Alien Covenant offers nothing new. It is a standard rehash of the same story we've seen five times before.
Last Men in Aleppo documents the White Helmets, the first responders to Syrian dictator Bashar Al Assad's bombings.
The Dinner is an unpleasant film about appalling people, making it very hard to sit through.
A family of intergalactic miscreants face their greatest challenge ever in the action-packed, hilarious and heartfelt Guardians of the Galaxy 2.
Emma Watson and Tom Hanks fall flat in The Circle, a dull exercise in the evils of Big Brother.
Star-Lord and his team return in the emotionally charged, 80s influenced space adventure Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.
The Promise is an imperfect but extremely important historical reckoning, with Oscar Isaac delivering a powerhouse performance.
The Mexican Standoff is taken to absurd new levels in the bullet riddled action thriller Free Fire.
The Lost City of Z is a moody, insightful portrayal of Percy Fawcett, a man beckoned to the harsh Amazon jungle.
The Fate of the Furious is bigger, faster, stronger and takes the franchise to ridiculous new heights.
Director Joe Lynch brings buckets of blood and constant energy to a semi-familiar but well-executed situation in his latest thriller Mayhem.
While Smurfs: The Lost Village may put a smile on kids' faces, the parents probably won't enjoy it much.
Nightwing and Starfire heat up as the young heroes face an insidious threat from Deathstroke and the H.I.V.E. in Teen Titans: Judas Contract.
Gifted has moments of genuine feeling that get lost in an uneven narrative.
Director Nacho Vigalondo delivers a unique spin on the Kaiju genre, and it's fantastic.
Ghost in the Shell is so engrossing on a visual level that the lame narrative may not be a deal breaker.
The Zookeeper's Wife explores the remarkable true story behind a Polish couple's courage during World War II.
Dax Shepard and Michael Pena bring the stale buddy cop genre back to life in the hilarious action-comedy CHiPs.
Fans of the original Power Rangers will find the new movie both exciting and appropriately goofy.
Director Daniel Espinosa's sci-fi thriller Life serves as a heavy yet entertaining tribute to Alien.
Kumail Nanjiani and his wife Emily Gordon tell their real life true story in this deep, touching and absolutely hilarious comedy that could be an awards season contender.
Bill Nye: Science Guy is an enlightening and heartfelt documentary gives some amazing insight into the pop culture icon.
Free Fire takes a bunch of good-looking people, drops them in a room with guns and turns up the violent fun.
Director Josh Greenbaum's documentary Becoming Bond brings us the insane true story of how George Lazenby landed the role of 007.
Danny Boyle recaptures lightning in a bottle with Trainspotting 2, which proves to be a wild ride from start to finish.
Director Marc Webber uses his real life experience and family to craft something incredibly impactful in Flesh and Blood.
Edgar Wright's Baby Driver delivers big action, laughs and may be his most complete movie yet.
Director Ridley Scott screens scenes from Alien: Covenant at SXSW, explaining how this is a true prequel to the original Alien.
Kong: Skull Island has a simplistic plot, but the intense monster action makes it a must see.
Fans of the classic cartoon will be very happy with this update. Beauty and the Beast is well made, but plays out exactly as expected.
Strange loners find friendship at a rather memorable wedding in Table 19.
Get Out is scary, laugh out loud funny, and an inspired satire of interracial relationships.
Hugh Jackman hangs up his claws as Wolverine, with Logan serving as the perfect swan song.
Logan is the anti-Deadpool, and plays out as the darkest movie in the entire X-Men franchise.
The Great Wall proves to be very entertaining and much more humorous than expected.
Though not a comedy, Fifty Shades Darker plays out in comical fashion with truly terrible dialogue.
Director Gore Verbinski returns to the horror genre for the crazy new thriller A Cure For Wellness.
Director Chad Stahelski and Keanu Reeves are back for John Wick: Chapter 2, the rare sequel that doesn't skip a beat and matches its predecessor.
The LEGO Batman Movie turns the vigilante persona of Bruce Wayne upside down in a very funny superhero movie for the whole family.