The latest, most uninspired chapter in the franchise showcases all the worst impulses of modern blockbuster filmmaking and none of its good ones.
Despite all the hoopla, it’s hard to see this so-called definitive chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as anything but punctuation.
There’s nothing really novel about Bad Times at the El Royale, except that it resurrects a quasi-genre with panache.
Juggling a massive cast and a last act that made us say “Holy shit!” was not what we expected from Infinity War.
12 Strong is a cheesy military action flick starring Thor, but it’s got some surprising strengths
New Zealand director Taika Waititi brings wit, verve and a sense of fun to the dullest of the Marvel characters.
The all-female reboot of Ghostbusters is getting very mixed reviews, and it’s been noted that male critics have been especially hard on it.
The Huntsman: Winter’s War follows a movie that’s arguably more memorable for its on-set scandal than the film itself.
In the Heart of the Sea has the set-pieces and handsome star you’d expect from a classic seafaring cinematic adventure, but its use of 3D is unique and refreshing.
The long-gestating reboot of the 1983 comedy National Lampoon’s Vacation says a lot about how low our nostalgia standards have become.