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Iron Man, Chris Pratt and Tom Cruise headline one of the biggest movie summers ever. Here's your guide to the films you need to watch at least twice
The Dark Knight may be the hero we need and deserve, but even he makes some bonehead moves. Check out this list of his best (worst) face-palms.
Paul Walkers final film boasts some terrific stunts, but misfires with a frequently frustrating plot that's stuck in neutral.
The directors of "Captain America: Winter Soldier" are the perfect choice to fill Joss Whedon's shoes and helm Marvel's "Avengers: Infinity War" films.
From "Captain America: Civil War" to "Batman v Superman," Marvel and DC have slates jam-packed with "cant miss" films -- especially these potential epics.
As Cap, Iron Man and more Avengers prepare to enlist for Marvel's next movie event, CBR has your primer on Summer 2016's most anticipated blockbuster.
If Spider-Man can swing from Sony over to Marvel, can Wolverine join him as part of the MCU alongside the Avengers and other heroes?
Director Neill Blomkamp's sentient robot tale looks beautiful, but the story shows little logic and possesses even less soul.
As a tribute to Leonard Nimoy, who passed away Friday at age 83, it seems only logical to revisit his best big-screen moments as the beloved Vulcan.
An insane amount of chemistry between the two leads, and a really clever dialogue, elevate this piece of good-not-great matinee entertainment.
WIth Spider-Man's movie future changing direction following a disappointing sequel, CBR looks back at some sequel stinkers from the past decade.
As Marvel Studios swoops in to save the webslinger, SPINOFF takes a look at the main reasons he needed rescuing in the first place.
The third "Trek" movie isn't the first to suffer production woes. From "Alien 3" to "Ghostbusters 3," check out some other notable troubled sequels.
Impressive action and set design can't save the Wachowskis' tale about the badass version of Barf from "Spaceballs" saving the universe’s prettiest toilet scrubber.
Director Kevin Macdonald and star Jude Law deliver an uneven but gripping submarine thriller well worth the admission price.
As the director’s latest, "Blackhat," crashes at the box office, maybe it’s time for the director of "Heat" to make his own "Dark Knight."
The director's first film since "Public Enemies" places Chris Hemsworth in front of a computer for two frustrating hours that you wish you could 'force quit.'
2015's must-see blockbuster lineup includes the reawakening of "Star Wars," the opening of "Jurassic World" and the conclusion of "The Hunger Games."
Allow John McClane, Bruce Wayne, Tony Stark and Gizmo to help make your holidays a little brighter -- with the help of a few explosions.
Despite the efforts of Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, the sequel arrives at least 15 years too late, and its laughs aren’t enough to make the wait worth it.