Strikingly funny and even more strikingly political, The Suicide Squad is an imperfect gem in the superhero pantheon.
A satisfying finish and entertaining adaptation for Batman's The Long Halloween in this second and final entry of two parts.
DC's Golden Age characters receive the spotlight in the epic time-travel adventure Justice Society that sees the heroes battling Nazis and more dangerous threats.
Even in superhero movie logic, Wonder Woman 1984 shows little common sense and it's burdened by an enlarged runtime that doesn't feel necessary.
Soul of the Dragon is a groovy retro martial arts spectacular that just so happens to feature Batman as a supporting character in the '70s.
An overwritten, overlong message film that ignores its hypocrisy to a smug degree, Wonder Woman 1984 collapses on itself.
The interactive storytelling isn't always great but Jason Todd fans should enjoy exploring his possible fates in several different timelines connected to Batman: Under The Red Hood.
Introducing a younger Superman making his way in Metropolis, Man of Tomorrow is a fresh origin story highlighted by crisp action and a compelling story.
Deathstroke's first solo movie earns its R-rating with visceral and bloody action, exploring the internal conflict in the killer as he attempts to save his son.
A well-crafted spy thriller set in the turbulent world of 1960s London, Batman's butler Alfred Pennyworth gets his own origin story.
Birds of Prey focuses on remaking Harley Quinn, but in doing so, ignores the more interesting and nuanced characters around her.
Superman: Red Son is a smart, if twisted, Elseworlds tale of Superman being raised in Soviet Russia during the Cold War.