American Experience filmmaker Stanley Nelson's retrospective of the music and pop culture icon, Miles Davis.
trying to be ridiculous and over-the-top, The Velocipastor ultimately forgets the most important element that made Sharknado such a huge hit.
An outlaw and social worker take a Down syndrome runaway on a heartwarming adventure in The Peanut Butter Falcon.
Dwayne Johnson and Jason Statham are likable, but the CGI fueled action becomes cartoonish in the first Fast and Furious spin-off Hobbs and Shaw.
Aldis Hodge is superb as Brian Banks, a man falsely imprisoned for rape.
A poverty stricken couple flees their criminal acts. The second feature from veteran actor David Dastmalchian and director Collin Schiffli.
Keanu Reeves still kills it just as much as ever, if not more, in John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum.
Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson in The Hustle are bounds away from being a great comedy, but it's still a fun one.
Lord of the Rings writer J.R.R. Tolkien's youth is explored in a melodramatic biography that's not really worth the effort, starring Nicholas Hoult and
Uglydolls lacks originality and is filled with bland, one-note characters.
Avengers: Endgame hits all the marks in one of the most unprecedented finales in film history.
Avengers: Endgame arrives to answer most of the questions fans have had over the past year.
The densely plotted, three hour runtime has emotional highs that will hit fandom like a freight train.
Long Shot will warm your heart and tickle your funny bone. It is the comedy to beat at the summer box office.
The saving grace of Breakthrough comes in the form of its star Chrissy Metz, who gives an absolutely stunning performance.
The latest addition to The Conjuring Universe is nothing special.
Red Joan turns an incredible true espionage story into a boring film.
Disneynature hits a home run with their thirteenth feature, Penguins is an amazing look at the beloved birds.
Stockholm is the film adaptation of the 1973 bank robbery that coined the Stockholm Syndrome.
Little is goofy and predictable, but delivers big laughs from a good cast that is headlined by breakout star Marsai Martin, Regina Hall and Issa Rae.