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OLD – “High concept. Big stakes. Paltry payoff”

SPACE JAM: A NEW LEGACY – “Part zany adventure, part Warner Bros. ad campaign”

FEAR STREET PART THREE: 1666 – “Delivers a compellingly terrifying conclusion”

PIG – “A swine and dandy tale of bittersweet passions”

BLACK WIDOW – “Shines as a stellar MCU standalone with action to spare”

FEAR STREET PART TWO: 1978 – “Is Friday the 13th on acid”

PETER RABBIT 2: THE RUNAWAY – “Amounts to silly amusement with a big heart”

FEAR STREET PART ONE: 1994 – “A blood-spattered teen slasher done right”

THE FOREVER PURGE – “Yet another captivating take on the twisted premise”

ZOLA – “One sassy and salacious trip”

THE BOSS BABY: FAMILY BUSINESS – “The overstuffed shenanigans are actually fairly entertaining”

THE ICE ROAD – “The plot could have used some major de-icing”

GAIA – “A wickedly crafted environmental horror”

FATHERHOOD – “A genuinely heartfelt experience without the excess sap”

HITMAN’S WIFE’S BODYGUARD – “Obnoxiously over the top”

LUCA – “A summertime charmer for the whole family”

FLASHBACK – “An inspired mind-bender”

IN THE HEIGHTS – “A must-see mix of musical and visual splendor”

THE CONJURING: THE DEVIL MADE ME DO IT – “Serviceable frights in a sinister story”

SPIRIT UNTAMED – “Trots out a pleasant, albeit cliched, family-fun adventure”

SPIRAL – “Adds a fresh coat of blood red paint to an otherwise tired premise”

CRUELLA – “There’s perhaps 101 reasons to like it”

BODY BROKERS – “Straddles the line between sobering drama and thrilling entertainment”

ARMY OF THE DEAD – “A blockbuster-sized blast of blood and guts entertainment”

THE DRY – “A solid dose of simmering suspense and tension”

THOSE WHO WISH ME DEAD – “The good news: Angelina Jolie’s still got it”

THE WOMAN IN THE WINDOW – “Rear Window it’s not”

DRIFTING SNOW – “Successfully delivers a genuine human (and Canadian) experience”

WRATH OF MAN – “Yet another first-rate gritty crime actioner from Guy Ritchie”

MONSTER – “Plays like an MTV version of Law and Order”

THE MITCHELLS VS. THE MACHINES – “Colourful, meaningful, and just plain fun”

TOM CLANCY’S WITHOUT REMORSE – “Visceral action highs in an otherwise challenged story”

HERE ARE THE YOUNG MEN – “An appropriately in-your-face dissection of toxic masculinity”

MORTAL KOMBAT – “Amounts to ultra-bloody fan service – and that’s a good thing”

STOWAWAY – “A tedious space drama with few fits of serviceable suspense”

IN THE EARTH – “As trippy as it is terrifying”

NOBODY – “A balls to the wall goldmine of violent action”

NOMADLAND – “Beautifully sincere and heartwarmingly curious”

THUNDER FORCE – “A cringe-tastic viewing experience”

HELD – “Promising premise – disastrous execution”

GODZILLA VS. KONG – “Mass destruction = mass entertainment”

FRENCH EXIT – “Wonderfully weird with a delicious turn by Michelle Pfeiffer”

CONCRETE COWBOY – “Quite the profoundly affecting urban western”

BAD TRIP – “An oddly enjoyable ride”

IRON MASK – “A way overblown fantasy with major head-scratching results”


THE FATHER – “A dizzying display of expert craftsmanship at work”

CHERRY – “Amounts to an ambitiously stylized showcase for Tom Holland’s acting chops”

YES DAY – “Inoffensive fluff for the whole family”

CRISIS – “A mostly gripping, albeit over-the-top, multi-perspective look at the opioid crisis”




$27 million



Ghostbusters: Afterlife
$24.5 million



House of Gucci
$14.23 million



$7.9 million