An old-fashioned, unrepentant tearjerker, in which Jacob Tremblay plays a disfigured boy trying to fit in.
Occasionally goofy and sporting a generic doom-bringer villain, "Justice League" nevertheless finally delivers a worthy DC Comics flick.
The rare Palm d'Or winner from Cannes that is engaging and thoughtful, "The Square" ruminates on art, power and morality.
Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf shine in this terrific and moving semi-autobiographical tale from writer/director Greta Gerwig.
I’m glad to report Jane is well-made, a beautiful work about Goodall that reiterates the significance of her life’s work in an emotionally salient way.
Daddy’s Home 2 is the sequel to the 2015 comedy that brings more laughs and an interesting all-star lineup.
Despite a great cast, beautiful look, and being overall enjoyable, "Murder on the Orient Express" is best experienced as a Sunday matinee.
"Ragnarok" doesn't quite escape the Marvel mold in its third act, but the action and improv comedy make it one of the most entertaining in the franchise.