Reviews / 05.04.2020

With all theatrical releases postponed for the foreseeable future, it's left to the litany of streaming services to carry the torch for original film content until it's safe to return to the cinema. Unfortunately, we're not in awards season mode, meaning a service like Netflix has little to serve up but bottom-of-the-barrel titles like Michael Dowse's Coffee & Kareem; a "comedy" light on laughs and heavy on profanity and violence, echoing everything wrong with his disastrous 2019 flop Stuber. Netflix is a more suitable home for something so decidedly...