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Like a mix between The Social Network and Birdman, Steve Jobs is impeccably scripted and superbly acted. Talking has rarely been more riveting.
This is an arguably perfect depiction of the modern western. The Coen brothers, the superb cast, and the unmatched Roger Deakins each do their part in creating the best film of the year.
David O. Russell is storming back into the spotlight and Christian Bale gives the best performance of the year to lead the terrific cast
The Hunter is a subdued thriller that benefits greatly from a great performance by Willem Dafoe and a strong sense of mood.
Powerful and uncompromising, 12 Years a Slave is tough to watch but the stunning direction and raw performances are too captivating avoid. Everyone should see this film.
Place Beyond the Pines is impressively ambitious and gives us an outstanding Ryan Gosling performance, but it also loses steam and feels too disjointed to be great.
It may never reach deeper into its intriguing premise, but The Age of Adaline is a touching story and Blake Lively and Harrison Ford give great performances.
An endless collage of mindless action, sexist and racist characters, and bad writing, Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen is a showcase of all the bad in blockbuster filmmaking without any of the good.
It still fails to bring the franchise to the level of Bond or Bourne, but Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation is still packed full of harrowing action sequences and Tom Cruise again displays his dedication to the craft.
Guy Ritchie's stylish direction and Henry Cavill's endlessly likable performance, combined with the exhilarating action and constant humor make The Man from UNCLE a spy thriller well worth the watch.
Black Mass is a well-assembled and interesting, if unoriginal, crime drama which benefits greatly from Johnny Depp and Joel Edgerton's performances.
Unrestrained and insane from start to finish, Mad Max: Fury Road is an enthralling action film which never stops to take a breath.
The best film of the year so far, Ex Machina is unlike any sci-fi movie of the past 5 years. Intriguing and beautifully shot, it moves uncomfortably toward the chilling conclusion.
Marc Webb gives us a solid new look at Spider-Man and Andrew Garfield proves a capable new hero.