Escape from Pretoria builds palpable tension. Daniel Radcliffe continues to make daring acting choices.
The Way Back is not another tired rehash of a Caucasian coach inspiring minority kids to athletic glory.
Onward, featuring the voices of Chris Pratt and Tom Holland, treads into somber territory, but dazzles with its magical plot.
Based on Mark Millar's limited comic series, Superman: Red Son changes the fundamental lore of fictional icons.
Director/writer Leigh Whannell takes the classic horror film and novel in a completely different direction.
Tye Sheridan and Ana de Armas are compelling, but The Night Clerk falls easily apart.
Every critter and setting in Harrison Ford's new advengture movie is lamentably fake, making Call of the Wild completely unconvincing.
Ignore the negative reaction to the trailer. Sonic the Hedgehog is a terrific family film.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Will Ferrell need to be unleashed. Downhill muzzles its great comedy leads.
Harley Quinn and Black Mask are fantastic adversaries in the paper thin Birds of Prey.
A raw and gritty lead performance from Blake Lively can't overcome The Rhythm Section's sluggish pacing.
Guy Ritchie's return to the British gangster genre has memorable characters, but a meandering plot.
Belgian filmmakers Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah infuse a darker tone to the action franchise with the return of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in Bad Boys 3.
Robert Downey Jr. and the celebrity CGI voices are funnier than expected in Dolittle.
Like A Boss would have been unwatchable with lesser talent. The actresses light up the screen with great humor.
If you liked Cats the musical, you will like the film, the scathing reviews are just bullies piling on.
A rousing finale to the Jedi versus Sith conflict, The Rise of Skywalker wants satisfaction for all.
Bombshell is the story of Fox News CEO, Roger Ailes, epic downfall during the presidential election of 2016.