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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/4
2
3.5/4
James White (2015)
Josh Mond's debut film is the indie find of the year, filled with scenes that hit like a shot in the heart. Cynthia Nixon digs so deep into her character that you can feel her nerve endings.
Posted Nov 13, 2015
3
2.5/4
The 33 (2015)
4
1/4
By The Sea (2015)
5
2.5/4
Trumbo (2015)
6
3.5/4
Brooklyn (2015)
7
4/4
Spotlight (2015)
8
3.5/4
Spectre (2015)
9
3/4
10
1/4
Burnt (2015)
11
3/4
I Smile Back (2015)
12
3/4
Suffragette (2015)
13
2.5/4
14
3/4
Goosebumps (2015)
15
3.5/4
16
3/4
Truth (2015)
17
3.5/4
Room (2015)
18
2.5/4
Crimson Peak (2015)
19
3/4
20
1/4
Pan (2015)
21
4/4
Steve Jobs (2015)
22
2.5/4
Freeheld (2015)
23
3/4
The Walk (2015)
24
3.5/4
The Martian (2015)
25
3.5/4
26
3/4
99 Homes (2015)
27
2.5/4
The Intern (2015)
28
3/4
29
3.5/4
Sicario (2015)
30
3/4
Everest (2015)
31
3.5/4
Black Mass (2015)
32
3/4
33
3.5/4
34
2.5/4
The Visit (2015)
Not in the same league as The Sixth Sense, but Shyamalan ends a long dry spell with The Visit. No spoilers, except to say that cheap thrills can still be a blast.
Posted Sep 10, 2015
35
1.5/4
36
1/4
No Escape (2015)
37
3/4
38
3/4
39
3/4
Grandma (2015)
40
2/4
The movie's twisty charm gives way to gory splatter, but Eisenberg and Stewart stay appealing to the last.
Posted Aug 19, 2015
41
3/4
42
2.5/4
43
3.5/4
44
3.5/4
45
3.5/4
46
2.5/4
47
0/4
48
3.5/4
49
1.5/4
Vacation (2015)
50
3/4
Cruise fires up everything he has as actor and athlete, showing that Mission: Impossible still has gas in its tank even when its engine sputters.
Posted Jul 29, 2015