Free Guy takes the crown of the best videogame movie because it understands and satirizes the culture.
Cruella is a cynical delight that overcomes a ridiculous premise by nailing its tone from the outset to make a villain an actual hero.
A sensational, smart comic book story, Unbreakable is better now than on release.
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A routine espionage thriller reveals its theme too late, leaving Black Widow without much purpose in the wider Marvel story arc, even if the action is impressive in spots.
A wonderful, patient children's adventure, Flight of the Navigator is steeped in NASA's shuttle era popularity and a bit of Cold War paranoia.
Luca explores the complexities of growing up through a colorful world, touching on racism and bigotry as it tells a simple fable that's enjoyable Pixar.
Reading just the synopsis, The Kid's every plot point is obvious and the script doesn't turn away from that predictability, but it has enough sweetness to get by.
Infamous, messy, and tonally bizarre, Howard the Duck's greatest lesson is in treating the source material with respect.
Unusually bland and hollow in its first half, Black Widow finds substance by the end but by then, it's already lost its way and purpose.
Gorgeous to look at and familiar in form, Raya and the Last Dragon offers an important message at the right time.
Speed perfectly stands for what mega-budget action movies should aim to be, turning into a winking metaphor for the entire genre and dwindling attention spans.