Ridiculous storytelling, goofy CGI, and weak scares plague Muschietti’s It Chapter 2, but its ensemble cast is a powerhouse. The performances of the adult Losers Club alone make this movie worth seeing.
Ari Aster comes out swinging with his feature length directorial debut and defines a new standard for the horror genre. The depiction of excruciating grief in Hereditary will depress and frighten you in the best way possible.
The disgraced filmmaker proves, once again, that he understands little about what makes great action. Anna is one of the more numb entries in Besson's consistently anesthetized filmography.
Though it’s not a perfect film, it far exceeds expectations and gives the X-Men Beginnings saga the sendoff it deserves. Kinberg’s Dark Phoenix rises from the ashes of a frequently lousy franchise.
Saulnier combines intelligent, beautiful cinematography, savage ultra-violence, and an unconventional narrative to create the strongest horror movie ever made. Green Room engenders more tension than any other film has yet to deliver.