Two teenagers, one with the ability to stop rain, deal with a budding romance and authorities that are after them in this stunning visual masterpiece from Shinkai Makoto.
A brilliantly animated and heartfelt anime film that encompasses life, love, loss, determination, and the struggles of entering adulthood.
A great looking film that sticks to the camp of the successful ’70s series for better or worse.
A gorgeous cyberpunk film about the philisophical questions around conquering death that quickly degrades into typical action fodder.
Can this sequel to the ‘Tokyo Ghoul’ live-action film live up to the expectations for this dark horror franchise?
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.