Halloween Kills is one of the biggest disappointments of the year.
Does No Time to Die give Daniel Craig’s James Bond a fitting farewell?
Marvel’s What If…? squanders nearly all of its potential.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage is not the superhero movie you’re expecting.
Foundation is making Dune seem pretty bland.
Clint Eastwood says goodbye.
Star Trek: Lower Decks is back and just as great as ever.
Marvel’s What If…? is a misfire.
The Suicide Squad has blown all expectations out of the water.
Our Jungle Cruise review pulls no punches.
Black Widow is a poor and tardy excuse for a Scarlett Johansson solo Marvel film.
Chris Pratt barely keeps The tomorrow War from totally sinking.
Our Loki review says things are looking good for this new Marvel series.
Mortal Kombat is definitely going to make gorehounds happy.
Godzilla vs. Kong delivers exactly what you want.
For every moment of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier that honors the Marvel formula, there are two that ask viewers to open their minds a bit. The show’s premiere, aptly titled “A New World Order,” casts its eponymous heroes in a new light.
Zack Snyder’s Justice League is everything you thought it was and more.
Superman has always worked better as a lover than as a fighter. The character’s best, most resonant stories are quick to point this out, often skimping on the large-scale superheroics to make way for smaller, more intimate moments that beget better action.
The Little Things – the new murder thriller starring Denzel Washington, Rami Malek, and Jared Leto – is a mish-mash of worn clichés and tired formulas.
Anthony Mackie stars in Outside the Wire, Netflix’s new sci-fi military action film.
WandaVision is a striking but mixed experiment for Marvel.
Editor Drew Dietsch lists the ten best movies of 2020.
Paul W.S. Anderson is the king of live-action video game movies. Not only has he made more than any other …
Wonder Woman 1984 recalls the best things about Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man movies.
If you go into Greenland, the latest world-threatening disaster opus fronted by Gerard Butler, expecting the over-the-top scene-chomping chaos in …
The Mandalorian Season 2 has come to a close, and the show is at a crossroads.
The Stand on CBS All-Access is off to a strange but promising start.
Yes the first episode of The Expanse season 5 is basically an extended soap opera, but at least it’s a really good soap opera.
Mank is a passion project for David Fincher, but is it any good?