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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2/5
Anguish (2015)
2
3/5
Papusza (2014)
3
4/5
Victoria (2015)
4
5
5/5
Ran (1985)
6
4/5
7
4/5
8
4/5
Iona (2015)
Directed by Scott Graham, the story has a timeless quality, the spiritual and the bucolic intersecting with unnatural desires fed by the proximity of the community.
Posted Mar 24, 2016
9
4/5
Underground (1995)
Acknowledged as the Bosnian director Emir Kusturica's masterpiece, Underground is a hallucinogenic comic romp through Yugoslavia's troubled history over 50 years.
Posted Mar 24, 2016
10
4/5
Curiously deranged but powerful.
Posted Mar 24, 2016
11
1/5
My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 is as stale as last year's baklava, an attempt to cash in on the 2002 movie without updating some very old-fashioned tropes.
Posted Mar 24, 2016
12
2/5
A thriller that fails to thrill.
Posted Mar 24, 2016
13
4/5
Court (2015)
14
1/5
Mojave (2016)
15
4/5
16
4/5
17
4/5
Zootopia (2016)
18
2/5
This superhero-smorgasbord directed by Zack Snyder melts into an electric soup of CGI. Effects are so overused that any conviction explodes in a giant fireball -- indeed endless fireballs. The result is an enervating two and a half hours.
Posted Mar 22, 2016
19
1/5
20
3/5
Marguerite (2016)
21
4/5
22
5/5
High-Rise (2016)
High-Rise manages to be a work of towering insanity and a searing comment on the decadence of present-day London. Rarely is a period film so of the moment.
Posted Mar 18, 2016
23
3/5
Eureka (1984)
More a curio than a straightforward classic, Nicolas Roeg's Eureka is beyond weird.
Posted Mar 18, 2016
24
2/5
Risen (2016)
Risen is a sort of Sunday school special, an Easter adventure starring Joseph Fiennes as Clavius, a war-hardened Roman tribune who ends up investigating the disappearance of Jesus after the stone is mysteriously rolled away from the Messiah's tomb.
Posted Mar 18, 2016
25
4/5
The Pearl Button is a piece of visual poetry that meanders along the waterways, coastline and history of Chile, coming into sharp and horrifying focus on the atrocities of Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship.
Posted Mar 18, 2016
26
2/5
The eco-message is rather vague, the villain not particularly villainous, and the jokes fall flat.
Posted Mar 18, 2016
27
2/5
The writer-director Magnus von Horn keeps the nature of John's crime a secret from the audience for most of the film, which becomes an increasingly desperate and unlikely device.
Posted Mar 10, 2016
28
1/5
Even the idea that Fifty Shades of Grey might require parody seems ludicrous.
Posted Mar 10, 2016
29
4/5
A paranoid thriller about two well-heeled Islington couples who find they are having first babies weeks apart and live in the same building.
Posted Mar 10, 2016
30
5/5
Fargo (1996)
Two words. Marge Gunderson.
Posted Mar 10, 2016
31
2/5
The Witch (2016)
32
3/5
33
4/5
Next to Her (2014)
34
4/5
35
3/5
Truth (2015)
The casting cannot save a slightly ho-hum story that crosses the Atlantic badly.
Posted Mar 3, 2016
36
4/5
What a gorgeous and enlightening documentary Hitchcock/Truffaut is, even for the non-cinephile.
Posted Mar 3, 2016
37
4/5
38
4/5
39
1/5
40
3/5
41
3/5
42
4/5
This gentle comedy, set in the midst of Glasgow's ice cream wars, still resonates with its superbly observed characters.
Posted Feb 25, 2016
43
4/5
In The Propaganda Game, the wildly surreal world of North Korea gets a fresh viewing, this time from the point of view of the only foreigner who works for the Communist government.
Posted Feb 25, 2016
44
1/5
Exposed (2016)
[Reeves] appears to only have two expressions: sad face and need-a-pee face.
Posted Feb 25, 2016
45
3/5
Sometimes a scene leaves your critical faculties floundering, and so it was in Grimsby as Sacha Baron Cohen and Mark Strong retreated into an elephant's vagina to escape machine-gunning assassins.
Posted Feb 25, 2016
46
1/5
47
2/5
48
1/5
The Forest (2016)
49
3/5
King Jack (2016)
50