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Standard, satisfying Bond fare that will please many, surprise none.
An overwhelming, insane, and exhilarating ride no one will want to get off of.
Poor writing undermines this female-driven thrill-ride, proving there is more to an action movie than just action.
"Pure cinema" is a term often overused, but in 'The Assassin' we have a film that redefines purity on screen from one everlasting moment to the next.
Mother nature takes center stage in this classical friendship tale.
Kaufman's inventive and intricately crafted stop-motion drama is undermined by the emptiness of its miserablist existentialism.
A dark, surreal road trip brings out laughter and pain in this subversive, provocative anti-comedy.
Eccentricity abounds in this tale of three outliers, but all it produces is boredom.
Two men struggle to find common ground in order to usher Zimbabwe's shaky coalition government into a new era of democracy.
As sharply put together as it is, 'Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict' feels both overstuffed and cursory.
A spirited tribute to a legendary singer so full of love she can't hold it in.
Kaleidoscopic in a most humanitarian and intimate sense, Frederick Wiseman's 40th documentary is an observance of beauty in culture and everyday life.
Talk about exceeding expectations. Is this the best 'Rocky' movie yet?
An exhilarating must-watch around the feminine experience of five fierce Turkish girls.
A clear-cut yet culturally rich survival tale, 'Theeb' is an assured and sharply focused debut.
A documentary focused on the oddities in people's basements isn't as shocking as it wishes.
An entrepreneur faces challenges both financial and supernatural in this plodding socioeconomic drama/horror.
Offensively lazy and obnoxious, 'Darling' is asinine from start to finish.
A surreal, effective, and deeply experimental horror film which manages to get under one's skin.
A surprising horror/western mash-up with a terrific cast, 'Bone Tomahawk' is an impressive debut.
An enchanting and moving story of cultural identity, romance, and life's most difficult choices.
Exquisitely crafted and articulates the entrancing quality of falling for the right person.
Alison Brie and Jason Sudeikis try being "just friends" while navigating a mutual tendency to abuse sex in this hilariously fresh rom com.
Social awkwardness fails to add to a stagnant romantic comedy.
Sci-fi action shlock that prostitutes retro gaming into oblivion.
An absurdist social critique that solidifies Lanthimos as not just a unique voice in today’s cinematic realm, but a great one as well.
An interesting concept gets a clunky, insufferable treatment in this sci-fi/documentary hybrid
Lively is the beating heart of this San Francisco-set romance fantasy.
Boasting lush visuals, a thrilling story, and an urgent message, Afia Nathaniel's assured debut is a remarkable experience.
Great performances can't save this lackluster western from constant frustration.
Perfect performances and an excellently adapted script create a visceral emotional experience.
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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