Tom Holland's second Spider-Man film for the MCU is a great joy.
The X-Men series meets its end but doesn't give the goodbye it promises.
A final showdown with Thanos also provides a perfect culmination for the 22-film story established by the Marvel Cinematic Universe over the course of eleven years.
M. Night Shyamalan's latest isn't quite the superhero film one would expect after so long.
DC brings an old character to the screen in what may be the best film that their own cinematic universe has seen thus far.
The aquatic superhero doesn't quite strike gold, but it still embraces its own ridiculousness.
Though its heroics don't quite hit the spot, there's a lot to like about Carol Danvers' introduction to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
This new cinematic interpretation of the beloved superhero carries more than just the joys of what made Spider-Man's legacy resonate with many.
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A fourteen year wait for a sequel to Pixar's 2004 classic has paid off perfectly.