Although Bloodshot has some fun and entertaining action on display, its poorly paced story and incredibly weak villains make it an underwhelming dud.
The Mimic isn't as amusing and funny as it could have been, but it makes up for the lack of laughs with terrific performances and stellar technical elements.
Onward may not be the most emotionally riveting Pixar film to date, but it's still a highly entertaining and beautifully animated blast.
Spenser Confidential is an admirable, but heavily sloppy effort, with its tonally inconsistent screenplay and unfunny humor, even if its action set pieces are fun.
Big Time Adolescence may not be the most original outing, but it's still a deeply funny and surprisingly heartfelt coming-of-age story.
Charming, sweet, and often deeply gripping and emotional, All the Bright Places is a mesmerizing coming-of-age story told with immense skill.
Run This Town ultimately doesn't go anywhere with its underwhelming and bland script that doesn't quite handle its ideas in a satisfying way.
Inventive and brilliantly suspenseful, The Invisible Man is a masterclass of horror, and further cements Leigh Whannell as one of the genre's most exciting voices.