Death on the Nile is rich and luxurious, even overly glossy, as a capable murder mystery begins to take hold.
The King's Men's tonally odd style blends real world war history, creative action, and wonky fiction that never feels comfortable.
Long, ponderous, and thoughtful, A Walk in the Sun represents the authentic war experience both at its most grueling and dull.
Another charming way to bring the challenges of a tech-focused adolescence to movie screens, Ron's Gone Wrong is a smart, clever delight.
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.
The New Mutants eschews large scale action for something more intimate and focused, daring to go against trends.
While sloppily composed at times, Rise of the Skywalker celebrates the themes, style, and action of this series with proper gusto.
There's a universe of potential stories and characters in The Last Jedi, but this latest Star Wars narrows its view to a small pocket of space with no room …
With perspective offered by hindsight and the series' conclusion, The Force Awakens fits better into the greater arc than previously noticed.
Vibrant, fun, and energetic, Return of the Jedi gives the Empire a perfect undoing while finding closure to the family drama.
Star Wars' centerpiece remains a stellar work as Empire Strikes Back uses a nuanced approach to break from A New Hope's emotional high.
The success of A New Hope lies in defeating the authoritarian rule by proving one person ultimately matters even against incalculable odds.