The summer movie season has a few weeks left, but most of the big guns have already been unleashed. From Captain America: Civil War in April to Warcraft in June, Ghostbusters in July, and Suicide Squad in August, it’s been quite the up and down summer. And we want to know your thoughts.
What are your picks for the best, and worst, films of 2016? Did you love Finding Dory? Did you hate it? Were you disappointed with Independence Day Resurgence? Where does X-Men: Apocalypse rank? If it came out between April and August, it’s fair game. So have at it!
One day, one of the new Star Trek films will be more than the sum of its parts—the parts being a nearly perfect cast. But until then we have Star Trek Beyond. Read more >>
The movie itself is a strange blend of different tones, stories, and pacing all mashed into something that has cool individual elements, but never really comes together. Read more >>
About two minutes into the R-rated animated food movie Sausage Party I had a realisation — the film that the trailers were advertising was not the movie I was watching. Read more >>
I ain't afraid of no internet troll – despite my own reservations towards Paul Feig's female-fronted Ghostbusters reboot, it turns out it's not half bad at all. Read more >>
Independence Day Resurgence feels like someone took the original film and fast forwarded to only the action scenes. Read more >>
Captain America: Civil War is an incredible action film, deftly handling a huge ensemble cast and its heaviest themes with care, while managing to revel in the fun of comic book absurdity at the same time. Read more >>
Starts well but tails off pretty poorly. Read more >>
In its obvious hopes to become a huge franchise, the film is constantly setting up things that very rarely pay off. Read more >>
Finding Dory should not be a good movie. But somehow, not only is Finding Dory good, it’s great. Read more >>
Movies need drama. This is a fact. No matter what the genre, if we’re always sure of the outcome, nothing matters. In The Legend of Tarzan, there’s not a moment where anything is in doubt. Read more >>