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Your Movies (cleveland.com)

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3.5/5
Marshall (2017)
Chadwick Bozeman excels again in his third biopic in four years, this time the tamely named 'Marshall.' Though 'Thurgood' might have been a wiser title, more than a few entertaining and important moments remain in an occasionally uneven telling.
Posted Oct 15, 2017
2
5/5
3
3/5
Though its breeziness mostly disappears after the first 30 minutes or so, thank goodness Dame Judi Dench, as the titled Queen, sticks around for the duration.
Posted Oct 4, 2017
4
3/5
Tom Cruise once again refuses to act his age, this time prancing merrily into some extreme mayhem and a cadre of mostly notorious, '80s-era newsmakers.
Posted Sep 29, 2017
5
2.5/5
For some reason, Ben Stiller returns to "Walter Mitty" mode, and even some fine work from Austin Abrams (as his son) can't save us from the monotony.
Posted Sep 22, 2017
6
4/5
The story becomes much more than simply a tennis exhibition. And, quite fittingly, Stone, Carell, a grand ensemble cast, and their "Little Miss Sunshine" co-directors mostly get back to the top of their game.
Posted Sep 22, 2017
7
1.5/5
mother! (2017)
Overheard at TIFF: So (the studio) probably gave Aronofsky a (boat)load of money and said, 'Make whatever you want.' That sounds about right. monstrous!
Posted Sep 16, 2017
8
2.5/5
Logan Lucky (2017)
9
4.5/5
Wind River (2017)
10
3/5
Brigsby Bear (2017)
11
3.5/5
Menashe (2017)
12
4.5/5
Step (2017)
13
3/5
14
3.5/5
Lady Macbeth (2017)
It's certainly "mean, mean, mean," as little kids might say, but its brief running time and that wicked performance from Florence Pugh make it mostly delectable, too.
Posted Aug 4, 2017
15
2/5
Detroit (2017)
Can you say dull and manipulative, boys and girls? Stereotypes and clich├ęs abound in "Detroit," a movie that's more messy than the city, like many others, still rebounding from oh so many socio-economic struggles.
Posted Aug 3, 2017
16
4/5
17
4.5/5
Dunkirk (2017)
18
3.5/5
A hefty performance by Andy Serkis and an epic climax manage to penetrate the heart of darkness in this solemn and dreary finale to the latest 'Apes' trilogy. It obviously needs a few more monkey shines.
Posted Jul 14, 2017
19
2.5/5
20
4/5
The Big Sick (2017)
21
3.5/5
The Beguiled (2017)
Colin Farrell certainly is no Clint Eastwood (who played a similar role in the 1971 original), but the ladies rule this one, including Sofia Coppola and her oddly haunting direction.
Posted Jun 30, 2017
22
4/5
Baby Driver (2017)
23
3/5
24
3.5/5
25
2.5/5
Eleanor Coppola serves it up as nice and light as a sweet French pastry until it finally falls flat in an unfulfilling final act.
Posted Jun 19, 2017
26
3/5
Blame it on the nitrogen narcosis, but this is what summer flicks used to be all about -- small, quick, a little scary and very silly, even if it's not intentional.
Posted Jun 17, 2017
27
2.5/5
28
4.5/5
29
4/5
30
3/5
Megan Leavey (2017)
31
3/5
32
2.5/5
33
4/5
Wonder Woman (2017)
34
3.5/5
The Lovers (2017)
35
2/5
36
4.5/5
37
3.5/5
Chuck (2017)
38
3/5
39
3.5/5
Sure it's a long way from Tennyson's 'Idylls of the King' to this wild and crazy Guy Ritchie movie. Still, if you simply roll with the director's usual assortment of noisy hooligans, you'll have some fun with it.
Posted May 12, 2017
40
3.5/5
41
3.5/5
42
2/5
The Promise (2017)
43
4/5
Free Fire (2017)
44
4/5
Gifted (2017)
Kids can make or break movies, and McKenzie Grace really is seriously 'Gifted.' Chris Evans certainly flashes some low-key star power as well.
Posted Apr 14, 2017
45
2.5/5
With 'The Fast and Furious' franchise now in James Bond-like territory by way of a 'who woulda thunk' eighth installment, 'The Fate of the Furious' loses most if its muscle just about any time anyone opens his mouth.
Posted Apr 14, 2017
46
3/5
47
3.5/5
48
2/5
49
2.5/5
50
3.5/5