Robert Pattinson's complex performance as one of the most detestable characters in recent memory is the highlight of Good TIme. The rest is a perfect blend of anxiety-induced drama and neon-drenched direction.
Claire Denis jumbles High Life's thematic exploration of sex with a confusing plot structure and overly slow pace which offsets the film's uncanny ability to ask interesting questions and showcase the talent of leading man Robert Pattinson.
Breaking Dawn Part 1 has the slowest pace of any other Twilight film and contains some of the most insane plot developments out of any of the previous films while already suffering from the same issues the series cannot seem to get rid of.
Eclipse, like its predecessors, is still burdened by its lackluster script and the performances of Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner while almost never providing some action or meaningful drama to accelerate the story.
District 9 blends biting social commentary with a healthy dosage of bloody sci-fi action and emotional weight thanks to some fantastic lead characters and assured direction from director Neil Blomkamp.
The Rescuers bravely tackles dark subject matter and thorny themes with the right mix of elan and caution. Along with an excellent cast of characters spearheaded by the voice talents of Bob Newhart and Eva Gabor.