The Russo brothers’ Avengers: Endgame follow-up wastes the potential of a grown-up Tom Holland, and tries way too hard.
Watching the first cut of Richard Kelly’s ultra-ambitious Donnie Darko follow-up is like riding a wave of mutilation.
Nick Sasso’s martial-artist-meets-pop-star romance is a hollow, muted, shabbily made affair.
The 2011 adaptation of Stieg Larsson’s hit novel does right by its investigators but drags out the story around them.
The unlikely science fiction franchise changes pace with a lean and mean action thriller filled with economically effective visuals.
The action superstar has a little fun in this affectionate tribute to old-school beat-’em-ups, with big colors and tongue-in-cheek humor galore.
Chan’s latest collaboration with Supercop director Stanley Tong is an airless bore.
Swayze’s thrill-seeking bank-robber is a magnetic blast to hang out with. And he’s a blinkered, reckless fool who does a massive amount of harm.
Patrick Schwarzenegger leads a strong cast in an unbalanced, uneven, sometimes striking crime story.
One of the great modern action filmmaking teams is back at it, ably aided by the inimitable Mario Van Peebles.
Sam Raimi and Sharon Stone’s quickdraw revenger is stylish and skillfully crafted.
Abel Ferrara serves up a moving, fun ode to a moviegoing experience we all miss, even if it ironically needs some focus.
Gareth Evans and Matt Flannery’s crime saga wields both clean, effective character work & horrific, thrilling action with equal aplomb.
Moshe Zonder, Dana Eden, and Maor Kohn’s new espionage series boasts solid acting and craft in the face of some wonky storytelling.
Alexandra Daddario stars in a decently-crafted, but deeply clumsy and blinkered, look at modern Japanese culture.
Christopher Plummer & Archie Panjabi investigate a mysterious aircraft incident in Peacock’s solid new drama.
Martial arts veteran Mark Dacascos shines in a killer-cab thriller; if only the movie around him was up to his level.
10 years later, Edgar Wright’s comic adaptation lingers for its bevy of influences as much as its originality.