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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

Lion (2016)

"Lion goes again and again where you expect it to, delivering little more than the awards-season equivalent of Homeward Bound." ‐Slate
Posted Nov 23, 2016

Arrival (2016)

"Watching it, I was excited that such a strange piece of science fiction got made-and disappointed ..." ‐Slate
Posted Nov 11, 2016

Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping (2016)

"The result is not without misses. But as with any pop star, what you'll remember are the hits." ‐Slate
Posted Jun 3, 2016

John Wick (2014)

"This is not an action movie in the Michael Bay lineage; rather than an escalating series of explosions, John Wick offers a slow burn, sizzling in a manner true to its hero's surname." ‐Slate
Posted Oct 24, 2014

Transformers: Age of Extinction (2014)

"I sincerely enjoyed the Transformer who was literally branded by Oreo.‪" ‐Slate
Posted Jun 28, 2014

The Counselor (2013)

"Novelists don't always make good screenwriters-this is the first film for which McCarthy has written the screenplay himself-and The Counselor's nihilism soon becomes tedious." ‐Slate
Posted Oct 25, 2013

Flight (2012)

"It succeeds as a carefully balanced cocktail of uppers and downers, of the type favored by its hero. You'll have a good night out, even if you don't remember it in the morning." ‐Slate
Posted Nov 2, 2012

Mirror Mirror (2012)

"Mirror Mirror is an odd little fantasia of a movie -- part jaunty adventure, part broad romantic comedy, part auteurist spectacle." ‐Slate
Posted Mar 30, 2012

Real Steel (2011)

"Real Steel, a heartwarming sci-fi sports movie about a father and son who reunite through robot boxing, testifies to the formidable power of ridiculousness." ‐Slate
Posted Oct 7, 2011

Contagion (2011)

"If Contagion is a "horror movie," as Soderbergh has described it, then you can think of it as the most believable zombie movie ever made." ‐Slate
Posted Sep 9, 2011
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