It boggles the mind that a well-regarded source novel, fantastic cast, and veteran production team ended up with the disaster that is The Snowman.
Only the Brave tells the amazing story of the Granite Mountain Hotshots, which is as pertinent today as it was in 2013.
The Foreigner is a smart, engaging action thriller with Jackie Chan going dark and deadly.
In 1941, Eleanor Strubing (Kate Hudson) accused her black driver of rape and attempted murder. Thurgood Marshall was sent to investigate.
Vince Vaughn delivers a powerful, career-best performance as a former boxer who risks life and limb to save his family in Brawl in Cell Block 99.
Blade Runner 2049 is a towering sequel, but doesn't quite reach the lofty peak of masterpiece status.
Fox Searchlight Pictures has a behemoth contender come award season. Battle of the Sexes will be a major player in the acting, directing, and screenwriting categories.
Idris Elba and Kate Winslet are able to elevate The Mountain Between Us with gripping performances and a sweet romance.
The real-life origin story of Wonder Woman is beautifully explored in Director Angela Robinson's comic book biopic.
American Made reunites Tom Cruise and director Doug Liman for a breezy quasi-true story of arms and drug trafficking in the early 80s.
First time director Jeremy Rush crafts one of the more stylish action movies of 2017 with Wheelman.
Anna and the Apocalypse proves to be just as much fun as it sounds arriving as the first ever Christmas zombie high school musical.
Director Joachim Trier delivers an indie movie that deals with X-Men like superpowers in a way you'd never expect in Thelma.
Kids will be dazzled by the crazy animation in LEGO Ninjago Movie, while enjoying the humor side-by-side with their parents.
Matthew Vaughn delivers a rousing follow up to his surprise 2015 hit Kingsman with the sequel The Golden Circle.
Maze Runner star Dylan O'Brien transforms into Vince Flynn's uncompromising killer in the fast-paced American Assassin.
Darren Aronofsky's Mother! has the feel of a horror film, but plays out like a mystery with deep philosophical undertones.
Director Andy Muschietti's new big screen adaptation of Stephen King's It promotes Pennywise from carnival showman to big top ringmaster.
Fans of Stephen King's IT novel and 90's miniseries will be just as delighted as the neophytes.