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.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 isn’t as good as its predecessor but still brings everything that made the first film great with its excellent characters, appealing visual effects, and killer soundtrack.
The Circle is a sloppy, irritating, and somewhat incoherent mess that has interesting ideas buried at its core.
A love story set against the backdrop of the Armenian Genocide, The Promise has messy editing and pacing but a powerful story at its heart.
The Dark Tapes is a found footage indie film that brings the scares throughout its anthology style.
The Discovery is another solid Netflix Original that draws influence from many sci-fi films focusing on memory and the brain.
Ghost in the Shell is an enjoyable, but flawed, film that’s strengthened by its performances, visuals, and cinematic action scenes.
Power Rangers rides high on nostalgia but can’t seem to figure out who they want their audience to be.
Like last year’s live action Disney remake, The Jungle Book, Beauty and the Beast pays tribute to the source material and is everything you want from a remake.