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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
2/4 19%

The Adderall Diaries (2016)

"A patchwork of narcissism that isn't stitched together all that well." ‐New York Post
Posted Apr 14, 2016
1.5/4 30%

Criminal (2016)

"Guns, gore and good actors shoehorned into one-note parts." ‐New York Post
Posted Apr 14, 2016
2/4 23%

The Boss (2016)

"McCarthy shines when loosely riffing, but the plot tightens around her like a vise." ‐New York Post
Posted Apr 7, 2016
2.5/4 75%

High Strung (2016)

"Sure, this is all a familiar tune - but it's still catchy." ‐New York Post
Posted Apr 7, 2016
2/4 70%

Too Late (2016)

"The hyperverbal screenplay quickly grows tiresome, from the sub-"Pulp Fiction" prattle of two drug dealers (Dash Mihok and Rider Strong) to one act after another in which desperate women are preyed upon or saved by the men around them." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 31, 2016
3/4 68%

Darling (2016)

"Keating ... crafts his own stylish take on the psycho and haunting genres in between winks to the classics." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 31, 2016
2/4 29%

Jane Wants a Boyfriend (2016)

""Jane Wants a Boyfriend" loses momentum careening between Dushku's Bianca and Krause's Jane - the latter of whom is far more interesting." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 24, 2016
2/4 29%

My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 (2016)

"It's understandable that creator/writer Nia Vardalos would come back for seconds with "My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2" ... but 14 years later, this reunion of cuddly-but-tiresome stereotypes makes you wish she'd left well enough alone." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 24, 2016
2.5/4 59%

The Program (2016)

"We're left with the well-acted and well-told, if familiar, story of a man who knew better but couldn't stop himself." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 17, 2016
3/4 84%

Midnight Special (2016)

"You may feel echoes of "Close Encounters of the Third Kind" and "Starman," but writer-director Jeff Nichols has ultimately crafted his own unique twist on the genre." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 16, 2016
3/4 90%

10 Cloverfield Lane (2016)

"Winstead also makes a terrific heroine; her character is a problem-solver, not a freaker-outer, and it's a stressful sort of fun watching her devise one plan after another to get around Howard's creepy patriarchal rules." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 10, 2016
3/4 53%

Lolo (2016)

"Eventually, you may start to wonder, is this a comedy or a stealth horror movie? Not to worry - even the most extreme punishments are softened by hilariously neurotic dialogue." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 9, 2016
2.5/4 82%

Hello, My Name is Doris (2016)

"It's great to see a role for an older woman that doesn't require her to dispense pearls of wisdom or traverse the ravages of dementia - and that acknowledges that people in their 60s (and beyond) still have sex drives." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 9, 2016
2.5/4 93%

Emelie (2016)

"Thelin, in his feature debut, has an undeniable knack for making an audience squirm without resorting to excessive gore or jump scares." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 2, 2016
3/4 100%

Trapped (2016)

"Scary and sad, "Trapped" is for anyone who cares about the precarious future of reproductive health for American women." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 2, 2016
3/4 93%

The Last Man On The Moon (2016)

"Cernan is clearly still in awe of what America achieved during those cowboy years - but he also speaks, with the melancholy that results from several decades of hindsight, about the havoc it wreaked on the personal lives of the astronauts." ‐New York Post
Posted Feb 25, 2016
2/4 80%

Eddie The Eagle (2016)

"A bland underdog fable whose comedy never makes it off the bunny slopes." ‐New York Post
Posted Feb 25, 2016
4/4 91%

The Witch (2016)

"It's a creepy little gem, and its imagery will stay with you long after you've left the theater." ‐New York Post
Posted Feb 18, 2016
1/4 48%

How To Be Single (2016)

""Why do we always tell our stories through relationships?" the film asks, then proceeds to tell all of their stories through relationships - except Wilson's, which doesn't merit a main plotline." ‐New York Post
Posted Feb 11, 2016
2/4 42%

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies (2016)

"Steers nails the aesthetics - zombies in ornate period dress are both amusing and chilling - but has his actors playing it completely, thuddingly straight." ‐New York Post
Posted Feb 4, 2016
3/4 67%

Tumbledown (2016)

"Sudeikis, often cast as genial everyman, is quite good in a more prickly role, and Hall brings her characteristic nuance to a smart but lost character, processing the death of a partner who's mourned, but misunderstood, by legions of fans." ‐New York Post
Posted Feb 3, 2016
4/4 100%

2016 Oscar Nominated Shorts - Animated (2016)

"Each painstakingly crafted film deftly articulates a fundamental longing for connection." ‐New York Post
Posted Jan 29, 2016
3/4 61%

Monster Hunt (2016)

"If you're willing to overlook some monstrously big plot holes and logic gaps, this half-animated Chinese blockbuster is an agreeably bonkers, occasionally disturbing cinematic ride." ‐New York Post
Posted Jan 20, 2016
3.5/4 78%

Naz & Maalik (2016)

"Smart, wholly original and graced with two commanding performances, this is one tiny indie worth seeking out." ‐New York Post
Posted Jan 20, 2016
2.5/4 24%

The Benefactor (2016)

"Fanning has little to do beyond grasping her prosthetic stomach, but James is a decent foil for Gere, who gives form to the highly topical subject of how pain meds destroy lives." ‐New York Post
Posted Jan 15, 2016
1/4 8%

Norm of the North (2016)

"If I wasn't already convinced of this movie's obnoxiousness, its rendering of Graham's character sealed the deal." ‐New York Post
Posted Jan 14, 2016
2/4 29%

Anesthesia (2016)

"Overall the film plays like an annotated philosophy lecture, with Nelson using various interwoven characters to flesh out Waterston's talking points." ‐New York Post
Posted Jan 6, 2016
1/4 93%

Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art (2016)

"I'm sure there is a compelling case to be made for the significance of land art, a nature-centric movement that gained popularity in the early 1960s, but "Troublemakers" does not make it." ‐New York Post
Posted Jan 6, 2016
2/4 31%

Daddy's Home (2015)

"To be fair, Ferrell is almost always at least mildly funny, even when doing something as lame as skateboarding into a power line, but Wahlberg's cowboy shtick just seems half-hearted." ‐New York Post
Posted Dec 22, 2015
3/4 78%

Where to Invade Next (2016)

"I've never seen Moore focus on women's rights before, and I'm curious to see where this discovery leads him." ‐New York Post
Posted Dec 22, 2015
3/4 60%

Sisters (2015)

""Sisters" is a witty and occasionally wise take on sibling bonds and adulthood - even if the latter only arrives kicking and screaming." ‐New York Post
Posted Dec 17, 2015
1.5/4 53%

Noma: My Perfect Storm (2015)

"I've never seen a restaurant documentary that seemed less interested in showing the joy of food." ‐New York Post
Posted Dec 16, 2015
3/4 91%

The Girl in the Book (2015)

"Though its resolution is a bit pat, most of "The Girl in the Book" is a smart and pointed look at abuses of power and roles women too often play in the literary world." ‐New York Post
Posted Dec 10, 2015
3/4 96%

Boy and the World (O Menino e o Mundo) (2015)

"Subtle it's not, but this bleak fable does pack an emotional punch." ‐New York Post
Posted Dec 10, 2015
1/4 65%

Krampus (2015)

"This very capable cast has absolutely no wit to work with in a screenplay co-written by Dougherty." ‐New York Post
Posted Dec 3, 2015
2/4 75%

A Royal Night Out (2015)

"Unless viewers are aficionados of the old royal family, I'm not sure how interested they'll be in following two posh-accented young women chasing through drunken crowds in period dress, though Powley, in particular, is a charmer." ‐New York Post
Posted Dec 3, 2015
4/4 69%

The Danish Girl (2015)

"One of the year's finest films." ‐New York Post
Posted Nov 24, 2015
2/4 70%

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 (2015)

"The final installment of the "Hunger Games" franchise manages to give us everything we've been waiting for and still underwhelm." ‐New York Post
Posted Nov 19, 2015
2.5/4 50%

Criminal Activities (2015)

"An eleventh hour twist adds a bit of intrigue, and everyone - including Haley himself, as a henchman - seems to be having a pretty good time." ‐New York Post
Posted Nov 19, 2015
3/4 81%

Man Up (2015)

"A lot more fun than many heftier, supposed rom-coms, thanks to the timing and chemistry of its leads." ‐New York Post
Posted Nov 13, 2015
2/4 44%

The 33 (2015)

"It's never a good sign when the real people behind a movie's story appear in the end credits and you're stumped as to who's who." ‐New York Post
Posted Nov 13, 2015
2/4 33%

My All American (2015)

""My All American" would have done better to dig deeper in its portrayal of a man who set such a high bar for the intrinsic character of a football player. Because he's actually the kind of example the sport could really use right now." ‐New York Post
Posted Nov 13, 2015
2.5/4 70%

Miss You Already (2015)

"The film belongs to Barrymore and Collette, who generate a palpable BFF chemistry that will defy you not to be choked up by the time the credits roll." ‐New York Post
Posted Nov 5, 2015
3/4 89%

What Our Fathers Did: A Nazi Legacy (2015)

"British human rights lawyer Philippe Sands' interviews with two sons of senior Nazi officials make for a chilling study in contrasts ..." ‐New York Post
Posted Nov 5, 2015
3/4 96%

The Armor Of Light (2015)

"At what point does calling yourself "pro-life" conflict with being pro-gun? Evangelical minister Rob Schenck, a longtime anti-abortion activist, wrestles with that question in this bold directorial debut from Abigail Disney." ‐New York Post
Posted Oct 28, 2015
2/4 18%

Jem and the Holograms (2015)

"Director Jon Chu stretches "Jem" to a ridiculous 2 hours, via endless amateur-musician YouTube clips. Anyone can be a star, they attest - and always be yourself! (Except when you're Jem. I guess.)" ‐New York Post
Posted Oct 22, 2015
2/4 65%

Nasty Baby (2015)

"Wiig and Adebimpe give appealing, naturalistic performances ... but it's not enough to keep the otherwise rambling narrative together." ‐New York Post
Posted Oct 21, 2015
2/4 73%

Suffragette (2015)

"Despite Mulligan bringing her A-game, the film falls short of its potential." ‐New York Post
Posted Oct 21, 2015
1/4 29%

Momentum (2015)

"Crammed ... with leaden dialogue and predictable plot turns." ‐New York Post
Posted Oct 14, 2015
2.5/4 71%

Crimson Peak (2015)

"The setting is spectacular, but its ghosts underwhelm. Kudos to del Toro for bucking the minimalist trend in spooky movies, but his Grand Guignol spirits are so visible they begin to resemble fun-house monsters." ‐New York Post
Posted Oct 14, 2015
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