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Your Movies (cleveland.com)

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2.5/5
The Seagull (2018)
A lot of swell actors chew up all the nice country scenery, but It remains a Chekhov stage play searching for a truly engaging film translation.
Posted Jun 16, 2018
2
5/5
3
3/5
Superfly (2018)
4
3/5
A first glance at the iconic Jodie Foster is rather alarrming but, just like this violent, crazy quilt of a movie, she and her character might grow on you.
Posted Jun 10, 2018
5
2.5/5
Ocean's 8 (2018)
The latest "Ocean's" keeps pace with other overstuffed sequels this summer. Too many stars; not enough screenplay to go around.
Posted Jun 9, 2018
6
4.5/5
7
4/5
Hereditary (2018)
8
4/5
The Rider (2018)
9
2/5
Adrift (2018)
10
3/5
Han and Chewie heading into warp speed (then flashback) might have provided the early bolt the first act sorely needs. Still. it's an OK space vehicle for anyone but 'Star Wars' junkies likely expecting a better ride.
Posted May 25, 2018
11
4/5
12
2/5
Deadpool 2 (2018)
13
4/5
Disobedience (2018)
14
2.5/5
Book Club (2018)
15
2.5/5
Tully (2018)
Though 'Tully' is billed as a comedy, there's nothing funny about the slings and arrows of the outrageous motherhood portrayed by a fine Charlize Theron. In fact, if and when you think about what really happens to her, it's not entirely cohesive, either.
Posted May 3, 2018
16
4/5
Foxtrot (2018)
Continuous conflict consumes all and everyone in its wake in this intense telling from the same filmmaker who gave us the powerful "Lebanon."
Posted Apr 25, 2018
17
3/5
Lean on Pete (2018)
Charlie Plummer (no relation to Christopher) turns in a terrific performance as a gritty, near-broken kid finding common ground with a gritty, broken-down horse.
Posted Apr 25, 2018
18
2.5/5
It's not exactly a crowded mess, but a tricky ending to this mad, mad, mad universe -- complete with all the requisite players -- will keep 'em coming back for more.
Posted Apr 25, 2018
19
3/5
Opening segment cameos from Seann William Scott ("American Pie" movies) and Damon Wayans Jr. ("Let's Be Cops") offers an immediate tip-off to the kind of dopey depravity in store for the next 90 minutes. Some is even laugh-out-loud funny.
Posted Apr 21, 2018
20
3.5/5
21
3/5
Beirut (2018)
22
3.5/5
Isle of Dogs (2018)
23
2.5/5
24
3/5
Blockers (2018)
25
2.5/5
26
3.5/5
27
3.5/5
28
4.5/5
29
4/5
"Veep" creator Armando Iannucci and his remarkably comedic cast produce some very big laughs, particularly in the early going.
Posted Mar 26, 2018
30
2/5
31
2/5
32
3.5/5
Unsane (2018)
33
2.5/5
34
2.5/5
Tomb Raider (2018)
35
4/5
Love, Simon (2018)
36
2.5/5
Gringo (2018)
Just what we need: Another convoluted caper that's more comic book than true comedy, with a low-end performance from Charlize Theron to boot. Even the steady David Oyelowo can't redeem it all.
Posted Mar 9, 2018
37
4.5/5
This is one aptly named drama, and international superstar-in-the-making Daniela Vega easily becomes the reason why.
Posted Mar 3, 2018
38
3/5
Annihilation (2018)
39
3.5/5
40
3.5/5
41
4/5
42
3.5/5
Hostiles (2018)
Director Scott Cooper ("Crazy Heart," "Black Mass") once again stays closer to good than great, this time with a well-acted Western that dismisses its violence with a head-scratching whimper at the end.
Posted Jan 25, 2018
43
3/5
12 Strong (2018)
A likable and fittingly strong cast carries this remarkable story, which is not exactly remarkably told. Let's call it more trigger happy than memorable.
Posted Jan 18, 2018
44
5/5
Writer/director Paul Thomas Anderson weaves an elegant and often humorous treatise on manipulation and manners in the high-end province of fashion design. It also features one last onscreen performance by the intense Daniel Day Lewis.
Posted Jan 8, 2018
45
4/5
I, Tonya (2018)
Margot Robbie just about lands a triple Axel in a dazzling performance as maligned skater Tonya Harding. Mom (Allison Janney) glides easily into some dark places, too.
Posted Jan 4, 2018
46
4.5/5
There's just so much to discover in director Luca Guadagnino's take on a 2007 novel of the same name: Some beautiful Italian images, a few simply smart exchanges, and an '80s love story pertinent to our times, to name just a few.
Posted Jan 3, 2018
47
3/5
The Post (2018)
Though director Steven Spielberg gets most of the newspaper stuff right, some clunkiness remains, including Tom Hanks' shaky performance as executive editor Ben Bradlee.
Posted Jan 3, 2018
48
2.5/5
Molly's Game (2018)
No one talks the way Aaron Sorkin writes it, anyway, and now his first movie as a director rings with self-importance, too. Add Jessica Chastain as the same kind of tough cookie she played in last year's barely seen 'Miss Sloane,' and this 'Game' is over.
Posted Dec 25, 2017
49
4/5
The sensational Michelle Williams and grand Christopher Plummer, replacing the disgraced Kevin Spacey, bring gravitas to Ridley Scott's already crafty kidnap thriller.
Posted Dec 25, 2017
50
4/5
Darkest Hour (2017)
Comparisons with the powerful 'Dunkirk' are inevitable, but Gary Oldman soars as a bigger-than-life Winston Churchill in a first-rate, historical film.
Posted Dec 23, 2017