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Your Movies (cleveland.com)

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
4/5
Wonder Woman (2017)
2
3.5/5
The Lovers (2017)
3
2/5
4
4.5/5
5
3.5/5
Chuck (2017)
6
3/5
7
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
8
3.5/5
9
3.5/5
10
2/5
The Promise (2017)
11
4/5
Free Fire (2017)
12
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
13
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
14
3/5
15
3.5/5
16
2/5
17
2.5/5
18
3.5/5
19
4/5
20
3/5
Life (2017)
21
3.5/5
22
4/5
23
4/5
Logan (2017)
24
2/5
Table 19 (2017)
25
3.5/5
26
4/5
Get Out (2017)
27
2/5
Fist Fight (2017)
The sharpest thing here is how WB marketers hyped it as a real after-school slugfest. You remember the days: 'Hey, Jones and Tiny are fighting by the flagpole at 4 o'clock.' Otherwise, it's just another lame Ice Cube or Charlie Day comedy.
Posted Feb 19, 2017
28
2/5
Somebody OK'd Gore Verbinski's flimsy shockfest and its idiot plot based on his success with the 'Pirates' films and perhaps his spooky 'Ring' remake. Alas, now will come a real cure for such generosity quicker than the movie's preposterous running time.
Posted Feb 17, 2017
29
4/5
'Salesman' writer/director Asghar Farhadi once again fools us in oh so many ways in this dark and dreary thriller, with a nod to Arthur Miller. Imagine what the Iranian filmmaker could do with a Hollywood bankroll behind him.
Posted Feb 17, 2017
30
5/5
Toni Erdmann (2016)
Don't let its length make you avoid 'Toni Erdmann' (as it did me -- on two occasions -- at the 41st Toronto International Film Festival). It might be 2016's best film, with two all-time classic scenes included among its many marvels.
Posted Feb 17, 2017
31
3/5
32
2/5
The Comedian (2017)
33
4/5
Julieta (2016)
34
2.5/5
Gold (2017)
There's really not much to mine in the hills of that movie 'Gold.' In fact, it's very similar to 'The Founder,' with a little less to . . . uh, well...chew on.
Posted Jan 28, 2017
35
3.5/5
36
3/5
The Founder (2017)
37
4/5
Paterson (2016)
38
4/5
Split (2017)
39
3.5/5
Writer/director/star Ben Affleck gives 'Live By Night' touches of 'Scarface,' 'Gangs of New York,' and 'The Godfather.' However, his very good-looking film certainly won't cause the likes of Francis Ford Coppola to lose any sleep.
Posted Jan 16, 2017
40
3.5/5
Patriots Day (2017)
'Patriots Day' marks the second collaboration between director Peter Berg and star Mark Wahlberg in less than six months (and a third overall), but their awkward mix of pride and terror might be their best.
Posted Jan 16, 2017
41
4.5/5
Silence (2017)
'Silence' in Scorsese's 20-year passion project refers to Jesuits, particularly one marvelously portrayed by Andrew Garfield, not hearing their prayers confirmed. Non-believers won't relate, but the rest might recognize some cinematic miracles.
Posted Jan 16, 2017
42
4/5
Four years ago, young J.A. Bayona directed 'The Impossible,' a great and moving family adventure that hardly anyone saw. Now comes 'A Monster Calls,' a similarly beautiful film that deserves attention.
Posted Jan 11, 2017
43
4.5/5
44
5/5
La La Land (2016)
45
4/5
Fences (2016)
46
2.5/5
47
4/5
Sing (2016)
48
3.5/5
Lion (2016)
49
2/5
Passengers (2016)
50
5/5