Wheelman could very well take Frank Grillo’s career to the next level as it shows how strong his charisma is.
Though certain plot elements require more forgiveness than you may be able to muster, Koe no Katachi (A Silent Voice) may end up being considered this year’s Your Name.
Madea returns and while this film will in no way win her new fans, and may lose some old ones, she still brings the funny.
The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) is a reminder that most comedians, after their peaks in comedy are more history than current, can usually find new life in dramatic roles.
Horror comedies are usually downright terrible, but The Babysitter is not only an exception but makes a blueprint to follow.
One Percent More Humid lacks investment in its tragedy to the point it makes the survivor’s tears for naught.
In The Foreigner, Jackie Chan combines a timely backstory, mixed with a slightly generic plot, and the type of action you’d only expect from something with his name associated with it.