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.
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The third franchise installment, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It explores what happens when an exorcism goes wrong in chilling terror. A new twist on old friends …
The self-awareness of Peter Rabbit 2 borders on parody, but it's light family viewing that's just behind Paddington for the CG character genre championship.
Exhausting in its pacing, Hitman's Bodyguard's Wife still brings the ridiculous laughs, pushed primarily by a vulgar Salma Hayek.
A smart approach to storytelling keeps A Quiet Place II focused on family, then pushing greater action and tension on top of it.
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.
Snatch blends its hyper violence with caricature comedy in a rapidly successful heist story that still holds up decades on.
Scott Pilgrim's message about earning self-confidence is likely lost amid the references and visuals, but it's too fun to care.
A wonderfully conceived moral quandary is The Final Countdown's highlight, but is dimmed by some Cold War bravado and recruiting-focused action.
A perfect embodiment of the '90s NBA craze and the Looney Tunes final shot at the limelight, Space Jam is fine, but empty commercialization in the extreme.
Nobody is utter nonsense and better for it, mocking the masculine fantasy of middle class dads turning into death-dealing home protectors.
While typical thriller tropes fill time in the script, In the Line of Fire presents an engaging back-and-forth character drama.