a perfect companion to “Daddy’s Home”, “mother!” is horrifying, grotesque and surprisingly funny.
While this iteration of Stephen King clown horror will always be plagued with “what-if” scenarios, the version that exists is great.
Steven Soderbergh’s “return” brings us a character-driven ensemble piece to remind us that he’s one of the best.
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.