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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/4
2
1/4
3
4
5
4/4
Ida (2014)
6
1/4
7
3/4
The Humbling (2015)
8
1.5/4
Song One (2015)
Despite the delicate shadings Hathaway brings to the role, Song One moves inexorably from wan to wearying.
Posted Jan 29, 2015
9
2/4
10
3.5/4
Mommy (2015)
11
2.5/4
Black Sea (2015)
Director Kevin Macdonald uses the Das Boot-like claustrophobia for maximum tension, then deadens the thrills with flashbacks. Ah, jeez.
Posted Jan 21, 2015
12
2.5/4
Cake (2015)
13
3.5/4
Red Army (2015)
14
Cry-Baby (1990)
15
3/5
Paddington (2015)
16
3/5
Still Alice (2015)
17
3/4
Blackhat (2015)
18
3/4
You won't be able to take your eyes off Sarah Snook, an Aussie actress who makes whatever sex she's playing almost irrelevant. You watch her. You hear her. You believe.
Posted Jan 9, 2015
19
0/4
Taken 3 (2015)
20
2/4
The Gambler (2014)
21
3.5/4
22
2.5/4
Big Eyes (2014)
For all its tonal shifts and erratic pacing, the film is Burton's heartfelt tribute to the yearning that drives even the most marginalized artist to self expression no matter what the hell anyone thinks.
Posted Dec 30, 2014
23
3.5/4
24
2.5/4
25
3.5/4
Unbroken (2014)
26
3.5/4
27
2.5/4
28
3.5/4
Selma (2015)
29
3.5/4
Leviathan (2014)
30
0/4
Annie (2014)
31
3.5/4
Mr. Turner (2014)
32
2/4
33
2.5/4
34
3.5/4
Top Five (2014)
35
3/4
36
3/4
Wild (2014)
With the help of a scrappy script by Nick Hornby that allows bursts of humor to break through the darkness, Witherspoon cuts to the bruised core of Cheryl's heart, rattling between desperation and determination.
Posted Dec 3, 2014
37
3/3
The Babadook (2014)
38
3.5/4
39
3/4
40
1.5/4
41
3/3
42
3/4
The Homesman (2014)
43
3/4
Rosewater (2014)
44
4/4
Foxcatcher (2014)
45
3/4
Big Hero 6 (2014)
46
3.5/4
47
3.5/4
Interstellar (2014)
48
2/4
Horns (2014)
49
3.5/4
Nightcrawler (2014)
50
2.5/4
Poppe can't match the stunning opener of Binoche photographing a suicide bomber in Kabul with scenes of domesticity. But Binoche never falters. She's the film's fire and grieving heart.
Posted Oct 24, 2014