“Creed II” continues the “Rocky” franchise with just as much gusto and flash.
“First Man” isn’t entertaining throughout every small step but ends with one giant leap that makes it worthwhile.
“A Star is Born” is a beautifully tragic film about love, heartbreak, addiction and fame that coincides with the thrilling world of music.
“Fahrenheit 11/9” is a film that entices the viewer to take action, any action, that will help make America great, because it never has been.
“The Predator” is another forgettable sequel to a franchise that has never come close to the excitement of the original.
“BlacKkKlansman” manages to be both a powerful social commentary and an entertaining story.
“Infinity War” is the perfect part one of what is likely to be the grandest and most expansive two-part epic to ever grace the silver screen.
“Pacific Rim: Uprising” is camp, but it feels like the creators didn’t know whether to go for full camp or grounded realism.
“Game Night” contains humor that works because of the characters and the situations rather than cheap stereotypes or bathroom humor.
“Call Me by Your Name” is a story about true love and human affection, with emotional acting and stunning camera work.
“Star Wars: The Last Jedi” still contains what fans love: the Force, lightsabers and the beloved characters, but it utilizes them in variety of new ways.
Despite the strength of the performances, there are moments where it feels like good acting is all the movie has to offer.