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.
M. Night Shyamalan is back. It's not up to the caliber of his early work, but SPLIT will remind you why, for a time, he was considered the next great risktaker-storyteller.
Bye Bye Man offers no redeeming value and nothing to make it worth seeing. Ever. It's a staggeringly bad film from top to bottom that forgot to do its one job: Scare.
A children's movie that's not for (all) children, A Monster Calls might just be the most impressionable movie your young family member will see this year.
Joyless, boring, and focused on all the wrong things, Assassins Creed did everything wrong and ruined the potential for what could have been a good film franchise.
With Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, "Harry Potter" himself isn't back, but his wonderful wizarding world is, and what a treat it is!
Arrival brilliantly adapts the short story source material to create a compelling science fiction film that is both brainy and emotional. It's a must-see.
Godzilla is back with a film that is one part "monster movie" and two parts spoof on the ineffectiveness of modern governments.
Don't Breathe succeeds thanks to a fresh premise and a perfectly realized screenplay that has enough surprises to keep you guessing till the very end. Must see.
Ben-Hur is a remake no one needed, asked for, cared about, or bothered to see. Hollywood today believes that "new spins on old classics" is what people want. Nope.
Kubo and the Two Strings is the best animated film of 2016, featuring warmth, depth, humor and adventure that kids and adults will both love.
Disney has been making some great live action films lately. Pete's Dragon is among their best. Wholesome and sweet and perfect for all ages, it's a film worth your time.