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A downer of a movie that sleepwalks through action-thriller tropes and takes itself too seriously.
Thrilling action sequences get buried by piles of painfully nonsensical plot machinations.
Neeson spills blood yet again, and it's not half bad.
This true-life kidnapping and ransom tale feels uninteresting.
'Get Hard' needs to get the hell out of here.
The strange difficulties of two urban artistic twenty-somethings are amusingly full of heart.
A judgmental dramedy that makes it all too easy to judge as lacking.
Adam Sandler has been in worse movies, but never one as messy and poorly conceived as The Cobbler.
A hypnotic film that turns the documentary format into an oral autobiographical post-mortem on the life of one of Hollywood's greatest actors.
An unfocused doc about the secret history of one of music's behind-the-scenes icons.
A delicate, loving tribute to one of music's gentle giants.
Another addition to the ongoing trend of documentaries about unknown and under appreciated musicians getting their due.
An insta-classic dog film, superbly crafted genre cinema, and a canine fairytale that's sure to sweep audiences off their feet.
An enigmatic fable about a young girl's coming of age provides magical low-key pleasures.
A love story with monster elements provides plenty to admire, if not love.
Transcends expectations and delves into a philosophical discourse devotees of existentialism will adore.
Succeeds in capturing the male bond and its significance in manhood.
Sustaining an extreme level of tension the whole way through, Mitchell's teen horror opus is one of the best of its kind.
A backpacking trip goes horrifyingly wrong when a couple strays off-trail.
Store-brand horror schlock destined to be forgotten.
The rich and mighty elite of Oxford take spoiled to new heights of rotten in this class-clashing thriller.
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.
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 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.
Life and death at sea make for a gripping tale from first-time director Shim Sung-Bo.
A mesmerizing Patricia Clarkson can't carry this thrill-less 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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