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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2.5/5
Odyssea (2013)
2
3.5/5
3
4/5
4
2/5
Trauma (2013)
5
4/5
6
4/5
7
4.5/5
One Please (2013)
8
2/5
9
2/5
Love Letter (2014)
10
1/5
Bad Johnson (2014)
11
2.5/5
12
Brick Mansions starts to crumble before the movie really begins. Somehow, the writers of the original film managed to screw up everything they got right the first time around.
Posted Apr 25, 2014
13
Child Of God (2014)
In the opening scene, an unnamed narrator claims Lester is, "a child of God much like yourself perhaps." If this is true, jokes on us because only Satan could spawn a man like Lester Ballard.
Posted Apr 16, 2014
14
3.5/5
15
4.5/5
Detonator (2014)
16
A
We Gotta Get Out of This Place is screenwriter Dutch Southern's first produced script, and please God, don't let it be his last. From the grimy atmosphere of the town, to the bravura of his raw and untouchable dialogue - he's a wizard of words and mood.
Posted Apr 8, 2014
17
3.5/5
18
A
Joe (2014)
Powerful and crushing. Joe is another profound achievement in David Gordon Green's career.
Posted Apr 7, 2014
19
4.5/5
20
4/5
3 Mile Limit (2014)
21
4/5
Animals (2015)
It is a character study that reminds me of the first time I saw Gus Van Sant's Drugstore Cowboy. And it could eventually herald the arrival of as important a talent.
Posted Mar 21, 2014
22
3/5
13 Sins (2014)
There's a reason these Faustian tales keep sprouting up in our pop culture. We're fascinated by how we would respond in the same nightmarish situation. And Daniel Stamm is fascinated by us.
Posted Mar 19, 2014
23
3.5/5
Buzzard (2015)
24
4.5/5
City Baby (2013)
25
Welcome to The Grand Budapest Hotel: An intimate and charming retreat with supreme comfort and guest-themed hospitality.
Posted Mar 13, 2014
26
3.5/5.0
A smart, fun movie that also feels distinctly like at least a half-season worth of plot and character crammed into a film's running time.
Posted Mar 13, 2014
27
4/5
Cropsey (2010)
As intriguing as it is downright eerie.
Posted Mar 3, 2014
28
0.5/5
As non-fiction filmmaking goes, this work is a complete disaster.
Posted Feb 28, 2014
29
3.5/5
30
3.5/5
31
3.5/5
Dead Dad (2012)
32
3/5
33
4/5
Salinger (2013)
For those captivated by Salinger's writing, this intelligent and often invigorating film provides fine insight into his world.
Posted Feb 19, 2014
34
3/5
35
0/5
36
3.5/5
Rinko Kikuchi is amazing as Kumiko.
Posted Feb 7, 2014
37
Blood Rush (2012)
38
3.5/4
As a writer/director, Kennedy has created a fascinating vision of emotional isolation and physical angst along the seedier edges of New York.
Posted Feb 4, 2014
39
2.5/5
40
5/5
Listen Up Philip is the third feature from Alex Ross-Perry, the new master of the awkward and uncomfortable cinematic experience.
Posted Jan 29, 2014
41
4/5
Spring in a Small Town uses this schematic to build a tight, emotionally tense triangular drama that questions fidelity, suppressed emotions and the balance of love and responsibility.
Posted Jan 29, 2014
42
3.5/5
43
3.5/5
Marmato (2014)
44
4/5
45
3.5/5
46
4/5
Cut to Black (2013)
47
4/5
Blue Ruin (2014)
Blue Ruin is an awesome and bloody thriller that also takes a good, hard look at the toll revenge can have on individuals as well as those around them.
Posted Jan 27, 2014
48
4.5/5
49
3/4
The Babadook (2014)
Throw in a few fresh images, great performances and enough creepy audio to have you fearing those dark corners again, and you have one entertaining and frightening experience in store.
Posted Jan 25, 2014
50
3/4
This film deserves to be seen as a major breakthrough for Jenny Slate who commands the kind of humor and honesty that stars possess.
Posted Jan 25, 2014