Guy Ritchie’s laddish, inconsistent take on Arthurian legend probably should’ve left the sword in the stone.
Nacho Vigalondo’s COLOSSAL uses its kaiju hook to explore darker emotional terrain than its audience might usually be exposed to.
LEGO Batman plays into the inherent silliness of Batman in a way that no other version has. It’s amazing we’ve ever been able to take him seriously, let alone for so long.
ASSASSIN’S CREED is the latest in a lengthy list of failures in the realm of video game film adaption.
DC misfires again with the consistently underwhelming and surprisingly unfunny SUICIDE SQUAD.
The second Bond film from Sam Mendes is an above average franchise feature that will either impress or disappoint for that very reason.
Brian Helgeland’s Legend is a weak biopic of the notorious Kray twins that paints a strangely artificial portrait of 1960s London.
WHAT LOLA WANTS is a well-meaning homage to the road movie that suffers from weak performances and a mostly uninteresting script.
The live action adaptation of ATTACK ON TITAN is perhaps a curio for existing fans only, it stands on its own as a choppy and badly-written actioner.
Tomm Moore’s latest animated wonder is an enchanting, emotional and visually stunning adventure.