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.
Die-hard fans may enjoy Steven Spielberg's adaptation, but everyone else will likely leave unsatisfied by the mixed message and leaps of logic.
John Boyega shines, but overall Pacific Rim Uprising is a boring sequel that lacks clear stakes or characters to root for.
If you're not in it for nostalgia or fandom of the franchise, this unnecessarily brutal Tomb Raider reboot can easily be skipped.
The underwhelming mystery at its center damns The Lodgers to mediocrity, and its lackluster imagery can't save it.
In Black Panther, Ryan Coogler both lives up to the standard set by the Marvel Cinematic Universe and delivers something completely new.
The Winchester Mystery House and its maker has fascinated horror fans for years, but the movie based on it shoots itself in the foot at every opportunity.
The Last Jedi is everything Star Wars fans have been hoping for, perfectly serving fan-favorite and new characters alike.
With scenes careening into each other oblivious of momentum, tone or plot structure, Justice League feels like a Frankenstein of a film.
Just in time for the holidays, Pixar presents a warm and colorful celebration of family with the Día de Muertos-inspired Coco.
The greatest crime in Kenneth Branagh's adaptation of Murder On The Orient Express is the one committed against cinema.
Full of action, laughs, and spirited fun, Thor: Ragnarok is a fine, but unfortunately not great, Marvel movie.
The idea of Groundhog's Day, but about a co-ed trying to solve her own murder, sounded like a darkly good time.
Blade Runner 2049 won’t leave anyone arguing over whether it or the ’82 movie is the superior film, but it's still a fantastic example of moviemaking.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle is a mixed bag, combining the first film's manic action and jokes with tired retreads and a bloated runtime.
Dylan O'Brien and Taylor Kitsch face off, but it's Michael Keaton who wins American Assassin.