The Circle is bolstered by a fascinating premise and solid performances, but doesn't bring anything new to the table in regard to its discussions.
Free Fire is a stronger concept than film, hamstrung by poor storytelling and execution, despite the best efforts of the cast.
The Lost City of Z is a handsome and ambitious historical epic, if also one that's more intellectually engaging than emotionally compelling.
The Fate of the Furious is a solid addition to the franchise, but falls short of the bar set by recent Fast & Furious installments.
Going in Style is a baffling blend of tones that ultimately plays as a harmless piece of fluff devoid of any significant stakes.
The Lost Village is standard, kid-friendly entertainment, but it succeeds at bringing the colorful Smurfs universe to playfully-animated life.
The Boss Baby is generic animated fare, but it's bolstered by a unique visual flair and important lessons for children in the audience.
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.
CHIPS is a generic buddy cop comedy that will leave both longtime fans and newcomers alienated with a weak story and thin characters.
Power Rangers has mixed success with its efforts to modernize the franchise, but offers enough playful storytelling and spectacle to offset its flaws.
The Belko Experiment makes for a truly fascinating concept, but is dragged down by mundane execution that doesn't always engage the viewer.
Beauty and the Beast does right by its predecessor, delivering a musical experience that both dazzles the eyes and plucks the heartstrings.
Kong: Skull Island is a shared universe launchpad that fulfills its promise of big, goofy, monster mayhem - setting up even bigger things to come.
X-Men movie franchise connections aside, Logan is a grisly and somber character drama that sends off Hugh Jackman's Wolverine on a high note.
Get Out smartly balances its tones to provide viewers with an entertaining and clever satire that is equal parts funny and terrifying.
A Cure for Wellness is a visually-stunning work, but the abundance of style adds up to an overall hollow experience that fails to connect.
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.