Hateship Loveship contains a truly terrific performance from Kristen Wiig and has great camerawork, but it's too poorly paced to get invested in the story.
Although The Lion King boasts incredible visuals and has beautiful musical numbers, it is a film that ultimately feels soulless and is much weaker than the original.
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.
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.
With Get Out, Jordan Peele does a magnificent job at making a film that scares the daylights out of you, while also managing to be a hilarious and philosophical masterpiece.