Toy Story 4 is an enjoyable and tenderhearted finale for the beloved Pixar franchise that already said goodbye to its characters in the previous film.
Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson's agents are mostly as cogs in the convoluted plot of Men in Black: International.
Overly reliant on jump scares and genre tropes, Ma is only made memorable by the performance of Oscar winner Octavia Spencer.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters honors the franchise legacy while contributing to it. But many of the film's human characters are lacking.
The first franchise entry in 20 years, City Hunter: Shinjuku Private Eyes is completely accessible to newcomers, but the raunchy comedy feels dated.
Disney's live-action remake of Aladdin changes the original narrative in an extraordinary way that ultimately benefits the story.
Aladdin might be Disney's best live-action remake to date, owing much to the music, Will Smith Genie and Naomi Scott's Jasmine.
The Elton John 'true fantasy' movie Rocketman is a buoyant, charming telling of rather dark and heavy story about addiction and self-loathing.
The mystery at the heart of Detective Pikachu is lacking, but the film's true message and stunning world-building make it a winner.
Avengers: Endgame is a loving tribute to the MCU, tied together with engaging action sequences and genuine emotional depth.
At the very least, watch the anime film Penguin Highway to experience something you've never seen before.
Pet Sematary, a remarkably meditative horror movie, is also a genuinely unsettling adaptation of Stephen King's novel.
Laika Studios' The Missing Link is such an amazingly beautiful film, it manages to elevate the movie's fun but slight narrative.
In honor of Dumbo's release, we looks at the most adorable creatures from Disney's blockbuster live-action remakes.
Tim Burton's filmography didn't necessarily make him an obvious choice to direct Disney's live-action remake of Dumbo, but it should have.
Disney's Dumbo delivers on the sweetness of the original and introduces new characters and storylines, with varying degrees of success.
Audiences may find themselves confused at some points, but Jordan Peele's somewhat uneven Us will never leave them bored.
If the soaring Captain Marvel is the future of the MCU, then the franchise has never been more confident and compelling.