Movie Reviews

With ‘Rogue One,’ Lucasfilm shows us their ‘Star Wars Stories’ will deliver on an epic scale

Rogue One is Lucasfilm’s first Star Wars spinoff, and with it the studio is telling fans that this new series of offshoots will deliver good storytelling over anything else.

‘Moana’ review: Disney’s latest musical fills our sails and becomes a classic

When Disney released The Princess and the Frog in 2009 and unofficially announced that they would be returning to the animated Disney musical format, fans were excited, but not quite obsessed yet.

‘Fantastic Beasts’ review: J.K. Rowling delivers a movie worthy of ‘Harry Potter’

Welcome back to the Wizarding World, Muggles. J.K. Rowling’s Fantastic Beasts is a worthy follow-up to the eight-part Harry Potter series, and an entry that is sure to reinvigorate the fandom theorizing days of yesteryear.

‘Doctor Strange’ movie review: Magic and Marvel work together seamlessly

There’s been a lot of controversy in the build-up to Doctor Strange, but now that it’s hit theaters, we have to ask the question on all our minds: Is it any good?

‘Deepwater Horizon’ movie review: Connecting to the disaster we saw unfold

We all watched the news footage of the Deepwater Horizon burning and we saw the oil gushing out of the well it left behind for weeks, but we didn’t know what it felt like to be there that day.

‘The Magnificent Seven’ movie review: ‘So far, so good’

If you love a good western, you can’t go wrong with The Magnificent Seven. It may not be a remake we needed, but it’s a remake we’re happy to deserve.

‘Bridget Jones’ Baby’ movie review: Another fabulous chapter

There’s a lot to enjoy about Bridget Jones’ Baby, even if you’ve never watched the first two movies, but as usual, there’s still a kink or two in the system.

‘Sully’ movie review: More than just a heroic retelling

Sully gives us a glimpse into what exactly happened on that fateful day in 2009, and the battle that ensued long after the passengers were safe and warm in their beds.

‘For the Love of Spock’ review: An intimate portrait of Leonard Nimoy

An intimate portrait of the man behind the ears, For the Love of Spock is a must-see for fans of Star Trek and beyond.