A prime candidate for "Mystery Science Theater 3000" heckling, "Gods of Egypt" is a trashy movie that can be enjoyed for its sins.
You just broke up. You are put into a resort and given 45 days to find a new mate, or you are turned into a lobster. Yes, this is the premise of this movie.
As fun as it is dumb, "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" is fan-fiction storytelling at its best.
An unexpectedly pretty penny, "Alice Through the Looking Glass" surpasses its predecessor by cogitating on Lewis Carroll's characters and dizzying world.
"X-Men: Apocalypse" delivers another nail in the coffin for the godfather franchise of modern superhero cinema.
One of John Ford's earliest sound pictures, the jailbird comedy "Up the River" first introduced audiences to Humphrey Bogart and Spencer Tracy.
It may not win many points for originality, but "The Finest Hours" is a solid blend of action, drama and historical celebration.
"Rebel Without a Cause" still holds up as one of the most important films of the 1950s.