Certainly outlandish but fun and quirky with an amazing soundtrack, this last film ends gives these Bellas a proper send-off.
A fun family film that touches the heart as it capitalizes on memory, family, and love.
The Last Jedi fails the Rebels and the franchise with a story that flops around adding useless characters and plot devices to drag out the film.
Invigorating, quirky and an honest to good film.
Fun and action-packed, Thor: Ragnarok delivers laughter never before seen in a Thor film, making for an unquestionably delightful film.
Memorable to the last moment, Marshall is a piece of history everyone should watch.
An amazing slasher film that rises above all the tropes to deliver an entertaining time at the theater, guaranteed.
Fun and humorous, the latest installment in the LEGO film franchise does not disappoint as it provides a heartfelt story packed with action.
With a strong start and thrillings moments, the movie showed promise yet ended up flatlining itself with dull cheesy attempts to bring the horror to the norm.
IT surpasses its predecessor by focusing on one segment in the story giving it the proper suspense and tension without letting the film be bogged down by storytelling.
An amazing film with amazing dynamics and acting and a story effortlessly told coupled with riveting tension.
Fun and lighthearted, Spider-Man: Homecoming offers up a view at the friendly neighborhood Spider-Man while giving more focus on the journey for who he is.
Stunning visuals, fun character dynamics, clear story, but with a script that falls short, making it a solid B movie. Nevertheless, it’s still entertaining.
Fun and zany, Despicable Me 3 still has the heart and the laughter.
A powerful finale, with amazing storytelling, a compelling protagonist and phenomenal acting. The war is here and it’s worth every moment.
Not Tom Cruise’s best film, but definitely not his worst. The Mummy offers an entertaining viewing even if it lacks in storytelling.