Siberia is strictly for Dafoe and Ferrara fans

Siberia

Willem Dafoe reunites with director Abel Ferrara in the psychological thriller Siberia from Vertical Entertainment. Partially inspired by Carl Jung’s The Red Book, Siberia introduces the audience to Clint (Dafoe), an English speaker who has abandoned his former life and now runs a bar in Siberia.

Simplistic story aside , Luca is another winner for Disney/Pixar

Luca

Disney and Pixar unleash their latest animated tale in Luca. Enrico Casarosa makes his directorial debut with the film, which follows Luca Paguro (Jacob Tremblay), a 13-year-old sea monster who resides in the waters next to the Italian coast. Lucas spends his days herding goatfish with his parents Daniela (Maya Rudolph) and Lorenzo (Jim Gaffigan).

Rogue Hostage is a miss for Tyrese

Rogue Hostage

Tyrese Gibson attempts his version of Die Hard in director Jon Keeye’s Rogue Hostage from Vertical Entertainment. Single father and former Marine Kyle Snowden (Tyrese Gibson) must save his daughter Angel (Zani Jones Mbayise) and other hostages from a dangerous criminal by the name of Eagan (Christopher Backus), who has trapped them inside a neighborhood store owned by Kyle’s polarizing stepfather, Congressman Sam Nelson (John Malkovich).

Decent action, not much else in Undercover Punch & Gun

Undercover Punch & Gun

Action and martial arts take center stage in Well Go USA’s Undercover Punch & Gun from directors Lui Koon Nam & Frankie Tam. Xiao Wu (Philip Ng) is a cop deep undercover who has constructed a comfortable niche for himself in the criminal underworld.

Friendship and martial arts go hand and hand in The Paper Tigers

The Paper Tigers

Director Quoc Bao Tran creates a successful cinematic concoction of martial arts and friendship in The Paper Tigers, from Well Go USA Entertainment. Danny (Alain Uy), Hing (Ron Yuan) and Jim (Mykel Shannon Jenkins) were thick as thieves growing up and shared a love of martial arts.

Star Wars: The Bad Batch takes us back to a galaxy far far away

Star Wars: The Bad Batch

Disney + presents its latest series in the Star Wars universe with Star Wars: The Bad Batch. The series follows the elite and experimental clones of the Bad Batch (first introduced in The Clone Wars) as they find their way in a rapidly changing galaxy in the immediate aftermath of the Clone War.

The Soul universe expands in 22 Vs. Earth

22 Vs. Earth

Fresh off an Oscar win for Best Animated Feature the creators of Soul bring up the delightful 22 for a short in 22 vs. Earth. Directed by Kevin Nolting and set before the events of Disney and Pixar’s “Soul”, the short follows 22 (Tina Fey)….