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.
Sofia Coppola’s new film, The Beguiled, strays slightly from its original trailers but is still a tense cinematic experience.
Despite some flaws, Marvel Studios brings back the lovable, wisecracking webslinger in his feature length return to the company in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Edgar Wright’s new film, Baby Driver, exhausts the senses and reigns as one of the most entertaining films of the year so far.
The Tupac Shakur biopic, All Eyez on Me, is an intriguing, but maddeningly sloppy, attempt at recounting the life and death of the West Coast rap icon.
In Universal’s first entry to their Dark Universe, The Mummy doesn’t do anything that terrible but its uneven tone and pacing bring the film down hard.
Despite some minor gripes, DC finally gets it right and is provided with a much needed shot in the arm from the origin story of Wonder Woman.
Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales is devoid of the cleverness, humor, and likable characters that bolstered the previous installments in the series and is the worst by far.
Alien: Covenant marks Ridley Scott’s return to the franchise proper but crashes and burns with its drawn out plot, lame characters, and lack of thrills.
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is an entertaining, yet somewhat messy, romp through a familiar story with that distinct Guy Ritchie flair.