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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/5
2
4/5
Ghostbusters (2016)
3
4/5
4
2/5
5
4/5
Wiener-Dog (2016)
6
4/5
7
3/5
8
4/5
9
3/5
Out of Print (2016)
10
3/5
11
2/5
12
5/5
Blue Velvet (1986)
13
4/5
Weiner (2016)
14
4/5
15
2/5
16
3/5
The BFG (2016)
17
3/5
18
4/5
The Shallows (2016)
19
3/5
20
4/5
Tickled (2016)
21
4/5
22
2/5
23
2/5
24
3/5
25
4/5
26
4/5
27
2/5
Genius (2016)
28
4/5
De Palma (2016)
29
2/5
30
3/5
The Witness (2016)
31
5/5
Finding Dory (2016)
32
1/5
33
2/5
Warcraft (2016)
34
2/5
35
5/5
36
4/5
37
4/5
38
3/5
39
1/5
The most groan-worthy Bay moment comes early on when Megan Fox's journalist, April O'Neal, manages to find some reasoning to dress up like a nerd girl in a porn skit and a school girl with a hiked-up kilt--all in one scene.
Posted Jun 3, 2016
40
2/5
41
4/5
Popstar's not revelatory, but it's an awful lot of fun.
Posted Jun 2, 2016
42
3/5
43
4/5
I Am The Blues isn't a flashy, sexy music documentary. It just wades in and gets the job done.
Posted Jun 1, 2016
44
1/5
The Steps (2015)
The Steps has one great line and one great performance, and it's remarkable that those two things are even detectable in this awful, awful comedy.
Posted Jun 1, 2016
45
4/5
Chevalier (2016)
Who these men are and why they're alone together are left unexplained, which is the smartest thing director Athina Rachel Tsangari and co-writer Efthymis Filippou could have done.
Posted Jun 1, 2016
46
3/5
Hevn (2015)
Hevn [is] a Norwegian/Canadian thriller that's designed like an airplane novel. That's not a slight; the entire movie is packaged for easy digestion and surface appeal.
Posted May 26, 2016
47
3/5
I didn't mind spending time with these characters, even when their movie seemed on the verge of shaking itself apart.
Posted May 25, 2016
48
4/5
Deftly staged, briskly paced and very funny, thanks largely to Beckinsale's crack timing and Tom Bennett's breakout performance.
Posted May 25, 2016
49
1/5
Every line reading feels like a contractual obligation.
Posted May 25, 2016
50
3/5
This may be the most gifted cast yet assembled for a superhero movie, and it's enjoyable to simply watch them play pretend together... [However,] Apocalypse too often feels like a reworking of familiar elements.
Posted May 25, 2016