Explaining where each MCU Phase 4 movie and TV show lands in the Marvel timeline.
Marvel's victory at the box office with Avengers: Endgame may be quite short-lived in the long run.
There is only one actual live shot in The Lion King but it's not being considered an animated movie.
The movie delivers almost beat for beat the original The Lion King, but disappointingly doesn't go much further.
Toy Story 4 is in theaters now and it will be the last time we see Woody, Buzz and the gang on the big screen.
Rocketman plays every card it possibly can in just the right ways. as it pays tribute to music icon Elton John with a standout performance from Taron Egerton.
Netflix's latest movie Booksmart has the potential to define the current teenage population for years to come.
Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson in The Hustle are bounds away from being a great comedy, but it's still a fun one.
Detective Pikachu starts out as a mediocre movie but ends up ultimately saving the best for last.
Uglydolls lacks originality and is filled with bland, one-note characters.
Avengers: Endgame arrives to answer most of the questions fans have had over the past year.
The saving grace of Breakthrough comes in the form of its star Chrissy Metz, who gives an absolutely stunning performance.
The latest addition to The Conjuring Universe is nothing special.
From Man of Steel to Shazam, the DC Extended Universe has had its fair shares of ups and downs.
Taraji P. Henson and Sam Rockwell star in the dramatic true story The Best of Enemies.
Shazam has the future of the DCEU looking a whole lot brighter.
Marvel Studios treats Carol Danvers like a mediocre superhero movie from the beginning of the decade in Captain Marvel.