With top-notch sound design and strong child performances, Annabelle: Creation is a welcome addition to a rather healthy Conjuring universe.
Despite the sloppy structure, Atomic Blonde is a beautifully shot action thriller anchored by a strong performance by Charlize Theron.
Kidnap is in contention for worst movie of the year further sinking Halle Berry’s career.
The Dark Tower leans too much into cliché YA territory instead of being the inventive and dark Stephen King novel it could be.
To The Bone is refreshingly unapologetic making it feel intimate, personal, and surprisingly empathetic to the illnesses it depicts.
Dunkirk is not only war movie but a cinematic experience capable of transcending physical borders.
The Big Sick’s charismatic performances by its whole cast bring back a sense of realness to romantic comedies.