Bottom-Line: Full of action, heart, and wonder, DC finds success in their universe with Wonder Woman.
Bottom-Line: Enchanting and fun, the live-action adaptation of the Disney classic is a faithful adaptation that all ages can enjoy.
Bottom-Line: Fantastic Beasts manages to step back into the world that the Harry Potter franchise introduced with a new flavor in the exploration of the wizarding world in America amongst its second round of the Salem Witch Trials.
Bottom-Line: It’s not perfect but it doesn’t deserve the slamming from critics. Entertaining throughout and should satisfy fans of comic books/Suicide Squad.
Bottom-Line: Another solid movie for Star Trek. Although not quite as good as its predecessors, the on-pace humor, action, and dialogue makes it entertaining to watch.
Bottom line: A rare match to its predecessor, Finding Dory is full of heart and humor following the journey of a forgetful (yet endearing) fish.
Bottom-Line: Full of heart and muscles, Central Intelligence is full of laughs from start to finish with a surprisingly more complex storyline than trailers advertise.
Bottom line: Plenty of scary and creepy elements to satisfy fans of the genre plus some much needed humor and love merged with an engaging storyline.
Bottom line: A better trilogy than Iron Man’s and better film than Age of Ultron, but falls short to The Winter Soldier.
Here we go! (Finally!) This portion of the post is just a small/quick, non-spoiler review of the film. For an extended look, and what I found worked/didn’t work, will be clearly noted below. That portion will also contain spoilers.