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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2.5/4
Tomorrowland (2015)
Brad Bird's Tomorrowland, a noble failure about trying to succeed, is written and directed with such open-hearted optimism that you cheer it on even as it stumbles.
Posted May 21, 2015
2
2.5/4
3
3/4
Good Kill (2015)
4
3/4
5
3.5/4
6
3/4
The D Train (2015)
7
2.5/4
Maggie (2015)
8
1/4
Hot Pursuit (2015)
9
3/4
10
2.5/4
11
3/4
12
3.5/4
13
2/4
True Story (2015)
14
3/4
Unfriended (2015)
15
3/4
Ex Machina (2015)
16
3.5/4
17
3.5/4
Furious 7 (2015)
18
3/4
Stiller's scenes with the gifted Adam Driver escalate into generational comic warfare of a high order. Baumbach touches a raw nerve.
Posted Mar 26, 2015
19
1/4
Serena (2015)
20
1.5/4
Get Hard (2015)
Get Hard is one limp noodle.
Posted Mar 26, 2015
21
3/4
Danny Collins has no intention of breaking new ground. But Pacino and a top cast make it mean something.
Posted Mar 20, 2015
22
1/4
The Gunman (2015)
The Gunman degenerates into dreary setups for guns and gore. Penn merits more. So do we.
Posted Mar 20, 2015
23
2/4
Insurgent (2015)
24
3.5/4
25
1/4
The Cobbler (2015)
26
3/4
Cinderella (2015)
27
3/4
It Follows (2015)
Writer-director David Robert Mitchell has clearly studied up on John Carpenter. But Mitchell has his own twisted gift for letting atmosphere help define character. It Follows creeps you out big-time.
Posted Mar 12, 2015
28
2.5/4
29
1.5/4
Chappie (2015)
30
31
3/5
32
3/4
'71 (2015)
33
3.5/4
34
2.5/4
Focus (2015)
35
3.5/4
Wild Tales (2015)
36
2.5/4
Inspiration is for sale in here. And though more than a spoonful of sugar is slathered over the fact-based script, the movie delivers as promised on the thrill of the race and the lump in the throat.
Posted Feb 20, 2015
37
3/4
38
2.5/4
The sublime Anna Kendrick and Jeremy Jordan work miracles, giving glorious voice to their roles, making it easy to overlook the failings in The Last Five Years. Let it in and it knocks you back on your heels. Just like love.
Posted Feb 11, 2015
39
3/4
40
1/4
41
42
43
4/4
Ida (2014)
44
1/4
45
3/4
The Humbling (2015)
46
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
47
2/4
48
3.5/4
Mommy (2015)
49
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
50
2.5/4
Cake (2015)