The most hyped entry of The Conjuring series to date winds up being a lackluster film that feels utterly forced into the franchise.
The Happytime Murders wants to push buttons and boundaries but all its jokes were done far better by Avenue Q, Meet The Feebles and even Crank-Yankers.
Puppet Master The Littlest Reich offers a new twist on the classic cult-film franchise that is also a surprisingly topical commentary on our times.
The Meg? More like The Meh. With terrible CGI and phoned-in performances by those actors who aren’t hamming it up, The Meg makes Sharknado look like Jaws.
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.
The origins of The Purge are revealed, in this conflicted and topical film that works well during the moments where it works at all.