A smart, queasy riff on abduction thrillers that’s heavy on psychological heft and light on pulp.
An appealing, if wildly familiar, teen romance that benefits from its engaged lead and director.
In 2017, no one can hear you scream for an existential sci-fi thriller.
A portrait of the controversial political strategist that stops short of real interrogation.
A shaggy adventure comedy that squeaks by on the strength of its committed leads.
Guy Ritchie’s update of the Arthurian tales makes a lot of noise, to disappointing returns.
Doug Liman’s intimate, small-cast military drama mostly hits its politically fraught marks.
Marvel’s unlikeliest blockbuster heroes return for the rare excellent sequel.
A nimble, genre-bending ghost story with a strange tone all its own.
A warning about the fully-connected future that largely misses its marks.
E.L. Katz and Macon Blair’s merciless thriller will turn your heart into coal.
The best quippy, feature-length trifle of a shootout you’ll ever see.