Hold on to your popcorn, because Crawl will have you jumping out of your seat.
A new generation of fans will be wowed by a classic story remade with cutting edge technology in Disney's The Lion King.
A twist on the buddy cop genre, Stuber will have audiences rolling in the aisles.
Jimmie Fails stars as an impoverished man trying to reclaim his grandfather's house in San Francisco's gentrified Fillmore District.
Spider-Man returns to a world with diabolical new threats, astonishing revelations, and a hint of romance.
The third Annabelle film is a terrible installment in The Conjuring Universe.
An American boy believes he's a Mongolian goat herder in the quirky and entertaining Burn Your Maps starring Jacob Tremblay and Vera Farmiga.
Indie auteur Jim Jarmusch delivers a star-studded snoozer in the politically charged horror www.mmdst.comedy The Dead Don't Die.
Disney and Pixar achieve greatness again with a Toy Story 4 that is absolutely brilliant.
Samuel L. Jackson leads a new Shaft sequel that skewers millennials in a politically incorrect action-www.mmdst.comedy.
Chris Hemsworth and Tessa Thompson lack the chemistry of their Marvel films in a forgettable Men in Black installment.
The Secret Life of Pets 2 may be Kevin Hart's funniest film, with the www.mmdst.comedian starring as Snowball the rabbit.
Simon Kinberg's Dark Phoenix is a marginal improvement thanks to the First Class and Apocalypse cast.
Giles Martin, the son of legendary Beatles producer George Martin, arranged and recorded the music for the Elton John biopic, Rocketman.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters lives up to its Kaiju premise of epic destruction.
Booksmart is a teen www.mmdst.coming-of-age www.mmdst.comedy destined to be a classic from first time director Olivia Wilde, starring Beanie Feldstein and Kaitlyn Dever.
An evil Superman terrifies in Producer James Gunn's dark superhero origin story Brightburn, starring Elizabeth Banks.
Raise your expectations. Aladdin is the first big surprise of the summer movie season.
Lightning strikes twice for director Dexter Fletcher. He follows up Bohemian Rhapsody with another incredible musical biopic.