Spider-Man: Far From Home is a long-winded sequel held back by MCU duties, resulting into a disjointed story with intermittently entertaining asides, a flat romance and forced self-importance.
Booksmart is a buoyant and bracing teen comedy that injects a refreshing perspective to the high school movie formula thanks to pitch-perfect casting, a nuanced script, and an assured directing debut by Olivia Wilde.
Brightburn is a one trick pony filled with a derivative mix of an evil-child horror, slasher flick, and revisionist Superman story.
Godzilla: King of The Monsters is a big dumb mess that consists of relentless dimly-lit destruction, incoherent plot, and mediocre action.
The Aladdin live-action reboot is a pedestrian family fare that can distract easily amused children, while the rest will see a bland copy of the original plagued with deflated musical numbers, cheap-looking visuals, and staid direction.
John Wick 3: Parabellum is a bloated filler in the franchise, but it serves breathtaking violence of guns, gore, and bone-shattering thrills to satiate viewers.