‘Eighth Grade’ is a gloriously awkward look into the life of a 13-year-old girl in the age of social media.
‘Mission: Impossible – Fallout’ is the best action movie of the year and the reason we go to the movies in the first place.
Despite a likeable cast, ‘Tag’ fails to live up to its clever premise due to one-dimensional characters and not enough self awarness.
‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ ignores lore and pathos and instead embraces the fun and light-heartedness of Star Wars. But did we really need a Han Solo movie?
‘Deadpool 2’ delivers more of the same humor and bloody violence you loved from the original. But is that a good thing?
‘Annihilation’ is a cerebral, beautiful and haunting sci-fi film from director Alex Garland.
‘Black Panther’ is Marvel’s most political, entertaining and relevant movie to date.
For 15 minutes, ‘The 15:17 to Paris’ is exhilirating. The other 75 is riddled with clunky dilogue, terrible performances and an unfocused script.
‘Hostiles’ is a downer of a western that fails to reinvent the genre or present interesting characters.
‘Call Me By Your Name’ is a wonderful story about finding love in unexpected places and the joy and pain that goes with it.