This sequel to the 2014 film, Kingsman: The Secret Service, is way overlong and wastes a lot of talent; yet, somehow, it’s still very entertaining.
If a story about misfit kids banding together to fight an unspeakable evil sounds like you’ve been there and done “It” before, well, you probably have.
The Glass Castle is about a penniless and itinerant childhood at the hands of a flaky mother and alcoholic father.
Detroit has grit and authenticity by the pound.
“Spider-Man: Homecoming” succeeds in staying true to the essence of Peter Parker and is a film that captures the character better than ever before.
War for the Planet of the Apes is spectacular simian cinema with incredible special effects to be sure, but not quite as awesome as its predecessor.
‘The Mummy’ is a patchwork film that, like its cinematic ancestors, goes perfectly with Saturday morning popcorn munching.
Diana Prince has taken center stage at last in Wonder Woman. Was it worth the wait?
Guy Ritchie’s ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ makes the legendary leader even more of a medieval superhero and gives Excalibur an epic extra twist.
In Rings, we are taken on a journey tracing back into the origin of Samara.