The film showcases both loyal friendship and restrained romance.
Its weak central plot is offset not only by amusing side stories but by strong values as well.
Grown-ups who yearn to connect with their inner 11-year-old boy are given a two-and-a-half-hour window of opportunity to do so in "Transformers: The Last Knight" (Paramount).
Fasten your seatbelts and start your engines for a wild ride.
The familiar superhero holds the spotlight in the enjoyable adventure "Wonder Woman" (Warner Bros.).
Big Brother is watching you, and he has nothing to do with the government.
Endearing and well-acted, director Marc Webb's drama "Gifted" (Fox Searchlight) might have been a family-friendly movie.
This year's crop of demon-possession plots — that hardy stalwart of horror — kicks off in high style with the very adult "The Blackcoat's Daughter" (A24).
Loss of life is treated with an unusual degree of sober reflection in the suspenseful clash of wits and survival skills that follows.
Only if Beauty grows to love the Beast will the spell be broken, which seems a very long shot for this odd couple.