Rocketman is like a stage musical turned movie, and if it wasn't so long and arduous, it could be perfect for both die-hard and casual Elton John fans.
Booksmart may make you feel representing characters like Amy and Molly isn’t enough anymore and that it doesn’t do justice to its supporting cast.
A Dog’s Journey builds upon what was great about A Dog’s Purpose but now has it where the humans and dogs both have an emotionally impactful story.
Compared to the book, the film version of The Sun Is Also A Star loses what made Natasha such a great character and, plainly, is a disappointing adaptation.
Life Like may leave you with a handful of questions, but one character named Henry brings enough intrigue to forget every moment which makes you raise an eyebrow.
Premature presents a touching love story which comes off so deeply personal it’ll lead you to question if it is an ode to the writers’ first love.
Amy Poehler takes a page out of Adam Sandler’s book and has a vacation with her SNL friends, paid for by someone else and made just for her audience.
While there is a bit more innuendo than you may expect, Pokémon Detective Pikachu may just be the rare exception to video game/ card game crossovers.
While comical at times, Rebel Wilson’s style and Anne Hathaway’s, when it comes to comedy, more so clashes than compliments one another.