Uproariously funny but also sentimental, The LEGO Batman Movie gets right at the core of the Batman character and lovingly ridicules everything about him and his world.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story does something no Star Wars film has ever done before – truly and accurately portray the horrors of war.
Fantastic Beasts effortlessly recaptures the wonder and whimsy of the Harry Potter films while also establishing a solid foundation for future installments.
Doctor Strange is better than most, featuring unique abilities and stunning visuals, but it’s not quite as good as what we’ve come to expect of the MCU.
The story is simplistic and doesn’t do enough to differentiate from the original, but this Magnificent Seven is a movie practically anyone could, and likely will, enjoy.
Blair Witch is unlikely to have the cultural resonance of The Blair Witch Project, but it’s still an enjoyable entry in the found footage horror catalog.
Suicide Squad is not the full course correction the DCEU so desperately needs, but it manages to be enjoyable thanks to memorable characters and genuinely good performances.
The Killing Joke tries to expand upon the comic that inspired it and fails to entertain on nearly every single level, both artistic and technical.