IT: Chapter 2 fights an uphill battle as the remake of a beloved classic, a sequel to a fantastic film, and a reimagining of a beloved book.
This mystery war horror film has great aesthetic and nail-biting action, but left me with mixed feelings.
"Don't you ever laugh as the hearse goes by, For you may be the next one to die."
While not a movie that'll go down in history for its stellar plot or realism, Hobs and Shaw is super entertaining for what it is.
If you're looking for a monster movie that harkens back to the films of yore (flaws and all), Crawl is made for you.
As the third film with the Annabelle name, Annabelle Comes Home does a perfect job of being a competent, average film that doesn't really stand out at all.
A tale of two sisters fighting the apocalypse is marred by disturbing subtext.
Apocalyptic scenarios meet an all-female cast in this sci-fi story about a mother’s love.
Bumblebee isn't perfect, but it's a good sign of things to come for the Transformers franchise if Michael Bay is fine to leave his hands out of it.
Whether you like wrestling or not, this film is definitely worth your time.
Heist movie meets military might in this film about a robotic shipment gone haywire.
This futuristic love story is better suited for a book.
Watch this one if you like earnest-yet-horrible B-movies.
Summer camp blues meet extraterrestrial adventures in this coming-of-age story.
An absolutely out-of-this-world doomsday scenario meets human ingenuity is this story about collective empathy.
Jungle moons and space-bound gold rushes are the backdrop for this futuristic heist.
Parental secrets and collective shame dominate this psychological horror.
What happens when you take the concept of a choose-your-own-adventure book and turn it into an interactive film? Not much, but at least they tried.
Big statement with good intentions, but the execution fell short.
Phenomenal movie, but its depiction of family trauma is agonizing to sit through.