Yep, GET OUT director Jordan Peele finally misfires with NOPE, a surprisingly dull sci-fi thriller.
Chris Hemsworth and Natalie Portman are Thor times two in LOVE AND THUNDER, another gaudy, goofy entry from RAGNAROK director Taika Waititi.
The last Despicable Minions prequel is a zany pointless diversion, and that's the point.
George Clooney and Julia Roberts produce and star in this modern-day throwback to classic screwball Rom Coms. It opens in theaters October 2022.
Austin Butler reigns as the King of Rock & Roll in Baz Luhrmann's ELVIS, and Tom Hanks delivers in one of his riskiest roles to date.
LIGHTYEAR dishonestly bills itself as a Buzz origin story, instead choosing to reboot the mythos established in the Toy Story movies.
The sixth movie in the JURASSIC franchise is so embarrassing, it makes a case for the franchise's extinction.
Tom Cruise remains the "best of the best" with this thrilling, meaningful sequel to the classic summer blockbuster.
The latest excursion to Downton Abbey has everything that fans hope for from this enduring Anglophile franchise.
STAR-RATING: 2 out of 4 stars. Marvel magic reduces itself to cheap fan service parlor tricks in this inconsequential MCU entry.