Philbert Dy

‘Mamma Mia: Here We Go Again’ is a Thin but Affable Rehash

Ten years later, Mamma Mia returns with even less of a story to tell

Don Papa Brings New Dimensions to their Spirit

The influence of sherry casks is all over the rummaker's newest limited release

‘Skyscraper’ is Just Another Inferior ‘Die Hard’ Riff

A couple of insane set pieces don't make up for a lack of personality

Labored Plotting Weakens the Appeal of ‘I Love You Hater’

An overly contrived narrative hangs over an otherwise sweet young romance

‘The Maid in London’ is Over Two Hours of Offensive Tedium

Rape is an empty plot device in this painfully boring melodrama

‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ is a Welcome Break from World-Ending Catastrophe

The miniature hero provides a comedic interlude in an apocalyptic universe

‘The Write Moment’ Has Good Ideas, but Gets Stuck in Some Bad Ones

This riff on 'Ruby Sparks' and 'Groundhog Day' is mostly fine, but at times kind of troubling

‘Soldado’ Loses a Lot of What Made ‘Sicario’ So Unique

Josh Brolin and Benicio del Toro return, but arrive without the nuance