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Robert Yaniz Jr. - Movie Editor
Mission: Impossible — Fallout arrives later this summer, but perhaps it's time for Tom Cruise to prepare for the end of Ethan Hunt's story.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom treads too much familiar ground upfront but winds up in a place that will certainly leave fans talking.
Reports claim that director Matt Reeves' long-gestating The Batman currently centers on a young Dark Knight. Here's why it shouldn't.
Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl and the gang are finally back for a follow-up to Pixar's 2004 hit. But are The Incredibles still in top form?
Featuring a stellar comedic ensemble, Tag delivers plenty of laughs and fun performances, even as it struggles to find the right tone.
Now that we've seen the Bumblebee trailer, signs continue to indicate that the prequel/spinoff could truly rehabilitate Paramount's Transformers franchise and effectively set the stage for the announced shared universe.
After Solo, Lucasfilm may be working on several different Star Wars spinoffs, but here are a few more the studio should consider adding to its queue.
Alden Ehrenreich inherits the role of Han Solo in Ron Howard's new film, Solo: A Star Wars Story. But where does this latest release rank among all the previous Star Wars films? Let's find out.
Overcoming a troubled production, Solo: A Star Wars Story delivers a serviceable addition to the fan-favorite franchise but falls short of living up to its main character's legacy.
If there's one thing audiences love more than an amazing superhero origin story, it's a sequel that can improve upon it. Here are 12 superhero films bested by their follow-ups.
Don't let these promising summer movies get lost in the season's shuffle of sequels, prequels and reboots.
Even though Breaking In isn't quite a disaster, Gabrielle Union still has the unfortunate task of leading a pretty mediocre thriller.
Jason Reitman, Diablo Cody and Charlize Theron reteam for Tully, a harrowing look at the pressure and strain of being a mother.
Captain Marvel hasn't even arrived yet, but she'll have plenty of company in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Here are the MCU's most badass women.
The studios are trotting out their best franchise fare this summer, but here are the ones most likely to make a splash online and at the box office.
Avengers: Infinity War is the 19th entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but here are the five films that are most important to see beforehand.
Earth's Mightiest Heroes face an intergalactic threat when Thanos finally arrives on Earth, but does the MCU's most ambitious project to date bring the epic adventure fans are hoping for?
An ensemble cast led by Bryan Cranston lends its voices to Isle of Dogs, writer/director Wes Anderson's stop-motion animated follow-up to 2009's Fantastic Mr. Fox.
Twenty years have passed since Blade kicked off the modern age of superhero movies. Here are the best we've gotten since then.
Rachel McAdams and Jason Bateman head a charming ensemble cast in Game Night, an R-rated comedy that keeps viewers guessing (and laughing) the whole time.