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Kingsman is a gloriously entertaining, sadistic 21st-century attitude adjustment for the sub-genre that Bond built.
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.
A modest comedy about a small town that can only get by on its modest charms.
An identity-swap comedy that is less amusing than the telenovelas it pokes fun at.
Someone puked in the hot tub.
Both vampires and mockumentaries are given fresh blood with hilarious results.
Heart disease's controversial treatments make for a stirring and informative documentary.
A behind the scenes glimpse at a ballet provides a fascinating and probing look into the creative process.
A documentary on India's monsoon season plays out like a lesser National Geographic show.
A personality portrait of YouTube pundit Cenk Uygur that lacks its subject's audacity.
An Israeli divorce make for more riveting a courtroom drama than any murder case.
Small-town tragedy wracks guilt in this muted character piece.
A good-intentioned youth-sports movie and yet another minority tale told from a white man's perspective.
Whitman wows in this sweet, if slightly outdated, high-school dramedy.
Unusual circumstances bring three women together in this unsettling character piece.
Self discovery is a long process, and 'Girlhood' honors that as much as a two-hour film can hope to.
One man's self-indulgent mid-life crisis-induced camping trip leads to expected revelations.
Store-brand horror schlock destined to be forgotten.
Great visuals can't save this alien horror film from its miserable characters.
Camp abounds in this Australian apocalyptic-style zombie film.
A modern horror of a single mother preyed upon by a children's book character.
Kendrick kills it again in LaGravenese's doomed-romance musical.
A unique love story expressed strangely but sincerely.
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.
A war-style mockumentary with the occasional alien fails to intrigue in any way.
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.
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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