How do you measure a good weekend for movie releases? What separates a memorable Friday night at the theater from only a so-so one? Is it a wide mix of movies being released at once, or is it a somewhat smaller amount of greater movies, all released at the same time?
Described by West as a “demented Disney film,” Pearl is a wholly unorthodox slasher that has already earned consistently high praise from critics, many of them calling it a pleasant and inventive addition to X’s cinematic universe.
The Woman King has been called a “crowd-pleasing epic” by The Hollywood Reporter, and has received praise for its marvelous action sequences and Davis’s performance — which many are already calling one of the best in her career.
With its heavy basis in Agatha Christie parlor mysteries, See How They Run has earned mostly positive reviews from critics, many of whom noted the film’s tight plot, pacing, and humorous tone as some of its foremost strongest qualities.
In Moonage Daydream, viewers are taken on a journey of sci-fi proportions through Bowie’s lengthy career, from his earliest days as fledgling artist David Jones to his career heights as one of the mainstay musical attractions in the ‘70s and ‘80s.
Shiva (Ranbir Kapoor) is a radio DJ who discovers he has pyrotechnic superpowers, as well as uncovering the knowledge that he’s able to activate the Brahmāstra — an all-powerful weapon capable of destroying the universe.