It’s a pretty fun little ninety minute auctioneer, but Hotel Artemis doesn’t quite lean into its hyperbolic John Wick-inspired sensibilities as much as you want it to.
The best Paul Schrader’s made in years, First Reformed gives us a top-of-his-craft Ethan Hawke in a captivating existential drama.
It’s Die Hard on fire. With The Rock! What more could you possibly want?! Skyscraper’s no enduring classic, but it’s a helluva ride that’ll have you gasping for breath.
Pixar’s non-Toy Story track record of a “great sequel, but not as great…” continues with Incredibles 2, otherwise the outright animated adventure of the year.
It’s fun enough, but Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom shows show off the increasingly hollow nature of a series initially born of an absolute game-changer.
An engaging little indie drama, My Friend Dahmer offers up tight direction and some great performances, but it’s woefully weak sauce for what you want from a Dahmer story.
Slick, sexy, suspenseful; the typically satirical François Ozon goes for a popcorn-friendly erotic thriller with L’Amant Double, and you’ll be damned glad he did.
Not for everyone, but capable of entertaining most; Book Club uses a likeable cast and a sharp script to terrific comedic effect.
A pretty good sequel, but Deadpool 2 ain’t even half as much fun as the first – forsaking its established character bent for something much more plot heavy.