Thor returns in another direct comedy, Love and Thunder, but it's another listless and hollow superhero effort from Marvel.
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Clever, tense, and persistently thrilling, Crawl is better than it has any right to be considering the killer 'gator premise.
While still imperfect and slow, Star Trek: The Motion Picture remains a captivating sci-fi story built on superb characterization.
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A clever twist on both war and sci-fi, Edge of Tomorrow still looks spectacular amid a brainy, entertaining concept.
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A tremendous dud, Morbius' failure is the internet's gain, providing potential memes for years.
While successful in mood and style, The Batman's stuffy, overwrought runtime doesn't feel necessary or useful to this unique take on the character.
Even beyond the ludicrous premise, Moonfall's conspiratorial nonsense doesn't even deserve the two hours needed to appreciate the disaster movie destruction.
Insipid, obvious, and frustratingly angst-filled, Matrix Resurrections whiffs when trying to make a point about the studio system and the current run of franchise filmmaking.
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