A Wrinkle in Time offers an engaging family-friendly sci-fi adventure, but falls short of reaching the potential of its talented cast and director.
The Cloverfield Paradox is a disjointed, but enjoyable sci-fi horror/thriller that has mixed success as a shared universe film.
12 Strong works as a tribute to the real-life American heroes who lived it, but is an overall generic war film without much substance.
Proud Mary is an entertaining enough thriller with some flare from director Babak Najafi, but works best as Taraji P. Henson's action vehicle.
The Commuter is a goofy and formulaic thriller, but also an entertaining one thanks to Neeson's action star chops and Collet-Serra's sense of style.
Roman J. Israel, Esq. features another standout performance by Washington, but the story around him is mundane and fails to leave an impression.
mother! is an ambitious work that bucks traditional storytelling techniques with its aspirations, but its approach will not be for all moviegoers.
American Assassin is a preposterous, but lean and mean Mitch Rapp thriller adaptation elevated by Michael Keaton's turn as Rapp's grizzled mentor.
The Dark Tower is a mixed bag of abridged mythology from King's book series, fun performances from Elba and McConaughey, and uninspired action.
Luc Besson's Valerian is a visually stunning, if overlong, sci-fi romp that's weighed down by an uncharming dynamic between its two leads.
The House is a solid, if unremarkable, big studio comedy with fleeting moments of humor peppered throughout its runtime.
The Mummy tries a fresh spin on the classic monster with a gender-swapped villain and Dark Universe connections but winds up a stale action reboot.
The Lost Village is standard, kid-friendly entertainment, but it succeeds at bringing the colorful Smurfs universe to playfully-animated life.
Ghost in the Shell struggles to dig below the surface of its thought-provoking concepts and bring real depth to its striking visuals.
Despite some promising elements, Life amounts to a middling (and derivative) sci-fi horror/thriller that never fully realizes its potential.
The Belko Experiment makes for a truly fascinating concept, but is dragged down by mundane execution that doesn't always engage the viewer.
Fist Fight may be as slight as a half-hour sitcom comedy, but enough of its R-Rated jokes hit their target to sustain the movie's brisk runtime.
Despite some inspired elements, The Great Wall is an odd mashup of Hollywood monster blockbuster and sweeping Chinese fantasy epic.
Sadako v Kayako (The Ring v The Grudge) won't win over the uninitiated, but fans of both franchises should have a good time with this crossover.