Get a diaper and buckle up for “Baby Driver.” It’s not often a movie like this comes peeling around the corner.Read more "‘Baby Driver’ Review"
“The Mummy” is truly a scary start to Universal’s “Dark Universe,” for all the wrong reasons. What could’ve rekindled the classic movie monster frights instead feels more like Brendan Fraser light.Read more "‘The Mummy’ Review"
“Wonder Woman” is good. Really good. Pure good.
It is to superhero cinema what Diana Prince is to the world: foreign but more than welcome.Read more "‘Wonder Woman’ Review"
“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales” almost lives up to its name, only this lifeless – and supposedly last – entry in the swashbuckling series has too many stories to tell. That plus old and new characters, all of whom are as wooden as their ship’s plank, make this piece of pirate booty stink.Read more "‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ Review"
It’s no wonder “Alien: Covenant’s” title changed from “Paradise Lost.” All the promise from its “Prometheus” predecessor is hard to find in this return-to-gory sequel.Read more "‘Alien: Covenant’ Review"
“King Arthur” of Camelot is like “John Carter” of Mars: It probably shouldn’t have been made. But director Guy Ritchie was able to pull the classic story from the studio stone, and although not a legendary film, like “Carter” it’s at least an entertaining, out-of-this-world adventure.Read more "‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ Review"
“Ghost in the Shell” and its lead character are certainly one and the same: Both are beautiful but lacking in any real soul.Read more "‘Ghost in the Shell’ Review"