Justice League is a dizzying headache of a movie.
More decent than excellent, Branagh's Murder on the Orient Express might ultimately disappoint readers hoping to find the definitive interpretation of Christie's beloved novel.
The Snowman is cold to the touch.
Friend Request is unacceptable.
David Gordon Green's Stronger is richer and more powerful than your average Hollywood biopic.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle is entertaining and exhausting.
Annabelle: Creation is better than it should be and creepier than one expects. But that doesn't quite make it good.
'Lady Macbeth' is a powerfully well-executed English fable that'll leave you floored and flustered
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets is brazen and utterly batsh*t. It's all the better that way too.
'Baby Driver' finds Edgar Wright driving at full speed, never afraid to push himself and his medium along the way
In a summer filled with disappointment, '47 Meters Down' is the splash of invigoration moviegoers might need.
My Cousin Rachel is a respectable, periodically engrossing but disappointingly moderate adaptation.