The Nice Guys (2016)
The Angry Birds Movie (2016)
Men & Chicken (Mænd & høns) (2016)
To Life (À la vie) (2016)
League of Exotique Dancers (2015)
Holy Hell (2016)
"Hiddleston is distressingly effective as a doctor who was already a little unbalanced before his neighbours go all Lord Of The Flies. And as an alpha-male resident, Luke Evans barrels straight over the top and never looks back."
Fire Song (2015)
Neon Bull (Boi Neon) (2016)
Money Monster (2016)
A Bigger Splash (2016)
Kill Zone 2 (Saat po long 2) (2016)
"Kill Zone 2 is about half an hour too long, with a plot so convoluted it should come with a flow chart. But none of that matters, because once people start jumping across rooms to murder each other, it's so much damn fun."
Sunset Song (2016)
"Agyness Deyn makes a striking lead as Chris Guthrie, who struggles to escape the shadow of her ferociously religious father and define herself as her own woman, even as she's drawn toward a young man from the village. "
The People Garden (2016)
Mothers and Daughters (2016)
Disorder (Maryland) (2016)
The Rainbow Kid (2015)
"Paputts runs into some problems with tone as the situations grow darker. But Harman's relaxed, naturalistic performance acts as a balm, and Christine Bougie's original music gives a touch of magic to the proceedings. "
Captain America: Civil War (2016)
Ratchet & Clank (2016)
Hit It Hard (2016)
"Numan is an awkward sort, diagnosed with Asperger's, who credits wife Gemma with holding things together and being the sparkplug in his life. Their relationship is endearing. The music just gets in the way. "
Precious Cargo (2016)
"Two late-80s icons go head-to-head in Precious Cargo: Die Hard's Bruce Willis and Mark-Paul Gosselaar. If that latter name doesn't, um, ring a bell, think Zack Morris. It's the onscreen match absolutely nobody asked for."
Mother's Day (2016)
"There's only a token black character in a movie set in Atlanta, where blacks outnumber whites by no small margin - Georgia's film tax credits must be incentive to lure more white people into the city."
Too Late (2016)
Green Room (2016)
Sing Street (2016)
"If Sing Street confirms that Carney, who made his name as the writer/director of Once and Begin Again, has only one trick as a filmmaker -- the infectious rapture of musical collaboration -- well, it's a pretty great trick."
The Huntsman: Winter's War (2016)
The Devil's Horn (2016)
The First Monday in May (2016)
"Rossi and his subjects explore that uncomfortable compromise between art and commerce, which, in its own way, can also be something beautiful. Where else would art historians work alongside Wong Kar-wai, Baz Luhrmann and Rihanna?"
No Men Beyond This Point (2015)
A Hologram for the King (2016)
Hello, My Name is Doris (2016)
"Director and co-writer Michael Showalter's script, especially in scenes about Doris's hoarding and the way her family relates to it, is slack, and the ending's a bit too pat. Still, it's fun to watch great actors do their thing."
A Sunday Kind of Love (2015)
"A few moments work very nicely, and Taylor and Scrofano have a zippy chemistry that makes it a pleasure just to watch them sit and talk together. But Sabbagh's script runs out of ideas about an hour in."
Barbershop: The Next Cut (2016)
"The movie deals tangentially with #BlackLivesMatter but what it's really about is the space: a place where a community can get together to share their anger, pain, faults and joys. That matters too. That's what these movies are."
The Dark Horse (2016)
"Potoni can't trust his own instincts, let alone convince others to trust him with vulnerable kids. Curtis makes you see that internal tension, raising the stakes on what would otherwise be a conventional inspirational drama."
Prisoner X (2015)
Miles Ahead (2016)
"The first and third acts are efficient extended chases, but there's an hour in the middle that's just Costner wandering around London grimacing and bleeding from various wounds. Or at least it felt that way."
The Jungle Book (2016)
Across the Line (2015)
The Boss (2016)