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.
Director Gore Verbinski returns to the horror genre for the crazy new thriller A Cure For Wellness.
Director Chad Stahelski and Keanu Reeves are back for John Wick: Chapter 2, the rare sequel that doesn't skip a beat and matches its predecessor.
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.
Genre icon Doug Jones can't rescue The Bye Bye Man from being a truly terrible horror movie with more unintentional laughs than scares.
African-American women were critical to NASA's success and Hidden Figures is their long overdue story.
First time director Garth Davis tells an emotional, affective and incredible real-life story in perfect fashion with Lion.
The immeasurably brave heroes who helped bring the Boston Marathon bombers to justice are put on display in the powerful Patriots Day.
Michael Fassbender, Jeremy Irons and Marion Cotillard can't save Assassin's Creed, proving video game movies still suck.
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.
Jessica Chastain headlines an all-star cast in MIss Sloane, a timely political thriller that delivers big on talent but not much else.
Director Nathaniel Atcheson's latest sci-fi/thriller Domain has a very interesting idea to explore but loses something in the execution.
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.
M. Night Shyamalan further revitalizes his career by going for big thrills on a small scale in the new thriller Split.
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.
Filmmaker Jim Jarmusch illustrates the poetic nature of even the most mundane of lives in the spellbinding Paterson.
Newt Scamander does not have the charm or gravitas of Harry Potter, but Fantastic Beasts still proves to be an enthralling experience.
Director Mike Mills delivers 2016's most satisfying blend of true-life drama and comedy with the help of a pitch-perfect cast in 20th Century Women.
Robert De Niro stars as an aging comedy legend trying to get back on his feet in the admirable but slightly uneven The Comedian.
Director Tim Sutton's drama inspired by the Aurora, Colorado theater shootings is a beautifully-shot film devoid of any cohesive story.
A story about courage and perseverance against impossible odds, Miles Teller delivers a powerhouse performance in Bleed For This.
Amy Adams gets linguistic with a group of aliens in Arrival, an immediate Best Picture contender as awards season heats up.
A24's latest horror movie The Monster will scratch the itch for those looking for a scary movie with substance.
Director Denis Villenueve has made the anti-Independence Day with Arrival. Amy Adams delivers a bravura performance.
Director Mel Gibson and Andrew Garfield both deserve Oscars for their enthralling true-life war drama Hacksaw Ridge.
Marvel Studios raises its own bar with Doctor Strange, a rousing adventure with stunning visual effects and a perfect Benedict Cumberbatch.
Ron Howard's Inferno is an entirely illogical thriller that at no point managed to hold my interest, the worst of the Da Vinci Code sequels.
In a Valley of Violence is steeped in classic archetypes, with fantastic performances from Taissa Farmiga and John Travolta.
Ben Affleck's gun-toting CPA is painfully boring in The Accountant, lugging through a labyrinthine plot that is too obvious.
From Director Park Chan-wook, The Handmaiden is a sumptuously artistic tale, exquisitely shot, that will leave you breathless.