Wonka is just what the 2023 holiday season needs – a film offering the perfect mix of music, dance, and fun for filmgoers of all ages. A magical musical sure to make you smile.
The Michigan Movie Critics Guild has announced its winners for the best films and performances of 2023.
The Michigan Movie Critics Guild has announced its nominees for the best films and performances of 2023.
Loosely based on the story of schoolteacher Mary Kay Letourneau and her torrid affair with a 12 year old, May December ups the ante by turning a twosome into a psychological threesome with the addition of an actress researching the couple for her role as an infamous adulterer.
While the film falls off the rails in the back half, Leo finishes strong to make this another Sandler win for family films in 2023.
Fans of the books will likely love the prequel to the original trilogy, but fans seeking to be entertained will be disappointed in the last third of The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds & Snakes that seemingly drags on far longer than the 2.5 hour running time.
Trolls Band Together (2023) is rated PG. It’s an animated Trolls movie. There’s nothing objectionable.
Like many other Apple TV+ series, Monarch: Legacy of Monsters is one that is beautifully filmed, but whose writing struggles to sustain an entire season. Perhaps if the show had more monsters, it might be a bit more interesting.
The Marvels (2023) is Rated PG-13 for people getting punched a lot, extinction-level catastrophes, flerkens and their never-ending appetites, and a planet that communicates solely by singing.
Wineville (2023) is unrated and currently playing the film festival circuit. It would probably get given a R rating for swears, child sexual abuse, torture, stabbing, rending and poking, as well as suicide.
Five Nights at Freddy’s (2023) is rated PG-13 for black-eyed children, people getting slashed, stabbed, and shot, large menacing animatronics, child abduction, and assault in a public fountain.