Is it much more than A-list actors performing ABBA karaoke? Arguably, no.
by Nathan Weinbender
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again — rarely has a title been more apropos...
Teen Titans Go! to the Movies offers a kid-friendly superhero satire
By Josh Bell
Bohemian Rhapsody gives Freddie Mercury the cursory biopic treatment
Join us on Aug. 16 for a free, family-friendly outdoor Grease sing-along
By Nathan Weinbender
Three Identical Strangers tells of triplets separated at birth, and the implications of their reunion
A father and daughter test their bond in the affecting Leave No Trace
The documentary The Gospel According to André sings the praises of a style icon
The musical indie dramedy Hearts Beat Loud is charming but slight
Ant-Man and the Wasp is a palate cleanser for the Marvel Cinematic Universe
The Chekhov Challenge: The Seagull is a noble attempt at translating a literary great to the big screen
Stranger than Fiction: American Animals grapples with an outlandish true story
Won't You Be My Neighbor? paints an inviting and humanizing picture of Mr. Rogers
Will they never learn? Humans return to the dino island in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
By Maryann Johanson
The hero family makes a welcome, if predictable, return in Incredibles 2
As TAG hits Spokane screens, here are a few things we couldn't fit in last week's epic cover story
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Game Over: Tag turns a compelling real-life story into a mediocre studio comedy
Tag the Movie, starring Jeremy Renner and Jon Hamm, is based on a true Spokane story. Here's that story.
Film festival horror favorite Hereditary delivers mixed results
The stylish Ocean's 8 gets by on pure charm
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