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DUNGEONS & DRAGONS: HONOR AMONG THIEVES – “Chock-full of fantastical fun and mythological merriment”

MURDER MYSTERY 2 – “Standard Sandler fare with chuckles to be had”

JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 4 – “An unrelenting jaw dropper”

THE TUTOR – “As laughable as it is absurd”

SHAZAM! FURY OF THE GODS – “Not nearly as fully charged as its predecessor”

I LIKE MOVIES – “A delightfully heartfelt and nostalgic coming-of-age gem”

SCREAM VI – “Injects plenty of fresh killer fun into the meta-horror franchise”

65 – “An unremarkable sci-fi slog”

CREED III – “Proves that this franchise can still pack quite the punch – even without Rocky”

LUTHER: THE FALLEN SUN – “Idris Elba shines in this gritty rain-soaked psycho thriller”

COCAINE BEAR – “The math adds up: cocaine + bear = gnarly fun”

WE HAVE A GHOST – “A ho-hum family horror sendup that never quite finds its footing”

ANT-MAN AND THE WASP: QUANTUMANIA – “A vastly strange yet highly imaginative CGI fest”

MARLOWE – “A disappointingly dull misfire”

MAGIC MIKE’S LAST DANCE – “One big thrusting misstep”

YOUR PLACE OR MINE – “Overly chintzy rom-com fare with likable leads”

SOMEBODY I USED TO KNOW – “A well written rom-com character study”

KNOCK AT THE CABIN – “A ticking clock of tension from start to finish”

ALICE, DARLING – “Potent and dripping with conviction”

80 FOR BRADY – “It’s the endearing cast that takes it across the goal-line”

INFINITY POOL – “Terrifyingly transfixing in every which way”

YOU PEOPLE – “Makes for a mixed bag of race relations silliness and cutting social commentary”

SHOTGUN WEDDING – “A comical screwball diversion with a game cast of stars”

MISSING – “A twisty techno thriller with intrigue to spare”

THE SON – “The vital themes and swell performances can’t overcome the overly stilted screenplay”

M3GAN – “The perfect blend of silly camp and chilling horror”

PLANE – “Sticks the landing thanks to Butler’s effortless action hero bravado”

A MAN CALLED OTTO – “Overly predictable, but undeniably heartwarming”

THE PALE BLUE EYE – “A slow burn macabre mystery worth your gaze”

I WANNA DANCE WITH SOMEBODY – “Makes for a watchable Whitney Houston highlight reel, but sadly little else”

THE WHALE – “Brendan Fraser’s emotional being is poured out on screen”

BABYLON – “In 2 words: f***ing wild”

AVATAR: THE WAY OF WATER – “An imaginative and immersive crowd pleaser”

PUSS IN BOOTS: THE LAST WISH – “It’s the delightfully clever script that makes it a cut above the rest”

BARDO, FALSE CHRONICLE OF A HANDFUL OF TRUTHS – “Becomes a laborious exercise in tedium”


GUILLERMO DEL TORO’S PINOCCHIO – “Nothing short of an intricate and sophisticated work of art”

VIOLENT NIGHT – “A wildly entertaining yuletide bloodbath”

SPOILER ALERT – “Undeniably sincere and heartfelt”

THE FABELMANS – “Is Steven Spielberg at his most personal – and the result is unsurprisingly glorious”

STRANGE WORLD – “Gets big ups for its progressive depictions and vibrant visuals, not so much its middling plot”

SHE SAID – “No frills, no problem”

DISENCHANTED – “Missing magic alert!”

THE MENU – “The most deliciously unhinged surprise of the year”

BLACK PANTHER: WAKANDA FOREVER – “A poignant and emotional superhero epic filled with wondrous worldbuilding”

FALLING FOR CHRISTMAS – “A goofy, dumb bushel of fun”

ENOLA HOLMES 2 – “A spirited sequel with flair to spare”

MY POLICEMAN – “A sluggish melodrama that’s beautiful to look at”

PREY FOR THE DEVIL – “Predictable with a paltry number of scares”

ALL QUIET ON THE WESTERN FRONT – “A profound and sobering anti-war epic”




John Wick: Chapter 4
$75.35 million





Scream VI
$8.4 million



Creed III
$8.37 million



$3.25 million