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Title/Year
Author
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'71 (2015)
2
Deli Man (2015)
Pull up a chair and listen.
Posted Mar 16, 2015
3
Cronenberg is seriously late to the party.
Posted Mar 16, 2015
4
Filmmaker Boorman's stroll down memory lane does not bowl us over with rapid-fire hilarity. It soothes us and then melts away unobtrusively.
Posted Feb 25, 2015
5
Still Alice (2015)
Movies about slowly dying characters almost never leave us feeling ennobled or uplifted - they make us feel like suckers.
Posted Jan 23, 2015
6
Blackhat (2015)
Disappointingly inert, lifeless adventure.
Posted Jan 23, 2015
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Mr. Turner (2014)
10
Selma (2015)
Think of it as "Civil Rights for beginners."
Posted Jan 23, 2015
11
Big Eyes (2014)
Bad taste is timeless.
Posted Jan 23, 2015
12
The story never seems to end. It just keeps lurching on, anti-climax after anti-climax.
Posted Jan 23, 2015
13
As he begins to doubt, so do we.
Posted Jan 23, 2015
14
Unbroken (2014)
Irony is not allowed, only old-fashioned bravery.
Posted Jan 23, 2015
15
Seems a trifle weary, as if everyone were exhausted and anxious to finally get it over with.
Posted Jan 23, 2015
16
Annie (2014)
17
As dead as the Dead Sea Scrolls.
Posted Jan 23, 2015
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Wild (2014)
There's something about a cinematic road trip that circulates the juices, stirs the pheromones.
Posted Jan 23, 2015
21
You'll want to wear a sweater to the theater.
Posted Jan 23, 2015
22
The Homesman (2014)
23
Foxcatcher (2014)
We leave the theater with a queasy feeling, as if we've stayed too long at a peep show.
Posted Jan 23, 2015
24
Low Down (2014)
A must-see for a very particular audience.
Posted Jan 23, 2015
25
Stephen Hawking is the best thing that's ever happened to Redmayne's career, and The Theory of Everything is a treat.
Posted Jan 5, 2015
26
We've seen our share of dramas and sitcoms about LGBT couples, but very few that have the wit and style of Ira Sachs' Love Is Strange.
Posted Jan 4, 2015
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Laggies (2014)
Minimal corn and maximum congeniality.
Posted Nov 7, 2014
30
Interstellar (2014)
31
Nightcrawler (2014)
Despite the grisly trimmings and Gyllenhaal's unhinged performance, it's coldly analytical and dry as a bone.
Posted Nov 7, 2014
32
Birdman (2014)
33
Whiplash (2014)
One of the most impactful student-teacher yarns in many moons.
Posted Nov 7, 2014
34
A documentary that reflects a perfect storm of American social and economic problems.
Posted Oct 24, 2014
35
Fury (2014)
36
Lilting (2014)
Lilting stars wilting from its very first scene.
Posted Oct 17, 2014
37
Just about the saddest movie of the season, particularly for men and women in the news industry.
Posted Oct 17, 2014
38
It's pretty to look at, at any rate.
Posted Oct 17, 2014
39
Gone Girl (2014)
Their character hell is our luxuriant garden of human folly.
Posted Oct 17, 2014
40
Aggressively harmless.
Posted Oct 17, 2014
41
Splendid period footage and relatively little politics.
Posted Oct 17, 2014
42
Wetlands (2014)
Sets new standards for the frank spotlighting of bodily functions.
Posted Sep 22, 2014
43
Tusk (2014)
44
The Drop (2014)
45
A must for music lovers.
Posted Sep 22, 2014
46
The Notebook (2014)
This chilly piece of work is beautiful to look at and listen to.
Posted Sep 22, 2014
47
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A Letter to Momo is a sweet, melancholy story with beautiful artwork that pays special attention to both natural surroundings and traditional Japanese animistic spirits, but its appeal is overwhelmingly human.
Posted Sep 5, 2014
49
A brisk combination of bloodshed and pratfalls.
Posted Aug 27, 2014
50
What If (2014)
Jelly donut romantic comedy, a haphazard tale of two dorks in love.
Posted Aug 20, 2014