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.
The follow-up to 2011’s Thor is mediocre at best.