Replicas movie review: Director Jeffrey Nachmanoff squanders most of his time filming some futuristic science that has Keanu Reeves moving his hands about a lot as a virtual map of presumably a brain pops up when he wears a headgear.
Ben is Back movie review: Lucas Hedges, who was so, so good in the recent Boy Erased, plays a similar character here, if in different circumstances. As the son who repeatedly disappoints and knows it, he is very good.
Mortal Engines movie review: After a while, the scenes are a blur, of metal, machines, and loud music. It's obvious director Rivers had to pack in a lot to see this series started, but by the time he ends, the prospect of some more of this to follow seems daunting.
Creed 2 movie review: With the underlying fathers-and sons theme of this particular Rocky spin-off established, the plot charts a familiar trajectory, from self-doubt to triumph, in and outside the ring, as most boxing films.
The Girl in the Spider's Web movie review: The film should do good for Claire Foy’s career, with the British actor making as clean a break as one can imagine from her stiff-upper-lip role in the TV series The Crown.
Bohemian Rhapsody movie review: Rami Malek puts in an astonishing bit of work getting Freddie right (especially with those teeth), and makes light work of it, his eyes reflecting the hunger the film never sweats to show.
Hunter Killer movie review: What is more entertaining is how far Gerard Butler and the others take their macho American act, tinged with Butler occasionally trying something different and staring long and intently.