Seann William Scott stars in Goon: Last of the Enforcers, an incredible sequel that scores a hat trick with laughs, heart and thrills.
Not even the combined star power of Matthew McConaughey and Idris Elba can't overcome Dark Tower's putrid script and limp adaptation.
The Charlize Theron-led Atomic Blonde plays less like a movie, more like a rock show, and the result is an amazing moviegoing experience.
Based on Nerf Backderf's acclaimed graphic novel, My Friend Dahmer is a disturbing film, but not just in the ways you might expect.
It's a feast for the eyes and imagination, but there's two major flaws to Luc Besson's sci-fi epic based on a French comic book.
Spider-Man: Homecoming not only brings laughs, thrills and action, but also the best MCU movie villain since Loki.
With a deranged child star, an enabling twin brother and a gaggle of goofy minions, Despicable Me 3 offers a totally fun family (movie).
Written and directed by Edgar Wright, Baby Driver mixes high-octane action with killer musical numbers for one badass film.
There's plenty of action, a soaring score, and dedicated performances. So why is War For The Planet Of The Apes so dull?
This movie has everything: gigantic battle bots, Nazis, dragons, interplanetary apocalypse and Anthony Hopkins saying "dude."
Pixar's Cars 3 isn't just for kids, as it finds sophistication by exploring aging and mortality in a "bonkers and bittersweet" ride.
As the first film in Universal's planned "Dark Universe" of monster movies, The Mummy isn't worth a resurrection.
Wonder Woman delivers jaw-dropping action, a swoon-worthy romance and the super-powered summer spectacle we've been waiting for.
Overstuffed with crude humor, gross-out gags, and f-bombs, Baywatch is more ick-inducing than entertaining.
Like a zombie shark, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tale goes through the motions, not realizing it's already dead.
Guy Ritchie and Charlie Hunnam team for a take on King Arthur that's far more boring than you'd expect from the director of Snatch.
Ridley Scott doesn't want to give you Ripley 2.0, and what he offers instead is thrilling, uneven, and profoundly weird.
"Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" is fun, but that isn't good enough for this phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Fate Of The Furious manages to deliver some big moments, but sputters out on what fans want most from the mega-franchise.