Matt Damon is back and hasn't forgotten how to beat bad guys to a pulp in Director Paul Greengrass' Jason Bourne.
After nearly a decade off the grid, Jason Bourne returns to set the bar very high for the rest of this year's action movies.
Warner Bros. Animation comes up woefully short in their R-rated adaptation of Alan Moore and Brian Bolland's classic comic Batman: The Killing Joke.
Star Trek Beyond is a popcorn, big-budget, summer FX film. It will entertain the majority, but leave Trekkies nostalgic.
Director David F. Sandberg brings his terrifying short film to life on the big screen in innovative ways in Lights Out.
Director David F. Sandberg's feature debut Lights Out is scary, fun and all around very good.
Bryan Cranston channels the good guy version of Walter White in The Infiltrator, a tense, 80s drug cartel crime drama.
Ghostbusters isn't remotely on par with the original, but by no means a terrible film. Chris Hemsworth steals the film completely.
While a bit messy, the new Ghostbusters proves to be a scary blast of summer fun that must be seen in the 3D format to truly appreciate.
Kristen Stewart and Nicholas Hoult star in Equals, a compelling indie love story set in the future.
Zac Efron continues his run of R-rated comedies in the by the numbers, but still very good, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates.
Alexander Skarsgard and Margot Robbie bring Tarzan and Jane to life for the billionth time in Legend of Tarzan, proving it's time to let this franchise die.
The Purge: Election Year is a gruesomely violent, wall-to-wall action horror flick that is owned by Frank Grillo.
Steven Spielberg's adaptation of Roald Dahl's classic The BFG is at times unwieldy, but still has a lot of heart.
Free State of Jones arrives with a heavy handed approach but offers a mountain of substance and good intentions.
Blake Lively gets to fight a shark and sit on a rock in her latest movie The Shallows, in theaters this weekend.
The Neon Demon is both enthralling and disgusting, with Nicolas Winding Refn turning in one of the most visceral film experiences of the year.
Danish director Nicolas Winding Refn has returned with one of the most challenging movies of the year in The Neon Demon.
With Finding Dory, Pixar has created an incredibly imaginative sequel with just the right amount of humor and heart.
Director Duncan Jones brings the big, fantastical world of Warcraft to the big screen in a truly amazing fashion.
Fans of the game and fantasy genre will definitely like Warcraft, which is an entertaining and immersive grand scale epic.
Director James Wan doesn't disappoint as he returns to the haunted world of real-life paranormal investigators The Warrens in The Conjuring 2.
The heroes in a half shell finally get a worthy movie with Out of the Shadows. It captures the spirit of the 80s cartoon and comic books.
Andy Samberg reunites with his Lonely Island cohorts Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone to turn the music industry on its ear in Popstar.
Adam Sandler's latest Netflix exclusive movie The Do-Over is more of what we've come to expect from the comedian as of late.
Alice Through the Looking Glass proves to be a yawn-inducing sequel that drags like a rake through sand.
Teen Lust takes the teen sex comedy to the next level, delivering one of the most hilarious, unique and exciting films in the genre.
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising is a dismal sequel that proves Seth Rogen's act is getting old.
Shane Black brings together an excellent duo in The Nice Guys, a 70's action comedy that delivers heavy on both fronts.
Money Monster points a damning finger at the financial tycoons and media apparatus that enable billion dollar swindles.
X-Men: Apocalypse is incredibly entertaining, yet fails to reach the lofty heights set by Captain America: Civil War.
Marvel's greatest heroes become divided against each other in the thrilling Phase 3 adventure Captain America: Civil War.
Captain America v Iron Man succeeds where Batman v Superman utterly failed.
Keanu swings from riotously funny to oddly dull in stretches, though it helps that the kitten is disgustingly cute.
The ludicrous plot and poor direction are issues, but there's entertainment value racking up a bloody body count.
Disney's The Jungle Book is a true cinematic experience that will dazzle both children and adults alike.
Hardcore Henry is seen from the first person perspective, an interesting gimmick if the experience wasn't so jarring.
Star Wars Rebels Season 2 comes to a thundering climax with a showdown between Darth Vader and Ahsoka Tano.
Director Richard Linklater returns to form with another lighthearted, supremely enjoyable tale of youth in Everybody Wants Some.
The Central City Speedster and The Girl of Steel are a winning formula in the best episode of Supergirl to happen in Season 1.