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An almost insensitive America-beats-all action flick.
A hyper-frenetic, gripping and horrific descent into emotional depravity.
Standard, satisfying Bond fare that will please many, surprise none.
An overwhelming, insane, and exhilarating ride no one will want to get off of.
A lo-fi romantic comedy with a New York sense of humor and a tremendous supporting cast.
A mockumentary about a world where men no longer have a purpose is entertaining, even when it's uneven.
Misanthropic vision of fame-obsessed Hollywood finds some moments of darkly insightful comedy.
A solid studio comedy and star-vehicle for the ever-entertaining McCarthy.
This found-footage doc about one family's addiction to materialism is impossible to believe but impossible to resist.
This sluggish documentary about Finnish cheerleaders suffers from a flat presentation.
Fantasy and reality blur on multiple levels in this uneven arthouse film posing as a documentary.
A serial impersonator of subway workers is documented in this compelling portrait of institutional neglect.
A strong ensemble cast helps offset the copycat nature of this psychological thriller.
A spectacular coming-of-age adventure with digital artistry to die for.
A wrenching and intimate tale about the criticality of communication, and the collateral damage of deceit, in the wake of loss.
A case study in indulgent and privileged grieving.
With a gargantuan 5+ hour runtime, 'Happy Hour' is the kind of intimate character study that's unheard of.
What starts out as a promising teen slasher soon falls victim to its own narcissism.
A man carries out the wishes of his late wife, whose spirit has possessed their son, in this bleak Chinese drama.
Two of France's greatest actors reunite in a strange tale of death and the afterlife in the California desert.
Offensive, lazy, and obnoxious, 'Darling' is asinine from start to finish.
Aside from a neat visual gimmick, 'Pandemic' is a dull, schlocky affair.
Almost sexual in its slow build to climax, Eggers' period piece carefully illuminates the horrors of domestic mistrust and misogyny.
Good intentions aren't enough to overcome a clumsy execution in this light-hearted indie comedy.
The frailty of the human ego threatens to topple the might of a long marriage in this measured but mesmerizing love story.
An enchanting and moving story of cultural identity, romance, and life's most difficult choices.
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.
Follows not one of its predecessor's footsteps, to great success. A high-intensity, streamlined, claustrophobic thriller.
A parents night out turns into a nightmare for their kids in this taut, psycho-sitter thriller.
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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