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      Burn Notice: The Fall of Sam Axe (2011) Blair Marnell It's still good and it clearly had a bigger budget than the weekly series. But this was essentially a two hour episode of Burn Notice.
      Posted Mar 06, 2018
      Justice League (2017) William Bibbiani It's always engaging, and whatever inconsistencies it has - and it has many - they're all connected through fine character work and a meaningful, unifying theme.
      Posted Nov 15, 2017
      Thor: Ragnarok (2017) William Bibbiani A whimsical distraction of a movie, and it's worth recommending on that level, but it clearly had the potential to be so much more.
      Posted Oct 19, 2017
      Blade Runner 2049 (2017) William Bibbiani A breathtaking return to the awe-inspiring and deeply troubled world of Blade Runner.
      Posted Sep 29, 2017
      Patti Cake$ (2017) William Bibbiani A somewhat familiar but earnest and inspirational underdog story.
      Posted Aug 18, 2017
      What Happened to Monday (2017) William Bibbiani [Tommy Wirkola] keeps What Happened to Monday moving quickly enough that it's relatively easy to overlook the problems in its conceptualization.
      Posted Aug 17, 2017
      Annabelle: Creation (2017) William Bibbiani It's so hair-raising and exciting, you'll quickly forget that the other Annabelle even existed.
      Posted Aug 11, 2017
      Lost in America (1985) Witney Seibold Brooks explodes the Kerouac fantasy by depicting two of the most uptight, urban people in the world trying to live it out.
      Posted Aug 09, 2017
      Stalker (1979) Witney Seibold A bleak sleepwalk into the heart of darkness.
      Posted Aug 09, 2017
      L'Argent (1983) Witney Seibold L'Argent is one of the most damning litanies of human evil one may encounter. It's also one of the better films.
      Posted Aug 09, 2017
      The Dark Tower (2017) William Bibbiani An appealingly mediocre, enjoyable but largely forgettable movie.
      Posted Aug 04, 2017
      Wish Upon (2017) William Bibbiani Cleverly explores the evils of modern privilege... but it could have been scarier.
      Posted Jul 13, 2017
      Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017) William Bibbiani One of the most gorgeous science fiction movies ever made.
      Posted Jul 11, 2017
      Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) William Bibbiani A spry, lovable Spider-Man movie about a spry, lovable Spider-Man.
      Posted Jun 29, 2017
      Transformers: The Last Knight (2017) William Bibbiani Transformers: The Last Knight isn't so much a film as it is a catalogue of everything wrong with western civilization.
      Posted Jun 20, 2017
      47 Meters Down (2017) William Bibbiani Johannes Roberts films of the ocean like it was the ultimate hell dimension, and each set piece jangles your nerves and tingles your spine.
      Posted Jun 16, 2017
      Cars 3 (2017) William Bibbiani Tells a story that only middle-aged adults staring down the barrel of retirement can fully appreciate, but tells it in such a way that only the littlest of kids could possibly be entertained.
      Posted Jun 12, 2017
      It Comes at Night (2017) William Bibbiani The capable cast can only do so much to disguise the thin, predictable, paranoid survival thriller they're trapped playing out.
      Posted Jun 09, 2017
      The Mummy (2017) William Bibbiani The Mummy is defiantly not 'about' anything other than promoting its own franchise, and if that's all this series has to offer, why would we want to see any more of it?
      Posted Jun 07, 2017
      Band Aid (2017) William Bibbiani There's an impressive, down to earth nobility about the way these two charming heroes confront their plight.
      Posted Jun 02, 2017
      Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie (2017) William Bibbiani The innocent animation style and sincere performances create a world that is heightened in every possible way, and yet utterly recognizable. This wasn't childhood, certainly, but it's what childhood FELT like.
      Posted Jun 01, 2017
      Wonder Woman (2017) William Bibbiani One of the best superhero movies. Ever.
      Posted May 29, 2017
      Snatched (2017) William Bibbiani Snatched gets the job done without being particularly good at it.
      Posted May 11, 2017
      Alien: Covenant (2017) William Bibbiani So familiar, so disposable, and so baselessly self-important that it might just make you lose faith in this franchise altogether.
      Posted May 06, 2017
      Sleight (2016) William Bibbiani Magicians and movies need skill and flourish to enrapture their audience. Sleight gets by with only one of those ingredients. It could have been a showstopper with both.
      Posted Apr 27, 2017
      Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017) William Bibbiani An interesting experiment in telling a blockbuster story with a whole bunch of b-plots, and nary an a-plot in sight.
      Posted Apr 24, 2017
      Free Fire (2016) William Bibbiani Free Fire isn't a cool film about a really long shootout, it's a rather sad examination of how easily people can fall into a cycle of never-ending violence. You'll probably have some fun, too.
      Posted Apr 21, 2017
      The Fate of the Furious (2017) William Bibbiani It's still very entertaining, and in the end you'll get your money's worth, but this film ultimately illustrates just how delicately balanced these hot rod explosion lovefests actually are.
      Posted Apr 09, 2017
      Saban's Power Rangers (2017) William Bibbiani I have something miraculous to report: Power Rangers doesn't suck.
      Posted Mar 24, 2017
      Mayhem (2017) William Bibbiani It's an aptly titled film.
      Posted Mar 15, 2017
      Tragedy Girls (2017) William Bibbiani A viciously funny horror comedy with memorable characters who, I suspect, will speak to fans of the genre and even win over new recruits.
      Posted Mar 14, 2017
      Atomic Blonde (2017) William Bibbiani The Cold War rarely felt this cold.
      Posted Mar 13, 2017
      Baby Driver (2017) William Bibbiani A supercool and ultragroovy heist flick that uses music the way the rest of us use air, and an instant candidate for one of the best car chase movies ever.
      Posted Mar 12, 2017
      Kong: Skull Island (2017) Witney Seibold It's a lightning-quick, bright, dumb, slyly silly, unapologetically clichéd pulp adventure that, despite it all, is a rip-roaring good time.
      Posted Mar 08, 2017
      Raw (2016) William Bibbiani For those with strong constitutions and an interest in understanding - if not necessarily forgiving - the darkest recesses of the soul, Raw is very well done.
      Posted Mar 07, 2017
      Beauty and the Beast (2017) William Bibbiani Pardon my French, but Disney's live-action remake does grievous harm to a tale as old as time.
      Posted Mar 03, 2017
      Get Out (2017) William Bibbiani It's not just a frightening concept, and it's not just terrifically suspenseful. It turns society on its ear in a way that only the best movies can.
      Posted Feb 20, 2017
      Logan (2017) William Bibbiani It looks like a small production but really, it feels like the biggest X-Men movie. It has more to say than any other installment. It leads to meaningful conclusions. It is brutal and bold and it shouldn't be missed.
      Posted Feb 17, 2017
      Fist Fight (2017) William Bibbiani There are better ways to spend your time. Like getting in a fist fight.
      Posted Feb 17, 2017
      The LEGO Batman Movie (2017) William Bibbiani A Batman film with more humanity than the Batman films with actual humans in them.
      Posted Feb 10, 2017
      Strike a Pose (2016) Ernest Hardy Unexpectedly moving.
      Posted Feb 07, 2017
      The Exterminating Angel (1962) Witney Seibold 'The Exterminating Angel' is a confrontation. Not only because of its clear political underpinnings, but because of a weird undercurrent of human sympathy.
      Posted Jan 25, 2017
      The Asphalt Jungle (1950) Witney Seibold The characters are no mere cold symbolic avatars in a world gone stylistic; Huston breaks down that intellectual barrier, and allows the characters to shine in all their glorious dumb pathos.
      Posted Jan 25, 2017
      His Girl Friday (1940) Witney Seibold 'His Girl Friday' is more feminist than it even gets credit for.
      Posted Jan 25, 2017
      Black Girl (1966) Witney Seibold Black Girl - often called the first important African feature film - can be interpreted as a mere penetrating personal drama, but it's impossible to look at this film apolitically.
      Posted Jan 25, 2017
      Monster Trucks (2016) William Bibbiani This movie plays like Herbie the Love Bug if the anthropomorphic car also had slimy tentacles, and there's a part of me that will always be ten years old who thinks that's pretty neat.
      Posted Jan 10, 2017
      Passengers (2016) William Bibbiani It tries to pass itself off as romantic but it doesn't seem to realize that it's actually careened headlong into stalker territory.
      Posted Dec 15, 2016
      Rogue One: A Star Wars Story (2016) William Bibbiani I'm recommending it, if only as a three-star action movie. But I think it's important to consider how the original Star Wars movies transcended their pulpy influences and how Rogue One gets mired in them.
      Posted Dec 13, 2016
      Stuff (2015) Ernest Hardy The cast knocks the script out of the park, but Guacci also deserves kudos for casting Yvonne Jung as Deb.
      Posted Nov 15, 2016
      Jason and Shirley (2015) Ernest Hardy Mercifully, it's never too pedantic (it skirts close a few times) and is often quite funny - as when she gets in digs at Andy Warhol. But the film never really gets at the hostilities lobbed at Jason.
      Posted Nov 15, 2016
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