Overflowing with action and laughs, Aquaman is the sort of movie to watch over the holiday break and just escape into its absurdity.
Ralph Breaks The Internet is a surprisingly good sequel, building off the original and giving audiences a story that’s not only wildly entertaining but worth telling.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald drains any remaining enthusiasm and makes the prospect of sitting through another of these films feel utterly exhausting.
Venom is weird as hell and had it embraced that weirdness only a little more, it could have been something really unique among today’s usual superhero fare.
It can be a bit slow and perhaps more introspective than some would wish, but Christopher Robin is a reliably entertaining and heartwarming film with some keen observations about holding on to childlike wonder and imagination.
Teen Titans Go! To The Movies is the perfect balm for anyone burned by one too many mediocre superhero movies, bringing to the big screen plenty of laughs and some unexpected but clever critiques of the superhero scene at large.
Ant-Man and The Wasp is a fun, silly, and heartwarming adventure that focuses just as much on family as it does heroics.
Rogue & Gambit winds to a close in this issue, leaving the two titular mutants to embark on a new and promising chapter for their relationship.