Showing posts from November, 2020

"Girl" too generic in its down-and-dirtiness

"Superintelligence" not memorable but an amusing-enough vehicle for Melissa McCarthy

"Uncle Frank" a poignant and well-performed coming-out/coming-of-age film

"Hillbilly Elegy" dramatically uneven but Glenn Close's ferocious Mamaw makes it worthwhile

"Happiest Season" a star-studded holiday comedy that's cozy, inclusive, entertaining, and poignantly wise

"Buddy Games" an obnoxious, dull, smug, infantile, tone-deaf sausage party

"Fatman" committed to being an off-kilter, coal-black Christmas present

"The Broken Hearts Gallery" an affable romantic comedy with likable leads and even funnier second bananas