Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg’s “Sausage Party” is largely unfunny, but it’s not without merit.
David Ayer’s “Suicide Squad” has so much potential, but ultimately falls short with nonsensical reasoning, cloudy action pieces, and an underutilized Joker.
James DeMonaco brings greatness back to Blumhouse with “The Purge: Election Year.”
Marvel asks and answers the important questions with “Captain America: Civil War.”
Jon Favreau’s “The Jungle Book” gives hope to the tired trend of live-action remakes.
“Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” is forced to atone for “Man of Steel,” and for that, we all lose.
Robert Eggers’ directorial debut delivers the kind of horror that will haunt you long after you leave the theater.
“Deadpool” takes the superhero genre and flips it on its head.
Jeremy Saulnier’s festival gem “Green Room” is severely twisted, grim and a lot of fun.
Richard Tanne’s directorial debut, “Southside With You,” evokes a warm sense of familiarity with an Obama origin story.