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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
The Price (2017)
2
3
4
3/5
5
4.5/5
6
4/5
7
4.5/5
Dunkirk (2017)
8
4/5
9
4.5/5
The Big Sick (2017)
10
2.5/5
11
1/5
12
3.5/5
13
2/5
The Mummy (2017)
14
4.5/5
15
3.5/5
16
3/5
[Shortland] is expert and building a sense of dread and suspense while Palmer delivers a persuasive performance as a woman who has to summon the strength that she didn't know she had in order to escape.
Posted May 31, 2017
17
3/5
Baywatch (2017)
[Baywatch] won't make anyone think about anything, except maybe about where to plan their next vacation where they, too, can run in slo-mo on the sand. But, with everything else going on in the world these days, that may not be such a bad thing.
Posted May 31, 2017
18
4/5
Wonder Woman (2017)
19
20
3.5/5
21
3.5/5
The Wall (2017)
22
4/5
23
2/5
24
3.5/5
25
3/5
26
3/5
Mine (2017)
27
4/5
The Ticket (2017)
28
3.5/5
29
4/5
The Prison (2017)
30
2.5/5
31
2.5/5
32
3/5
Life (2017)
33
3.5/5
It's easy to knock "T2," especially if you're a die-hard fan of the original...Still, "T2" - with its brash sense of brotherly bonhomie that hasn't mellowed with age - is a lot of dark fun.
Posted Mar 23, 2017
34
3/5
Brimstone (2017)
35
3.5/5
36
2.5/5
Table 19 (2017)
37
3.5/5
Headshot (2017)
This lethally brutal exercise in Indonesian martial-arts mayhem - featuring the charismatic Iko Uwais ("The Raid" franchise), a living, breathing action figure - is definitely not for the squeamish nor anyone who has just eaten lunch.
Posted Mar 1, 2017
38
4.5/5
Logan (2017)
39
2.5/5
40
2/5
41
2.5/5
42
4/5
43
4.5/5
Almost exactly a year [after Batman v Superman] comes "The Lego Batman Movie," set in a universe where everyone and everything is made of Legos. Guess which movie has more humanity, heart and entertainment value? Clue: It's not the one with an Affleck.
Posted Feb 8, 2017
44
2/5
Call it The Unspectacular Now...We're supposed to applaud as these crazy kids flout authority and escape across the country, but since the movie has so easily squandered its intriguing premise, there's little reason to cheer.
Posted Feb 2, 2017
45
2.5/5
The Comedian (2017)
There have been several striking films about the world of comedy. Robert De Niro was even in one of them...and Mike Birbiglia's sharply observed Don't Think Twice from last year is well worth seeking out. Unfortunately, The Comedian is not one of them.
Posted Feb 2, 2017
46
4/5
The film feels like an extended episode of The Wonder Years, if that '60s-set series had served a little chicken tikka masala and cross-cultural understanding with its white bread and pop hits.
Posted Feb 1, 2017
47
3.5/5
The Founder (2017)
48
3/5
Split (2017)
49
3.5/5
Patriots Day (2017)
50
2.5/5
It's not a complete waste of time as there are a few magical Chan moments as when he's fighting off and dodging bad guys on the top of a speeding train...Chan, at 62, may not be as nimble as he once was but what he can do is still very impressive.
Posted Jan 5, 2017