Coverage – Part Two
The second half of the Utah-based celebration of independent cinema boasted more of the same from both returning and debuting filmmakers from all corners of the world.
‘Knock at the Cabin’ is Another Underwhelming Thriller from M. Night Shyamalan (Review)
Knock at the Cabin tries so hard to keep you on the edge of your seat, but you’ll be frequently checking your watch instead.
615 Notes: ‘Plane,’ ‘Missing,’ ‘You People’
It's time for more 615 Notes, your best way to suss through the noise out there and find out how recent movies are in a fraction of the time. Recent Releases Plane Gerard Butler has settled nicely into doing the movies that Sylvester Stallone and Bruce...
2023 Sundance Film Festival Coverage – Part One
After taking part in the Sundance Film Festival last year, this critic is happy to be covering it once again in 2023 for 615 Film in their online-only setting.
Bill Nighy is Profoundly Affecting in Life-Affirming ‘Living’ (Review)
A bureaucrat yearns for purpose after learning he has months to live in this remake of a Kurosawa classic.