The producers spent all their money on Dolph Lundgren and busloads of zombie cosplayers instead of practical or remotely realistic blood effects, good dialogue, a script that makes sense, or actors.
Virtual Revolution is tepid, mostly predictable, nearly emotionless, and inserts boring gunfights between its boring conversation.
Alien Warfare is an hour and a half movie worth about ten minutes of your time.
The Wandering Earth is more interesting for its Chinese perspective than it is for its plot or characters.
Despite an assuming release, The Ritual is a horror film with great characters, great pacing, and that horror-film rarity, a monster whose reveal completely lives up to the anticipation.
Michael Jai White could have delivered a solid film if he only had a supporting cast that could do more than read their lines aloud and a script that didn’t make the surprise villain obvious from the word go.
Empire State is a decent character-driven crime movie, but someone should’ve told Dwayne Johnson that it was set in the 80s.