The beautifully animated Chinese film sits somewhere between Romeo & Juliet and Godzilla, and is all the better for it.
Fully committed to themes of natural connections, crimes of history and female empowerment, Frozen 2 is a wholly unique experience.
A likable cast and confident direction help Charlie's Angels to overcome a paper-thin plot and its attempts to be cooler than it is.
Yuhei Sakuragi's 3D CG anime film probably won't create any converts to the medium, nor is it enough to satisfy sci-fi fans, either.
Masaaki Yuasa's latest film about a summer romance soured by loss is surprisingly uplifting and, at times, even laugh-out-loud funny.
There's nothing particularly wrong with Disney's live-action retelling of Lady and the Tramp, but the film lacks any real reason for being.
Doctor Sleep works incredibly well, is visually compelling and draws from (but isn't reliant on) The Shining to create a whole new experience.
Rattlesnake is a tense and impressively assembled horror film, grounded by a strong lead performance and solid direction.
Ignoring every film in the series after 1991's Judgment Day, Terminator: Dark Fate embraces the past while charting a new, if familiar, future.
Parasite, Bong Joon-ho's black comedy thriller, is every bit as good as the early reviews say.
Makoto Shinkai's follow-up to Your Name reaches for the heavens and causes another downpouring of emotions -- though not quite as heavy this time.
Zombieland: Double Tap is consistently silly and features some fun world-building, but lacks the character depth of the 2009 original.
Disney's Maleficent: Mistress of Evil is certainly beautiful, but, unfortunately, its story isn't nearly as compelling as its visuals.
DC's newest animated feature, Wonder Woman: Bloodlines, has plenty of action, but not enough heart.
Despite some innovative special effects and solid performances, Gemini Man's story isn't compelling enough to make it worth a watch.
Violence Voyager is a surreal mix of body horror and nightmare fuel rendered in a unique, deliberately surreal style of animation.
Black Fox has a stellar female cast and some great actions sequences. But it ultimately feels more like an extended TV pilot than a film.