O.J.: Made in America (2016)
Welcome To Happiness (2016)
"There's a juicy story in here, but Orgnani desiccates his narrative by relying on jargon-laden interviews with political wonks and dry intellectuals, presenting a byzantine account of the events with little context."
The Other Side (Louisiana) (2016)
Pervert Park (2015)
Ma ma (2016)
Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising (2016)
Maggie's Plan (2016)
"Maggie's Plan is a fun light comedy with memorable characters, from a writer-director who lives up to her lineage (Arthur Miller's her dad), but it relies heavily on Gerwig's predictable charm and sometimes seems more Woody Allen than Rebecca Miller."
"Almost Holy has the feel of following an embedded journalist on one of those raw, ground-level views of a problem you'd never considered before but now, by virtue of good reporting, feels urgent and alive."
The Nice Guys (2016)
"Nichols stays true to his sensibility, avoiding the melodrama or the back-patting triumphalism you expect from such movies. Loving downplays the historical significance of its subject in favor of a quiet humanity."
Black Girl (La noire de...) (1966)
The BFG (2016)
Money Monster (2016)
Sunset Song (2016)
The Lobster (2016)
Kill Zone 2 (Saat po long 2) (2016)
Cash Only (2016)
Pelé: Birth of a Legend (2016)
What We Become (Sorgenfri) (2016)
"Gessner's film may be for Foster completists only. But the intensity of her dead-eyed stare as the final credits scroll across her face reminds us of her preternatural ability, as a kid and beyond, to transform even the most negligible movie or scene ..."
Last Days In The Desert (2016)
"McGregor is actor enough to make all the open-to-interpretation interior drama compelling. As Jesus labors and listens, the suspense becomes not what he'll do next but what he's thinking and feeling."
"The film doesn't do much more than dramatize the tableaux of bedlam and rot laid out in the source text, neglecting its "inner space," which Ballard defined as "the internal landscape of tomorrow that is a transmuted image of the past.""
Love & Friendship (2016)
The Trust (2016)
X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)
Rabin In His Own Words (2016)
"Rabin's consistent, thoughtful self-criticism and colorful storytelling animate what might otherwise be a pat, or at least familiar, history of Israel in the 20th century. By making it specific, Laufer makes it new."
"It's not necessarily a movie to be enjoyed, but a movie to understand how and why we're getting these disconnected kids who do terrible things, like a magnifying glass on the fried connections of a human brain on too many hormones."
The Offering (2016)
Elstree 1976 (2016)
Sin Alas (2015)
"Sin Alas matches the half-awake feeling evoked by Luis's ruminations - on love, on Cuba's history, and on himself - well enough to feel authentic even when it meanders too far from what makes it most compelling."
Beautiful Something (2016)
Those People (2016)
A Bigger Splash (2016)
Looking for Mr. Goodbar (1977)
Being Charlie (2016)
"Audiard has always had the heart of a genre filmmaker tempered with the eyes of a behavioralist. He gets in close to his characters - focusing on their faces, their hands, their feet - so that we feel every blow and quiver, every scream and whisper."
Dark Horse (2016)
Mother's Day (2016)
Los Sures (2016)
"Filmed in the summer of 1983, Diego Echeverria's Los Sures, a spirited but clear-eyed survey of South Williamsburg, transports viewers to the area before the blight of condos and bespoke-BBQ joints."
Captain America: Civil War (2016)
"These films no longer have to delight and surprise us; no, their job now is to manage the brand, not screw anything up too royally, and keep us hooked for the next installment. Civil War pulls all that off mostly well."
Memories of a Penitent Heart (2016)
Houston, We Have a Problem! (2016)
Shadow World (2016)