It's not as brilliant and brutal as its predecessor, but it sustains thrill and charm even when its hindered by poor dialogue and unnecessary cameos. What always felt like a completely useless sequel turns out to be just alright. Kingsman: The Golden Circle Result: B
It is no remarkable or unique horror film, but it is thoroughly entertaining and overwhelmingly terrifying. Bill Skarsgård's portrayal of Pennywise the Dancing Clown is the stuff of nightmares. A brilliant adaptation. Result: A
While Patrick Hughes' genre mishmash is no unique and spectacular feat, it does display some brilliant comedy, particularly from the two bickering leads. It won't make waves in any end of 2017 lists, but it's enough for a free afternoon. The Hitman's Bodyguard result: B
One of the most beloved series of all time is well on its way to being the largest shared media franchise in the world. Here is a ranking of the nine films (so far) in J.K. Rowling's Wizarding World.
From Jon Favreau's Iron Man in 2008 to Jon Watts' Spider-Man: Homecoming last month, here are all sixteen films from the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far, ranked.
The real-life courtship of writers Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon provides and heartfelt and wildly hilarious story. The Big Sick is perfect, with wonderful performances from Nanjiani and Zoe Kazan and a laugh-out-loud screenplay. The Big Sick result: A*
The Incredible Jessica James is a charming, charismatic and refreshing romantic comedy. Jessica Williams stars in a heartfelt role and shines alongside Chris O'Dowd in this funny, quirky and distinctive Netflix Original. The Incredible Jessica James result: A
Yet again, Christopher Nolan has made a future classic. The film is harrowing, beautiful and thrilling. He breaks down the three-act structure in an incredibly unique way and directs an incredible cast of actors in an authentic epic that feels like a history lesson as well as a mind-blowing spectacle, in the best way possible. Dunkirk Result: A
Marti Noxon's film gives an honest and authentic look into eating disorders for the most part (as well as displaying some strong performances from new and old faces) yet plummets headfirst into a bizarre and un-compelling final act. To The Bone result: B
With Florence Pugh's incredibly powerful performance and a deliciously dark screenplay, this film is thoroughly harrowing and thrilling. Its execution and direction is simple, creating an even more frightening experience. Filmed beautifully and performed perfectly, this is an undeniable must-see for anyone who loves film.
Lady Macbeth result: A