Mean Dreams (2016)
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back (2016)
Keeping Up With The Joneses (2016)
American Pastoral (2016)
Ouija: Origin of Evil (2016)
American Honey (2016)
"Do you enjoy bloated, repetitive and heavy-handed movies? If so, gorge yourself on American Honey, a coming-of-age film so drenched with simple metaphors about Americana that you expect it to leave a sticky residue."
Asura: The City of Madness (2016)
Complete Unknown (2016)
Kevin Hart: What Now? (2016)
The Accountant (2016)
"Does the film ultimately add up to good entertainment? I leave you with the wisdom of former accountant Bob Newhart: "My theory of accounting was that as long as you got within two or three bucks of it, you were all right.""
"Denial is, if nothing else, a rousing thespian pageant, a showcase for the sort of histrionics that impress not so much as good or bad as simply abundant. For better or worse, you're unlikely to see more acting all year."
The Birth of a Nation (2016)
"The story resonates today, both as an important early chapter in the sordid tale of American race relations, and as frightfully good cinematic drama. [Nate Parker] clearly understands the incendiary nature of the story."
The Girl on the Train (2016)
Milton's Secret (2016)
The Lovers And The Despot (2016)
Operation Avalanche (2016)
"Operation Avalanche is both a hilarious mockumentary and a tense thriller that dares to imagine what crazy people have been saying for 40 years; that Apollo astronauts never actually walked on the moon."
Deepwater Horizon (2016)
"Deepwater Horizon does very little that is new or improved when compared to past movies about real-life disasters. But it goes through the motions with such certainty and skill that it's hard to fault the film for being what it is, and doing it well."
Finding Altamira (Altamira) (2016)
"Director Hugh Hudson shoots in lush settings and provides ample footage of the incredible paintings; this could make a nice double feature alongside Werner Herzog's documentary Cave of Forgotten Dreams."
"[This] spy picture is top-notch, with masterful editing, and inspired musical cues that include Louis Armstrong's" When You're Smiling" as a backing track to one of several rather intense torture scenes."
Queen of Katwe (2016)
""To find where you belong... sometimes you must make your move" is the Disney-approved, no-doubt-focus-tested tagline that bubbles up in block letters during the trailer... That's how groan-inducingly broad this stuff is."
The Dressmaker (2016)
The Magnificent Seven (2016)
Blair Witch (2016)
Bridget Jones's Baby (2016)
For the Love of Spock (2016)
The Wild Life (2016)
"The best thing to be said about this pedestrian, sedentary storyline is that it contains no bathroom humour. But since it also contains practically no humour at all, this isn't much of an endorsement."
The 9th Life of Louis Drax (2016)
"Louis Drax is a disaster. That's true of the title character, a nine-year-old boy whose life has been filled with one near-fatal accident after another. Unfortunately, it also describes this movie, the latest from director Alexandre Aja."
The Light Between Oceans (2016)
A Tale of Love and Darkness (2016)
"Because the film tells her complicated story through the eyes of her son, he has to have a staggering amount of intuition. Fortunately, his childhood innocence doesn't deter the audience from understanding the nuance of his mother's struggle."
Angry Indian Goddesses (2015)
In Order of Disappearance (2016)
Southside With You (2016)
Edge of Winter (2016)
Don't Breathe (2016)
"Our heroes are compelled to spend so much time skulking around the house quietly that whenever one of them do make a noise, often stupidly, the entire audience groans in unison, as if they're blurting out, "Hey, blind man, I'm over here!" "
Miss Sharon Jones! (2016)