Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is a colossal disappointment due to its extremely poor story, weak character development, and cliché antagonists.
The First Purge manages to have a genuinely great concept that results in pure disappointment.
Incredibles 2 is a film that has a gripping story with a nice blend of humor and truly stunning animation.
Ocean's 8 is an undeniably enjoyable, breezy watch with great performances all across the board. Where it falters however, is its originality factor, due to a script that feels all too familiar to the 2001 film.
Although not a perfect entry, Solo: A Star Wars Story is a welcomed addition to the ever expanding Star Wars film saga.
While it has some pacing issues and occasionally recycles its own jokes, Deadpool 2 is a hilarious and action-packed experience with a perfect amount of surprising emotion.
Avengers: Infinity War is an immensely satisfying and emotional thrill-ride that will leave long-time fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in awe.
With A Quiet Place, John Krasinski effortlessly brings to life one of the scariest horror films this decade.
Blockers can suffer at times from clunky pacing and has some unnecessary scenes in its conclusion, but it makes up for it with great humour and has brilliant chemistry from John Cena and Ike Barinholtz.
Ready Player One is big, bold, and has an extremely fun adventure at its core which is in part thanks to director Steven Spielberg, and the great acting coming from Tye Sheridan and Olivia Cooke.
The new rebooted Tomb Raider is an extremely fun film with heart and contains an amazing performance by Alicia Vikander as Lara Croft.
Love, Simon has an absolutely beautiful and powerful message, and contains a brilliant performance by Nick Robinson.
A Wrinkle in Time has an amazing story with great characters and beautiful cinematography. However, due to its jumbled storytelling and pacing, occasional dull acting, and underused characters, this film is more disappointing than anything.
The Ritual is effective and exceptionally creepy, despite its fair share of clichés and standard storylines.
Annihilation is one of the most amazing and bone-chillingly bizarre films in several years.
An extremely clever script mixed with brilliant comedic performances from both Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams make Game Night an entertaining treat.
Ryan Coogler gives the character of Black Panther one of the Marvel Cinematic Universe's most refreshing films to date.
Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut Lady Bird proves to be a great start, as it boasts excellent performances from Saoirse Ronan, and Laurie Metcalf to name a few.
The Cloverfield Paradox is a colossal disappointment as its script is incredibly lazy, has next to no suspense, and its characters are unlikable due to thin character development.
With Paddington 2, the script has a surprising charm with a deeply touching emotional story at its core, and it is one of my favorite family films in recent years.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is one of the most well-written and directed films in the past few years.
Great performances all across the board, most notably from Streep and Hanks, as well as an extremely tense and emotional script, The Post is a truly entertaining watch.
Insidious: The Last Key only has one amazing performance, that of Lin Shaye. The rest of the film is a tired and uninspired attempt at scaring viewers by relying solely on jump scares, and inserts more unnecessary jokes than ever before.
Star Wars: The Last Jedi exceeds all expectations, delivering a deeply emotional and shocking story, while also further expanding on fan favorite characters.
Ingrid Goes West is a film that has a surprising amount of heart, emotional thrill-rides, and speaks a dark and disturbing truth about the day-to-day reliance on social media.
Thor: Ragnarok is an extremely fun, action-packed comedy extravaganza, topped off with a stellar soundtrack.
The performances by Desiree Akhavan and Mark Duplass elevate this sequel to great heights.
If you want to sit back, relax, and watch a mindless and entertaining horror film, Jigsaw will satisfy you immensely. But, viewers that are searching for something with a more intelligent story full of psychological thrills much like the original 2004 film, will be disappointed.
Happy Death Day is a fairly fun and enjoyable horror film that has some truly suspenseful and gruesome scenes, with a very talented cast.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle is a wacky, and extremely fun thrill-ride that never halts on action, and its great humour.
The Emoji Movie is one of the most unnecessary films I have seen, and bores its target audience.
With Dunkirk, director/writer Nolan proves yet again he can master any genre with an emotional and moving story, that never feels stale, and oozes with tension.
With a tear-jerking story filled with tons of great character development, perfect mixtures of action, and buildup, every element of the film worked perfectly.
Boasting teen charm from Tom Holland, and having the world that these characters are living in feel so real, Spider-Man: Homecoming screams excitement, wit, and most of all, fun.
A Ghost Story is an incredible and vastly unique experience that will leave viewers on edge.
Transformers: The Last Knight is the weakest and most dreadful entry in the long-running series.
Blade Runner 2049 tells a truly gripping story and has a brilliant sense of direction thanks to Denis Villeneuve.
Cult of Chucky is the seventh entry in the series, and unfortunately never tries anything new. It instead follows the same cliché formula of its previous outings, and its slasher scenes are limited and feels horribly uninspired.
Trey Edward Shults' latest film boasts true horror, and does not contain any monsters - which is brilliant. The real "monster" in the film is fear itself, which is darkly and deeply disturbing.
Gal Gadot's solo outing as Wonder Woman is a breathtaking ride, filled with suspenseful action sequences, great direction from Patty Jenkins, and has a story that was extremely intriguing.
The fifth instalment in the iconic Pirates of the Caribbean film is a ton of fun to watch, and adds Javier Bardem as perhaps one of the creepiest and most entertaining villains to watch on screen in the past five years in film.
Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul is a vastly disappointing sequel that could have been a reinvigerating film in the series, but instead falls flat to to its new actors, and inmature sense of humor, that the other films did not use.
James Gunn delivers a sequel that is a major step-up from the first film, improving on not only the incredible eye-candy action sequences, but our heroes that we first got to see in 2014.
The Circle is a film with a bit of potential with a promising story that unfortunately goes nowhere and always falls flat right when it gets the viewer enthralled in it all.