Led by Will Arnett as the Brick Knight, the LEGO Movie spinoff is packed with enough wit, energy and allusions to delight hardcore Bat-fans and newbies alike.
Return of Xander Cage might be Vin Diesel as his most Vin Diesel, and really, what more could you ask from the franchise?
James McAvoy is a scene-chewing delight, but the rest of M. Night Shyamalan's cast suffers from a weak script.
Unrepentantly absurd and unstoppably fun, Monster Trucks is exactly the kind of kids' movie you want to see at the movies.
Bogged down with confounding details and crudely carved characters, Live By Night rumbles by like its shiny convertible cars, with a sleek exterior but a bumpy ride.
Passengers' promised romance between Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt is bungled in a spectacularly sexist fashion.
You might expect some decent action scenes, even if the story falls flat. We have some bad news for you...
Donnie Yen and Alan Tudyk's performances help smooth out Rogue One's rough spots, but can't fully salvage the first Star Wars standalone film.
Free yourself from the banality of Shut In and do literally anything else with your time.
How do you make sense of the unimaginable? That's the question at the core of Arrival, but the answer slogs rather then engages.
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.