We Got This Covered's Scores

For 593 reviews, this publication has graded:
  • 55% higher than the average critic
  • 3% same as the average critic
  • 42% lower than the average critic
On average, this publication grades 1.9 points lower than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average Movie review score: 62
Highest review score: 100 Mountains May Depart
Lowest review score: 20 The Turning
Score distribution:
  1. Negative: 43 out of 593
593 movie reviews
  1. Halloween Kills is a huge comedown compared to its predecessor, offering plenty of blood, guts and gore to satisfy fans but little for everybody else in a by-the-numbers slasher sequel.
  2. As another era of James Bond is brought to close and speculation builds about the future of this franchise, this reinvention feels perfectly timed.
  3. Prisoners of the Ghostland isn't going to be for everyone, but if you're on board with one of the craziest movies you'll see this year, then strap in and prepare for Nicolas Cage at his most unhinged.
  4. Copshop isn't quite the movie the trailers paint it to be; It's definitely a worthy first meeting between Gerard Butler and Frank Grillo in the action genre, but Alexis Louder is the one who really steals the show.
  5. Winstead is nothing short of fantastic in terms of both her physical and performative presence, but she could have really used a meatier journey to sink her teeth into.
  6. Malignant is messy, chaotic, ridiculous and quite possibly the most insane movie you'll see this year, but James Wan doesn't just know that; he uses it to his advantage.
  7. Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings isn't top-tier MCU, but it's a solid origin story anchored by two fantastic performances from Simu Liu and Tony Leung, as well as some of the franchise's best action.
  8. The Card Counter marks another unique cinematic contribution from a masterful filmmaker.
  9. Worth is a fairly routine biographical political procedural, elevated massively by fantastic performances from Michael Keaton and Stanley Tucci.
  10. Ultimately, The Colony squanders a great concept and never takes it to fruition.
  11. This culture clash comedy is a car crash only John Cena survives.
  12. No Man of God doesn't tell us anything about Ted Bundy we didn't already know, but it's a riveting drama anchored by two phenomenal performances from Luke Kirby and Elijah Wood.
  13. The Night House might not stick the landing, but it's an eerie supernatural chiller with an incredible lead performance from Rebecca Hall.
  14. Packed with wit, humor, action and plenty of heart, Free Guy might just be the best video game movie to ever come out of Hollywood.
  15. Beckett is a solid Netflix effort that offers a throwback to the intense political manhunt thrillers of the 1970s.
  16. Nine Days is a fascinating, thought-provoking and incredibly moving feature directorial debut from Edson Oda.
  17. The Suicide Squad is James Gunn at his most unhinged, unrestrained and unleashed, but the result is one of the best DC movies in years.
  18. Dwayne Johnson and Emily Blunt elevate Jungle Cruise, but you've seen this movie before, and you've seen it done a lot better.
  19. Blood Red Sky both is and isn't the movie you think it'll be, but it's perfectly suited for Friday night entertainment.
  20. Old
    Put simply, Old distils the human life cycle down into one unique cinematic experience. One that will cause arguments, promote debates and lead to further discussions. Something which confirms M. Night Shyamalan remains a force to be reckoned with.
  21. There isn’t a shred of originality or inventiveness to be found anywhere in the DNA of Midnight in the Switchgrass, but the performances from Fox, Hirsch and Lukas Haas as the unnervingly creepy and very murderous Peter are deserving of much better material. That being said, it’s exactly what you’d expect from a modern era Bruce Willis effort, even if he’s barely in it at all.
    • 36 Metascore
    • 40 Critic Score
    The concept is ripe for biting satire at how super-serving content can often by detrimental to art and creativity, but instead Space Jam: A New Legacy is a briefly and all-too-infrequently enjoyable hybrid of sports comedy and family drama that doubles as egregious product placement on the largest possible scale.
  22. Black Widow isn't going to go down in the history books as top-tier Marvel Cinematic Universe content, but it's not too bad at all.
  23. The Tomorrow War isn't as good as it could have been, but it's an entertaining enough sci-fi action blockbuster.
  24. The Ice Road further cements Liam Neeson’s reputation as the only action star in the 60-70 age bracket worth his salt.
  25. Hitman's Wife's Bodyguard is a perfectly acceptable buddy sequel, but it's all very uninspired and unoriginal.
  26. Paramount+ has finally released its first major in-house exclusive movie, but it's an understatement to say that Infinite could be better.
  27. In a time when identity, image and awareness are key to any discussion, A Quiet Place Part II demonstrates the possibilities of stories in the hands of those uniquely suited to explore them.
    • 55 Metascore
    • 90 Critic Score
    The Devil All the Time is an emotionally powerful look at familial trauma, religious corruption, and one man's will to challenge his fate.
  28. The film plays with form the way Enola plays with words: dazzlingly, whimsically and sarcastically. It's a breezy escape from a world that seems to be getting darker by the day.

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