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The latest iteration of the web-slinger has plenty of verve and energy, taking Spider-Man back to his angsty teen roots without rehashing mythology.
Dizzy, fun and unexpectedly weighty, "Baby Driver" puts a groovy new spin on the tired heist genre.
I still like the idea of a cinematic franchise of movie monsters, but "The Mummy" gets Universal's "Dark Universe" off to an uncertain first(ish) step.
Despite being hidden from critics and failing to find a substantial audience, "Captain Underpants" is witty, well-done animated filmmaking for small kids and families.
A delicious and strong filmmaking debut by Zoe Lister-Jones about a couple who form a rock band as an outlet for their marital strife.
Stretching is good if you’re exercising but not if you’re making movies. "Baywatch" has enough good yuks for a half-hour TV show, at best.
It may not be the nonstop laugh-a-thon of its predecessor, but "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2" manages to expand its universe and ambitions.
As the bar for "Alien" movies continues to get lower and lower, "Alien: Covenant" manages to exceed expectations.