The new adventure with Star Lord and the gang gets the job done, providing steady laughs and a deeper emotional core.
Sloppy writing hamstrings an all-star cast, reducing a mid-tier Black Mirror episode to a lower-tier Black Mirror episode.
James Gray’s classy jungle adventure owes more to David Lean than to Werner Herzog.
Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Reynolds can’t breathe life (heh) into a rote genre exercise and Alien clone that will probably still make its money back.
Julia Ducournau’s audacious feature length debut stuns, blending vampiric hedonism, junkie freak outs, the struggles of being a genius in a room full of slackers, and freshman year hazing into a impeccably shot parable to self-control.
Disney keeps its live-action train rolling with another enchanting adaptation.
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It’s not Ape-ocalypse Now, but there’s some fun to be had.
If it’s the last ride for Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine, it’s also the best film of the entire franchise.
With horrors both real and metaphorical, Jordan Peele’s directorial debut is a Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner from hell.
Ready for a thought experiment? Let’s award 25 years of a category that doesn’t exist, but should.