Crimes of the Future (2022) is Rated R for swears, nudity, facial mutilation, sexy stabbings, a man covered in ears, suffocation, the constant sound of choking, drills to the brain, childhood pica, and subdermal body modifications we thought were edgy in 1994.
Friend of the World (2022) is rated TV-MA for people getting shot, flatulence, a full-grown man born from a butt, a cranial explosion, and bodily osmosis.
The Bob’s Burgers Movie (2022) is rated PG-13 for swears, underpants, decomposing skeletons, petty larceny, high-speed (bumper) car chases, and sexy zombies.
Downton Abbey: A New Era (2022) is rated PG and there’s nothing to be worried about. No one gets naked, the swears are mild, and there is exactly one person of color – who’s a jazz singer.
Already making waves at Cannes, David Cronenberg is no stranger to extreme body horror with deep meditations on exactly where humanity strays off the path and off a cliff. Crimes of the Future opens in theaters June 3, 2022, and is distributed by NEON.
Men (2022) is Rated R for swears, suicide, full male nudity, people getting punched, people getting stabbed, people giving birth, and bird euthanasia.
Firestarter (2022) is Rated R for bleeding eyes, people getting punched, people getting burned, people getting shot, and 94 minutes of your life you won’t get back.
If you’re looking for a romantic comedy about a working class guy dating someone far above his status, choose to spend time with ABC’s canceled series The Baker and the Beauty. While it only lasted one season, it offers a much higher production value, stronger acting, and a far more enjoyable storyline than The Valet.
Senior Year is proof that there is too many outlets for movies to be streamed and not enough good content to go around. Save your time and catch one of the many other high school films that do it better like Clueless or Mean Girls.
Top Gun: Maverick has everything you could ever want in a movie: heart, humor, hope, action, romance, nostalgia, and an intensity rarely felt in films today.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (2022) is rated PG-13 for swears, an inter-dimensional eye gouge, corpses, reanimated corpses, broken necks, people cut in half, lots of immolations, and a metal stake through the heart.
For fans of Spring Awakening, HBO’s documentary is a must-see. For those that haven’t, it provides an opportunity to see the power of theatre and how it can change the world for good.