A half-step down from a masterpiece, this gripping neo-Western explores the themes of alienation and degradation.
Savaged by critics and ignored by audiences, "The Dark Tower" is actually a bold, intriguing mix of cinematic ingredients.
"War for the Planet of the Apes" is the rare summer blockbuster that is smart and contemplative, bringing the revived franchise to a satisfying close.
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.
There's no reason for a fifth "Pirates" movie to exist, but it's passably entertaining as long as you're willing to pull up oars on your brain and coast.
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.