The fourth installment of this venerable franchise returns with a surprisingly touching tale.
Comes off as lifeless and perfunctory despite two strong casting choices and a taste of the franchise’s comedy.
Feels like a stand-alone story with little connection to the franchise other than some of the actors/characters and a country that still doesn’t trust mutants.
Not only the satisfying conclusion to a two-movie story but also the perfect payoff to that 10-year journey on which moviegoers embarked.
Captain Marvel doesn’t feel cohesive and at times bored me with its awful pacing and storytelling.
Captain Marvel borrows heavily, but not heavily enough, from Guardians of the Galaxy.
Triple Frontier is reminiscent of 1999’s Three Kings, but without the humor or the thought-out plot.
Contains all of the elements for a wonderful sequel yet wrecks them with some questionable decisions and a silly finale.
Contains too many dead spots and occasionally wanders off course like a faulty broom on magical autopilot.
This unusual fantasy mixture of influences and visuals doesn’t lose your focus or interest.
Two-and-a-half hours of nonsensical jibber-jabber interspersed with adrenaline-inducing special effects.