Transformers 5 is a towering special effects extravaganza with a befuddling plot, but fans of the 1986 movie are in for a big surprise.
South Korean Director Bong Joon-ho delivers a thoughtful, visceral satire of the meat industry with his adventure thriller Okja.
All Eyez on Me fails to provide any insight whatsoever into the man or the events that really shaped Tupac Shakur.
47 Meters Down is a tedious, 89-minute shark thriller with less than five minutes of shark action.
Rough Night is a funny comedy uplifted by its talented cast, especially the scene-stealing Jillian Bell.
Ethan Hawke plays the most unusual character of his storied career in Maudie, the biopic of Canadian painter Maudie Lewis.
John Lithgow opens up about working on the dark comedy Beatriz at Dinner and embracing differences during such a divided time in America.
Universal's Dark Universe begins with an epic dud as Tom Cruise flounders in The Mummy, one of his worst movies ever.
Captain Underpants is a nonstop barrage of poop jokes, but has a lot of heart and feeling.
Gal Gadot arrives as the hero and feminist icon fans deserve in Wonder Woman, which renews faith in the DC Movie universe.
War Machine encapsulates the insanity of never ending armed conflict, bringing one of the best original movies to Netflix yet.
Baywatch brings plenty of eye-candy but is too long and repetitive to live up to 21 Jump Street or even CHiPs as a movie adaptation.
T.J. Miller will get an expanded role in Deadpool 2 as shooting on the anticipated sequel begins this August.
The franchise has lost some sizzle by its fifth installment, but still entertains with Johnny Depp at the helm.
Wakefield is basically Bryan Cranston in an attic with binoculars, a gimmick that wears thin quickly.
Snatched is mostly silly and dumb but still funny enough to warrant a positive recommendation.
Alien Covenant offers nothing new. It is a standard rehash of the same story we've seen five times before.
Last Men in Aleppo documents the White Helmets, the first responders to Syrian dictator Bashar Al Assad's bombings.
The Dinner is an unpleasant film about appalling people, making it very hard to sit through.
Emma Watson and Tom Hanks fall flat in The Circle, a dull exercise in the evils of Big Brother.