Love & Mercy falls into standards biopic fare at times, but Dano, Banks, and Giamatti are great and the film excels at showing the creation of the music.
Inside Out is another enjoyable, poignant, high-quality film from Pixar that deftly navigates the complicated world of emotions and memories.
Jurassic World relies heavily on the nostalgia factor, almost to its detriment, in creating a summer thrill ride that returns viewers to the island of dinosaurs.
Spy gets the most out of the talent of Melissa McCarthy and it’s impressive supporting cast, including Jason Statham in one of the funniest movies of the year.
San Andreas is firmly planted in “so bad it’s good” territory that you can enjoy the movie in spite of its noticeable shortcomings.
Aloha is an incoherent mess that shows a distressing decline in quality from earlier Crowe films.