Antoine Fuqua's The Equalizer 2 is symptomatic of a confused time when people are collectively looking for invulnerable superheroes.
The Mamma Mia! sequel's flaws are overridden by infectious moments that, to take a cue from ABBA, you couldn't escape if you wanted to.
Blindspotting takes aim at myriad targets and bluntly satirizing them in disparate styles that never mesh into a cohesive whole.
Unfriended: Dark Web is preposterously conceived, but writer-director Stephen Susco so tightly, excitingly executes it that you hardly notice.
The documentary McQueen suggests that Alexander McQueen always designed as a matter of survival, if not reparation.