While the first film twisted Sleeping Beauty lore into something unique, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil boils over into a modern political debate.
Cynical and harsh, Ad Astra isn't afraid to demean humanity's efforts in space when viewed through a family separation.
Made for the now, this sequel smartly updates the lore, but Terminator: Dark Fate succumbs to action overload - both in quantity and scale.
While engaging and evocative, Joker draws draws its protagonist with far too much empathy given the nature of this character.
Pennywise returns in this long but satisfactory sequel, It: Chapter Two, bringing adult stars like Jessica Chastain into the supernatural battle.
Rambo: Last Blood ignores the character's origins for something vengeful and outrageously violent to close John Rambo's legacy.
Tarantino mourns the loss of cinema's glossiness in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, bridging nostalgia and honesty through fiction.
Kubrick's The Shining doubles as a paranormal horror movie, but works best in its depiction of domestic abuse and the isolation it causes.
Somehow the third movie in this series, Angel Has Fallen isn't any better than its equally dopey predecessors.
Turtle Planet Gathering dazzling images from the ocean floor, Turtle Odyssey brings truly stellar photography into this condensed story. The focus is a turtle – obviously – named Bunji. …
Someone’s Overcompensating It figures that in this current and cursed timeline, something like Hobbs & Shaw speaks sensibly. As a brazen, idiotic, muscle-driven action flick, it’s necessary to spell …
Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Ocean Documentary Captivating underwater footage from Jean-Michel Cousteau, son of the legendary Jacques Cousteau, explores the awesome variety of marine life from Fiji to the Bahamas in …