According to Rotten Tomatoes: The 15 CURRENTLY POPULAR MOVIES: WHAT TO WATCH IN THE THEATER AND STREAMING
Find the best and most well-liked movies currently in theatres! These are the movies Rotten Tomatoes users are currently watching in cinemas, on streaming services, and on-demand, including Cocaine Bear, Creed III, and Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
2023 CREED III
Criticism as a Whole: The Creed series finally emerges from the legendary shadow of Rocky Balboa, thanks to Michael B. Jordan’s punchy direction and Jonathan Majors’ subtle heel turn.
Adonis Creed (Michael B. Jordan) has been excelling in both his profession and family life after ruling the boxing world. [More]
Starring: Tessa Thompson, Jonathan Majors, Wood Harris, and Michael B. Jordan
Michael B. Jordan is the director.
2023: COCAINE BEAR
Critics’ Consensus: Cocaine Bear’s namesake fur fiend’s scene-snorting frenzy will offer B-movie fans a contact high, despite its clumsy plot and weak performances.
Summary: Based on the 1985 actual account of the crash of a drug runner’s plane, the disappearance of cocaine, and the black bear that ate the cocaine.
Alden Ehrenreich, Christian Convery, O’Shea Jackson Jr., and Keri Russell are the stars.
Elizabeth Banks is the director.
Quantumania in ANT-MAN AND THE WASP (2023)
The consensus among critics: Ant-Man and the Wasp While Jonathan Majors’ Kang is an exciting antagonist set to change the direction of the MCU, Quantumania generally lacks the fun element that boosted past adventures.
Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) and Hope van Dyne (Evangeline Lilly), two super-hero companions, return to carry on their exploits as Ant-Man.
starring: Bill Murray, Jonathan Majors, Evangeline Lilly, Paul Rudd
Directed By: Peyton Reed
Jesus Movement (2023)
Critics’ Consensus: Jesus Revolution misses a chance to vividly bring fascinating real-life events to life, but it merits praise for staying away from the preachiness typical of faith-based movies.
JESUS REVOLUTION tells the tale of a young hippie’s unsuccessful search for independence and belonging in the 1970s.
Kimberly Williams-Paisley, Joel Courtney, Jonathan Roumie, and Anna Grace Barlow
Jon Erwin and Brent McCorkle are the directors.
EVERYTHING AT ONCE, EVERYWHERE (2022)
Critics Consensus: Everything Everywhere All at Once, starring a superb Michelle Yeoh, is a well-timed assault on the senses that lives up to its title.
The film is a humorous and heartfelt sci-fi action comedy directed by Daniel Kwan and Daniel Scheinert, also known as Daniels.
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Michelle Yeoh, Stephanie Hsu, Ke Huy Quan, and James Hong are the stars.
Dan Kwan and Daniel Scheinert are the directors.
OPPORTUNITY: RUSE DE GUERRE (2023)
Critics’ Consensus: Operation Fortune lacks the quality of the best contemporary action films, but it nonetheless packs just enough punch for audiences looking for a few light thrills.
The movie’s super spy Orson Fortune (Jason Statham) is tasked with finding and preventing the sale of a lethal new weapon.
Jason Statham, Aubrey Plaza, Josh Hartnett, and Cary Elwes are the stars.
Guy Ritchie is the director.
IS THERE A GHOST? (2023)
Critics We Have a Ghost, a spookily inconsistent ’80s pastiche, has a fun concept and a skilled ensemble, but it also doesn’t know what to do with them.
Synopsis: Kevin’s family becomes overnight internet celebrities after discovering a ghost named Ernest haunting their new home. Kevin, though,
David Harbour, Jahi Di’Allo Winston, Anthony Mackie, and Erica Ash are the stars.
Christopher Landon is the director.
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A WHALE (2022)
Critics’ Consensus: The Whale is a film that will leave most viewers in tears, held together by a murderous Brendan Fraser.
Synopsis: In an effort to reunite with his estranged teenage daughter for one final time, a reclusive English teacher who are severely obese tries to.
Starring: Ty Simpkins, Sadie Sink, Hong Chau, and Brendan Fraser
Darren Aronofsky was the director.
A Man Called Otto (2022)
Criticism as a Whole: A Man Named Otto will likely sing if you leave all cynicism at the door and let its tried-and-true melody tug at your heartstrings.
A Man Named Otto, based on the funny and heartfelt New York Times bestseller, tells the tale of Otto Anderson… [More]
Tom Hanks, Mack Bayda, Mariana Trevio, and Rachel Keller are the stars.
Marc Forster was the director.
DEMON SLAYER: TO THE SWORDSMITH VILLAGE KIMETSU NO YAIBA (2023)
Critics’ Consensus: There isn’t one yet. The Entertainment District Arc Episodes 10 and 11 with the Swordsmith Village will be shown in “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba: To the Swordsmith Village.”
Natsuki Hanae, Akari Kito, Hiro Shimono, and Yoshitsugu Matsuoka are among the actors.
Haruo Sotozaki is the director.
EVERYTHING THAT BREATHES (2022)
Critics Consensus: All That Breathes is a beautiful celebration of persistence that exploits the relentless efforts of two brothers to make a larger statement about finding triumph in the midst of tragedy.
Synopsis: Animals such as cows, rats, monkeys, frogs, and monkeys coexist close to one another in one of the world’s most populous towns. Two are here.
Starring: Shaunak Sen is the director
KNOCK AT THE CABIN (2023)
Criticism as a Whole: Knock at the Cabin is a thought-provoking chiller and top-tier Shyamalan, even though it’s sometimes less than frightening and some of the tales don’t hold up under close examination.
Summary: A little girl and her parents are held captive by four armed strangers while on vacation at a rural cabin by… [More]
Featuring: Nikki Amuka-Bird, Ben Aldridge, Jonathan Groff, Dave Bautista
M. Night Shyamalan is the film’s director
POWER LINES AND PALM TREES (2022)
Critics Consensus: Lily McInerny establishes herself as a young actor with tremendous potential with Palm Trees and Power Lines, which presents a challenging narrative with searing skill.
Lea (Lily McInerny), who is seventeen years old, spends her summer vacation lazily sunning in her backyard with her closest friend while they both cautiously avoid each other.
Starring: Lily McInerny, Jonathan Tucker, Gretchen Mol
Directed By: Jamie Dack
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THE STRAYS (2023)
Critics’ Consensus: There isn’t one yet.
Synopsis: When two mysterious figures show up in a woman’s village, her carefully built life starts to fall apart. [More]
Featuring: Michael Warburton, Justin Salinger, Caroline Martin, and Ashley Madekwe
Nathaniel Martello-White is the director.
Critics Consensus: Unapologetically silly and all the more entertaining for it, M3GAN is the rare horror-comedy that delivers chuckles as effortlessly as chills.
Synopsis: M3GAN is a marvel of artificial intelligence, a life-like doll programmed to be a child’s greatest companion and a parent’s…
Starring: Allison Williams, Violet McGraw, Ronny Chieng, Brian Jordan Alvarez
Directed By: Gerard Johnstone