Unfriended: Dark Web (2018)
Like the previous movie in the series, you are watching a computer screen through the entire movie. Also like the first, it works pretty well, at least until the concept of evil, omnipotent dark webbers who can see and hear everything you do and can be anywhere and everywhere gets out of hand.
Mission Impossible: Fallout (2018)
I love this movie because it has incredible, borderline superhero-type action but doesn't fall into that post-Matrix trap of making the action look easy, with heroes shooting with pin-point accuracy while doing double backflips, or whatever. There's real grit and danger portrayed. The characters and dialogue still aren't particularly memorable, and there are sufficient twists and turns, rogue double agents stolen nukes and platitudes about helping people to make it a comfortable Hollywood blockbuster.
Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017)
A truly soulless and surprisingly flat action/adventure featuring characters and plot that could have been knocked off by any hack Young Adult writer in 30 minutes. While watching this, I was actually having a mental conversation with myself along these lines: Me: "Remember 'Wizard of Oz'? That was a good move." Me: "yeah. Remember 'Fellowship of the Ring'?....etc.