Baby Driver is a feast for the eyes and ears. Tightly written, brilliantly edited, and remarkably choreographed, it's a movie you'll want to watch over and over.
Disney/Pixar's oft-maligned franchise is back. Does Cars 3 redeem the "average" first movie and "embarrassing" second film? We have the review...
It Comes At Night offers a grim, real-world scenario where the struggle between doing what is "right" and what is "necessary" becomes horrifically blurred.
The Mummy is Universal Pictures debut film in their so-called "Dark Universe" that will bring together several classic "movie monsters." Unfortunately it sucks.
DC needs a critical and fan favorite film to steady their feet in advance of this Fall's Justice League premier. Does Wonder Woman pull it off? We have the review...
Picking up right after the 2014 surprise hit, Volume Two takes the Guardians of the Galaxy into the risky realm of "character development." Does it pay off?
The Circle offers questions that have answers obvious to everyone but the movie's characters. For all the interesting ideas it raises, it seeks to resolve none of them.
Phoenix Forgotten tries to turn a wannabe UFO sighting into a wannabe Blair Witch Project. The result is a movie that neither frightens nor entertains.
Armed with a bevy of new songs, Disney's newest fairytale remake does it source material justice, despite not quite measuring up to its flawlessness.
Pointless, tedious, mean-spirited, gruesome and 100% idea-free, The Belko Experiment is nothing more than a colossal waste of time.
When you take away KONG's bad story, directing, acting, and writing you're left with a movie with a few really fun action scenes and not much else.
Logan embraces all the violence and bloodshed its character is famous for better than any X-Men film before it. It also rips your heart out on more than one occasion.
Get ready to feel tense and uncomfortable for a lot of different reasons...
A Cure For Wellness is plagued by boring characters, a mystery you unravel long before the movie does and a plot that overstays its welcome by a good hour.
Loaded with gags, easter eggs, cameos and (surprisingly) plenty of heart and character development, LEGO Batman is a treat from hilarious start to zany finish.
The Space Between Us is an original story with an intriguing premise that is failed by too many plot holes and misguided direction.
Rings is either a sequel no one asked for or a reboot no one wanted. By the end of it you won't care either way, you'll just be glad its over.