A bittersweet conclusion that ends a wonderful franchise on such a wonderful note.
A sequel that connects to the original with a sci-fi twists that continues to bend the horror genre while also offering a film that is funnier, sillier, and both more heartwarming and entertaining than it’s predecessor.
An ambitious films that relies on the audiences ability to suspend belief with a story that lacks a grounding history.
A return to the horror genre that gives fans of Halloween the sequel the have always wanted with a true understanding of who Michael Meyers is.
A delightful, humorous and spooky fun family film.
Another dinosaur movie, but really what else did you expect? It’s fun, action-packed, and even a little thrilling, and Blue? Come on, you know you love Blue.
Fun and zany, Despicable Me 3 still has the heart and the laughter.
Not Tom Cruise’s best film, but definitely not his worst. The Mummy offers an entertaining viewing even if it lacks in storytelling.
Racially thrilling, Get Out by Jordan Peele is a masterpiece of horror tapping into very real and believable fears.
An amazing film written and directed by an amazing director backed by a performance by an amazing actor.
The Girl on the Train suffers from a mediocre story and lackluster characters that even amazing acting can’t save.
Adorable and fun filled, this film will make you laugh and love your pets even more as you eye them with suspicion.
With an all-star cast, this film still manages to fumble with an unclear storyline and not enough evil queens to fill the timeslot.
A heartfelt and long awaited sequel that brings back everyone from the original for a hilarious sequel.
A visually beautiful film with a story that holds together but is overshadowed by the elements within the film.
Adorable and funny, Minions is a unique film that takes fans of Despicable Me back to where it all began.