Aquaman

Aquaman

While the film is immensely entertaining, especially for a character that is often the joke of the DC Universe, the acclaimed horror director strikes a fun balance of action, humor, and gives the character some much needed toughness and grit that translates to a more engaging character overall.

Venom

Venom

Sony chose to release Venom as a PG-13 rating, and the cuts required to do so are not only apparent in the film, but much of the tone required to make the film work is just not there. Venom is one of the worst superhero films in the last few years.

Ant-Man and the Wasp

Ant-Man and the Wasp

As history tends to repeat itself, Ant-man and Wasp, like its predecessor, releases just a few short months after a major Avengers film. While the story itself takes place before Thanos and the Avengers went toe to toe, I still strongly recommend watching Avenger's: Infinity War before you take in this fun-filled and very enjoyable sequel. 

Ready Player One

Ready Player One

Ready Player One, is at its core, a celebration of pop culture. Whether it's movies, cartoons, video games, or old candy commercials, there is very little that escapes at least some sort of mention or visual cue during the 2 hour and 19 minute film.

Tomb Raider

Tomb Raider

During the entire build-up to Director Roar Uthaug's film reboot of Tomb Raider, many fans had brought up the original Angelina Jolie pair of films as a comparison, assuming those movies, on some level, served as a baseline of quality for future said comparisons.

Black Panther

Black Panther

We were given a small glimpse into the world of Black Panther during Captain America: Civil War just a few short years ago. While the character joined the cast in a small but effective supporting role, much occurred to lay the groundwork for his own feature film.