Movie reviews of Hungry Watching

These are all the movies and series that Hungry has reviewed. Read more at: Hungry Watching.

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Number of movie reviews: 234 / 234


Poster for Avengers: Endgame

Avengers: Endgame


It’s a near-perfect woven tapestry of intricate storytelling that is unprecedented and will be hard to replicate. And to that I say thank you.

30 april

30 apr

Poster for Little



The natural ease to which Rae portrays her character feels honest and true, whether dealing with an insubordinate teenage Jordan, drooling over Jordan’s teacher, played by Justin Hartley, or finding the confidence to voice her talents.

25 april

25 apr

Poster for Dumbo



With the backdrop of a fun-loving circus and a flying elephant, you would expect the movie to be more exciting and full of wonderment. However, it was a bit dry and superficial.

23 april

23 apr

Poster for Shazam!



Grazer is goofy and full of exuberance, regardless of the hardships life has given his character. And Mark Strong is a formidable foe with his ability to exude evil with just a look.

17 april

17 apr

The Dirt


All in all, the movie probably isn’t going to be winning any awards, but if you like Mötley Crüe, it may be worth a peek.

27 march

27 mar

Poster for Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel


Although the story may feel a bit muddled, the characters, action and overall enjoyment surrounding the film could not be clearer.

9 march

9 mar

Poster for Isn't It Romantic

Isn't It Romantic


In all honestly, they’re all topics that have been done before. But, the combination of Wilson, Devine and Hemsworth just makes it work so much better. They don’t take themselves too seriously and look like they’re having fun, while also maintaining the sanctity of what it means to be a romantic comedy.

4 march

4 mar

Poster for Roswell, New Mexico

Roswell, New Mexico


The show is fun and dramatic in the best of ways.

1 march

1 mar

Poster for How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


It’s heartwarming, lovable, and a perfect conclusion to the story.

27 february

27 feb

Poster for Schooled



Unless Schooled does something to allow its own voice to speak out, it is going to become a stale knock-off that people aren’t going to tune in to.

7 february

7 feb

Poster for Fam



Although the cast is top notch and have great chemistry with each other, the show is full of simplistic jokes made from low hanging fruit.

7 february

7 feb

Poster for The Passage

The Passage


Saniyya Sidney brings the smart, vulnerable character to life in a way that makes you not want to take your eyes off of her. Her chemistry with Mark-Paul Gosselaar is the driving force behind the show and eighty percent of the reason it’s worth watching.

5 february

5 feb

Poster for Alias Grace

Alias Grace


The mystery behind the truth tells a captivating story of Grace and her mental state. Is she crazy or a genius? Trying to figure that out is half the fun.

7 november

7 nov

Poster for The Good Cop

The Good Cop


As entertaining as it is to watch Danza and Groban together, there are a lot of cracks on the surface...

2 november

2 nov

Poster for Like Father

Like Father


The scenery is amazing and the film looks like one giant ad for cruises, but the actual essence of the film lacks substance.

29 october

29 oct

Poster for Last Man Standing

Last Man Standing


The writing is smart and balanced and the chemistry between the cast feels natural.

12 october

12 oct

Poster for God Friended Me

God Friended Me


If you like quirky charm and feel good stories, then I would say it’s worth giving a shot.

8 october

8 oct

Poster for Murphy Brown

Murphy Brown


I can’t say it’s enough to justify bringing back the show…a show that was so good and impactful when it was first on.

5 october

5 oct

Poster for Single Parents

Single Parents


Lighthearted and funny...

5 october

5 oct

Poster for New Amsterdam

New Amsterdam


Is it must-see TV? Probably not. But, it does have enough heart to be enjoyable.

3 october

3 oct

Poster for Manifest



The story may be clichéd, but the mystery behind these passengers has me interested enough to want to know more.

1 october

1 oct

Poster for Magnum P.I.

Magnum P.I.


The writing is soft and predictable and there is no chemistry between any of the characters.

1 october

1 oct

Poster for A Million Little Things

A Million Little Things


It’s these little details that make me enjoy all the nuances the show has to offer.

28 september

28 sep

Poster for Forever



Maya Rudolph is an utter dream, mixing emotions with humor so effortlessly. And, her chemistry with Armisen is easy and natural.

26 september

26 sep

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