The Death of Superman concludes with four new heroes vying to be the Man of Steel.
The Horde strikes again, but Mr. Glass and the poncho'd Overseer fall flat in M. Night Shyamalan's sequel to Unbreakable and Split.
Keanu Reeves plays mad scientist in a hilariously weird thriller about cloning dead people in Replicas.
Director Robert Zemeckis and star Steve Carell have managed to make an epic disaster with Welcome to Marwen.
Bumblebee is a thoroughly enjoyable experience that brings a fresh start to the Transformers franchise.
Aquaman stands above nearly every other DC superhero on the big screen in his first solo outing.
While the plot of Mary Poppins Returns doesn't have much appeal, the incredible musical numbers are worth it.
Bumblebee reinvigorates the Transformers franchise, coming as a complete departure from Michael Bay's movies.
Vice is wickedly funny and satirical with tour de force acting performances from the all-star cast
Bird Box is creepy as hell and well-acted, but takes a tremendous suspension of disbelief.
While Mortal Engines is visually gorgeous, the narrative feels inept, poorly written, and overly convenient.
Despite a great build-up, Clint Eastwood's The Mule ends up being quite mediocre.
Aquaman offers zero surprises, but entertains with epic action scenes and Jason Momoa's charisma.
Disney has a new classic with Mary Poppins Returns, which will be just as beloved as the original.
Once Upon a Deadpool finally answers the question of whether the franchise works as a PG-13, and the answer is no.
Mortal Engines unloads a torrent of information while literally grinding along to ear splitting clanking.
Deadpool 2 is retold like The Princess Bride to a captive Fred Savage, and fans are going to love the new post credits scenes.
As far as these things go, Leprechaun Returns is a surprisingly solid reboot showcasing lots of love for the horror genre as a whole.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse doesn't have a dull second as it explodes with vibrancy.