There are bad movies, then there are Michael Bay Transformers bad movies. According to the critics, this 2017 installment is up there with the worst.
The Tupac Shakur biopic has been slammed by critics for their use of creative license that fails to focus on the rapper's true legacy and talent.
Part Weekend at Bernie's, part The Hangover, part Very Bad Things, this ensemble ladies night romp packs a punch according to the critics.
Written off as limp and uninspiring from the critics, this inaugural Dark Universe installment for Universal has opened to yawns and shrugs.
Shifting from the dark cynicism of BvS and showcasing a hero unashamedly out to end evil, DC and Warner Brothers have finally scored big with the critics.
The new film from David Michôd has enough ingredients to be entertaining, but does not quite fulfil its obvious potential for the reviewers.
Critics have gone to down on the Dwayne Johnson comedy, slamming it for it's use of homophobic R-rated humor that is over the top.
Described as a greatest hits version that is inspired by previous James Cameron and Ridley Scott's installments, the franchise has learned lessons of 2012.
Guy Ritchie's bold attempt at reviving a classic character has not won over the critics as they slam his use of poetic license.
Like many breakout performers early on, the sequel has flattered to deceive in some quarters as James Gunn follows on from the 2014 original.
Their early fate has been made clear by the reviewers who believe that F. Gary Gray has let his imagination go with this crazy eighth installment.
The live-action US version has been praised for it's visuals, but as far as the screenplay version is concerned, the critics are less than impressed.