Belgian filmmakers Adil El Arbi and Bilall Fallah infuse a darker tone to the action franchise with the return of Will Smith and Martin Lawrence in Bad Boys 3.
Robert Downey Jr. and the celebrity CGI voices are funnier than expected in Dolittle.
Like A Boss would have been unwatchable with lesser talent. The actresses light up the screen with great humor.
If you liked Cats the musical, you will like the film, the scathing reviews are just bullies piling on.
The Safdie brothers have crafted a remarkably tense and often very funny movie with Adam Sandler's Uncut Gems.
A rousing finale to the Jedi versus Sith conflict, The Rise of Skywalker wants satisfaction for all.
Bombshell is the story of Fox News CEO, Roger Ailes, epic downfall during the presidential election of 2016.
Jen and Sylvia Soska's Rabid serves as a love letter to the original and is a rather enjoyable horror movie remake.
New characters and an avatar palooza deliver big laughs in Jumanji: The Next Level.
Hell on the Border tells the story of Bass Reeves (David Gyasi), a black U.S. Deputy Marshal in post Civil War Arkansas.
The Aeronauts aims high, but falls flat in fantasy account of Victorian meteorologist's ascent, starring Eddie Redmayne and
Director Sam Mendes and cinematographer Roger Deakins deliver the best film of the year with their World War One epic 1917.
Rian Johnson's stellar cast plunges into a mystery that would make Agatha Christie swoon in Knives Out.
A cab driver is caught in an endless time loop in the Hitchcockian thriller The Fare, and watching it makes for a fun ride.
Queen & Slim is an unabashed black love story that directly addresses racism in law enforcement.
The body count is high, but the story is laughably predictable in Chadwick Boseman's 21 Bridges.
Frozen 2 is a darker journey with mature themes and amazing visuals.
Animal Among Us is best described as Friday the 13th meets Dog Soldiers and is not your typical Bigfoot movie.