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A moderately entertaining martial arts take on the serial killer procedural.
Generations meet and styles collide when a human trafficking ring gets personal in this East-meets-West indie action flick.
A surprising mix of comedy, western, and fairy tale, this excellent first film is all about the details.
A unique setting only goes so far to elevate this clichéd action film
Hall and Sudeikis are cute but won't make hearts skip beats in this sweet and simple rom-com.
Lily Tomlin is perfect as a feminist widow with her pregnant granddaughter on a hilarious mission to scare up the money she needs for an abortion.
Lost in its multi-layered storytelling, this dark comedy is nowhere near dark or funny enough.
A less-than-novel city romance harboring two solid performances that win you over, scene by scene.
A provocative, hypnotic film that draws you into a frightening world of uncertainty and hopelessness.
Despite some gorgeous imagery, information-overload makes the doc feel like a chore at times.
Heavy subject matter is given a delicate touch, observing one woman's efforts to tackle human trafficking in Chicago.
This is more than a documentary; it is a history lesson decorated in nostalgia.
A mournful celebration of Australian history sabotaged by an extraneous romance.
Misguided in almost every way, this is faith-based cinema at its worst.
Richard Gere as a wealthy addict tries to buy love and viewers' hearts in vain.
Anesthetized grievers make for a bummed out viewing experience in this drama from first-timer Reed Morano.
An otherworldly performance from Hadas Yaron propels this rich, slow-burning tale of cultural suffocation and forbidden love.
For nearly 2 hours Farhadi has us mesmerized, captivated, our eyes glued to the screen while he works his unmistakable brand of magic.
An insta-classic dog film, superbly crafted genre cinema, and a canine fairytale that's sure to sweep audiences off their feet.
Sustaining an extreme level of tension the whole way through, Mitchell's teen horror opus is one of the best of its kind.
A love story with monster elements provides plenty to admire, if not love.
A backpacking trip goes horrifyingly wrong when a couple strays off-trail.
Store-brand horror schlock destined to be forgotten.
A split couple avoid making things official in this awkward but honest relationship tale.
Kendrick kills it again in LaGravenese's doomed-romance musical.
A unique love story expressed strangely but sincerely.
Lively is the beating heart of this San Francisco-set romance fantasy.
Offers as many genre pleasures as it does philosophical head-scratchers.
Great visuals can't save this alien horror film from its miserable characters.
A war-style mockumentary with the occasional alien fails to intrigue in any way.
A downer of a movie that sleepwalks through action-thriller tropes and takes itself too seriously.
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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