Movie Reviews Archive

Movie review: The Mind’s Eye

Dan loses his mind over this stellar genre flick.

Movie review: Suicide Squad

Warner Bros. tries once more to jump-start the DC Extended Universe ... and fails yet again.

Movie review: Captain America: Civil War

Marvel pits its heroes against each other in a supremely entertaining blockbuster.

Movie review: Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

Bob's head v brick wall.

Movie review: 10 Cloverfield Lane

New contributor alert! Mike opens the latest Bad Robot mystery box.

Movie review: The Witch

Welcome to the overhype.

Movie review: Deadpool

That'll do, Ryan Reynolds. That'll do.

Movie review: Hail, Caesar!

The Coens take on Old Hollywood in their latest screwball comedy.

Movie review: The Hateful Eight

Tarantino's latest sure is violent ... but does it have more to offer?

Movie review: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Bob’s take)

Not perfect, but good enough to get excited about Star Wars again.

Movie review: Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Stew’s take)

Great new characters highlight a dazzling return to a galaxy far, far away.

Movie review: Creed

Yes, it feels like a Rocky movie ... and a great one at that.

Movie review: Spectre

Another disappointing entry in Daniel Craig's Bond run.

Movie review: The Martian

Bob sciences the shit out of this review.

Movie review: Crimson Peak

Guillermo del Toro once again delivers gorgeous sights with no story to support them.

Movie review: Bridge of Spies

Terrence spies another good Spielberg/Hanks flick.

Movie review: Mission: Impossible — Rogue Nation

Bob happily chooses to accept this Mission.

Movie review: Ant-Man

Age of Ultron give you a headache? Ant-Man might just be the cure!

Movie review: Terminator Genisys

"I'll be back," says Arnie. "Please don't bother," says Bob.

Movie Review: Jurassic World

Maybe better than the other two sequels ... but that's not saying much.

Movie review: Mad Max: Fury Road

The first must-see movie of 2015 has arrived. Stock up on gasoline, everybody.

Movie review: Avengers: Age of Ultron

When can a film be both good and terribly disappointing? When it's from Marvel.