How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World will delight kids while keeping parents relatively entertained.
Happy Death Day 2U incorporates sci-fi and romantic comedy elements, but fails as a slasher flick.
An NBA lockout forces an agent to address basketball's racial disparity in High Flying Bird, starring Zazie Beetz, Andre Holland
Low brow humor and a healthy sprinkling of F-bombs delivers laugh out loud moments for star Taraji P. Henson in What Men Want.
Rory Culkin leads a group of sociopaths with little regard for their Christian upbringing, escalate their rhetoric to violence in Lords of Chaos.
Starring Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali, Green Book is a story of friendship and understanding in a time of racial oppression.
Wreck-It Ralph and Vanellope return in a brilliantly satirical online adventure in Ralph Breaks the Internet.
The Oscar winning director of Gravity and Children of Men returns with a period tale of a Mexico City family in the award-worthy Roma.
Chris Pine swaps his phaser for a sword as Scottish King, Robert the Bruce in the Netflix original movie Outlaw King.
Director Fede Alvarez and star Claire Foy have delivered a very different take on the Dragon Tattoo franchise with The Girl in the Spider's Web.
The visual effects, costumes, production design, and ballet choreography are icing on a bad cake when it comes to Disney's Nutcracker update.
Director Luca Guadagnino boldy remakes the horror classic, turning Suspiria into a truly unique cinema experience.
Hunter Killer plays out like a CGI video game with a talented cast that is wasted by the breakneck pace.
Queen fans rejoice, because Bohemian Rhapsody will have you dancing in the aisles when it finally hits theaters this November.
This is the type of story the world has needs to hear, and The Hate U Give tells it in a truly extraordinary and powerful way.
Warner Bros. Animation finally delivers a full throttle R-rated feature with the enthralling return of Constantine in City of Demons.
Goosebumps 2 is sadly lacking in creativity and there definitely was no effort to generate a new plot.
Oscar-winning Director Damien Chazelle breathes life into the story behind legendary Neil Armstrong with the Ryan Gosling drama First Man.
Though it's not really a great movie, Venom still shows a lot of promise and provides some fans for comic book movie lovers.