Hell on the Border tells the story of Bass Reeves (David Gyasi), a black U.S. Deputy Marshal in post Civil War Arkansas.
The Aeronauts aims high, but falls flat in fantasy account of Victorian meteorologist's ascent, starring Eddie Redmayne and
Director Sam Mendes and cinematographer Roger Deakins deliver the best film of the year with their World War One epic 1917.
Rian Johnson's stellar cast plunges into a mystery that would make Agatha Christie swoon in Knives Out.
Queen & Slim is an unabashed black love story that directly addresses racism in law enforcement.
The body count is high, but the story is laughably predictable in Chadwick Boseman's 21 Bridges.
Frozen 2 is a darker journey with mature themes and amazing visuals.
Tom Hanks is wonderful as the iconic Fred Rogers in a powerfully dramatic tale of forgiveness.
Kristen Stewart, Naomi Scott, & Ella Balinska lack chemistry in #MeToo era Charlie's Angels.
A good lead performance from Anna Kendrick isn't quite enough to save the second Disney+ original movie from being a snoozer.
James Mangold assembles Matt Damon and Christian Bale in an all-star cast to adapt the epic 1966, 24 Hours of Le Mans auto race in Ford v Ferrari.
Lady and the Tramp is a heartwarming family film that will delight children and parents November 12th on Disney+.
Blockbuster visual effects can't save Roland Emmerich's clunky Midway this Veteran's Day.
An adult Danny Torrance faces a group of evil immortals in Stephen King's sequel to The Shining.
Edward Norton has a fine lead performance, but unfortunately misses again as a director with Motherless Brooklyn.
Linda Hamilton returns as Sarah Connor alongside Arnold Schwarzenegger's T-800 Carl in a retread of Terminator 2: Judgment Day with the new sci-action sequel Terminator: Dark Fate.
A conflicted soldier watches as his platoon murders civilians in Afghanistan.
The long delayed adaptation of Thomas Edison vs. George Westinghouse is finally in theaters and it's not as electrically charged as hoped.
Robert Pattinson and Willem Dafoe astonish in director Robert Eggers period psychological thriller.