Never mind if you're a Marvel fan or a DC fan or a Fast and Furious fan, the perpetually charming Tom Cruise's latest entry in the Mission Impossible series is the best piece of blockbuster action extravaganza that you'd have seen in some time.
Forgettable at best and a good concept squandered away at worst, there's nothing horrifically or catastrophically wrong with Pixels, but it's hardly a film that'll join those special memories of you playing those enjoyable arcade games hours at end a...
Paul Rudd and Michael Pena shine through and the shrinking superpower presents a world of opportunities, but neither is director Peyton Reed as skillful nor is Marvel as libertarian to elevate Ant-Man beyond enjoyable but underwhelming levels.
Minions is fun and adorable as it starts off, but turns out to be a listless, plotless, cash-grabby Despicable Me spinoff film that unsuccessfully tries to coast on our affection towards its title characters. It probably wasn't meant to be anyway.
Genisys starts off cleverly with a fresh take on a familiar plot, before drowning under the weight of its own smarts. Still, director Alan Taylor gives you enough entertainment to make this time-traveling adventure a decent way to pass time.
With stellar performances, screwball characters, seemingly endless supply of insults and profanities, and a laugh-per-minute ratio that keeps increasing as the film goes on, Paul Feig's Spy is the perfect way to spend two hours this weekend.
Jurassic World had too many excuses to turn out badly. Instead, Colin Trevorrow manages to put together a film that's equal parts entertaining and nostalgic. It may not be Jurassic Park, but this is as close as you could come to replicating it's epic...
San Andreas is a rather faithful disaster-actioner that's almost always gorgeous to look at and occasionally thrilling in its building porn, but is let down by its cardboard characters and some uninspired writing.
Tomorrowland is a bunch of half-formed ideas that have been tied up together in a neat, visually stunning package that doesn't make much sense. It is also a majorly disappointing film from director Brad Bird, from whom you'd expect better.
Any doubts you might've had about the return of the Mad Max franchise after 30 years are put to rest within the first few minutes itself. Thereon, Fury Road makes for a thrillingly nightmarish ride through the dust, and easily the best one in the ser...
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