The third entry in the irreverent buddy-cop series looks at old versus new without coming to any real conclusion or purpose.
While Skyfall was a rousing success, Mendes’ return to the Bond franchise, bogs itself down in tiresome lore and continuity.
Showtime’s sequel to the iconic LGBTQ+ series feels refreshing, if frustratingly centrist at times.
Disney’s sequel enjoys another robust weekend, while the Rian Johnson whodunit clues moviegoers to the joys of original crowdpleasers.
Frozen 2 breaks the ice of November’s box-office chill — and the year’s downward trend of family movie sequels.
This sequel to the 2013 animated hit delivers on the songs and some lovely messaging, but essentially delivers more of the same.
Disney+ revives its flagship tween-friendly musical series for a baffling, cynical mockumentary.
The Stephen King sequel checks out with a disappointing opener, but Roland Emmerich’s WWII epic flies high.
Mike Flanagan’s latest is equal parts Stephen King adaptation and Stanley Kubrick sequel, and can’t quite bridge the gap.
Judgment Day creeps up on us once again as old and new characters join forces to fight the future.
Among the Mouse House’s stable of live-action remakes, this sequel to the 2014 prequel goes down a lot smoother than its contemporaries.
Johannes Roberts’ sequel to 2017’s stripped-down aquatic thriller is packed to the gills with sharktastic mayhem.
It may be prefaced by a brilliant, heartfelt short, but Sony Pictures Animation’s latest, like its adaptation, is a huge waste of time.
Netflix brings back the classic Nick cartoon twenty years later for a one-off special filled with heart and surprisingly complicated musings on the passage of time.
Watching the Kill Bill saga in reverse order yields some fascinating rewards.
Last weekend saw poor performance for the latest Conjuring flick, in a summer of diminishing returns for franchise sequels.
This weekend’s box office bode ill for Pixar’s Toy Story 4, which performed under expectations, and Child’s Play kicks off a modest opener.
While still a visual triumph, “The Matrix Reloaded” swaps out depth for shallow philosophy.