A solid entrance to the franchise which has held up surprisingly well whilst maintaining a genuine sense of mysticism.
A beautiful, clever and refreshing introduction to some of DC's biggest names with thought-through and interesting character development. It's just a shame about the surprise Aquaman!
An enjoyably different war film with a solid and much-needed message, though let down a little by straying from reality in ways that never really add up.
A decent retread of Superman with just enough heart and thought to be entertaining, though at times inconsistent and never novel.
Crazy, stupid, fun. A feel-good film that stands slightly taller than it perhaps should, thanks in large part to a fantastic cast.
Quite possible the best reworking of Holmes put to the small screen and an extremely enjoyable, consistent, and intriguing procedural. Better yet, the seasons of mystery actually get a competent and enthralling conclusion.
An amusing and acceptably surreal entry into the much-loved series. If you (or your kids) are a fan then definitely worth a watch, but this isn't quite an instant classic.
Give it a miss unless you're a total Green Lantern fanboy, and even then don't expect anything great.
Absurdist fun that somehow actually happened, resulting in a nuanced, heart warming tale with exemplary performances throughout.
A stunningly beautiful but fragmented film with surprisingly conservative leanings. No boundaries pushed here apart from the technological ones.
I was surprised by how much I enjoyed it and how three-dimensional the main characters were. Throw in some excellent comedy and great actors and you're left with a genuinely fun ride.
The Joker's take on himself, a brilliantly written and poignant look at one of the best villains created and a justifiably revered arc. Truly excellent.