'Toni Erdmann' is a thing of rare beauty.
Assassin's Creed is deathly dull.
Sing is Ilumination Entertainment's high note.
'The Autopsy of Jane Doe' is a down and dirty horror movie made with a style and the sure handedness of a master genre filmmaker.
'Fences is an opportunity to watch two of the greatest actors ever spar with the tenacity of a heavyweight championship on the line.
'Passengers' is a wrongheaded waste of everyone's time.
'Solace', the 'Seven' sequel that almost-was, is worth seeing strictly for Colin Farrell.
'Barry' is a surprisingly wonderful portrayal of a young man who just happened to grow up and become president.
Heads will roll and jack-o-lanterns will glow in 'The Barn,' an indie throwback slasher with a palpable adoration for the horror genre.
A Kind of Murder is incredibly stylish, but just kind of okay.
Despite some terrific action sequences, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is stuck on autopilot.
Things to Come, featuring one of the year's best performances, is better as a film about its central character than as a debate about philosophy.