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.
The unique animation and the brilliantly original narrative all make Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse a breath of fresh air.
Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone engage in a cutthroat struggle for power in the period comedy The Favourite.
Style never trumps substance, no matter how earnest the delivery and because of that, Vox Lux becomes a chore to sit through.
English period costume drama is rarely this entertaining, but Mary Queen of Scots is a true crowd pleaser.
Andy Serkis delivers on his darker retelling of The Jungle Book in the Netflix original movie Mowgli.
The true story of Donald Crowhurst, who attempted to navigate the globe single-handedly, is told brilliantly in The Mercy.
Hugh Jackman stars in The Front Runner, a surprisingly shallow account of failed presidential candidate, Gary Hart.
Starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali, Green Book is a story of friendship and understanding in a time of racial oppression.
Fantastic Beasts 2 has an incoherent plot and gaudy special effects, turning J.K. Rowling's vision into a blur.
Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope return in a brilliantly satirical online adventure in Ralph Breaks the Internet.
Instant Family is a testament to the people who care for orphan children, with Mark Walhberg and Rose Byrne turning in worthy performances.
The Oscar winning director of Gravity and Children of Men returns with a period tale of a Mexico City family in the award-worthy Roma.
Director Steve McQueen and co-writer Gillian Flynn deliver a superb film with their new crime thriller, Widows.
The Grinch makes an effort to show the value of simple kindness proving there's a lot of heart in this grouch.
Chris Pine swaps his phaser for a sword as Scottish King, Robert the Bruce in the Netflix original movie Outlaw King.
Director Fede Alvarez and star Claire Foy have delivered a very different take on the Dragon Tattoo franchise with The Girl in the Spider's Web.