Movie reviews of Jeremy Lebens

These are all the movies and series that Jeremy has reviewed. Read more at: The Daily Rotation.

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Poster for John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum


John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum trades storyline and plot points for continuous non-stop action and inventive gunplay. Keanu Reeves solidifies himself as an action superstar, while director Chad Stahelski comes up with even more ways to fist fight, car chase and shoot out in the most adrenaline-fueled sequel of all-time.

16 may

16 may

Long Shot


Long Shot is another on-point balance of comedy and sincere emotion from director Jonathan Levine. Charlize Theron and Seth Rogen are the cinematic pairing that we never thought we'd need, yet are sure glad that we got. Long Shot will make you laugh in ways that you didn't know were possible.

2 may

2 may

Poster for Avengers: Endgame

Avengers: Endgame


Avengers: Endgame is the greatest cinematic achievement of our lifetime. Directors Anthony and Joe Russo manage to stick a landing that's taken over ten years and 22 movies to make, providing a thrilling conclusion to the Infinity Saga that's full of surprises and all ranges of emotion.

24 april

24 apr

Poster for The Curse of La Llorona

The Curse of La Llorona


Michael Chaves is no James Wan, but he wields the camera with a purpose that captures the tension and scares to their fullest capabilities, despite the yawn-inducing script that wastes most of its potential on repeat jumps and very minor plot development.

19 april

19 apr

Poster for Hellboy



Neil Marshall's Hellboy is shambled collection of excellent creature designs, awesome R-rated action sequences and trying performances attempting to capture the heart and soul of the character, blended together with humor that absolutely doesn't land and a script that could use a few more once-overs. Consider this one a mixed bag of bad ass.

12 april

12 apr

Poster for The Beach Bum

The Beach Bum


Harmony Korine's The Beach Bum is a meandering exploration of genius, anchored down by an all-in performance by Matthew McConaughey. The Beach Bum might squander its running time with repetitious drunken endeavors, but it has a lot to say for a film that appears to be about so very little.

30 march

30 mar

Poster for Captain Marvel

Captain Marvel


Captain Marvel may not be an Earth-shattering movie, but its doesn't need to be. It's a solid origins story that kicks all sorts of butt, thanks to Brie Larson's grace and vigor, combined with a memorable Samuel L. Jackson performance.

10 march

10 mar

Poster for How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World

How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World


Dean DeBlois' How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World is a likable conclusion to his animated trilogy, which features a mixed bag of storytelling. The Hidden World isn't a bad movie, but far from a memorable one, especially when compared to the likes of the first film. Still, it occasionally tugs at the heartstrings and reminds us of the sweet characters created and enjoyed over the years.

21 february

21 feb

Poster for Happy Death Day 2U

Happy Death Day 2U


An effective sequel, capitalizing on what worked so well in the first film, its characters and blend of humor and horror, to deliver a worthy successor that leans heavier on the sci-fi side.

16 february

16 feb

Poster for The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part

The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part


A lukewarm disappoint, failing to capture that same creative magic as the original film. This time around, the jokes aren't funny, the story is convoluted and everything is definitely not awesome.

3 february

3 feb

Poster for Alita: Battle Angel

Alita: Battle Angel


Features dazzling 3D and impressive world building that almost makes up for the weak franchise starting ending.

3 february

3 feb

Poster for Glass



Ambitious and weird, providing unusual commentary on comic book movies in the form of a sequel that's landing almost two decades after the first film was released. Glass is well-acted, sloppily constructed, but mostly captivating in its ability to ground its characters in a world that just might exist.

20 january

20 jan

Poster for Aquaman



May not be as focused or as well-rounded as Wonder Woman, but it's a load of fun and a technical achievement that DC should be very proud of.

18 december

18 dec

Poster for The Mule

The Mule


A bleak tale of redemption, anchored down by another unfiltered Clint Eastwood performance that's drenched in moral ambiguity. The Mule is a heart-wrenching drama that foreshadows Eastwood's prolific career.

16 december

16 dec

Poster for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse


Features crazy-inventive animation and a plethora of Spidey heart. The world is ready for Miles Morales and this film proves that there's plenty of stories left within the Spider-Verse that must be told.

12 december

12 dec

Poster for Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald


Eddie Redmayne's Newt Scamander is still quirky, fun and worthy of leading the franchise, but the supporting characters definitely lessen the film's effect, while Yates and Rowling attempt to intertwine too many sub-stories and references to the HP series.

16 november

16 nov

Poster for Instant Family

Instant Family


An instant success. Mark Wahlberg and Rose Byrne deliver sincere and enjoyable performances, while director Sean Anders captures the subject matter with an even dose of well-blended comedy and drama. This is an all-around great family film.

15 november

15 nov

Poster for Overlord



A well-balanced blend of horror and sci-fi, with excellent sound design, solid gore effects and enough zombie Nazi slaying to satisfy most B-movie junkies.

8 november

8 nov

Poster for The Girl in the Spider's Web

The Girl in the Spider's Web


Easily the worst Dragon Tattoo installment yet, filled with uninspiring characters that follow a thin plot that feels like a rushed made-for-TV afterthought when compared to both Niels Arden Oplev and David Fincher's previous films.

8 november

8 nov

Poster for Halloween



A vicious slasher film that reinvigorates a franchise that most thought was dead and buried. Jamie Lee Curtis gives a convincing performance, while Nick Castle returns to haunt us all as The Shape.

18 october

18 oct

Poster for A Star Is Born

A Star Is Born


A painful reflection of fame, a study of addiction and a display of what it means to be true to yourself. One of the year’s best without a doubt.

17 october

17 oct

Poster for Bad Times at the El Royale

Bad Times at the El Royale


S a performance-driven mystery that's uniquely structured and executed.

4 october

4 oct

Poster for Venom



It's not a complete failure, but boy did Sony butcher what could've been something much more special.

4 october

4 oct

Poster for The House with a Clock in Its Walls

The House with a Clock in Its Walls


Falls flat in the story department, despite Jack Black's usual brand of comedy blending together well with Cate Blanchett's charms.

20 september

20 sep

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