Joel's comic mishaps throughout Love and Monsters prove wildly entertaining, but it's the central theme that makes this genre mashup work.
While overburdened with schmaltz and coated nostalgic, Cinema Paradiso finds new meaning amid a changing movie marketplace.
Disturbing "mind" horror from David Cronenberg's son Brandon, Possessor explores identity issues with graphic violence and a sci-fi twist.
A comedy horror masterpiece, Tremors' creative streak is ceaseless, even when leaning on familiar tropes.
Killing Them Loudly There’s a morally reprehensible angle to Vigilante. Not only this film, but others of its brethren too, although Vigilante acts with a forthrightness. Fred Williamson exits …
Inventive in execution, Tenet tells a classic story filled with familiar themes, but visually dressing them in wild sci-fi theories.
Total Recall sells a wild, space-faring fantasy, but makes its star almost secondary to the heroics as he saves the world.
Unique in its near future apocalypse, Mad Max takes to the road for a revenge tale, filled with violence and character.
Mulan doesn't need the historical setting to work and the animation itself realizes as much, but it's a capable story of cultural bravery.
Blade's smart approach to vampires uses engaging martial arts and splashy visual effects to show an allegory about race and generational division.
Battle of the Five Armies finds purpose and settles storylines amid a gargantuan battle, plus offers a reasonable runtime.
The Hobbit begins with An Unexpected Journey that's too often expected and too long, if still enjoyable fantasy fare.