While suffering from an incoherent final chapter, Kingsglaive sets up an engaging world of political nuance amid creative fiction.
Cecil B. DeMille's The Ten Commandments remains one of the most important and successful Hollywood epics ever devised.
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.
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.
Still relevant, Spike Lee's masterpiece Do the Right Thing balances countless characters and personalities to create believable racial tension.
Soul of the Dragon is a groovy retro martial arts spectacular that just so happens to feature Batman as a supporting character in the '70s.
Smart and stimulating, Prince of Darkness begins with a striking concept, but falls apart as it descends into horror tropes.
Breaking down myths of Reagan-era policies, They Live isn't always so clear, but it's a smart, calculated smear of a world burdened by inequality.