I Feel Pretty has a girl power message that is easily embraced, but doesn't make that lesson entertaining for long enough.
Midway's arcade classic Rampage gets a first rate adaptation from director Brad Peyton starring the always reliable The Rock.
Truth or Dare is a total letdown as producer Jason Blum delivers a Friday the 13th dud.
Borg vs. McEnroe perfectly captures the legendary players at the peak of their game and the epic Wimbledon showdown that followed.
Blockers is a super funny and raunchy comedy starring Leslie Mann and John Cena that turns out to be a bit smarter in its approach than expected.
As a petition is launched to get Meryl Streep in as Leia, we take a look at 5 other actresses who could replace Carrie Fisher in Star Wars 9.
Ready Player One is an Easter egg extravaganza that comes on like a two hour serving of Frosted Flakes with every toy in the box.
A Quiet Place takes its high concept and runs with it to absolute glory to become the first true sleeper blockbuster of the year.
Pacific Rim Uprising proves to be a lot more fun than the original with Star Wars legend John Boyega in the lead.
Steven Soderbergh's B-movie horror thriller Unsane is a murky exercise in guerrilla filmmaking.
Alicia Vikander reboots the Tomb Raider franchise with realism, but Lara Croft needs a better movie.
Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs is a stop-motion animated movie that dazzles with creativity, and could become a certified classic in the genre.
A scattershot narrative is saved by the hilarious supporting cast in the action comedy Gringo, in theaters this weekend.
Ava DuVernay's A Wrinkle in Time proves to be a sappy melodrama that is utterly devoid of any mystery or wonder.
Eli Roth and Bruce Willis get very violent with their Death Wish remake, but fail to elevate the material or take it anyplace new.
It's anyone's guess who will walk away with this year's biggest Oscars, but some artists seem more destined to win than others.
Annihilation is a slow crawl creep show with jolts good enough to send your popcorn airborne.
Red Sparrow earns its R-rating. It is easily the most graphic, sexually charged film we've seen from Jennifer Lawrence.
15:17 to Paris is a film about heroism played by the actual heroes, but director Clint Eastwood's retelling of their story falls woefully flat.
Ryan Coogler's Black Panther surpasses every expectation to become the first Marvel movie to transcend the comic genre.