It might not set your world on fire, but if you're looking to unwind with a little harmless adult fun, this might be just your ticket.
As wild and intense as the action is (and oh boy, is it ever), it's the film's surprising humanity and vulnerability that makes this one of the best action movies ever.
The sequel takes its time getting started, but not without purpose, and certainly not without benefit.
Dwayne Johnson and Neve Campbell carry this one from its strong start to its disappointing end.
It might fit neatly into the Marvel Cinematic Mold, but Ant-Man and the Wasp's brand of fun is surprisingly gentle-minded and family-friendly for a superhero blockbuster. Chuck Winters tells you all about it.
In the middle of a blockbuster-heavy summer comes a movie with small ambitions that nonetheless packs a surprising and wonderful punch. Chuck Winters tells you all about it.
Gary Ross' crack at the Ocean's franchise doesn't quite measure up to Steven Soderbergh's trilogy, but it's a blast to watch regardless. Chuck Winters breaks it down.