Come for the addictive allure of 1980s-era nostalgia, stay for the harrowing 3rd Act that will leave you gasping in Summer of 84.
The Workaholics gang fails to live up to the wild heights of Game Over, Man with their latest comedy offering The Package.
The King of Creepypasta finally gets his moment in the sun with Sony's Slender Man, a PG-13 rated horror movie that delivers creepy ambiance aplenty.
Crazy Rich Asians sets a high bar in the romcom genre and arrives as a truly outstanding late summer movie.
Slender Man doesn't have much to offer in the horror department and isn't very scary as a movie.
What can I say about the prehistoric, giant shark-themed horror movie, The Meg? I'll give you a hint: 2 words; sounds like extinct.
The Meg slickly gets its big bad shark on while staying firmly in the PG-13 sphere. Jason Statham proves he can also fight giant fish.
Disney's Christopher Robin is unlike any of the recent live-action fairy tales they've released recently.
The lovable characters from the 100 acre wood are back and as endearing as ever in Disney's Christopher Robin.
The Darkest Minds is a very disjointed tale of teens fighting an oppressive regime and it's downright boring.
Horror anthology Blood Clots, starring Silence of the Lambs' Brooke Smith, hemorrhages on VOD this August.
Tom Cruise pulls out all the stops in the action packed sixth chapter in his MIssion: Impossible saga.
Spike Lee delivers a distinct cinema experience with BlacKkKlansman that is provocative and thoughtful.
Teen Titans Go to the Movies is a refreshing change of pace from the TV show and should please fans.
Superman's personal life takes center stage in Death of Superman, fantastic adaptation of the classic comic series.
The original Mamma Mia cast returns for a sequel that far surpasses what came before it.
Boots Riley turns from music to the big screen, giving audiences one of the most audacious directorial debuts in history.
Director Chistopher McQuarrie delivers action greatness with Mission Impossible 6, blowing audiences out of their chairs.
Dwayne Johnson achieves the action trifecta as Skyscraper delivers one huge summer popcorn spectacle.
Ant-Man 2 Proves to be a great sequel, and is much better than the mediocre original.
Ant-Man 2 turns out to be a breath of fresh air following the staggering bleakness of Infinity War.
Moe Berg was a Boston Red Sox catcher who became a spy during World War II, but Catcher Was a Spy does not do him justice.
Sicario 2 manages to turn what seemed like a one-off into an excellent and unlikely franchise.
The tale of a filmmaker who gave zero f's, pushed the boundaries of cinema, and created some classic movies that are here to stay.
Superfly is a misogynistic, long-form rap music video that glorifies racial and ethnic stereotypes.
Disney and Pixar do not disappoint after a fourteen year absence. Incredibles 2 is top notch family entertainment.
A historic art heist gets a masterful film adaptation in American Animals.
Director Drew Pearce, with the help of a stellar cast, has crafted a super cool ride with Hotel Artemis.
Fans of Steven Soderbergh's Ocean's trilogy will embrace the girl powered remake. It is the Mimosa of the summer box office.
The fifth installment of the Jurassic Park series injects much needed terror into the dinosaur franchise.
A24 and director Ari Aster deliver a horror experience like nothing else you'll find this year with Hereditary.
Shailene Woodley's sea tragedy Adrift plays out like a Nicholas Sparks young adult romance, and that's no fun.
Leigh Whannell delivers his best film since Saw with the sci-fi, horror, action knockout Upgrade.
Solo: A Star Wars Story is a summer, sci-fi popcorn flick loaded with big action, but it all feels too commercial.
Everything salacious from the first Deadpool is pretty much injected with steroids in the go for broke sequel, Deadpool 2.
Ryan Reynolds returns in Deadpool 2 to bring us a totally satisfying, near-perfect sequel.
Life of the Party unfortunately fails to live up to the bar of Melissa McCarhy's previous movies.
Terminal is worth watching for anyone that either loves Margot Robbie or just can't get enough weird film noir.
Melissa McCarthy goes back to school with heart and humor in the new comedy Life of the Party, in theaters this weekend.