The movie uses this dual nature to push the important, though a bit clichéd, message that differences should bring us together, not tear us apart.

Cera in 'Scott Pilgrim'

“Scott Pilgrim” is pretty unapologetic about what it is, and this can’t really come as a surprise.

Cera in 'Superbad'

In Cera’s hands, he becomes the perfect straight man for the perfect teen sex comedy.

"Night School"

Outside the theater where I saw “Night School,” there was a cardboard standee that depicted star Kevin Hart (“Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle”) trying to climb out of a locker he has presumably been shoved into while an unimpressed Tiffany Haddish (“Uncle Drew”) stands outside with her arms crosse

"Hold the Dark"

Though it is not to say that this is a movie that calls for jokes or witty dialogue, there is a line for how much gore and bloodshed is needed in a scene and that line is most definitely crossed.

'10 Things I Hate About You'

Our culture is shaped by movies and the best kind of Twitter content is rooted in the entertainment industry.

Eddie Redmayne in 'Fantastic Beasts'

While possibly an interesting story in its own right, how can it ever compare against the backdrop of the boy wizard saga that taught a generation to read?

Eric Rhomer's 'Six Moral Tales'

Because a lot of the time, no matter how much of a pillar of cinema — no matter how influential, inspiring or affecting — the film may be, it just might be a bit boring, a slow watch in the eyes of the stimulation-seeking modern viewer.

"The House With a Clock In Its Walls"

It’s genuinely unsettling and doesn’t always talk down to its target demographic.

"Nappily Every After"

What sets “Nappily Ever After” apart is its dissection of the impact of the male gaze on women’s choices regarding their appearances.