Despite a fun premise, Keeping Up with the Joneses is a mildly entertaining comedy that's very generic.
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back does not offer enough high-octane action or clever mystery to stand out from the glut of so-so crime movies.
Despite a strong performance by Emily Blunt, The Girl on the Train is a middling thriller without much to offer.
Although not a disaster, Masterminds is a disposable and middling off-kilter heist comedy that squanders its cast's talents on subpar material.
It toys with some interesting concepts, but Morgan ultimately favors generic action over developing its core ideas into something more fascinating.
Mechanic: Resurrection is a mindless B-movie with little substance of note, but those who enjoy Statham should have a fun time.
Bad Moms deserves credit for mixing things up in the genre, but its reliance on caricatures prevents it from being as memorable as it could have been.
Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates hits the basic mandates of R-rated comedy but falls flat in its effort to be as insightful as it is funny.
Independence Day: Resurgence is B-movie CGI disaster mayhem that is elevated, only slightly, by the few fan-favorite characters who return.
Warcraft lays an enticing foundation for future installments in the fantasy-adventure series - at the expense of its current cast and story.
Despite fleeting moments of entertainment, The Angry Birds Movie comes across as a hollow viewing experience that doesn't have much to offer.
Ratchet & Clank has moments of humor, but is undercut by a generic story and thin characters that fail to leave a meaningful impact.
Every single piece of The Huntsman: Winter's War underwhelms - resulting in a strained prequel/sequel/spin-off fairytale with very little magic.
Despite a fun performance from Kevin Costner, Criminal is a half-baked action/thriller that fails to properly explore its sci-fi premise.
Allegiant is a subpar installment in The Divergent Series that fails to justify the decision to split the final Divergent novel into two movies.
London Has Fallen is an uninspired sequel to Olympus Has Fallen, but has some of its predecessor's cheesy action movie throwback charm.
Ride Along 2 is an uninspired retread of its predecessor, but manages to reach the (low) bar set for this action/comedy franchise.
The Forest struggles to transform its spooky premise and haunting setting into memorable or unique on-screen movie scares.
Victor Frankenstein is an entertainingly kooky, but otherwise messy and slapdash re-imagining of the Frankenstein mythos.