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Your Movies (cleveland.com)

Your Movies (cleveland.com) is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Gerry Shamray, John Urbancich
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3.5/5
2
3.5/5
3
4/5
4
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
5
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
6
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
7
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
8
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
9
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
10
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
11
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
12
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
13
2/5
Downsizing (2017)
'Downsizing' suffers from more mood changes than a holiday dinner with ornery relatives, not to mention a third straight Matt Damon performance to leave fans scratching their heads.
Posted Dec 23, 2017
14
4/5
15
4.5/5
16
3/5
Ferdinand (2017)
17
2/5
Wonder Wheel (2017)
18
4/5
Director and star James Franco simply gets how to make a good film in equal measure to the ineptitude of Tommy Wiseau, whose classically bad movie becomes the subject of this very funny one.
Posted Dec 10, 2017
19
2.5/5
20
3.5/5
Coco (2017)
21
4.5/5
22
2.5/5
23
3.5/5
Novitiate (2017)
24
3/5
Wonder (2017)
25
3/5
26
3.5/5
The Square (2017)
27
4/5
Lady Bird (2017)
28
3.5/5
Wonderstruck (2017)
29
4.5/5
Jane (2017)
30
3/5
31
3/5
32
3.5/5
LBJ (2017)
33
3/5
34
3/5
Dina (2017)
35
2/5
36
3/5
37
2/5
Suburbicon (2017)
38
3.5/5
39
2.5/5
40
2/5
The Snowman (2017)
41
3.5/5
42
4/5
43
3.5/5
Breathe (2017)
44
4.5/5
45
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
46
5/5
47
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
48
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
49
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
50
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