Booksmart is a delightfully real, emotional, and hilarious coming-of-age experience with astonishing performances.
Although Aladdin does suffer from a weak villain, poor dialogue and a bloated running time, it makes up for it with its characters, music, and its sense of childlike wonder.
Brightburn is a thrilling and delightfully creepy experience with lots of fun to be had, but often lacks in the department of character development and world building.
Paul Schrader's First Reformed is an astonishingly grounded and unsettling look at the steady decline of a man losing hope with incredible writing and exceptional performances, notably by Ethan Hawke and Amanda Seyfried.
John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum is yet another exhilarating addition to the franchise, with Keanu Reeves and Halle Berry being true standout action stars.
Filled with cringe-worthy, weak humor and drastically wasted performances, The Hustle is one of the most forgettable comedies in years.