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.
Zoe Lister-Jones' directorial debut 'Band Aid' is a dramedy wound worth opening.
Baywatch somehow holds less water than the show that inspired it.
Snatched finds Amy Schumer and Goldie Hawn in search of laughs.
The Promise is a lavish, beautiful but woefully cluttered, uneven melodrama.
Free Fire isn't quite dynamite, but it's not a complete bust either.
Craig Johnson's Wilson isn't the perfect Daniel Clowes adaptation, but that's okay.