While ‘Tomb Raider’ isn’t original in any way, it’s still the best video game adaptation ever made.
‘The Hurricane Heist’ is an old-school genre film that embraces the ridiculousness and asks little in return.
‘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.
‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ is a different kind of Star Wars movie with compelling performances, exciting set pieces and an emotional ending.
‘The Disaster Artist’ is a smart satire about following one’s dreams no matter the cost or criticism.
After a promising start, ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ loses steam in the end.