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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
4/4
Zootopia (2016)
2
4/4
3
3/4
4
3.5/4
Triple 9 (2016)
5
3/4
Snowtime! (2016)
6
2/4
Race (2016)
7
2/4
Risen (2016)
8
3/4
9
3.5/4
The Witch (2016)
10
4/4
11
2.5/4
12
3.5/4
Bad Hurt (2016)
13
1.5/4
Zoolander 2 (2016)
14
3.5/4
Lovely stuff all around.
Posted Feb 11, 2016
15
2.5/4
Deadpool (2016)
16
3.5/4
17
3.5/4
Southbound (2016)
18
3/4
19
4/4
20
3.5/4
21
2/4
Anesthesia (2016)
22
2/4
23
4/4
Son of Saul (2015)
24
4/4
Mojave (2016)
25
3/4
26
3.5/4
27
2.5
Gere delivers a performance so self-consciously ACTORISH it often takes us right out of the film.
Posted Jan 15, 2016
28
3/4
The Forest (2016)
29
2/4
Ride Along 2 (2016)
30
3/4
31
3/4
Moonwalkers (2016)
32
2.0
It's a well-photographed story with an intriguing setup, but soon we're mired in a meandering, stilted story with forced dialogue and some surprisingly subpar performances from the talented cast.
Posted Jan 8, 2016
33
2/4
Daddy's Home (2015)
34
5.0
The Revenant (2015)
The enormously talented Alejandro G. Iñárritu ("Amores Perros," "21 Grams," "Birdman") strikes again with this 19th century American fable, one of the most brutally beautiful movies I've ever seen.
Posted Jan 7, 2016
35
4/4
Anomalisa (2015)
36
3.5/4
Carol (2015)
Haynes directs with a subtle precision, the script by Phyllis Nagy is a well-crafted gem, and Cate Blanchett and Rooney Mara make for one of the most intriguing and memorable movie couples of the year.
Posted Dec 23, 2015
37
4/4
This is one of the best movies of the year.
Posted Dec 23, 2015
38
1.5/4
Sisters (2015)
It's with no small reluctance I report Sisters is a depressing, overlong, repetitive slapstick disaster in which two of the most appealing stars around wallow in the muck AND the mire, figuratively and literally.
Posted Dec 18, 2015
39
3/4
Almost There (2015)
40
4/4
The Force Awakens pops with memorable battle sequences, gives us chills with encore appearances by stars from the original trilogy and introduces more than a half-dozen terrific Next Generation characters.
Posted Dec 16, 2015
41
3/4
Concussion (2015)
Concussion is a sobering, sometimes infuriating look at one doctor's discovery of chronic traumatic encephalopathy (CTE), and his crusade to tell the country its favored game was causing the deaths of many a former hero.
Posted Dec 15, 2015
42
3/4
Joy (2015)
[Lawrence gives] a wonderfully layered performance that carries the film through its rough spots and sometime dubious detours.
Posted Dec 15, 2015
43
3/4
44
1/4
Thanks for nothing, Netflix.
Posted Dec 15, 2015
45
3.5/4
46
3/4
A well-told, well-acted, well-photographed period piece.
Posted Dec 10, 2015
47
3.5/4
Youth (2015)
How much better is it to experience a film overflowing with so many elements than one that has to stretch its content just to get to the finish line?
Posted Dec 10, 2015
48
4/4
Some movies contain one or two scenes you always think about when you think about that movie. With The Big Short, there are a dozen such scenes.
Posted Dec 10, 2015
49
3.5/4
Movement and Location has some clear-cut parallels to the stories of immigrants who are in the States illegally and are trying to live quiet, productive lives... But it also works as a Rod Serling-esque sci-fi adventure of the mind.
Posted Dec 3, 2015
50
3/4
Life (2015)
I loved Ben Kingsley's over-the-top work as studio head Jack Warner, who in one scene explains the lay of the land to Mr. Dean in a manner that would inspire envy from Don Corleone. This guy isn't messing around.
Posted Dec 3, 2015