A fitting end to more than 10 years of Marvel superhero adventures and a terrific final chapter to the MCU.
An ironically two-dimensional indie sci-fi comedy about a group of sexy women from a parallel universe pitching a mating game.
DC Universe brings back its water-drenched warrior Aquaman in the story of his origins as Arthur Curry who engages in a quest for the subterranean kingdom of Atlantis.
Basically a YA steampunk version of ‘Star Wars’ that may not be accessible to mainstream audiences
This fantastical anime feature from master Miyazaki Hayao won the Oscar for Best Animated Feature in 2003.
A retelling of an ancient Basque folktale of a blacksmith who does battle with the Devil that masterfully blends the whimsical with hardcore violence.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom delivers great special effects, a so-so storyline, and another lead-in to the next film in the franchise.
Despite its widely known production woes, ‘Solo’ is a ‘Star Wars’ spin-off that delivers Han Solo’s backstory and never fails to entertain with a pulse-pounding plot, great ‘droids.
HBO has given us a rather lame makeover of Ray Bradbury’s dystopian sci-fi classic that adds modern elements that fail to make much of a dramatic impact, and only confuse an already befuddled storyline.
Marvel’s biggest film yet in their MCU Ibombards you with action and spectacle and may require a return to the theater for a second helping.