The film has Tom Clancy’s name but none of his excitement and patriotism.
“It’s the best chemistry I’ve ever had since ‘Stand and Deliver,’ said Olmos.
State-of-the-art special effects the only improvement in this new film version of the ’90s-era video game.
Astronauts on a multigenerational mission descend into paranoia and madness, unable to determine what’s real.
Based on the novel “Ghetto Cowboy,” this powerful coming-of-age story on Netflix also features a history lesson few know about.
One-dimensional human characters detract from massively entertaining monster-on-monster fight scenes.
While the names have been changed, the plot’s pretty much the same.
Benedict Cumberbatch stars as a British businessman who helped MI6 stop the ruthless Soviet regime in the 1960s.
Streaming service’s lineup includes more of “The Handmaid’s Tale” and a new entry from Marvel.