Brie Larson, Armie Hammer, Sharlto Copley and more star in Free Fire, a fearless and sharp shoot 'em up.
Filled with grisly kills and gallows humor, Prevenge's tale of a pregnancy gone evil is an impressive directorial debut.
Tragedy Girls, a teen horror-comedy about aspiring serial killers, doesn't hold back on the violence or gore - and that's a good thing.
The live-action feature has the story you remember from Disney's animated film, but with a few decidedly darker flares, none of them welcomed.
Never before has the iconic gorilla looked so magnificent and real as he does on Skull Island.
Hugh Jackman's final Wolverine movie also proves to be the actor's - and the X-Men franchise's - finest.
Jordan Peele has moved from the comedy of "Key & Peele" to horror film "Get Out," and the result is "terrifying and hilarious."
Despite sensational action, grounded with breathtaking blows and imaginative elements, The Great Wall is merely good.
"John Wick: Chapter 2" doesn't top the 2014 original, but rest assured the action sequences remain "satisfyingly bonkers."
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...