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.
Cars 3 comfortably crosses the finish line, but not in record speed.
Sparks fly and backfire in this story about infidelity to infidelity, starring Debra Winger and Tracy Letts.
This sci-fi tech dystopia starring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks is trying to do too much, and accomplishes nothing at all.
Or: How to make a 20-year quest to find a lost Amazonian civilization exciting.
Robots and Kaijus are far from the most interesting part of this genre-bending film starring Anne Hathaway and Jason Sudeikis.
This King Kong reboot is sure to be a crowd pleaser, even if it is more emotionally hollow than the ground at Skull Island.
Hugh Jackman reprises his X-Men role for the final time in true Western style. However, no amount of grittiness can save this movie from its own lack of focus.
Jordan Peele’s debut feature mixes horror, comedy and commentary in a way that only the Key & Peele alum can.