Stuber goes through the buddy-cop comedy playbook with a rigid adherence, but damn it if it isn’t a good time. Kumail Nanjiani and Dave Bautista have incredible chemistry, and inhabit their roles with exuberance. It’s clear that everyone was having fun making this movie, and it translates well on screen. While it’s not going to earn any stars for originality, it’s well worth checking out for fans of the genre. If sheer entertainment were the only criteria judged, this would be a five star movie.
The third best Spidey film behind Raimi’s first two. It boasts some great action and an emotional arc for Peter Parker, played exceptionally well by Tom Holland. I love Mysterio in the comics, and his translation to the big screen works really well here. Jake Gyllenhaal is clearly having fun with the role. Zendaya also gets more to do here, and I enjoyed her MJ much more in this outing. Some bold choices toward the end create huge ramifications going…