Described as a sharp comedy that quickly transitions into thriller mode, this title has been praised for the directing and lead performances by Jason Bateman and Rachel McAdams.
Critics are split over the merits of Jennifer Lawrence's new blockbuster, delighting in something fresh but maligning the direction and overuse of sex and violence.
To say that critics are raving about this sci-fi blockbuster from Netflix would be an understatement, seeing Natalie Portman lead a film that scares, excites and intrigues.
Critics are glowing over a production that has introduced T'Challa and Wakanda in magnificent style, with some arguing that Michael B. Jordan steals the show.
Described as a good Christmas filler for the family to enjoy over the holidays, this reboot manages to imitate Freak Friday as much as the 1995 original.
Somehow managing to live up to the hype and then some, Rian Johnson's installment stays true to the mythology while playing around with convention.
Seen as more of an anti-sports story that made critics laugh and cringe simultaneously, it is the Australian actress who brings the edgy screenplay to life.
James Franco has been widely acclaimed for his ability to give nuance, humor and tragedy to the real life figure Tommy Wiseau
Set at a short and sharp 95 minutes, this low budget production has finally scored a wider release after debuting at the Tribeca Film Festival.
As the Flash, Aquaman and Wonder Woman are praised for their roles, Steppenwolf and Cyborg have been rounded on in a fun but flawed blockbuster.
Thor: Ragnarok amps up the energy and comedy in the third entry to the franchise.
The critics could not come to a consensus for this Kenneth Branagh reboot, with some delighted and others frustrated at the incredible ensemble cast.