The first theatrical film based on Stephen King’s 1986 novel, It, is tonally schizophrenic while still being able to be creepy and a lot of fun.
Twin Peaks: The Return is a brief and joyless visit through the titular Washington town despite a bloated 18 hour runtime. *Minor Spoilers Ahead*
On Sunday night, the abbreviated seventh season of HBO’s wildly popular fantasy series, Game of Thrones, wrapped up. Is the show past its prime or is flying as high as ever ahead of its final hurrah with Season 8? *Minor Spoilers Ahead*
Taylor Sheridan’s film, Wind River, is a compelling murder mystery full of chilly atmosphere, emotion, and solid acting from its cast.
Annabelle: Creation, the newest film in The Conjuring universe, is much better than its predecessor and provides some legitimate thrills but doesn’t quite live up to the flagship films in the series.
The long awaited feature film adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower is a banal experience that isn’t going to wow moviegoers or fans of the source material.
Atomic Blonde is a passable John Wick-esque action film with some entertaining fight scenes and pretty cinematography but lacking in storytelling and execution.
Christopher Nolan’s new film, Dunkirk, is a typically intense Nolan experience that switches up his usual formula yet takes multiple experiences to absorb.
Luc Besson’s new film, Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is visually stunning but its story, characters, and overall execution is terrible.
War for the Planet of the Apes isn’t as concise as its predecessors but it’s still a great addition to an excellent franchise.