Get Out is scary, laugh out loud funny, and an inspired satire of interracial relationships.
Logan is the anti-Deadpool, and plays out as the darkest movie in the entire X-Men franchise.
The Great Wall proves to be very entertaining and much more humorous than expected.
Though not a comedy, Fifty Shades Darker plays out in comical fashion with truly terrible dialogue.
The LEGO Batman Movie turns the vigilante persona of Bruce Wayne upside down in a very funny superhero movie for the whole family.
The long delayed youth sci-fi romance The Space Between Us has an interesting premise, but needs a better script and tighter direction.
Gold comes off as a vanity project for Matthew McConaughey and arrives as pure Oscar fodder.
Justice League Dark is markedly violent and truly dwells in the mystical realm, but is burdened by an overly intricate plot.
Waif thin girls and chiseled dudes rain destruction on hapless baddies in XXX: Return of Xander Cage, a pure eye-candy action flick.
James McAvoy is a one man show in Split, giving a tour de force performance in M. Night Shyamalan's best movie in 15 years.
African-American women were critical to NASA's success and Hidden Figures is their long overdue story.
From musicals, to Westerns, to superheroes and animated fare, Julian Roman reveals his picks for the eleven best movies of 2016.
Korean megastar Lee Byung-hun discusses working with an all-star American cast, and what he does in his spare time as Magnificent Seven heads to Blu-ray.
Passengers has an interesting premise that devolves into science-fiction and romance convention despite strong turns from Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Pratt.
La La Land is an absolute gem and certainly vies for the best film of 2016 as it makes your spirit soar.
A spoiler free review! Lucasfilm has outdone themselves with Rogue One, a personal, thrilling tale that embodies the best of Star Wars.
An all-star cast of comedy veterans power forth with Office Christmas Party whenever the premise gets overplayed.
Director Pablo Larrain crafts a sublimely artistic and intimate portrayal of Jacqueline Kennedy that follows her husband's assassination in Jackie.
Director Robert Zemeckis creates a throwback to Hollywood's golden age with a cast that sizzles.
Bravo to the team behind Bad Santa 2 for having the guts to make a sequel just as offensive as the first, you'll laugh yourself into the ground.