If this year's blockbusters have you yawning, the list also includes some independent films that have the critics raving. You're bound to find something great.
Now, all you have to do is pop the popcorn.
"The Endless" (Metascore: 80)
Two brothers revisit a death cult they escaped a decade earlier after receiving a cryptic message.
"Claire's Camera" (Metascore: 80)
A school teacher, visiting France for the first time, helps a friend figure out why she was fired with the help of her possibly-magic camera.
"Lean on Pete" (Metascore: 80)
A teen befriends a racehorse after moving to a new city with his single father.
"Madeline's Madeline" (Metascore: 82)
Madeline's theater director encourages her to intertwine her own personal experiences into her acting, but the lines between reality and theater begin to blur.
"Nossa Chape" (Metascore: 80)
A Brazilian football club struggles to rebuild after a plane crash kills all but three of their members.
"Incredibles 2" (Metascore: 80)
Dad must play the "hero" of the household as mom is called out to save the day.
"The Guilty" (Metascore: 80)
A police officer thinks a desk assignment is going to be a bore until he gets a call from a kidnapped woman and has to coordinate her rescue without leaving a police station.
"Sorry to Bother You" (Metascore: 81)
In an alternate present-day Oakland, a company called WorryFree offers people free housing and food if they sign a lifelong work contract.
"The Guardians" (Metascore: 82)
Women on a farm struggle to take care of the workload while their husbands are fighting in World War I.
"Summer 1993" (Metascore: 81)
A 6-year-old has to adjust to a new way of life after she's sent from Barcelona to the Catalan province to live with her aunt and uncle after her parents die.
"Revenge" (Metascore: 81)
A woman is enjoying a vacation with her wealthy boyfriend when his friends arrive and cause a disruption. Tensions escalate quickly, and the woman is left for dead. But she survives, and looks for vengeance.
"Three Identical Strangers" (Metascore: 81)
This documentary follows identical triplets who were separated at birth and discovered one another years later.
"Western" (Metascore: 81)
German construction workers labor in rural Bulgaria, where they grapple with their prejudice toward the locals.
"Wildlife" (Metascore: 82)
In this coming-of-age story, based on a 1990 novel of the same name, a boy struggles with his parents' breakup after his mother finds a new man.
"Mountain" (Metascore: 82)
This documentary, narrated by Willem Dafoe, follows mountaineers, ice climbers, free soloists, heliskiers, snowboarders, wingsuiters and parachuting mountain bikers to explore the human infatuation with mountains.
"Isle of Dogs" (Metascore: 82)
After being banished to a garbage dump called Trash Island, the dogs of Megasaki City must find a way to return with the help of a human friend in this Wes Anderson film.
"Araby" (Metascore: 82)
A Brazilian teenager stumbles across a factory worker's journal detailing the a quest for a better life over the course of a decade.
"Mandy" (Metascore: 82)
A couple's peaceful life is upended when a cult threatens their way of life.
"We the Animals" (Metascore: 84)
Three brothers are brought up by volatile but loving parents. Two older brothers emulate their carefree father, while the youngest is coddled by his mother.
"A Quiet Place" (Metascore: 82)
A family must figure out a way to live in silence while their lives are threatened by creatures that hunt by sound.
"BlacKkKlansman" (Metascore: 83)
In this Spike Lee movie, based on a true story, a Colorado detective aims to infiltrate and take down the Ku Klux Klan in the 1970s.
"Ava" (Metascore: 82)
A rebellious teen living in Tehran flouts social mores when she begins a relationship with a boy.
"Who We Are Now" (Metascore: 83)
An ex-con strives to get custody of her son as she embarks on a relationship with a traumatized former soldier.
"Custody" (Metascore: 83)
A boy is pushed to the brink as his parents' custody battle grows more and more heated.
"Love After Love" (Metascore: 84)
After the death of a husband and father, his family struggles to stay together.
"You Were Never Really Here" (Metascore: 84)
A fearless veteran makes it his life's mission to rescue missing girls. But one of his assignments could prove deadly.
"McQueen" (Metascore: 84)
This documentary celebrates the influence of the designer Alexander McQueen.
"Won't You Be My Neighbor?" (Metascore: 85)
This documentary celebrates Fred Rogers, the man behind "Mister Rogers' Neighborhood."
"First Reformed" (Metascore: 85)
The reverend of a small Dutch Reform church in upstate New York is forced to confront his past when a parishioner asks for help.
"Minding the Gap" (Metascore: 85)
Debut filmmaker Bing Liu follows his two skateboarder friends for 12 years, exploring all that comes with growing up.
"Mission Impossible - Fallout" (Metascore: 86)
In the latest film in the Mission Impossible franchise, the IMF team races against time to reverse the consequences of a mission gone bad.
"Hereditary" (Metascore: 87)
After the matriarch of a family passes away, those left behind begin to uncover terrifying secrets about their ancestors.
"En el Séptimo Día (On the Seventh Day)" (Metascore: 87)
A group of undocumented immigrants work six days a week, and then savor Sundays as a day to relax.
"Sweet Country" (Metascore: 87)
When an aboriginal man, living in the outback of Australia's Northern Territory in the 1920s, kills a white man in self defense, he is forced to flee with his wife.
"Black Panther" (Metascore: 88)
When enemies conspire to destroy the advanced African nation of Wakanda, Black Panther must do all he can to prevent a war.
"Leave No Trace" (Metascore: 88)
A father and daughter live in a nature reserve in Portland, Oregon, and rarely make contact with the outside world. But they find themselves in social services after authorities track them down.
"Paddington 2" (Metascore: 88)
Paddington picks up a series of odd jobs to buy a gift for his aunt, but the gift gets stolen.
"The Death of Stalin" (Metascore: 88)
After tyrannical dictator Joseph Stalin dies, those around him vie to become the next Soviet leader.
"Zama" (Metascore: 89)
Zama, an officer of the Spanish Crown born in South America, has been waiting for years for a letter from the king transferring him to a better place. But the letter never comes, forcing Zama to take matters into his own hands.
"Burning" (Metascore: 89)
A young South Korean woman goes on a trip and returns with a man, but her childhood friend is suspicious of him.
"Eighth Grade" Metascore: 90)
This film explores the challenges faced by a 13-year-old girl as she experiences her last week of middle school.
"The Tale" (Metascore: 90)
When a woman rediscovers a short story she wrote during middle school, she is forced to reexamine her first sexual relationship, and the lies she's told herself in order to cope.
"The Rider" (Metascore: 92)
A cowboy's life is turned up side down when a horse crushes his skull, and makes riding impossible for him.