Clocking in at a brain numbing two hours and fifty-minutes, It Chapter Two loses focus.
American Experience filmmaker Stanley Nelson's retrospective of the music and pop culture icon, Miles Davis.
The killer spider movie Itsy Bitsy is well-acted, entertaining, and not as cheesy as you might expect.
Strong performances from David Oyelowo and Storm Reid can't save the time-traveling murder mystery Don't Let Go.
Official Secrets is the true story of Katherine Gun, a British intelligence analyst who tried to stop the Iraq War.
The third installment in the Fallen franchise overcomes a weak plot with explosive action scenes.
Gerard Butler returns as Mike Banning in the surprising Angel Has Fallen, which breaks the series mold.
Wealthy in-laws hunt a young bride in Fox Searchlight's macabre black comedy Ready or Not, starring Samara Weaving.
ZZ Top: That Little Ol' Band from Texas tells their story through interviews, archival footage, and animated recreations.
Three sixth-graders on a quest to kiss girls experience major complications in Good Boys.
A British teen (Viveik Kalra) of Pakistani descent is uplifted by the working-class anthems of Bruce Springsteen in Blinded by the Light.
The Angry Birds Movie 2 is incredibly dumb at times, but you'll laugh consistently throughout.
Isabela Moner captures Dora's cheerful optimism and adventurous spirit in Dora and the Lost City of Gold.
Ira Steven Behr, the DS9 showrunner, delivers a brilliant retrospective, and fantasy look at a thrilling new season in What We Left Behind.
Diane Kruger infiltrates Iran's nuclear weapons program in a stark, but oddly uncompelling spy flick.
trying to be ridiculous and over-the-top, The Velocipastor ultimately forgets the most important element that made Sharknado such a huge hit.
An outlaw and social worker take a Down syndrome runaway on a heartwarming adventure in The Peanut Butter Falcon.