"The results are standardized to the point of frustration, but don't take this as a sign you shouldn't see Trainwreck; it's often hysterical, it's wonderfully acted, and if you like Schumer there's no reason not to support her work."
Stations of the Cross (2015)
"Stations of the Cross belongs among the decade's best films about the lengths one must go to in order to balance strong beliefs with a tolerance toward a secular world that fights against those beliefs."
The Amazing Spider-Man (2012)
Kingsman: The Secret Service (2015)
"You'll leave with a renewed appreciation for a once-in-a-generation talent and a sense that the woman you just watched for two hours was complicated and important, bigger than life but undeniably human."
"Self/less is a sci-fi thriller that revisits several familiar cinematic tropes... The mishmash unfortunately falls flat, hampered by a weak script and some unusually wooden onscreen moments from usually excellent actors."
The Gallows (2015)
"Please don't go see The Gallows. Please. As someone who passionately, deeply loves movies, especially horror movies, and laments that not nearly enough genre offerings actually land a theatrical release: I beg of you, please don't go see The Gallows."
The Bronze (2016)
Do I Sound Gay? (2015)
Magic Mike XXL (2015)
Terminator Genisys (2015)
Cartel Land (2015)
7 Minutes (2015)
A Murder In The Park (2015)
"Rech and Kimber deserve great credit for crafting a searing courtroom presentation with impressive, convincing power, but their procedural coldness leaves the real victim of this travesty off on the sidelines."
The Algerian (2015)
"Truly, Runoff can be an uncomfortable film to watch -- both because Levin's subject matter is supposed to make us uncomfortable and because her film leaves so much untended, is in the end so uneven."
Big Game (2015)
The Little Death (2015)
Ted 2 (2015)
Batkid Begins (2015)
"This is not to diminish the incredible efforts put forth by many on that 2013 day. But if Batkid Begins is meant to chronicle those events, why does it seem so incurious about getting to the roots of how such a phenomenon occurred?"
The Tribe (2015)
Inside Out (2015)
"What's most cheering about the film -- and most like Pixar's celebrated classics -- is that it's so emotionally astute. You cry because it makes you happy, and you cry because it makes you sad, and you cry because it's all true."
The Overnight (2015)
An Open Secret (2015)
"If you aren't familiar with any of the stories Berg presents, I suspect you'll find the material covered in An Open Secret horrific and shocking. If you are familiar, you'll still find it horrific and shocking."
"Pacino dials everything down, but at this stage of his career, it's hard to envision him as someone as plainly ordinary as Manglehorn. The star persona takes over even when the actor tries to suppress it."
Cartel Land (2015)
Love & Mercy (2015)
Heaven Knows What (2015)
Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015)
"For a genre all-too-often relegated to the direct-to-video market, a fan can't help but hope that the big theatrical release treatment will yield a better and more original entry than Insidious: Chapter 3."
The Wolfpack (2015)
Jurassic World (2015)
"If Jurassic World remains willfully dopey, at least it knows how to have a good time; it's harebrained but never boring, and unlike the last two sequels, it has a proper if overstated reverence for Steven Spielberg's original classic."
United Passions (2015)
"Director Frédéric Auburtin's movie is a mushy, stakes-free drama that attempts to impress all the conventions of biographical cinema upon a self-impressed overview of business world maneuvering and horse-trading."
The Film Critic (2015)
We Are Still Here (2015)
Testament Of Youth (2015)
"The endless list of cameos including Tom Brady, Russell Wilson and Liam Neeson serve well enough as brief amusement, though most are so brief or lazily shoehorned in, that they linger for the viewer more as missed opportunities than appreciated effort."
San Andreas (2015)
"Like 2012 jacked up on both steroids and meth, there are no surprises to be had, no shades of grey, only the epic, the over the top and, at its brain-bursting best, the rollicking escape of a popcorn disaster flick."
The Nightmare (2015)
Pound Of Flesh (2015)
Our Man in Tehran (2015)