Yes, it's forcing nostalgia, but Ghostbusters: Afterlife is careful to appreciate why that nostalgia exists in the first place.
A smart adaptation focused on clarifying entrenched sci-fi lore, Dune finally sees a film version worthy of its status.
Strikingly funny and even more strikingly political, The Suicide Squad is an imperfect gem in the superhero pantheon.
Thin and ludicrous, Mortal Kombat doesn't wait for anything to happen, instead brawling from the opening moments to distract from contextual faults.
Godzilla vs Kong is the worst possible outcome for the American depiction of a symbolic Japanese creation.
Desperate and trying patience, Coming 2 America's bright spots happen in the barbershop and nowhere else.
An overwritten, overlong message film that ignores its hypocrisy to a smug degree, Wonder Woman 1984 collapses on itself.
A promising demon thriller with real grit and convincing energy from Mexico, Belzebuth devolves into a hackneyed conflict with a CGI demon.
Exploring critic Pauline Kael through her own words, What She Said reveals a woman sure of her thoughts and who she was.
Underwater's potential goes unfounded in a grating story hunting less for thrills and monsters than any sort of character definition.
While familiar, safe, and even predictable in its method, Rise of Skywalker does what's needed to close a saga concerned with totalitarians and the families who fight back.
Midway is far too hollow and selective a film to depict such a critical point in World War II's Pacific front.