Movie reviews

    Welcome to Digital Trends’ movie reviews page, where all of our reviews are compiled for your convenience and reading pleasure. A quick note: since perspectives on movies are so varied and subjective, we don’t assign numeric scores or letter grades with our movie reviews, unlike with our assessments of, say, video games or headphones. We do our best to explain why we feel the way we do on films, but if you agree or disagree with any of our reviews, feel free to let us know in the comments. Happy reading and, of course, happy watching!

    Marvel’s Avengers: Endgame review

    Marvel Studios concludes its 22-film saga with Avengers: Endgame, the sequel to Avengers: Infinity War and the culmination of more than a decade of movies. It gives fans one of the franchise's most epic and emotional installments so far.
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    Hellboy review: A gory, entertaining reboot that sells its soul for spectacle

    Stranger Things star David Harbour dons the horns and right hand of doom as the demon hero of Hellboy, but the reboot of the supernatural adventure franchise puts spectacle over heart, and ends up feeling a little too hollow.
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    ‘Creed II’ review

    It'd be easy to write off Creed II as a rematch of Rocky IV, but it hits hard with great performances and a surprisingly layered story that explores complicated themes while still offering cheer-worthy moments.

    ‘Halloween’ review

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    ‘First Man’ review

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    ‘Venom’ review

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    ‘The Predator’ review

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    ‘It’ review

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    ‘Atomic Blonde’ review

    With some of the year’s best action sequences and an extremely cool heroine in Charlize Theron, ‘Atomic Blonde’ makes it easy to forgive story shortcomings. Read our full Atomic Blonde review.
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    Passengers review

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    ‘Arrival’ review

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    ‘Inferno’ review

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    ‘Snowden’ review

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