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.
Detective Pikachu is serviceable entertainment for fans who are blind to its convoluted mystery, disjointed storytelling, and middling cuddly noir.
Avengers: Endgame is an epic nostalgia trip that packs enough emotional and action scenes to make fans forget that its a movie marathon of MCU Phase 1 compressed into 3 hours.
The Hellboy remake is a loud, messy and forgettable actioner with cheap visual effects, overstuffed clunky plot, messy editing, and the tone of a whiny emo teenager.
Pet Sematary is an unnecessary remake with middling efforts to justify its existence, turning a great family tragedy into a slasher flick with disposable characters and a routine plot-driven script.