Our recommendations for what’s new for home viewing this month.
“Searching” bows to average moviegoers who aren’t in the business of challenging themselves, and this movie has all the subtleties of a t.v. movie of the week.
This Chinese disaster movie is polished with snazzy special effects and an eclectic soundtrack, but may puzzle American audiences with its cultural differences.
“Summer of ’84” is proof that skilled horror filmmakers can shock, scare, and surprise audiences even when working with the familiar.
The natural, unforced sincerity is the heartbeat of this film, and it touched me on the deepest emotional level.
“The Happytime Murders” may be demented in its off-color wisecracks, but this is not a terrible movie — although it will prove to be an acquired taste for most.