Barbie is akin to Joe Camel espousing the virtues of a healthy lifestyle.
This installment delivers more chuckles than all six past films combined.
Serves as a raucously rousing send-off for both its iconic character and main star.
The Little Mermaid is a surprising, heartfelt father-daughter tearjerker.
Vol. 3 is overly dark, overly busy and often overly dull.
The adventure and adrenaline are the stars, and here, they’re as bright as anything else put out this year.
Lightyear mixes emotions from Up and physics from Interstellar for a disappointing animated retcon of the beloved titular character.
Jurassic World Dominion starts off at the pace of a lumbering Stegosaurus before finally picking up speed to Velociraptor levels later on.
An errant large asteroid wouldn’t be enough to wipe away this mess.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness delivers two hours of fun with plenty for both Marvel and Sam Raimi fans to celebrate.
The Northman drew me in from the beginning and never let up with its mixture of drama, brutal violence and realistic settings.
Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore substitutes politics and tyrannical behavior for the fun creatures and captivating missions to transform this experience into a double bore.