The “Dragon Ball” franchise’s latest movie outing, “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero,” is a love letter to fans of one of their greatest story arcs. Focusing on the relationship between Gohan, voiced by Kyle Herbert, and Piccolo, voiced by Christopher Sabat, the movie further delves into the importance of their relationship.
“The Bob’s Burgers Movie” is heads and tails the best animated TV show to receive a movie adaptation. Fans of the TV show are in for a treat, and family audiences who are planning an outing can do no better than this comedic coming-of-age film.
Marvel’s “Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness” is a beautiful and fantastical addition to the comic book movie genre that takes a mild dive into dense emotional issues.
“The Lost City” starring Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum is a new romantic comedy that lacks comedic elements.
Action-packed with gun violence, drugs and a twist, “A Day to Die” is the new action movie that is out now in theaters. Was it the typical gangster and drug movie? In a way yes, and in a way no.
Director Matt Reeves’ “The Batman” is the best Batman movie to grace the screen for it is dark, serious, intense and is visually stunning.
“Uncharted”, based on the video game of the same name, is the cut and paste version of every cliché action movie out there. It has all the elements necessary for suspense inducing thrills, yet it somehow still lacks the right formula.
It’s usually best to watch prequels in order to understand the story but Fistful of Vegenace’s plot is bland and doesn’t require much to understand the storyline. “Fistful of Vengeance” is an action movie and sequel of the series Wu Assassins.
If you like gore and guts this is your film to watch. The legendary killer is back in a direct sequel to the original film “The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.”