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A serviceable thrill machine that pays homage to the past and makes way for the future.
More a tourism video for Finland, Samuel L. Jackson's badassery is wasted on this explosion-happy flick.
This heist movie doesn't reinvent the wheel, but fans of the genre will have a good time nonetheless.
Dominic Purcell sleeps through this lazy and incoherent remake of an exploitation cult classic.
Male entertainers are the heroes in this goofy follow-up to Soderbergh's 2012 surprise hit.
A ribald Aussie anthology that proves to be mildly amusing and frustratingly sloppy.
The cast assembled for this parody of underdog sports stories keeps Balls Out amusing through its tedious plot.
Jason Banker's blending of documentary and fiction in this horror film is, for better and worse, a bold and risky move.
A behind-the-scenes look at one of the most unlikely human-interest stories in recent memory.
An unsettling, oddly uplifting documentary of a family trapped inside their apartment.
A personal touch is the greatest asset to this entertaining documentary about environmental activists The Yes Men.
An atmospheric coming-of-age film showing the heartbreak of young love and the importance of self-discovery.
By eschewing the most interesting parts of Escobar's life, this fact-based thriller misses the real story.
Rickman's period romance won't blow any minds, but it'll put smiles on faces.
An Arab teen attending an Israeli school finds love and battles bigotry in this glorious drama.
Hypnotic music and stimulating imagery fail to entrance the way they should.
A critique of the French healthcare system is bolstered by a thoughtful script and strong lead performances.
Six hilarious short stories make up one of the most rewarding and entertaining films of the year.
Once the glossy, music video veneer is stripped away, all that remains is an 85-minute hate tweet.
The successful surrealism of this directorial debut is overshadowed by its weak performances and inconsistent writing.
A horror documentary about sleep paralysis that's both fascinating and frightening
A dialogue-heavy, meditative meander through a tangled web of romance in modern-day Argentina.
Social awkwardness fails to add to a stagnant romantic comedy.
Fans of French cinema, coming-of-age stories, and kindhearted romantic comedies are sure to find plenty to enjoy.
An absurdist social critique that solidifies Lanthimos as not just a unique voice in today’s cinematic realm, but a great one as well.
Lake Bell pretends to be Simon Pegg's blind date in this charming update on the misunderstanding-based rom com.
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.
Offers as many genre pleasures as it does philosophical head-scratchers.
A threadbare story and bad gimmicks ruins this debut feature from being anything more than an impressive technical feat.
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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