Avengers: Infinity War is an ambitious film that not only feels appropriately epic but meaningful, setting the stage for Avengers 4’s grand finale.
Isle of Dogs is as funny, charming, and uplifting as any of Wes Anderson’s films, but it’s hurt by including Japanese culture as an artistic flourish and nothing more.
Lucy Dreaming #1 is a wonderful start to this mini-series, setting Lucy off on a journey that’s equally familiar and brand new. After all, haven’t we all dreamed of being the hero in our story?
Tomb Raider delivers exactly what’s expected and not much more. It’s a big, splashy, dumb action movie led by an engaging performance from Alicia Vikander.
A Wrinkle in Time is not nearly as good as its many parts would suggest, and the film as whole winds up being a saccharine, overly simplistic mess.
For those who’ve always found the cool and collected Grand Admiral an oddly enticing if mysterious character, this is a series you need to check out.
In Black Panther, writer/director Ryan Coogler introduces Wakanda to the world at large with an empowering movie that is bold and unabashed in its blackness.
Harley Quinn #34 is a fantastic finale, cementing that Conner and Palmiotti’s run as the quintessential, modern take on Harley Quinn.