Ron Howard does what he does best, being a puppet director for a studio.
John Krasinski's monster film is one of the best monster movies to date without feeling like a monster film.
Spielberg is able to create and great adaptation that doesn't follow the book all that much.
Johnson does something bold for a Star Wars film. It doesn't work but I do like the effort.
Kenneth Branagh's ramake could have been better, but does its job at being relevant.
What could have been a compelling film about humans destruction, turned into a crappy 2 hour movie filled with spoon fed metaphors.
This Netflix original does everything right that most Netflix films do wrong, which is being creative.
This disappointing film does nothing for the horror genre besides pushing the stereotype of the crazy white person.
Damen Chazelle is on a mission to show movie audience the importance of music is society. As usual, he succeeds.
Disney yet again, churning out magic and greatness.
Denis Villeneuve does it again with the most thought provoking "alien invasion" movie since Close Encounters of the third kind.
This out of the blue dramatic comedy hits all the right dramatic notes, while providing a sweet comedy on the struggles of growing up and moving on.
DC continues the trend of bad movies with a disappointing Suicide Squad that recreates the tired out cliches of the universe.
The Russo brother have down it again, approving upon their last film.
Both iconic movie studios battle against each other in an epic showdown