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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2.5/4
Dark Night (2017)
2
3/4
3
3/4
Patriots Day (2017)
4
1.5/4
Passengers (2016)
5
2/4
6
3/4
7
2.5/4
8
Confirmation (2016)
9
10
11
12
13
3/4
14
3.5/4
15
16
17
4/4
18
19
Bessie (2015)
20
3/4
Creed (2015)
21
2/4
Pixels (2015)
Nostalgia is a wonder and a cheat. The right touchstone can make the most discerning movie-goer forgive a film as lazy as Pixels. Almost.
Posted Jul 30, 2015
22
Southpaw (2015)
As for the in-the-ring bob, weave, clash, clutch? Well, those disappointed by May's impossibly hyped Mayweather-Pacquiao bout should enjoy the care director Fuqua takes in delivering the sweet science to the big screen.
Posted Jul 23, 2015
23
3.5/4
Ant-Man (2015)
The cast is better than solid. Directed by Peyton Reed, the action is a zippy pleasure. The more Scott shrinks, the bigger the fun. The visual effects are witty, especially when he begins making allies of various ant colonies.
Posted Jul 17, 2015
24
3/4
Batkid Begins has the feel of a barn-raising gone global.
Posted Jul 9, 2015
25
3/4
Amy (2015)
One thing is for certain: It will be much harder to hear that handful of powerful, lush, carnal songs on Back to Black without the wallop of melancholy.
Posted Jul 9, 2015
26
3.5/4
Inside Out (2015)
Not since Up, has the studio taken on the gnarliness of being human and made it so visually delightful and emotionally resonant.
Posted Jun 18, 2015
27
2/4
Jurassic World is ersatz Spielberg. It's a knock-off that, even with the brand tag of the filmmaking titan as executive producer, makes the credit feel faux.
Posted Jun 11, 2015
28
Love & Mercy (2015)
Unnerving as it is thrilling, as visually and aurally vivid as it is emotionally harrowing.
Posted Jun 5, 2015
29
3/4
Aloha (2015)
This is a romantic comedy that has more than hearts on its mind. In addition to teasing the uneasy and complicated partnership of the military and the private sector, Crowe takes on issues integral to Hawaii.
Posted May 29, 2015
30
2.5/4
Tomorrowland (2015)
If only all of director Brad Bird's fantasy adventure had lived up to its promise.
Posted May 21, 2015
31
3/4
32
Whedon & Co. provide more than enough glib jokes, FX spectacles and sweet human insights to make Age of Ultron a popcorn must for the rest of us in need of a little comic-book wisdom right about now.
Posted Apr 30, 2015
33
3/4
Ex Machina (2015)
[A] methodically absorbing sci-fi drama.
Posted Apr 24, 2015
34
3.5/4
True Story (2015)
True Story digs deeper into the cultural fascination with killers and attempts a potent corrective along the way, reminding us who's been lost but also how justice isn't just another gripping procedural.
Posted Apr 17, 2015
35
3.5/4
36
37
1.5/4
Get Hard (2015)
It trucks in stereotypes (black, white, Latino, female -- the list is long) and plays clumsily with sexuality. Still, the movie's greatest and altogether familiar sin is that it's stupid.
Posted Mar 27, 2015
38
3/4
What Fogelman doesn't quite achieve as screenwriter at the start of the film he makes up for in his directorial debut. He supports wonderfully the affable allure of his attuned cast.
Posted Mar 27, 2015
39
3.5/4
Timbuktu (2015)
The performances are hushed and memorable. Cinematographer Sofian El Fanicaptures the beauty of this desert land. Amine Bouhafa's score is its own act of gorgeous grace and defiance.
Posted Mar 13, 2015
40
3/4
41
2.5/4
Focus (2015)
42
3.5/4
Consider Marion Cotillard's Oscar-nominated performance in Two Days, One Night a tour de nuance.
Posted Feb 19, 2015
43
3.5/4
Irish director Tomm Moore's animated beauty Song of the Sea tells the sort of story that makes you crave the flickering of firelight or wish for the warmth of a blanket pulled up to your chin while mom or dad reads a bedtime tale.
Posted Feb 19, 2015
44
3/4
It took a village of fine performers to depict this close-knit town. And the list is too long to give a shoutout to everyone.
Posted Feb 19, 2015
45
1.5/4
This sci-fi-inflected fantasy has many a wince-worthy romantic exchange between stars Channing Tatum and Mila Kunis.
Posted Feb 6, 2015
46
3/4
It may be helpful - or vexing - to think of "Black or White" as the great grandchild of "Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?"
Posted Jan 30, 2015
47
3.5/4
Still Alice (2015)
Sorrow-laden and moving, Still Alice isn't gratuitously grim nor is it easily sentimental. There's humor here -- vaguely gallows-like, perhaps but also earned.
Posted Jan 23, 2015
48
3/4
Cake (2015)
Jennifer Aniston burrows into Claire's walking-wounded gait and eclipsed mood.
Posted Jan 23, 2015
49
3/4
The 84-year-old's deep appreciation of the masculine -- its conflicts, its appeal, its evolving truths -- has added texture to our understanding of violence, warfare and more. At least as it is represented onscreen.
Posted Jan 16, 2015
50
4/4
Selma (2015)
Vivid, nuanced and, yes, timely.
Posted Jan 9, 2015