Counting down the 10 best movies of 2017 - with a few honorable mentions.
This third installment in a needless trilogy about a ragtag a cappella group will play well to its modest fanbase, but by now it's sounding a bit hoarse.
The latest from Pixar is a bit basic given high expectations surrounding every release from the animation behemoth, but it's a bright, intoxicating celebration of heritage and culture that has something for everyone.
Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg bumble and glower their way through an unnecessary holiday sequel that deserves to be skipped.
Bold and layered, dark but often quite funny, "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" is a wonder, a daring mix of tones and themes.
This PTSD-focused drama find the balance between offering social commentary and showing respect for the soldiers whose story it tells.
Big Picture Big Sound's reviewers take a break from the latest fare to discuss their favorite spooky movies just in time for Halloween.
Appropriately chilly and distant, "My Friend Dahmer" is an origin story about the makings of one of the most infamous serial killers in history.
Despite some moments that lag, this story about the firefighting Granite Mountain Hotshots is a respectful tribute to a team of real-life superheroes.
This snapshot view of an early case in Thurgood Marshall's career features a confident performance by Chadwick Boseman but fails to provide much insight into this influential figure.