The longer Marvel's monolithic cinematic experiment progresses, the more miraculous its best movies seem.
Five college students spend a weekend at someone's cabin when things go full horror movie.
Hemsworth's work is emblematic of what makes J.J. Abrams' "Star Trek" so wonderful: its humanity.
Ron Howard's whip-smart and exhilarating sports film is about the rivalry which fueled Formula 1 Racing's glory days.
"Avengers: Endgame" is the end of Tchaikovsky's "1812 Overture" extended to a three-hour length.
"Thor: Ragnarok" is admired and remembered for its gonzo sense of humor, it's also the most radical Marvel movie.
"Bad Times at the El Royale" failed as a "Cabin in the Woods" follow-up, but Drew Goddard's meta-horror blockbuster.
"Blackhat" takes a steely-eyed look at technological collapse and the meltdown of financial systems.
"Ghostbusters" is an affront to art-making decency. Paul Feig's funny movie gets lost in this chatter and it shouldn't.
There's a fight scene during the back half of "Extraction" where gun-for-hire Tyler Rake fights a gang of mercenary street kids.