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Author
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The leads' tart comedic rapport remains exquisite as they once again play fictionalised versions of themselves, traveling, eating and riffing for our considerable amusement.
Posted Jan 21, 2014
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Life Itself (2014)
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5
The Voices (2015)
A risky mix of tones pays off in The Voices, one of the more playful, compassionate portrayals of a serial killer you're likely to see.
Posted Jan 20, 2014
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Happy Valley (2014)
8
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Calvary (2014)
A rich character drama that's equally eloquent and despairing, "Calvary" carries a weary resignation that feels lived-in and deeply considered.
Posted Jan 20, 2014
10
Marmato (2014)
11
Eventually, one succumbs to this comedy-drama's tear-jerking assault, even if at the same time acknowledging the movie's navel-gazing limitations.
Posted Jan 19, 2014
12
Young Ones (2014)
As bone-dry as the harsh environment where its characters live, Young Ones gives us a futuristic Western so bleak that its pitiless tone becomes downright mesmerizing.
Posted Jan 19, 2014
13
I Origins (2014)
This sci-fi romantic drama is consistently engaging and unpredictable, growing in emotional impact as its mysteries start to slowly assert themselves.
Posted Jan 19, 2014
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God's Pocket (2014)
An unwieldy dark comedy, the feature directorial debut of "Mad Men" star John Slattery is ultimately too shaggy and tonally inconsistent to hold together.
Posted Jan 18, 2014
16
Laggies (2014)
A very likeable, often funny comedy that fails to dig deep enough into its questions of maturity and commitment.
Posted Jan 18, 2014
17
Frank (2014)
An idiosyncratic glimpse into music and mental illness, "Frank" falters more than it soars, but it's intriguing watching this film follow the beat of its own unusual drum.
Posted Jan 18, 2014
18
Lilting (2014)
19
Unquestionably well-meaning, this tale of an ex-con who teaches some inner-city teens about discipline through chess treads incredibly familiar emotional terrain.
Posted Jan 17, 2014
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Omar (2014)
22
1.5/5
Ride Along (2014)
A showcase for what 50 percent effort and even less imagination looks like.
Posted Jan 15, 2014
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Vino Veritas (2014)
25
Devil's Due (2014)
26
Blue Ruin (2014)
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28
The Nut Job (2014)
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The Rocket (2014)
31
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Raze (2014)
33
Achieves a feeling of realistic socio-cultural milieu but suffers from an under-sketched narrative and a timidity born of parceled-out corporate profit protection.
Posted Jan 3, 2014
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Lore (2013)
36
Mama (2013)
Mama is a serviceable scary movie that never quite coheres into something special.
Posted Jan 1, 2014
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38
Grudge Match (2013)
39
47 Ronin (2013)
An unremarkable fantasy-adventure, "47 Ronin" skimps on the samurai action and stumbles when trying to be about weightier themes such as honor and destiny.
Posted Dec 23, 2013
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Quartet (2013)
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Tarzan (2014)
44
"Goodfellas" without the guns, "Wolf" finds Scorsese once again essaying an epic on American corruption, except this time in the land of stockbrokers instead of mobsters.
Posted Dec 17, 2013
45
A Hijacking (2013)
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3.5/5
Ferrell and his comrades exhibit a great rapport throughout. He, Carell and Rudd in particular have not only a gift for ad-libbing, but also nonverbal, in-character lateral thinking.
Posted Dec 16, 2013
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Child's Pose (2014)
49
Her (2013)
50
Frances Ha (2013)