This Conjuring spin-off prequel not only surpasses expectations, but breathes new life into the paranormal subgenre.
Stephen King’s magnum opus finally reaches the silver screen, albeit in a mutilated form, and doesn’t fare too well.
More tedious than exciting, this Charlize Theron-led action vehicle is gross and unfulfilling.
(But it’s still not very good.)
Spiderman 6 resets the clock, providing a younger face and (somehow) a fresh story.
It’s clear that an experienced technician is behind the wheel in Baby Driver, both on-screen and off.
Real-life romance hits the big screen in one of the funniest and most affecting films in recent memory.
While the #haters will claim Transformers: The Last Knight as the worst movie of all time, it’s really not that bad. It’s not very good, but it’s not that bad.
Last year, 47 Meters Down was going to be released straight-to-DVD. It should have stayed there.
Confusing choices and a problematic premise bog down what had all the markings to be a funny and potentially groundbreaking comedy.