Gorgeous to look at and familiar in form, Raya and the Last Dragon offers an important message at the right time.
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Unknowingly launching an extended franchise, Saw poses a clever mystery, undone only by its dismal performances.
Lost in the shuffle of young teen sci-fi dystopian thrillers, Chaos Walking is all thematic politics and not much story.
A marvelous exploration of life and purpose, Soul goes deeper than even Pixar's usual standards in detailing the afterlife while still presenting a charming front.
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.
Gattaca uses genetic tinkering to intelligently explore diversity and social bias through a successful sci-fi lens.
While its central story follows pedestrian plotting, News of the World succeeds by exposing an ugly history through empathetic eyes.
Godzilla doesn't rush into city-smashing spectacle, bravely going against expectations, and aside from missteps, it's a special blockbuster.
Messily edited and vapid, even by Paul W.S. Anderson videogame movie standards, Monster Hunter is a dud.
The Croods: A New Age doesn't aim to try anything new, but tells a familiar story in a fun, expedient way.
More an attempt to create a ludicrous theme park ride than movie, 2012's absurdities, stock characters, and lengthy runtime make this a bloated, empty spectacle.
Smart and stimulating, Prince of Darkness begins with a striking concept, but falls apart as it descends into horror tropes.