Flatliners is an unmemorable redux hampered by poor writing and a general lack of thrills that fails to capture the attention of its audience.
American Made is a conventional true story crime caper that stays afloat thanks to Liman's solid direction and Cruise's committed turn as an antihero.
Battle of the Sexes thrives as a crowd-pleasing sports story with charm to spare, even as it sugarcoats the real-life events that inspired it.
Driven by two great performances, Gerald's Game successfully turns King's source material into a disturbing exercise in cinematic horror and suspense.
The LEGO Ninjago Movie is an underwhelming series installment hamstrung by a thin script and weak characters that don't leave much of an impact.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle doubles down on slick action and spy genre riffs, but adds enough fresh and fun elements to provide an exciting sequel.
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.
As a coming of age parable, IT succeeds at being both horrifying and emotionally-resonant, even while adapting only half of King's original story.
Good Time's inspired style, coupled with Pattinson's compelling performance, are enough to carry the film past its narrative shortcomings.
Logan Lucky is an entertaining romp powered by a smart script, strong performances across the board, and great direction.
The Hitman's Bodyguard is a mediocre action flick elevated by the talent and comedic chemistry of Samuel L. Jackson and Ryan Reynolds.
Wind River is a decent, if flawed, directorial effort from Sheridan that showcases his strength as an actors' director, more than as a writer.
Annabelle: Creation makes for a solid Conjuring prequel, with scares and thrills that make up for any noticeable shortcomings in the script.
Detroit makes for a disturbing and unnerving portrayal of real historical events, but has less success as a work of sociopolitical commentary.
The Dark Tower is a mixed bag of abridged mythology from King's book series, fun performances from Elba and McConaughey, and uninspired action.
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.
Atomic Blonde is a stylish, yet uneven, thriller, punctuated by a strong performance by Theron and thrilling action set pieces.
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.