Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016)
Keeping Up With The Joneses (2016)
Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016)
"Origin of Evil doesn't stretch the conventions of teen-appeal spookiness too far, but is solidly put together, mounted with a pleasant conviction and runs to several fine performances and some decent scares."
The Lost City of Z (2017)
Afterimage (Powidoki) (2016)
The Accountant (2016)
"Part character study and part airport-novel nonsense, "The Accountant" can't quite balance its B-movie instincts with its more artistic aspirations, ultimately hamstringing a potentially juicy, escapist shoot-'em-up."
Ten Years (2015)
On the Road (2016)
20th Century Women (2016)
"Writer-director Mike Mills again demonstrates a sharp, sensitive eye for the ways that people learn to make peace with lives they didn't quite anticipate or want. The film is lit from within by its endless curiosity about its evolving characters."
Bleed For This (2016)
The Birth of a Nation (2016)
Baden Baden (2016)
"A laid-back feminist fable about a young woman pulling her life together over a complicated summer, Franco-Belgian drama Baden Baden is a confident, witty debut for French writer-director Rachel Lang."
I Am Not Your Negro (2016)
The Girl on the Train (2016)
The Fencer (Miekkailija) (2014)
Sand Storm (Sufat Chol) (2016)
"As Layla, Lamis Ammar carries herself with a self-confidence that's tested, to her chagrin, when her hopes collide with tradition. Playing Jalila, veteran actress Ruba Blal-Asfour carries fatalism in her every glance and movement."
Orphan (Orpheline) (2016)
Blue Jay (2016)
Brain on Fire (2016)
The Edge of Seventeen (2016)
"There's sweetness and a smidge of wisdom to be found in The Edge Of Seventeen, a likeable coming-of-age comedy-drama that's too generic to recommend but enjoyable enough to make you curious what its writer-director and stars will do next."
City of Tiny Lights (2016)
"Attempts to bring a fresh perspective to the traditional film noir thriller but winds up falling back on all the old familiar cliches from world weary narration to flirtatious banter that falls far below the Bogart-Bacall benchmark."
The Secret Scripture (2016)
London Fields (2015)
"London Fields overflows with interesting ideas but they are frequently buried under lurid fantasy sequences, blunt-edged satire and the sense that it is much more amused by its own wild daring than we are."
"Despite its big-name cast (Catherine Keener is on impressive form), most viewers will find it an impossibly pretentious, drifting picture that, while brimful of pseudo-philosophising, lacks substance where it matters."
"[The film] portrays a Mostar so riven that even the most commonplace activities are blighted by disharmony, catastrophe hits frequently without warning and "ordinary people" are near too fed up to go on."
Into the Inferno (2016)
Deepwater Horizon (2016)
Soul on a String (2016)
Salt and Fire (2016)
The Rehearsal (2016)
Anatomy of Violence (2016)