Saban's Power Rangers, unlike it's litany of TV incarnations, is a reboot of the original series. It updates the story of how the original 5 rangers: Jason (Dacre Montgomery), Kimberly (Naomi Scott), Billy (RJ Cyler), Zack (Ludi Lin) and Trini (Becky G.); become the teenage super heroes that we all know.
Despite having a surprisingly large cast, full of big names Kong: Skull Island, actually features the great ape as the main character.
Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard star in a confusing movie based on a confusing video game that, if nothing else is cool to look at.
Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence star in a Sci-Fi take on Castaway combined with a love story. It has some potentially confusing things to say about the actions that people will/should take for love and companionship.
J.K. Rowling's Wizarding world has returned to the big screen. The first entry in the Fantastic Beasts story seems like it's going into territory that's more familiar than the advertising would have you believe.
The next iteration of the Star Wars franchise, is its own standalone movie more than it is a part of the Star Wars Saga. Be warned, there are spoilers that follow.
Antoine Fuqua (Training Day and The Equalizer) directed this remake of John Sturges' 1960 re-imagining of a Japanese classic.
Benedict Cumberbatch stars in the next MCU entry. This one is a partial origin story that introduces a lighter, funnier version of the future Sorcerer Supreme.
Justin Lin directs the most recent entry into the Star Trek franchise, written by Simon Pegg. Star Trek Beyond feels kind of like a TV episode more than a movie.
This raunchy Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg begins by relying on crassness and low level humor. Then, all of a sudden, it becomes a story that addresses faith, religion, social taboos, community, perception and...a literal food orgy.