More Purge than Mission Impossible, Mile 22 is a relentlessly violent and unfocused horror show that never earns its character moments or plot.
Starring Jason Statham and Li Bingbing, The Meg is more fun than any movie about an enormous, prehistoric shark has a right to be.
With a confusing stab at updating the crowd-sourced lore of the character, Slender Man is a mediocre but watchable high school horror story
The Darkest Minds, Fox's new YA dystopian sci-fi thriller, is a hodgepodge of tropes from better movies, and does all of them serious disservice.
The Death of Superman adapts the '90s comics mega-event to an animated feature, and while not perfect, it's more than worth your time.
Teen Titans Go! To The Movies is exactly what you expect it to be, with everything hilarious about the show blown up to blockbuster proportions.
Not campy enough to be funny, not big enough to be an action spectacle, Skyscraper is somehow less interesting than its name implies.
With a huge heart and a great cast, Marvel's Ant-Man and The Wasp is a refreshingly new take on the traditional superhero team-up.
Even after their 14-year hiatus, the Parr family proves they've still got what it takes to anchor a movie in the hilarious and emotionally honest Incredibles 2.
Hotel Artemis suffers from a lack of focus and a top-heavy narrative, but it has a great time with a star-studded cast and charm to spare.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom tries to update the 25-year-old dinosaur thriller formula by peppering it with new genres, but misses the mark by a lot.
With a restrained command of psychological horror, Hereditary proves to be a worthy heir to genre classics like The Exorcist and Rosemary's Baby.
Solo: A Star Wars Story aims to tell the origin of pop culture's most lovable space scoundrel, but aimlessly meanders in a galaxy far, far away.
Deadpool 2 gets a boost of energy from the addition of Cable and Domino, but too often falls victim to the genre clichés it aims to subvert.
It's hard to judge Avengers: Infinity War solely on its own merits, but it stands a simultaneously satisfying and unsatisfying piece of MCU history.
Rampage won't surprise you, but it will deliver exactly the kind of fun it promises: The Rock, giant monsters and plenty of destruction.
Genre fans and thrill-seekers alike will find something to love in John Krasinski and Emily Blunt's new sound-centric horror movie, A Quiet Place.