Plus, find links to Alive reviews of movies now playing in theaters, as well as our current ranking of the five best Spider-Man films

#1 "Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw" (NEW IN THEATERS)

Right off the top: I absolutely love that the "Fast & Furious" series now gets the "Presents" treatment. Brilliant. Anyway, the movie looks as ridiculous and over-the-top as one might expect, and the breezy trailer is like taking in a condensed version of the film. As usual, the Rock proves himself an American treasure with his comic delivery and costar Jason Statham should come with subtitles.

#2 "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" 

Hip, vintage-sounding soundtrack? Check. Big stars portraying uniquely Tarantino characters? Check? Tarantino casually and repeatedly dropping the N-word while talking about dead-body storage? Thankfully, no.

Read Brad Keefe's review.

#3 "The Farewell" (NEW IN THEATERS)

The trailer for the most recent release from A24 Studios is sad and sweet, though Brad Keefe's review suggests the film is far more the latter.

Read Brad Keefe's review.

#4 “Toy Story 4”

The Beach Boys song feels a tad on the nose, but damn if it still doesn't somehow make these jaded eyes water.

Read Brad Keefe's review.

#5 “The Art of Self-Defense” 

Jesse Eisenberg appears perfectly cast as a meek office worker who enrolls in a karate course and gradually becomes a walking portrait of toxic masculinity, partially because he made a similar transformation in "The Social Network."

Read Brad Keefe's review.

#6 “Spider-Man: Far From Home”

My current ranking of the top 5 Spider-Man films: 5. "Spider-Man 3" 4. "Spider-Man" 3. "Spider-Man: Homecoming" 2. "Spider-Man 2" 1. "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" (And it's not even close.)