A hilarious, entertaining, yet relevant thrill ride, Dumb Money is the ultimate 21st-century underdog story.
DarkSkyLady’s page of film reviews, critiques, and analysis. Genre runs the gamut from animation movies to documentaries to horror movies all through their unique lens.
The Last Voyage of the Demeter is a fun time for vampire fans with its buildup of tension and visual beauty despite shallow elements.
New Life seems like a typical chase film at first before mixing in horror. The story keeps the tension high while teasing a twist that surprises.
Mad Cats makes you wonder what the hell is happening. Yet underneath that there is laughs, outstanding music and terrific fight scenes tin this absurd movie.
#Manhole grips you in its unrelenting tension and questions with its claustrophobic setting. It’s atmospheric with clever use of social and a compelling lead.
Emptiness grips you with the tension from the outset. It’s clear something is amiss but it never fully resolves, leaving you with the emotions but no answers.
Barbie is a delightful, fun summer frolic with bright colors accompanying it. It’s larger than life with humor and depth, making you wish for a Barbieland.
Dead Reckoning: Part One has jaw-dropping action that inspires awe. While entertaining with solid chemistry, parts of the movie feels flat.
Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny tries to tap into nostalgia. Instead it’s bloated runtime, messy CGI, and misuse of diverse cast stifles that emotion.
Hideo Kojima: Connecting Worlds stands out among films with its mercurial visual style. But Kojima the person remains elusive as it’s a praise documentary.