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The Source Family
3 months ago via Flixster

Bizarre and entertaining, The Source Family takes you on the journey of many of the members of this cult. At first you're fascinated by the enigmatic leader "Father Yod", and by the end you're disgusted and frightened by him. It doesn't totally justify its run time, and there are times I wondered if there was more to this story. But it will satisfy you on a weekday afternoon if you're home sick or something.

Trainwreck
Trainwreck (2015)
23 months ago via Flixster
½

A return to form for Apatow who specializes in this brand of filthy/sweet romantic comedies that have an incredible heart, and a welcome introduction to Amy Schumer who gives a fantastic performance on screen and crafted a vulgar, insightful, and touching screenplay about a woman learning to grow up and move on past the "trainwreck" of her past. It's a great gender role reversal for Apatow's usual films.

Ant-Man
Ant-Man (2015)
23 months ago via Flixster

Incredibly fun and funny with a sweet heart and a "small" scale, Ant-Man is the least and the most "Marvel" movie ever, it's definitely a nice change of pace from the big "world ending" stakes we've been used to lately. The entire cast is fantastic, and the script is smart, with enough nerdy easter eggs to keep fanboys rustling in their seats.

'71
'71 (2015)
23 months ago via Flixster
½

Smartly directed, powerfully acted, and a thrilling experience from beginning to end, director Yann Demange is able to bring humanity to all sides of a rather inhumane conflict.

Minions
Minions (2015)
23 months ago via Flixster

It definitely errs on the side of being for "younger viewers" more often than not, allowing itself to be sloppy and juvenile in its humor, but every so often Minions is a smart and sweet film about finding your place in the world. This might be my favorite of the "Despicable" franchise, mainly due to the solid direction, especially in the action sequences.