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Your Movies (cleveland.com)

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
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
2
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
3
4.5/5
4
5/5
La La Land (2016)
5
4/5
Fences (2016)
6
2.5/5
7
4/5
Sing (2016)
8
3.5/5
Lion (2016)
9
2/5
Passengers (2016)
10
5/5
11
4/5
12
2/5
Man Down (2016)
13
3.5/5
Allied (2016)
14
3.5/5
Moana (2016)
15
3.5/5
16
4.5/5
Loving (2016)
17
2/5
Bad Santa 2 (2016)
18
5/5
Tower (2016)
19
4.5/5
Arrival (2016)
20
4.5/5
21
4/5
Trolls (2016)
22
4/5
23
4/5
Moonlight (2016)
24
2.5/5
25
4/5
26
3/5
27
4/5
28
2.5/5
Inferno (2016)
The third time is not exactly a code of charms for producer/director Ron Howard and Professor Robert Langdon (Tom Hanks) in their intricately weaved 'Inferno.'
Posted Oct 28, 2016
29
2.5/5
A sequel titled 'Jack Reacher: Never Go Back' does not return to the surprising stuff of the 2012 original, but Tom Cruise does in overtly preposterous fashion.
Posted Oct 25, 2016
30
3.5/5
Denial (2016)
No 'Denial' here, some moving Auschwitz moments and fine performances from Rachel Weisz, Tom Wilkinson and an unrecognizably thin Timothy Spall overcome a few Hollywood intrusions.
Posted Oct 25, 2016
31
2.5/5
32
3/5
33
2.5/5
34
4/5
35
3/5
It's just what America always needs: Disney teaming up with its partners at ESPN to give us an inspirational (minor) sports movie we've seen oh so many times before. Admittedly, 'Queen of Katwe' does get some some lift from the game of chess and Uganda.
Posted Oct 11, 2016
36
3/5
" 'Deepwater' certainly is not awful, but you can't get more mainstream -- or predictable -- than this Peter Berg telling of what caused the big rig explosion behind the largest oil spill in U.S. history.
Posted Oct 11, 2016
37
3.5/5
The re-imaging of 'Seven' is not the most magnificent western we'll ever see, but it's certainly no by-the-book remake, either.
Posted Sep 22, 2016
38
3.5/5
Sully (2016)
39
3.5/5
The latest from writer/director Derek Cianfrance is no 'Place Beyond the Pines,' but he again proves his skill at meticulous storytelling. And, oh, what a fabulous cast of actors!
Posted Sep 1, 2016
40
3/5
Morgan (2016)
Even if you guess its big reveal -- and many certainly will -- there remains enough decent sci-fi in 'Morgan' to keep us mostly involved to the end.
Posted Sep 1, 2016
41
2.5/5
42
4/5
43
4/5
Even hardcore Zappa enthusiasts might be surprised by what they learn about this certified musical genius.
Posted Aug 18, 2016
44
3/5
45
3.5/5
Anthropoid (2016)
46
3/5
47
2.5/5
48
2.5/5
49
3.5/5
Lights Out (2016)
'Lights Out' is scary enough and thankfully brief, a perfect combo for summertime screens.
Posted Jul 21, 2016
50
4/5
Since soaring on AMC's "Breaking Bad," Cranston simply doesn't make dull movies. He carries his latest through an intense and fact-based saga about the scary business of drug cartels.
Posted Jul 13, 2016