It Comes at Night Review: The Most Unsettling Horror Experience of 2017
It Comes at Night Review: The Most Unsettling Horror Experience of 2017
Director Trey Edward Shults crafts a unique terror ride with the excellent summer horror movie It Comes at Night.
Netflix Original Movie Review: War Machine Is a Voyage Into the Absurd
Netflix Original Movie Review: War Machine Is a Voyage Into the Absurd
War Machine encapsulates the insanity of never ending armed conflict, bringing one of the best original movies to Netflix yet.
Baywatch Movie Review: A Riptide of Lousy Jokes & Beautiful Bodies
Baywatch Movie Review: A Riptide of Lousy Jokes & Beautiful Bodies
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.
Pirates of the Caribbean 5 Review: Johnny Depp Still Rules the Sea
Pirates of the Caribbean 5 Review: Johnny Depp Still Rules the Sea
The franchise has lost some sizzle by its fifth installment, but still entertains with Johnny Depp at the helm.
Wakefield Review: Bryan Cranston Descends Into Monotony
Wakefield Review: Bryan Cranston Descends Into Monotony
Wakefield is basically Bryan Cranston in an attic with binoculars, a gimmick that wears thin quickly.
Alien: Covenant Review #2: Not Perfect But Still a Lot of Fun
Alien: Covenant Review #2: Not Perfect But Still a Lot of Fun
Ridley Scott's Alien: Covenant may not be the movie fans were hoping for but its a big improvement over Prometheus.
Snatched Review: Amy Schumer & Goldie Hawn Deliver Big Laughs
Snatched Review: Amy Schumer & Goldie Hawn Deliver Big Laughs
Snatched is mostly silly and dumb but still funny enough to warrant a positive recommendation.
Alien Covenant Review: Deja Vu All Over Again
Alien Covenant Review: Deja Vu All Over Again
Alien Covenant offers nothing new. It is a standard rehash of the same story we've seen five times before.
Last Men in Aleppo Review: A Brutal Chronicle of War
Last Men in Aleppo Review: A Brutal Chronicle of War
Last Men in Aleppo documents the White Helmets, the first responders to Syrian dictator Bashar Al Assad's bombings.
The Dinner Review: The Most Excruciating Movie of 2017
The Dinner Review: The Most Excruciating Movie of 2017
The Dinner is an unpleasant film about appalling people, making it very hard to sit through.
Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Review #2: A-Holes Return with Heart to Spare
Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Review #2: A-Holes Return with Heart to Spare
A family of intergalactic miscreants face their greatest challenge ever in the action-packed, hilarious and heartfelt Guardians of the Galaxy 2.
The Circle Review: A Sledgehammer Satire of Social Media
The Circle Review: A Sledgehammer Satire of Social Media
Emma Watson and Tom Hanks fall flat in The Circle, a dull exercise in the evils of Big Brother.
Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Review: A Roaring Pop-Fueled Ride
Guardians of the Galaxy 2 Review: A Roaring Pop-Fueled Ride
Star-Lord and his team return in the emotionally charged, 80s influenced space adventure Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
The Promise Review: Oscar Isaac and Christian Bale Take on Armenian Genocide
The Promise Review: Oscar Isaac and Christian Bale Take on Armenian Genocide
The Promise is an imperfect but extremely important historical reckoning, with Oscar Isaac delivering a powerhouse performance.
Free Fire Review: Brie Larson & Armie Hammer Get Down and Dirty
Free Fire Review: Brie Larson & Armie Hammer Get Down and Dirty
The Mexican Standoff is taken to absurd new levels in the bullet riddled action thriller Free Fire.
Lost City of Z Review: Charlie Hunnam Journeys Into the Heart of Darkness
Lost City of Z Review: Charlie Hunnam Journeys Into the Heart of Darkness
The Lost City of Z is a moody, insightful portrayal of Percy Fawcett, a man beckoned to the harsh Amazon jungle.
Fate of the Furious Review: Insane, Unbelievable & Just Plain Awesome
Fate of the Furious Review: Insane, Unbelievable & Just Plain Awesome
The Fate of the Furious is bigger, faster, stronger and takes the franchise to ridiculous new heights.
Mayhem Review: Bloodsoaked B-Movie Madness
Mayhem Review: Bloodsoaked B-Movie Madness
Director Joe Lynch brings buckets of blood and constant energy to a semi-familiar but well-executed situation in his latest thriller Mayhem.
Smurfs: The Lost Village Review: Welcome to Smurfette's Existential Crisis
Smurfs: The Lost Village Review: Welcome to Smurfette's Existential Crisis
While Smurfs: The Lost Village may put a smile on kids' faces, the parents probably won't enjoy it much.
Teen Titans: Judas Contract Review: A Fast, Fun DC Animated Movie
Teen Titans: Judas Contract Review: A Fast, Fun DC Animated Movie
Nightwing and Starfire heat up as the young heroes face an insidious threat from Deathstroke and the H.I.V.E. in Teen Titans: Judas Contract.
Gifted Review: Chris Evans Trades His Shield for Syrupy Melodrama
Gifted Review: Chris Evans Trades His Shield for Syrupy Melodrama
Gifted has moments of genuine feeling that get lost in an uneven narrative.
Colossal Review: Anne Hathaway's Giant Monster Movie Is A Blast
Colossal Review: Anne Hathaway's Giant Monster Movie Is A Blast
Director Nacho Vigalondo delivers a unique spin on the Kaiju genre, and it's fantastic.
Ghost in the Shell Review: Visually Astonishing, But Not Much Else
Ghost in the Shell Review: Visually Astonishing, But Not Much Else
Ghost in the Shell is so engrossing on a visual level that the lame narrative may not be a deal breaker.
Zookeeper's Wife: Jessica Chastain Shines as a Holocaust Hero
Zookeeper's Wife: Jessica Chastain Shines as a Holocaust Hero
The Zookeeper's Wife explores the remarkable true story behind a Polish couple's courage during World War II.
CHiPs Review: A Fun Ride Full of Nudity, Violence and Big Laughs
CHiPs Review: A Fun Ride Full of Nudity, Violence and Big Laughs
Dax Shepard and Michael Pena bring the stale buddy cop genre back to life in the hilarious action-comedy CHiPs.

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