Courtesy of an early test screen a couple of months before the official premiere, the response has been overwhelmingly positive.
Emma Stone and Steve Carell steal the show to showcase the real life 1973 tennis match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs.
This Warner Brothers Animation title avoided taking some risks of their predecessors, but the visual enjoyment is still enough to be worth the admission price.
The story of Tommy Wiseau and his hilariously bad 2003 romantic drama The Room has been showcased by James and Dave Franco, and most of the critics like what they see.
Despite a cas boasting the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Shannon, this biographical picture fails to capitalize on a compelling story.
This picture from Mike White has been praised by critics who see this pleasurable title as an exploration of the male midlife crisis.
While director Andy Muschietti has been praised for sticking to the subject material from Stephen King, some elements leave this installment lacking.
Seen as a sickening, stomach-churning film for some and a staggering surprise for others, this is a feature not to be missed for those that like to be provoked.
While the release is still some days away, the critics have given two thumbs up for an adaptation that honors the work of Stephen King.
With his Edge of Tomorrow filmmaker Doug Liman back on the scene, this biographical comedy-thriller sees Cruise return to that cocky persona we knew and loved from the 90s.
Critics have not been impressed with this tame effort by Netflix as the white-washing controversy appears to be the least of their concerns.
Derided for going over-the-top with the blood and carnage while lacking the comedic touch, this feature has been slammed by critics.