Pet Sematary movie review: Horror aficionados Kevin Kölsch and Dennis Widmyer are helped by a solid cast, who help establish the Creeds as a family who love each other and, importantly, whom we come to care for.
Hellboy movie review: David Harbour of Stranger Things does a fine enough job as the brick-red man who emerged from the depths of hell with sawed horns on the forehead, a tail and a metallic hammer-like appendage for an arm.
Fighting With My Family movie review: Based on a true story about a British 18-year-old who remains the youngest WWE diva champion ever, Fighting With My Family puts its actors in a familiar arena and still manages to deliver a punch.
How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World movie review: The story of Hiccup and his Night Fury called Toothless seems stretched and contrived, full of noisy battles, and stuffed with just too many fire-breathing giants.
Wonder Park movie review: The film stretches a point to its limit, even as it stretches our patience with all it packs in to ensure bang and laughs -- falling short on both, even as many minor characters indulge in incomprehensible banter.
Captain Marvel review: Writer-directors Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck keep the action moving fast and do not linger over any episodes. It's also an origin story with a difference, as we meet Brie Larson first as Vers, a member of the Kree Civilisation's 'Starforce'.
While the idea is stretched and the film sags to the point of boring, what also drags it down is the constant attempt to establish that what we have on screen are essentially toys, and the drama playing out in their lives is essentially a factor of those playing with them.
Mary Queen of Scots movie review: It is hard to believe Saoirse Ronan is the same girl from Ladybird of a year ago, such is the conviction she brings to the role of a woman who believes it her divine right to rule.
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.