Quick Change uses Bill Murray's cynical side to perfection even if it lacks the pace needed to sell its escape movie comedy.
One of Jackie Chan's many brilliant kung-fu spectacles, Drunken Master II's tale of British colonialism is a fun one, led by multiple fight scene spectacles.
Interesting for Karloff's performance and ambiguity, Isle of the Dead doesn't have the energy to make use of either.
Doctor X is moody if slow classic horror with a great finish to its science-based old dark house formula.
DC's Golden Age characters receive the spotlight in the epic time-travel adventure Justice Society that sees the heroes battling Nazis and more dangerous threats.
An actor-led murder procedural succeeds purely because of its cast, but The Little Things does explore the mental toll of detective work in an interesting way.
Angry but compassionate, Judas and the Black Messiah peers into a cruel history with layered nuance that doesn't release tension until it's over.
Conan meets Star Wars in the fun Saturday morning adventure show from Ruby-Spears, Thundarr.
Thin and ludicrous, Mortal Kombat doesn't wait for anything to happen, instead brawling from the opening moments to distract from contextual faults.
Godzilla vs Kong is the worst possible outcome for the American depiction of a symbolic Japanese creation.
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.
Godzilla doesn't rush into city-smashing spectacle, bravely going against expectations, and aside from missteps, it's a special blockbuster.