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Edward Douglas

Edward Douglas
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet Doobious Sources (2017) Moronic lowbrow stoner humor and two of the most annoying characters ever put onscreen make this a grueling experience. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 18, 2017
76% Split (2017) M. Night Shyamalan's thrilling and satisfying return to form showcases an entertaining, multi-faceted role for James McAvoy. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 18, 2017
2/5 15% Sleepless (2017) Sleepless isn't bad for making the Vegas PD seem corrupt, as much as it is bad for making them look incompetent and clueless. ‐ Den of Geek
Posted Jan 13, 2017
3/5 24% The Bye Bye Man (2017) Probably best seen with a rowdy theater reacting every time the spirit's name is uttered. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Jan 12, 2017
17% The Crash (Jekyll Island) (2017) Detailed knowledge of the subject and a fine ensemble cast of characters makes for a compelling (albeit wholly fictional) financial thriller. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 11, 2017
0% Bad Kids of Crestview Academy (2017) A genuinely ugly and misguided attempt at merging dark comedy with gore. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 10, 2017
3.5/5 76% Split (2017) Split is a thrilling return to form for M. Night Shyamalan that proves he still has many new tricks up his sleeve. ‐ Den of Geek
Posted Jan 9, 2017
2/5 17% Underworld: Blood Wars (2017) This is clearly one franchise that's been fully drained of its blood. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Jan 6, 2017
2.5/5 34% Live By Night (2017) For a movie where so much occurs in the first 30 minutes, the pace still tends to drag and, at times, is as slow as hell. A lot of these problems can be attributed to Affleck's stilted screenplay that never quite finds the right tone. ‐ Den of Geek
Posted Dec 21, 2016
79% Patriots Day (2017) A harrowing but inspiring look at a deplorable act of terror that brought a number of brave individuals and a city together to find those responsible. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Dec 20, 2016
4.5/5 92% I, Daniel Blake (2016) In a world that seems to be getting worse with every passing minute, I, Daniel Blake is a sobering but inspiring pleasure - easily one of the best films of the year. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Dec 20, 2016
1.5/5 17% Assassin's Creed (2016) For years we've heard moans that video-game movies are jinxed ... Assassin's Creed won't lift that curse. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Dec 19, 2016
70% Sing (2016) A somewhat silly premise leads to a lot of hilariously quirky animated musical fun. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Dec 19, 2016
31% Passengers (2016) A slow-moving, heady twist on the space travel sci-fi subgenre that benefits more from Chris Pratt's dynamic range than Jennifer Lawrence's performance. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Dec 16, 2016
3.5/5 40% Why Him? (2016) Ventures into some corny (yet sweet) territory in resolving its central conflict, but it throws enough laughs at the viewer that at least some of them land. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Dec 15, 2016
3.5/5 12% Collateral Beauty (2016) Despite the strange direction the plot takes, this is a film that goes with old school traditional values in the vein of movies like Miracle on 34th Street and It's a Wonderful Life... ‐ Den of Geek
Posted Dec 13, 2016
4.5/5 87% A Monster Calls (2017) A deeply emotional film about loss that will probably have you crying by film's end. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Dec 13, 2016
2/5 24% Solace (2016) End up being better than it probably deserves to be, but most of the time, that's because Hopkins can really do no wrong ... except in picking his movies. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Dec 13, 2016
4/5 70% Sing (2016) Garth Jennings ("Son of Rambow") gives the humor in this comedy a very different sensibility. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Dec 13, 2016
4/5 92% Hidden Figures (2017) This inspirational story of three brilliant women is like a bright ray of hope breaking out from the pre-Civil Rights South. ‐ Den of Geek
Posted Dec 12, 2016
No Score Yet Sad Vacation: The Last Days of Sid and Nancy (2016) A decent look into the tumultuous rock relationship that led to murder, but not particularly essential except to Sex Pistols completists. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Dec 8, 2016
95% Old Stone (Lao Shi) (2016) Canadian/Chinese director Johnny Ma has made a sensational debut. ‐ LRM
Posted Nov 30, 2016
No Score Yet Goodnight Brooklyn: The Story of Death by Audio (2016) A must-see doc for fans of New York noise bands, but maybe a little too precious for anyone who never made it out to the Williamsburg venue Death By Audio. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Nov 30, 2016
2.5/5 76% The Eyes of My Mother (2016) Not for the squeamish and even those with strong stomachs may find themselves getting bored at times. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Nov 28, 2016
70% Miss Sloane (2016) Jessica Chastain gives an amazing performance as a woman you don't immediately like and have trouble rooting for but whom really drives what makes the film so good. ‐ The Weekend Warrior
Posted Nov 24, 2016
4.5/5 87% Lion (2016) You'll try your best to hold back the tears, only to find yourself incapable of not being thoroughly moved by Saroo's journey. ‐ Den of Geek
Posted Nov 23, 2016
3.5/5 61% Allied (2016) If you enjoy slightly awkward romance during wartime, Allied is worth a fling. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Nov 21, 2016
1/5 23% Bad Santa 2 (2016) In a year already full of crappy sequels, Bad Santa 2 is the lump of coal we really didn't need this Christmas. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Nov 17, 2016
3.5/5 54% Rules Don't Apply (2016) Chemistry between the talented Alden Ehrenreich and Lily Collins tends to overshadow Warren Beatty's Howard Hughes in Rules Don't Apply. ‐ Den of Geek
Posted Nov 11, 2016
67% Come And Find Me (2016) Zack Whedon's missing person thriller starts out slow but showcases fine acting by Aaron Paul and his irresistible chemistry with Annabelle Wallis. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Nov 10, 2016
3/5 75% Trolls (2016) Having a pop superstar like Timberlake in your voice cast, and deliberately not having him sing until near the end just seems like a waste of that talent. ‐ ComingSoon.net
Posted Nov 3, 2016
No Score Yet Keep In Touch (2016) Ryan Patrick Bachand's breakthrough performance does a lot to show off the potential in Sam Kretchmar's debut. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Nov 3, 2016
75% Trolls (2016) DreamWorks Animation's karaoke musical has the flimsiest of plots and silliest of premises, yet it still finds a way to pay off. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Oct 31, 2016
94% Gimme Danger (2016) A personalized love letter to [Iggy Pop and the Stooges] and a fitting tribute to their legacy. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Oct 27, 2016
93% The Eagle Huntress (2016) An inspiring look at a brave young girl taking on her tribe's male-dominated eagle-hunting traditions. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Oct 27, 2016
3.5/5 19% Inferno (2016) Won't be for everyone, but those who have stuck through Howard and Hanks' previous Dan Brown adaptations should find enough thrills to keep them interested in solving the mystery. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Oct 26, 2016
3.5/5 94% The Handmaiden (Ah-ga-ssi) (2016) Absolutely gorgeous, with so much attention paid to every visual detail from the costumes to the mansion's many rooms. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Oct 21, 2016
1/5 50% 31 (2016) Isn't as unwatchable as other similar movies, but it's still pretty deplorable and offensive. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Oct 20, 2016
79% We Are X (2016) A startlingly intimate portrait of enigmatic X Japan drummer Yoshiki that goes far beyond the typical rock doc. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Oct 19, 2016
A 55% Michael Moore In TrumpLand (2016) If for some reason you're undecided or thinking of voting for a third party candidate or just don't feel like going out to vote for anyone, then you should at least try to catch Moore's new movie. ‐ LRM
Posted Oct 19, 2016
3.5/5 37% Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016) With all the action movies that have come before, it's tough to make car chases and fist fights seem original and exciting, but fortunately, there's enough of a story to keep things interesting even when you might feel a sense of déjà vu. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Oct 19, 2016
3/5 82% Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016) Offers some easy scares and cheesy fun, but if nothing else, it gets points for not losing sight of its characters amidst those scares. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Oct 18, 2016
3/5 44% Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk (2016) If there's nothing else to be gained from Lee's latest, at least it confirms his amazing instinct for finding talent. ‐ Den of Geek
Posted Oct 16, 2016
4.5/5 89% Jackie (2016) When it comes to making films that work as much for the sake of artistic expression as for capturing a moment in history, there's little question Jackie might be one of the finest pieces of cinematic storytelling we see this year. ‐ Den of Geek
Posted Oct 16, 2016
B+ 86% Christine (2016) Rebecca Hall gives an absolutely indelible performance. ‐ LRM
Posted Oct 13, 2016
100% Tower (2016) An absolutely terrifying account that keeps you fairly caught up in what essentially was just 96 minutes of terror. ‐ LRM
Posted Oct 13, 2016
2/5 90% Certain Women (2016) Kelly Reichardt has finally made her Seinfeld-esque movie about nothing. ‐ Den of Geek
Posted Oct 12, 2016
94% Miss Hokusai (Sarusuberi: Miss Hokusai) (2016) A gorgeous animated tale of love, family and art set during Japan's Edo period. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Oct 12, 2016
2.5/5 51% The Accountant (2016) Ben Affleck's action-thriller is plagued by muddled and convoluted storytelling, and a general lack of action. ‐ Den of Geek
Posted Oct 12, 2016
4/5 60% Desierto (2016) An impressive edge-of-your-seat thriller set within a fantastic outdoors environment. ‐ New York Daily News
Posted Oct 11, 2016