Perhaps the best thing to come from Marvel's latest film is Stephen Strange's autonomous, flowing cape.
Despite the overall film's overall weakness, it's still a delight to watch America's Dad race to save the world from terrorism and chaos.
Tom Cruise's Reacher is so stoic he could be made of Styrofoam for much of his close-ups.
Director Mike Flanagan took on an impossible property and turned it into a monstrously satisfying film.
Where the director's work was once imaginative, wonderfully weird, and emotionally rich, this is another lamentably forgettable film in Burton's oeuvre.
Director Antoine Fuqua and his star-studded ensemble bring a modern edge to this classic Western tale of revenge and redemption.
The new "Blair Witch" film is "impossibly stupid" and doesn't come close to what made the original so special.
Director Pedro Morelli pairs Alison Pill and Gael García Bernal with a "mind-bending premise" that's "uniquely sensational."
While the film's mean-spirited brand of horror is fearlessly gruesome, that doesn't make it satisfying -- or even all that scary.
Warner Bros.' "Suicide Squad" overcomes flaws in its plot via "characters, stunts, and its own unapologetically strange brand of humor."
"The Killing Joke" attempts to retell a classic story for a modern audience, and while its intentions are laudable, it doesn't quite stick the landing.
"Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of The Shadows" Outshines Its Predecessor, But Has Major Missteps
The sequel gives us Turtles we can cheer for, but has serious issues when it comes to its human characters, April O'Neil in particular.
"X-Men: Apocalypse" is a lifeless affair, squandering its star power, underselling its characters, and muddying its action in greys and cutaways.
Directors Joe and Anthony Russo deliver an action-packed, emotion-filled Marvel sequel that lives up to the hype.
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" has arrived, but despite a bright spot in Gal Gadot, it's "too gritty to be fun and too grim to be thrilling."
Joss Whedon's second 'Avengers' entry has its flaws, but its strengths prevail - and sometime play even better - in the home video release.
With a plodding story, uninspired dialogue and lack of fun or action, Josh Trank's "Fantastic Four" reboot is a profound mess.