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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/5
Life (2017)
2
3/5
3
4/5
4
3/5
5
4/5
Logan (2017)
6
4/5
Get Out (2017)
7
2/5
8
3/5
9
2/5
10
3/5
11
4/5
12
3/5
13
2/5
14
3/5
Split (2017)
15
2/5
16
4/5
Patriots Day (2017)
17
3/5
18
4/5
19
4/5
20
4/5
Lion (2016)
21
4/5
Fences (2016)
22
2/5
Why Him? (2016)
23
1/5
24
2/5
Passengers (2016)
25
3/5
Sing (2016)
26
2/5
27
4/5
La La Land (2016)
28
4/5
29
3/5
30
3/5
Miss Sloane (2016)
31
4/5
Jackie (2016)
32
2/5
Man Down (2016)
33
2/5
Bad Santa 2 (2016)
34
3/5
35
4/5
Moana (2016)
36
3/5
37
4/5
38
4/5
39
3/5
Loving (2016)
40
4/5
41
3/5
Inferno (2016)
42
3/5
43
3/5
44
3/5
45
3/5
Denial (2016)
A legal battle to prove that the Holocaust really occurred is the story behind this fascinating, but slow-paced, fact-based film. Rachel Weisz, Tom Wilkinson and Timothy Spall are undeniably terrific in the lead roles.
Posted Oct 6, 2016
46
4/5
47
3/5
A magical headmistress (Eva Green), endangered kids with special powers, time loops and an over-the-top villain (Samuel L. Jackson) add up to a fun trip. Not for small children, but this odd Tim Burton film works just fine for the older crowd.
Posted Sep 29, 2016
48
2/5
Masterminds (2016)
The true story of a $17 million heist is turned into an uneven extended SNL skit complete with cast members from that show. Zach Galifianakis is the mastermind behind some genuine laughs, but they are not enough to save this one-joke comedy.
Posted Sep 29, 2016
49
3/5
Poor Ugandan girl Phiona Mutesi (Madina Nalwanga) becomes a chess champion in this fascinating true story. Some fine performances raise the bar on this overlong, but inspirational, film with a few good moves.
Posted Sep 28, 2016
50
3/5