A mess of a movie, despite a career-best turn from Tom Holland.
An aggressive, brooding thesis about the role of religion and the cycle of violence that routinely corrupts our basic humanity.
The heavy themes of loss and the meaning of family will likely resonate with those who’ve lost a loved one and still yearn for one more day.
A film that manages to make history come alive in an epic story of competition, business sense, and celebrity that literally lit up the modern world in the late 1800s.
An undemanding summer blockbuster that should satisfy those looking for a way to beat the heat for a couple of hours.
I’ve never been a fan of Spider-Man and this film failed to win me over.