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Peter Jackson's Middle Earth hexalogy ends with a mildly entertaining, mindless battle royale.
More somber and less engaging than its predecessors, Mockingjay sorely lacks purpose.
Part comedy, part thriller, and part horror flick, The Guest is a genre cocktail starring a new kind of monster.
An overwhelming, insane, and exhilarating ride no one will want to get off of.
A charming film which, despite its apparent cynicism, has an inherent optimism easy to fall for.
A unique love story expressed strangely but sincerely.
Hilarious and authentic, Desiree Akhavan puts a spin on the usual hipster rom-com.
A perpetually underwhelming underdog sports movie that doesn't do the true story justice.
Affecting and emotionally honest, 'Above and Beyond' succeeds as a real life David and Goliath story.
The documentary has several questions to answer, but only does a fair job directly answering them.
A pleasant, but unchallenging documentary about a man who left a life of privilege for a life of simplicity and virtue.
The cure for aging is shown from the intriguing angle of the strange men who seek it.
Timbuktu has some stirring visuals, but ultimately fails to be a stirring piece of art.
A visceral and sublime experience over four decades in the making makes for a towering cinematic achievement.
Delicate and emotionally driven, the past returns to complicate a Turkish woman's marriage.
Dolan's fifth film is a shock to the system, a powerful, personal tale about enduring love.
While too fabricated at times, the inner satisfaction and victorious sensation cannot be denied.
Spall's seamless performance combined with the immaculate set and costume design and stunning photography makes for a film that feels more like a time machine than a period piece.
A genuine experience that will leave you completely nourished. A cat’s whisker away from being a masterpiece.
A modern horror of a single mother preyed upon by a children's book character.
Rarely is an indie debut so beyond compare than in this black and white Iranian vampire-western.
Constant gear shifting makes the pacing feel uneven and the underlying message disjointed despite the intriguing premise.
Covering a multitude of genres, this film about a man taking on the attributes of the devil is darkly entertaining.
A war-style mockumentary with the occasional alien fails to intrigue in any way.
An emotional examination of the relationship between a man and his dead lover’s mother.
Today's hookup culture doesn't quite get its due in this forgettable rom-com.
An innovative way to demonstrate how relationships tend to lose their spark over time.
A jaw-dropping spectacle of sci-fi filmmaking weighed down by incoherent plot mechanics.
Jake Paltrow's post-apocalyptic Western will dazzle you with style, underwhelm you with melodrama.
Wants to be both philosophical and thrilling, and doesn’t always quite know how to effectively split the difference.
A Norwegian conspiracy thriller becomes one big knot of twists.
Good performances and cinematography can't save this tone-deaf attempt at a psychological drama.
An equally repelling and attractive gothic thriller.
This is cryptic twilight moviemaking of the highest order, and the result is a ferocious film predestined for cult status.
Smaller sets of flaws that were very luckily shadowed by the braver efforts in execution.
Stagecoach is one of the most definitive Western films of all time, from which all other Westerns borrow or flat out copy.
It seems like a straight-forward spoiler title, but even that is called into question as the plot twists and turns.
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