It’s the proverbial breath of fresh air blowing through a stale industry.
Despite its uneven tone, the film is compelling and, perhaps more importantly, relevant.
"The Girl on the Train" doesn’t derail but it’s not the smoothest of rides.
A mediocre horror/comedy that deserves neither high praise nor disparagement.
The movie is for anyone who enjoys sitting through 90 tense minutes and feeling the attendant adrenaline rush.
"Gods of Egypt" is often sloppy and fails in many ways but the cheesy momentum is hard to resist.
"The Good Dinosaur", although an adequate family film, lacks qualities that have made many of Pixar’s previous productions classics.
The film, which captures the feel if not the full charm of the written stories, comes across as an autopilot low-scare monster movie targeted at 7 and 8-year olds.
The psychological thriller "The Gift" subverts the "Fatal Attraction" genre by sprinkling it with a little "Usual Suspects" flavoring.