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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
The Gift (2015)
2
Horse Money (2015)
3
Pixels (2015)
4
5
6
Inception (2010)
7
Does nothing to salvage McQueen's reputation, as, in essence, a paranoid, drug-taking womaniser who loved fast cars and was prone to domestic violence.
Posted Jul 20, 2015
8
9
Portman adores Oz's book and its characters so much that she never quite digs deeply enough to bring them to life.
Posted Jul 20, 2015
10
A Frencher-than-French tale of deeply-anchored yet partially thwarted romance, Arnaud Desplechin's My Golden Days is touching, involving and very well acted.
Posted Jul 20, 2015
11
The Lobster (2016)
12
13
14
15
16
A Hard Day (2015)
17
Daredevil (2003)
18
19
Elektra (2005)
20
The Gallows (2015)
21
Ant-Man (2015)
Jokey rather than funny, and a bit forced when it's trying to be sincere, Ant-Man has plenty of enthusiasm but not a lot of inspiration, Reed unable to conceive the film in such a way that it establishes its own niche in the big-screen Marvel landscape.
Posted Jul 8, 2015
22
Spider-Man (2002)
23
Strangerland (2015)
The disappearance of a married couple's two children plays out in dispiritingly predictable and melodramatic fashion in Strangerland.
Posted Jul 7, 2015
24
25
Self/less (2015)
26
Paper Towns (2015)
Credit Schreier and his screenwriters for locating the genuine sentiment within a familiar tale, but that doesn't keep Paper Towns from feeling like well-trod turf.
Posted Jul 4, 2015
27
28
Trainwreck (2015)
Before it starts to lose steam in its third act, Trainwreck is a deft blend of laughs, romance and poignancy - not to mention one of Apatow's most polished, mature works.
Posted Jul 3, 2015
29
Tangerine (2015)
30
31
32
33
Stray Dog (2015)
Sympathetic without being sentimental or condescending, Stray Dog is an enormously touching, understated look at an aging Vietnam veteran still wrestling with the invisible scars of a war that took place some 40 years ago.
Posted Jun 29, 2015
34
Though saddled with plenty of obstacles, including the absence of Matthew McConaughey, "XXL" has an agreeably ramshackle spirit and another winning turn from Channing Tatum.
Posted Jun 29, 2015
35
Max (2015)
36
This reboot is little more than its strenuous, sometimes skilful navigation through a well-established chronology, inspiring ambivalence more than awe.
Posted Jun 24, 2015
37
38
Big Game (2015)
39
40
King Jack (2016)
A graceful, small-scale film set in working-class Hudson Valley, New York over the course of an aimless summer break.
Posted Jun 19, 2015
41
Minions (2015)
A crazy, spirited, if simplistic fusion of off-beat adult humour blended with the sensibility of an anarchic toddler.
Posted Jun 18, 2015
42
Southpaw (2015)
Intermittently compelling but mostly perfunctory.
Posted Jun 17, 2015
43
Cartel Land (2015)
44
An immersive delight.
Posted Jun 15, 2015
45
It would be a difficult task for any up-and-coming director to match Spielberg's visual panache, but Trevorrow fails to capture the power or wonder of these rampaging dinos.
Posted Jun 10, 2015
46
Sims balances sentiment, wry comedy and debate as he immerses audiences in a sensitive story.
Posted Jun 9, 2015
47
Ardor (2015)
In its favour, El Arbor looks bewitching, the banks of the Parana River shrouded in mist and vegetation.
Posted Jun 8, 2015
48
London Road (2016)
Dazzling, if niche, entertainment.
Posted Jun 8, 2015
49
Tonnerre (2014)
50