Total Recall sells a wild, space-faring fantasy, but makes its star almost secondary to the heroics as he saves the world.
The dueling action stars face off some 20 years (or more) too late, and Iron Mask never settles on where it goes when they're not around.
While typical in its thriller format, Unhinged finds the means to stand out by involving modern social issues in a smart way.
Pauly Shore costs this Pauly Shore movie in the end, leaving Beach House's best moments to thrive when he's not around.
While stubborn in its pacing, Antebellum cleverly draws racial parallels between old South and modern America.
A pedestrian action flick that mostly wastes Jean Reno and Ruby Rose, The Doorman offers little beyond remaking Die Hard.
Visibly digital lions kill people throughout Rogue, a movie trying to convince people to stop killing lions.
Bruce Willis cashes another paycheck in the forgettable, meandering Survive the Night.
Unrelenting in its pace and exhausting in its tension, Uncut Gems is an editing masterpiece much as it is a balanced allegory.
Bombshell's story isn't what matters, rather how Bombshell portrays the pressure, anxiety, and fears of women trying to undue decades of power.
While the mystery's final reveal is deflating in its simplicity, Knives Out succeeds in taking a western view of a rich/poor dynamic.
Midway indulges in messy, repetitive, and choreographed action, made worse through sloppy exposition in the script that drives hokey patriotism instead of authentic stakes.