Rim of the World attempts a new spin on the sci-fi adventure genre, but it fails to live up to, or set itself apart from, the movies that inspired it.
Holmes & Watson is a lazy comedy that wastes a fun premise and talented cast on tired jokes, tasteless gags, and sometimes bafflingly outdated humor.
Despite a committed performance by Garner, Peppermint is an extremely forgettable and bland action movie that leaves no impression with the viewer.
The Happytime Murders tries to mine all its comedy from R-rated puppet antics and Melissa McCarthy's typical schtick, but the jokes quickly wear thin.
Truth or Dare makes the least of its parts, wasting a promising premise with clichéd horror tropes and an uninspired narrative.
Death Wish is woefully generic fare that's tonally confused in its storytelling, bland in its direction, and doesn't bring much new to the table.
Bright is a muddled mess of a film that fails to produce any fresh concepts or creative ideas by mashing together two distinctly different genres.
Flatliners is an unmemorable redux hampered by poor writing and a general lack of thrills that fails to capture the attention of its audience.
The Emoji Movie squanders the talents of its capable voice cast on an animated film that is as cynical in its outlook as it was in its conception.
Underworld: Blood Wars is a poorly-constructed slog of a sequel that fails to engage the audience in any impactful manner.
There is a timely message of tolerance and forgiveness, but Ben-Hur is a poorly-constructed historical epic that fails to leave an impact.
Gods of Egypt is a cheesy and visually unimpressive fantasy adventure that's too dull to make for fun campy entertainment.
Bigger set pieces do not make for a better Point Break, and Core fails to improve upon the original film in any meaningful way.
In spite of connections to the ongoing series saga, Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension could easily be mistaken for an Asylum B-movie knockoff.
Rock the Kasbah is a lazy comedy and outdated political farce that wastes Bill Murray's comedic talents.
Despite some competent suspenseful filmmaking, a thin story and xenophobic overtones make No Escape an unpleasant movie to watch.
Hitman: Agent 47 is a second missed opportunity to translate one of the more adaptable video games into a satisfying movie experience.
Hot Pursuit will provide some moviegoers with a few easy laughs, but others are likely to find it just boring and unfunny.
Die-hard Kevin James fans will get additional mileage from it, but Paul Blart: Mall Cop 2 is a pretty easy pass for everyone else.