The critique of a society dominated by toxic masculinity is brilliant in its simplicity, and I’d never have guessed it would take a guy like Borat to put a fresh spin on women’s rights.
A touching and sweet final chapter that ends with a satisfying sendoff to this furry trio of best pals.
A solid, by-the-book crime drama that meets most expectations (but never exceeds them).
Viewers may be enamored with the ending so much that they forget the dull 80 minutes that preceed the finale.
This nostalgic trip back to the carefree summers of decades past is a hoot until you realize that people actually died here.
Socially progressive sci-fi that makes a statement about how multi-billion dollar corporations are built on the backs of the working class.