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Why Did You Kill Me is a sharp, heartbreaking Netflix documentary
Hard characters collide at the wrong place and at the wrong time with tragic results in Netflix's tight doc Why Did You Kill Me?
Melissa McCarthy's Thunder Force on Netflix is an unfunny superhero comedy
Melissa McCarthy and Octavia Spencer drag us through predictable, unfunny and dated Netflix comedy Thunder Force that's painful to sit through.
Netflix's This is a Robbery takes a gripping look inside the world's biggest art heist
This is a Robbery: The World’s Biggest Art Heist on Netflix, features a cast of crazy characters, incompetent cops, and, unfortunately for Dalts, no resolution.
Father-son bonding highlight of Netflix's Concrete Cowboy
Coco wanted more Idris Elba, but Concrete Cowboy on Netflix pulls at the heartstrings and doesn't fall completely into the trap of being just another sappy father-son movie.
Bad acting dooms Netflix's otherwise gripping The Serpent
The Serpent on Netflix is eight hours of uneven acting, laughable dialogue, and bad choices by characters. But it does have redeemable qualities.
Godzilla vs. Kong is just big ol' dumb fun
On HBO Max and in select theaters, Godzilla vs. Kong is exactly the kind of mindless monster movie madness we need. Just don't take it seriously.