Is "Solo" a worthy addition to the "Star Wars" canon or should future spin-offs be cautious about meddling with beloved characters? Here's what the reviews say.
"Deadpool" came at the right time to lampoon the ascendancy of the superhero blockbuster genre, and in doing so became one itself. Does the follow-up keep things fresh and funny or does it succumb to sequelitis? Here's what critics have to say.
Nintendo's "Labo" products let you build cardboard kits that transform your Switch console into adorable toys and gaming peripherals, as well as program your own creations. How well does it work, and are the pricey kits worth it?
The "God of War" franchise, to put it charitably, is a product of its time. Yet, when Sony announced a rebirth of the franchise earlier this year, those who had managed to mature past our prime video game-playing years couldn't help but flinch and think "Oh god, not again."
Fans of the 2001 original poured their money into a wildly successful Kickstarter for #2. Now it's finally out (on 4/20, a-duh) and it's time to see whether these cops' capers are still worth a chuckle.
Critics have seen the first five episodes of the new season. Is "Westworld" wilder than ever, or are fans in for another season of "Oops! All Twists"-television? Here's what the reviews say.
Has Dwayne Johnson — the biggest movie star of this era in multiple senses — finally been matched with a movie so bad even he can't save it? Well, it might not be the *worst* video game adaptation Dwayne's been in, but...
In 1969, Ted Kennedy accidentally drove his car off a bridge to Chappaquiddick island. Kennedy made it out of the vehicle, but his passenger Mary Jo Kopechne did not. Director John Curran's latest film examines the incident and the fallout — here's what the reviews say.
Jim from "The Office" directed a horror movie, starring him and Emily Blunt (they're married IRL, BTW). The premise? A family must live a completely silent life for fear of nasty monsters with super hearing. Here's what the reviews have to say.
Guillermo del Toro's 2013 kaiju/robot bash-up was a bit of a mixed bag — some neat ideas and memorable performances held back by boring tropes. Is the sequel directed by Steven S. DeKnight and starring John Boyega any better? Here's what the reviews say.
Can a PC shooter that has notably struggled with its transition to the Xbox One really be worth playing on your phone? As it turns out... yeah?
New shows and movies are hitting streaming services all the time. Here are four things that might've slipped by you that belong on your watch queue this month.
Get acquainted with "Wild Wild Country," 2018's challenger to the "Making a Murderer" throne.
"Love, Simon," from 20th Century Fox and Greg Berlanti ("The Flash") is a big-studio coming-of-age movie in the mold of dozens before it, with one twist: the main character is gay. Here's what the reviews have to say.
Borrowing its less-leering perspective from the 2013 reboot of the games, the new "Tomb Raider" starring Oscar-winner Alicia Vikander seems like it desperately wants to break the video game movie curse. Is it closer to "Indiana Jones" than "Assassin's Creed?"
Is the S9 (coming March 16) a leap forward or a modest reinvention? How good is that new camera? Are AR Emoji kinda cool or dumb as hell? Here's what the reviews says.
Krysten Ritter's memorable turn as the titular detective made 2015's first season of "Jessica Jones" the crown jewel of Netflix's Marvel offerings. Critics got the first 5 episodes of Season 2 early — do they live up to the hype?
Adapted from Madeleine L'Engle's groundbreaking young adult novel, DuVernay's Disney blockbuster is the first film with a budget over $100M to be directed by a woman of color. Does it fall into familiar blockbuster traps or present something new?
The much-mocked E.L. James movie trilogy is coming to a close. Does the third installment atone for any of the series' past cinema sins? Will Christian Grey ever abandon his godawful "Dom Jeans?" Here's what the reviews say.
Clint Eastwood's made another movie about real events and heroic men, but this time he's dropped the real dudes into the film as themselves. Does this lend an affecting air of realism, or does it drag things down? Here's what the reviews say.
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