In a time when so many movies put service to the plot above building believable characters, “Hostiles” is the sturdy exception that sees the horizon beyond.
A good old-fashioned drama very much in the vein of “All the President’s Men” that extols those who risk much for the simple reward of telling the truth.
Filled with Broadway-style spectacle and songs, "The Greatest Showman" doesn’t feel particularly fresh or new, but it’s hard to deny the sheer entertainment value.
Though it's the weakest of all the Star Wars movies, "The Last Jedi" still reminds us the reasons we adore these majestic space operas.
Possibly the most disappointing film of the awards cycle, "Downsizing" aims for sharp satire and winds up with drippy moralizing.
It's just like "The Avengers"... if every imaginable thing had gone wrong. This film is awful. And expensive.
Fresh off its well-deserved Oscar win for Best Picture, "The Shape of Water" gets a sumptuous video release.
Despite the screwy juxtaposition of a deep dive into comedy coupled with the potential annihilation of Asgard, "Thor: Ragnarok" brims with entertainment brawn.