The Shape of Water is a modern masterpiece; an unlikely love story that is rewarded with an outstanding script, direction, cast, and cinematography — and it is heart-warming to boot.
The comedic aspects are somewhat overwhelming, but Ragnarok still retains enough action and adventure to please fans of the Thor MCU films.
Luc Besson’s visually stunning graphic novel adaptation is an assault on the senses and little else.
Netflix’s latest self-produced original feature film is Korean director Bong joon-ho’s environmentalist-adventure that features a breakout performance by a young newcomer, stunning CGI, but little else.
Universal’s first step toward reviving their classic monster movies of yore lives to the B-movie roots with a dreadfully scripted reboot of the more recent ‘Mummy’ franchise.
Gal Gadot helps to give DC’s faltering Cinematic Universe franchise a much-needed shot in the arm with this dazzling action film.
Johnny Depp reprises his role as Jack Sparrow in what is a surprisingly thrilling entry in the long-running amusement park ride-based franchise.
This franchise returns with a raucous and killer follow-up that possibly bests its original in action and story.
The highly anticipated live-action adaptation of this anime classic is finally here, but the film’s reliance on visual effects misses the anime’s philosophical questioning and therefore somewhat disappoints.
One Piece Film: Gold is a dazzling action-packed feature-length adventure for the Straw Hat crew.