Superman: Red Son is a smart, if twisted, Elseworlds tale of Superman being raised in Soviet Russia during the Cold War.
Just Mercy falls to typical studio formulas, but is helped by fantastic performances and critically important racial injustice themes.
Ludicrously skewed and weakening any support for Richard Jewell's unfortunate story, Clint Eastwood ignores any nuance in bringing this to the screen.
An uneven follow-up season for the superhero series from the DCU streaming platform, Titans features Deathstroke taking down the team.
Introducing the mystical underbelly of DC Comics with characters like Blue Devil, this first and now only season pays fine homage to Swamp Thing and his befuddling romance with …
Taking a satirical look at teen pregnancy, Snatchers uses its platform to call out social norms and turn a potential victim into a humorous commentary.
While strong at its core, Doctor Sleep loses its way in a haze of nostalgia and potential franchise building.
An effective noir mystery, Motherless Brooklyn is held together by Edward Norton's unique performance and supporting cast.
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.
Relentlessly cynical and hilarious, Christmas Vacation brought the American holiday experience into the '80s, screaming the entire way.
Kubrick's The Shining doubles as a paranormal horror movie, but works best in its depiction of domestic abuse and the isolation it causes.