In Fallout, Tom Cruise runs, jumps, falls, fist-fights, sky-dives, and clambers up rope and cliff in service of…what exactly?
Like the teenagers at its center, Hot Summer Nights tries too hard to look cooler than it ever could be.
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.