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'#Screamers' Gets To The Horrifying Bottom Of Those Annoying Screamer Videos ''71' - The Other Jack O'Connell War Movie '10 Cloverfield Lane' Isn't The 'Cloverfield' Sequel Everyone Wants - It's Better
'12 Years A Slave' Is A Moving Epic About The Power Of The Human Spirit '22 Jump Street' Continues To Serve Up The Action-Packed Laughs '3 Days To Kill', No Time To Entertain
'300: Rise Of An Empire' Repeats The Formula To Similar Results '7 Days In Entebbe' Dulls Down Its Daring True Story 'A Bigger Splash' Reeks Of Wasted Potential And Missed Opportunity
'A Christmas Horror Story' Dishes Out Four Helpings Of Yuletide Terror 'A Cure For Wellness' Is A Heavy Genre Pick That's Too Weird For Its Own Good 'A Fantastic Woman' Explores Grief And Mourning While Celebrating Love And Strength
'A Ghost Story' Executes Its Simple Concept Brilliantly 'A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night' Corners The Market On The Hip Iranian Vampire Western Genre 'A Monster Calls' Is A Simple Story That Deals With Complex Emotions...And A Monster
'A Most Violent Year' Tries To Hide A Tediously Wordy Story Behind A Bunch Of Gloss...And It Almost Works 'A Most Wanted Man' - See It Just Because Of Philip Seymour Hoffman 'A Simple Favor' Teams Anna Kendrick And Blake Lively In A Pulpy, Twisty Thriller
'A Walk Among the Tombstones' Recycles The Same Liam Neeson Character Into A Paint-By-Numbers Crime Drama 'A War' Explores The Human Side Of Military Action 'A Wrinkle In Time' Is A Seemingly Endless Slog Through Space And Time
'Aardvark' Is As Schizophrenic As Its Lead Character 'Abattoir' Turns The Standard Modern Haunted House Movie On Its Head 'Abe & Phil's Last Poker Game' Lets Martin Landau Be Martin Landau
'Adult Beginners' Is A Prototypical Comedy Bolstered By A Solid Lead 'After Earth' Works Tirelessly To Keep Things Simple And Inoffensive 'Afternoon Delight' Is A Great Character-Driven, Story-Based Film...With A Hooker
'Against The Night' Is Worse Than Found Footage - It's A Movie About Making Found Footage 'Alien Abduction' Is Creatively Clever For A Found-Footage Horror Flick 'Alien: Covenant' Connects Some - But Not All - Of The Dots Between 'Prometheus' And 'Alien'
'All I See Is You' Is Not The Blake Lively Movie You Think It Is 'Aloft' Gets Grounded By Its Own Artsy-ness 'Aloha' Sets A Schizophrenic Story Against A Beautiful Backdrop
'American Animals' Is This Week's 'Other' - And Better - Heist Movie 'American Assassin' Is A Passable B-Level Action Drama 'American Hustle' Fires On All Cylinders As It Delivers Retro-Seventies Solid Gold
'American Made' Is A Fine Biopic With A Solid Tom Cruise Performance 'Amnesiac' Takes An All-Too Familiar Story And Kills It 'Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues' Delivers Ron Burgundy, Cranked To 11
'Annabelle: Creation' Is More Of The Same From The Creepy James Wan-Iverse - And That's A Good Thing 'Annihilation' Is A Great Flight That Doesn't Quite Stick The Landing 'Anomalisa' Is As Raw, Honest, Genuine, And Emotional As Stop-Motion Puppets Are Bound To Get
'Ant-Man And The Wasp' Is A Fun Marvel Distraction 'Ant-Man' Is Marvel's Passable Blockbuster With Clever Action 'Appetites' - A Different, And Ineffective, Kind Of Love Story
'Arrival' Takes A Classic Science Fiction Theme And Thrusts It Into The Modern Age 'As Above/So Below' Makes Up For Its Contrivances With Some Freaky Scares 'Assassin's Creed' Will Satisfy Its Fans, But Casual Moviegoers Will Be Left Confused And Apathetic
'At The Devil's Door' Tries Really Hard, But Just Doesn't Deliver Any Scares 'Atomic Blonde' Is More Than Just The Female Version Of 'John Wick' 'Atomica' Is A Minimalistic And Restrained - And Decidedly Unfun - SyFy Original Movie
'August: Osage County' Has Dramatic Bite And Wicked Comedic Flare 'Austenland' Has Charm, Romance, And Humor For Everyone, Plus The Austenphile 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' Is Another Great Superhero Team-Up
'Avengers: Infinity War' Is The Marvel Mashup That Fanboys Have Been Dreaming About 'Ayla' Is An Effective, Occult-Tinged Tale Of Loss And Grief 'Backcountry' - Just When You Thought It Was Safe To Go Back Into The Woods
'Band Aid' Will Satisfy Your Quirky Indie Musical Comedy Cravings 'Baskin' Masks An Incoherent Story With Slick Filmmaking And Gratuitous Splatter 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice' is a Cinematic Mess With Few Victories
'Beast' Is A Subtle Psychological Thriller That Feels Like A Puzzle With A Few Missing Pieces 'Beasts Of No Nation' Is A Long-Winded Look At War Through The Eyes Of A Child Soldier 'Before I Fall' Is A Serviceable Young Adult Adaptation...And Not Much More
'Before I Go to Sleep' Is A Suspenseful Ride Through The Twists And Turns Of Nicole Kidman's Mind 'Believe Me' Entertains, Informs, And Enlightens, Without Anyone Realizing It 'Belle' Feels Too Safe, Like A Hallmark Movie About British Slavery
'Beneath' Is Another Movie With A Giant Rubber Fish...And That's The Only Way It Should Be 'Beside Still Waters' Channels 'The Big Chill' For The Next Generation 'Bethany' Ho-Hums Its Way Through The Full List Of Modern Horror Tropes
'Beyond The Reach' - Michael Douglas Hunts The Most Dangerous Game 'Big Eyes' Is A Paint By Numbers Biopic 'Big Hero 6' Is Disney's Next Great Animated Franchise with a Marvel Twist
'Big Legend' Is, For Better Or Worse, Just Another Bigfoot Movie 'Big Stone Gap' - A Slice Of Small-Town Living That May Be A Little Too Authentic 'Birdman' Is A Perfect Blend of Technical Filmmaking And Artistic Storytelling...With A Superhero
'Black Mass' Brings The True Crimes Of Whitey Bulger To Bold, Cinematic Life 'Black Sea' Packs A Ton Of Suspense And Intrigue Into A Tiny Little Submarine 'Blackhat': Hacking For Dummies
'Blade Of The Immortal' Bookends A Hero's Journey With Some Epic Battles 'Blade Runner 2049' Is A Beautiful Cult Movie Spectacle 'Blair Witch' Has The Same Fun Spirit As The Original, With More Storyline...And More Scares
'Bleed For This' Is A Satisfactory Biopic With A Strong Leading Performance 'Blended' Is A Tired Mix Of Old Adam Sandler Jokes 'Blockers' Flips The Script On The Cinematic Rite-Of-Passage Movie
'Blumhouse's Truth Or Dare' Is A Rare Miss For The Titan Horror Studio 'Bokeh' Wastes A Ton Of Story Potential...But It Sure Looks Great 'Boundaries' Is A Road Movie That's All Journey And No Destination
'Boyhood' Is An Instant Timeless Classic 'Breaking In' Tests A Mother's Resolve...And An Audience's Patience 'Breathe' Misses The Real Robin Cavendish Story
'Bridge of Spies' Delivers A Surprising Number Of Thrills For A Spielberg Historical Drama 'Brooklyn' Is Saoirse Ronan At Her Tired, Poor, Huddled Best 'By the Sea' Is The Cinematic Equivalent Of Vaguebooking
'Byzantium' Is A Revisionist Vampire Tale That Takes A Little Too Long To Attack Its Audience 'Café Society' Is Vintage Woody Allen, Through And Through 'Camino' Lets Career Stuntwoman Zoë Bell Show Off Her Action Star Skills
'Captain America: Civil War' Delivers A-Grade Action Alongside A Mature Superhero Story 'Captain America: The Winter Soldier' Showcases Universal Change, With A Weak Character Leading The Charge 'Captain Phillips' Is A Surprising Mix Of Action And Character Study; And Pirates
'Carrie' Is Not An Imaginative Retelling Of The Original Film, It's Just Another Disappointing Horror Remake 'Certain Women' Is A Fitting Title For Director Kelly Reichardt's Episodic Meanderer 'Chappie' Lacks Focus, And Not Even Fighting Robots Can Fully Save It
'Christine' Brings One Of The Most Horrifyingly Tragic Events Of The Seventies To Life 'Closed Circuit' Has A Big Bang, But Packs Little Punch 'ClownTown' Is A Generic Stalk-And-Siege Movie That Still Manages To Pack A Few Good Scares
'Cockneys vs Zombies' Delivers What It Promises - Cockneys And Zombies 'Coming Home' Camouflages A Sad And Sappy Story With Stunning Cinematography 'Concussion' Does Not Hit Hard Enough To Leave Any Real Marks
'Contracted' Is A Highly Original Take On Body Horror That May Be A Little Too Real For Some 'Crimson Peak' Tries To Tell A Gothic Ghost Story Without Any Ghosts 'Custody' Goes From 'Kramer vs. Kramer' To 'The Shining' In Ninety Minutes Flat
'Daddy's Home' Offers Few Laughs Despite A Decent Premise 'Danny Collins' Gives Al Pacino A Chance To Tug The Heartstrings, Tickle The Funny Bone, And Sing A Few Songs 'Dark Feed' Is A Great Ghost Story That Is Hindered By Its Limited Budget
'Dark House' Is A Different Kind Of Haunted House Movie 'Dark Was the Night' - A Creature Feature That's Refreshingly Light On The Creature 'Darkest Hour' Amounts To Little More Than An Oscar Grab For Gary Oldman
'Dave Made A Maze' Is The Most Endearingly Crazy Movie You're Bound To See This Year 'Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes' Delivers Plenty Of Ape Action 'Deadpool 2' Is Still The Proud, Awkward Outsider Of The Marvel Universe
'Deadpool' Ushers In A New Age Of R-Rated Superhero Movies 'Death Valley' Is A Brilliant Character Study With Idiotic Characters 'Death Wish' Is A Kinder, More Mature Eli Roth Movie
'Deliver Us from Evil' - "True" Story That Is Heavy On Mystery, Light On Scares 'Delivery Man' Shows The Love, Warmth, And Humor Of Family, Even In The Unlikeliest Of Places 'Der Nachtmahr' Is A Slick, Noisy, Dystopian Coming-Of-Age Party Movie - With A Little Monster
'Despicable Me 2' Is Basically The Minion Movie, But That's Okay 'Detention Of The Dead' Is Great For Horror Freaks And Comedy Fans, With Influences From John Hughes And George Romero 'Devil's Due' Is Just Another Mediocre Horror Film That Doesn't Deliver
'Devil's Whisper' Is A Typical Possession Movie That Still Manages To Have A Bit Of Bite 'Divergent' Simply Imitates 'The Hunger Games'...Badly 'Don Jon': Love In An Age Of Porn
'Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far On Foot' Is Gus Van Sant At His Most Van Sant-iest 'Dope' Reads Like A Love-Letter To Nineties Hip-Hop Movies 'Dough' Is An Improbable Stoner Comedy That Sounds Funnier Than It Is
'Dracula Untold' Shows A Kinder, Gentler Prince Of Darkness 'Draft Day' Meanders Between Authentic Portrait And Dramatized Oversimplification 'Dumb and Dumber To': Dumb In All The Right Ways
'Earth To Echo' Earns Its 'E.T.' Comparisons - But Not In A Good Way 'Edge of Tomorrow' Is A Near-Perfect Summer Blockbuster 'Effie Gray' Is A Beautiful-But-Boring British Period Piece
'Eighth Grade' Is A Brutally Honest Look At Tweens In The Social Media Age 'Elvis & Nixon' May Not Be A 'True' True Story, But It Should Be 'Elysium' Is An Action Packed Sci-Fi Movie That Almost Makes The Viewer Ignore The Political Allegory...Almost...
'Embrace of the Serpent' Looks Beautiful, But Lacks Bite 'Ender's Game' Is A Faithful, Spectacle-Filled Adaptation 'Endless Love' Ignores The Source Material And Misses A Big Opportunity
'Enemy' May Be The Weirdest Film Of The Year, But Don't Let That Scare You Away 'England Is Mine' Is Not The Smiths Movie Everyone Wants It To Be 'Entertainment' Spends Some Quality Time With The Saddest Funnyman Around
'Epic' Is Sure To Win The Praise Of Children, Thanks To A Hilarious Slug And Snail 'Epidemic' Entertains, Even As It Falls Into The Same Old Horror Traps 'Escape Plan': All Muscle, No Meat
'Escobar: Paradise Lost' Wastes Good Performances By Benicio Del Toro And Josh Hutcherson On A Mediocre Story 'Evil Dead' Strips Away The Camp, Leaving Nothing But Terror 'Ex Machina' Proves That Philosophical and Minimalistic Sci-Fi Can Be Beautiful, Too
'Exodus: Gods and Kings' Is A Hollow Biblical Epic 'Experimenter' Serves Up A Different Kind Of Mad Scientist Movie 'Extraterrestrial' Is A Fun Throwback To Classic Sci-Fi That Still Manages To Feel Modern
'Eye In The Sky' Asks Its Audience To Ponder The Cost Of Modern Warfare, One Life At A Time 'Fading Gigolo' Can't Decide Between Being A Romance Or A Comedy, So It Doesn't Do Either Very Well 'Fantastic Four': An Intriguing Start, But Flames Out In The End
'Fences' Boasts Some Great Performances, If You Can Keep From Nodding Off 'Fifty Shades Of Grey' Is Destined For Life As A Cult Classic Midnight Movie 'Film Stars Don't Die In Liverpool' Shows Annette Bening Getting Better And Better With Each Movie
'Final Portrait' Wastes A Pair Of Great Performances On The Tedium Of Portrait Modeling 'Focus' Is A Sexy Con Movie That's A Little Too Neat 'Free Birds' Will Entertain, And Outrage
'Frozen' Movie Review 'Furious 7' Is A Bittersweet Send-Off For Paul Walker 'Fury' Is A Familiar Feeling War Movie That Still Packs A Punch
'Geostorm' Is A Disaster Flick To Avoid 'Get Hard' Is The Definition Of Lazy Comedic Filmmaking 'Getaway': Just Drive, Don't Talk
'Gett: The Trial Of Viviane Amsalem' Is Not Just Another Standard Courtroom Drama 'Ghost Stories' Turns A Trio Of Terrifying Tales Into This Year's Must-See Horror Flick 'Ghostbusters' Is A 'Ghostbusters' For A New Generation - And A New Audience
'Godzilla' Ushers In The Summer Blockbusters With A ROOOAAARRR!! 'Gone Girl' Plays A Little Too Fast And Loose With Tone 'Good Kill' Is This Generation's 'Top Gun,' But With A Conscience
'Goodbye Christopher Robin' Tells The Tale Of A Childhood Icon - Without The Childlike Wonder And Innocence 'Goosebumps' Serves Up All Of R.L. Stine's Monsters In One Bite-Sized Movie 'Grand Piano' Proves That Pianists Can Be Action Heroes, Too
'Grandma' Drops Lily Tomlin Right Into Her Element 'Gravity' Is The Perfect Combination Of Eye-Popping Visuals And Talented Acting In A Concise Story 'Green Room' Rages With Punk Rock, Paranoia, And Patrick Stewart
'Grown Ups 2' Has Plenty Of Laughs, Thanks To Adopting A Comedy Skit Approach 'Grudge Match' Movie Review 'Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2' Brings The Merry Band Back Together
'Guardians of the Galaxy': Marvel's Crowd Pleasing Cosmic Adventure 'Hail, Caesar!' Is The Coen Bros. Supremely Sharp Send-Up Of Golden Age Hollywood 'Happy Camp' Is A Faux-Documentary With Promise, But A Disappointment In The End
'Happy Death Day' Is A Lightweight And Forgettable Slasher With A Tired Gimmick 'Happy End' Almost Connects The Dots...But Not Quite 'Hearts Beat Loud' Combines An Emotional Story With A Bouncy Soundtrack
'Hell Or High Water' Feels Like A Lost Coen Brothers Faux-Western 'Hello, My Name Is Doris' Is A Quirky Indie Comedy For The Baby Boomers 'Here Comes The Devil' Leads Audiences On A Journey Into Paranoia, Suspicion, And Revenge
'Hidden Figures' Is Safe, Predictable...and Enjoyable 'High-Rise' Tosses Tom Hiddleston Into A Cold Concrete Metaphor For Modern Society 'Hitman: Agent 47' Misses The Mark In Every Way Possible
'Homefront' Pits Jason Statham Against James Franco...Amazing 'Horrible Bosses 2' Brings Back The Lovable Losers...And It's Hysterical 'Hostiles' Is A Beautiful, If Forgettable, Revisionist Western
'Hot Tub Time Machine 2': Wasted Time 'Hotel Artemis' Gives A Not-So-Subtle Glimpse Of A Cartoony Dystopic Near Future 'How to Train Your Dragon 2' Delivers Another Magical Ride
'I Give It A Year' Is The Romantic Comedy For The Realists Of The World 'I Saw The Light' Introduces The Next Generation Of Moviegoers To Hank Williams Sr. 'I'll See You in My Dreams' Proves That All The Right Elements Can Still Add Up To A Mediocre Movie
'I'm So Excited' Is A Feel-Good Dark Comedy For Those Who Can Leave Their Inhibitions At The Door 'I, Frankenstein' Is A Lot Of Talk, A Bit Of Action, And No Fright 'I-Lived' Provides Good, Mindless, Forgettable Entertainment, But Very Few Actual Scares
'If I Stay' Is Heart-Wrenching, But Not Enough To Save The Movie From Mediocrity 'In The Heart Of The Sea' Is A Harrowing Tale of Survival 'Inferno' Delivers An Interesting, Action-Packed Puzzle To Solve
'Inherent Vice': Results May Vary On Your Psychedelic Trip 'Inside Llewyn Davis' Is Wildly Entertaining, Even Without A Plot 'Insidious: Chapter 2' Is The Rare Sequel That Is Better Than Its Predecessor
'Insidious: Chapter 3' Gets A New Director, But It's Still An 'Insidious' Movie 'Insidious: The Last Key' Is A Compelling Paranormal Mystery...That's Still Very Much An 'Insidious' Movie 'Insurgent' Is A Step In The Right Direction, But Still Falls Into The Same Old Traps As 'Divergent'
'Interstellar' Takes Bold Leaps, But Doesn't Always Stick The Landing 'Into the Storm': Batten Down The Hatches And Let This One Pass By 'Into the Woods' Captures The Spirit Of Sondheim In A Fun Hollywood Mashup
'Iron Man 3' is Marvel's Boldest Superhero Film Yet 'It Comes At Night' Will Scare You With What It Doesn't Show 'It Follows' Throws Back To The Teen Horrors Of Yesteryear - And It Scares The Hell Out Of You, Too
'Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit' Brings The Clancy Hero Into A Post-9/11 World 'Jersey Boys' Makes The Audience Sing Along With Both The Comedy and The Tragedy 'Jessabelle' Shows Potential, But Quickly Becomes The Ghost Movie That Everyone Expects
'Jimmy's Hall' Channels 'Footloose' To Tell The Story Of The Aftermath Of The Irish War Of Independence 'Jobs' The Movie Does No Favors For Jobs The Man 'Joe' Stars Nicolas Cage In A Very Different Coming Of Age Film
'John Wick' Features A Bunch Of Awesome Fighting...And Not Much More 'Joy' Is A Swing-And-A-Miss For The Lawrence-Cooper-Russell Triumvirate 'June' Is Not Just An Average Story Of The Typical Little Girl Next Door
'Jupiter Ascending' Fails To Rise Above Generic Sci-Fi Fare 'Jurassic World' Is Light On Character, But Heavy On Dinosaur-Munching Fun 'Justice League' Is A Messy Superhero Team-Up That Lacks Weight
'Kick-Ass 2' Is A Little Uneven, But Its Battered, Bloodied Heart Is In The Right Place 'Kill Me Three Times' - The Best Tarantino Movie That Tarantino Never Made 'Kill Order' Punches And Kicks Its Way Through An Unremarkable Story
'Kill the Messenger': One Half Of An Engaging Drama 'Killer Party' Is A Zombie Movie With A Refreshing Lack Of Zombies 'Kingsman: The Golden Circle' Is Another Slick Spy Flick With Great Action
'Kingsman: The Secret Service' Is Slick Spy Action With A Hard Edge 'Kiss of the Damned' Tries To Take Vampires Back With Good Intentions But Poor Results 'Knight Of Cups' Is A Beautifully Shot, Stylishly Edited Non-Cohesive Excuse For A Story
'Kumiko, The Treasure Hunter' Is Almost The 'Fargo' Sequel We Never Got 'Kung Fu Killer' - Come For The Fighting, Stay For The Fighting 'La La Land' Is A Wonderfully Slick Musical About A Wonderfully Phony Los Angeles
'Labor Day': Melodrama Fit For Romance Novels, But Not Feature Films 'Lady Bird' Shows That Greta Gerwig Can Literally Do It All 'Laggies' Is A Coming-Of-Age Story For Generation Y
'Land Ho!' Will Make You Want To Visit Iceland With Your Grandpa 'Land Of Mine' Shows The Aftermath Of War In A Very Different Light 'Late Phases' Brings Back The Classic Werewolf Fighting Movie
'Lean On Pete' Is The Tragic Opposite Of A Feel-Good Animal Movie 'Learning to Drive' Has Ben Kingsley And Patricia Clarkson, But Wastes Them On Heavy-Handed Metaphors 'Leatherface' Is The Texas Chainsaw Movie That No One Asked For...Or Wanted
'Lee Daniels' The Butler' Has Merit Hidden Within; You Just Have To Get Past The Melodramatic Nonsense 'Legend' Lacks Cinematic Punch, Despite A Solid Performance From Tom Hardy 'Let Me Out' Captures The Conflicting Emotions Of Anxiety And Sheer Exhilaration That Come With Filmmaking
'Leviathan' Is The Feel-Bad Movie Of The Winter 'Life Partners' Keeps It Light And Familiar, But Still Stays Fun 'Life' Beats 'Alien: Covenant' To The Punch
'Lila & Eve' Is What You Get When You Put Thelma And Louise Into Shaft's Hood 'Lion' Mixes A True Story With Breathtaking Locations And A True Ensemble Cast 'Little Boy' Shows World War II Through The Idealistic And Optimistic Eyes Of A Child
'Little Men' Is A Lighthearted Movie With A Powerful Undercurrent 'Lizzie' Tells A Different Version Of The Lizzie Borden Legend 'Locke' - The Anti-'Fast And The Furious', It's Minimalist Filmmaking At Its Finest
'Logan' Is A Fitting Send-Off, And One Of The Best Comic Book Movies To Date 'Lost In Paris' Turns A Rough Vacation Into A Comedic Showcase 'Louder Than Bombs' Is A Standard Tale Of Grief And Anger Told In A Non-Standard Way
'Love & Friendship' Is A Very Accessible Adaptation Of A Classic Jane Austen Tale 'Love & Mercy' Shows An Unsunny Side Of The Genius Behind The Beach Boys 'Love is Strange' Explores The Trials And Tribulations Of Marriage In The 21st Century
'Loveless' Explores The Concept Of Mourning Before There's Anything To Mourn 'Lucky Bastard' Nails The Found Footage Thing, But Suffers From A Weak Script 'Lucky' Celebrates The Magnetic Presence Of The Late Harry Dean Stanton
'Lucy' Combines Solid Execution With A Weak Script 'Macbeth' Is A High Production Value Adaptation That Lacks Purpose 'Mad Max: Fury Road' - A Non-Stop Adrenaline Rush Through The Familiar Universe Of George Miller's Post-Apocalyptic Dystopia
'Magic In The Moonlight' - Woody Allen's Not-So-Romantic Comedy Is A Hit 'Maleficent' Flips The Script On The 'Sleeping Beauty' Story 'Man Of Steel' Breathes New Life Into Superman With Action, Romance, And The Sexiest Kal-El Yet
'Maniac' Is A Typical Horror Movie Remake That Is Anything But Typical 'Marguerite' Is More Entertaining Than Any Hurtful Movie Has The Right To Be 'Mark Of The Witch' Stuns With Its Beauty, But Snoozes With Its Plot
'Measure Of A Man' Tells A Story Of Coming-Of-Age In The Seventies 'Men, Women, & Children' Sends An Obvious Message 10 Years Too Late 'Midnight Sun' Is A By-The-Numbers Young Adult Tragedy, And Doesn't Pretend To Be Anything More
'Miles Ahead' Teams Don Cheadle With Ewan McGregor In An Unlikely Buddy Cop Picture...About Jazz Music 'Million Dollar Arm' Lobs A Softball Down The Middle 'Mission: Impossible - Fallout' Is Non-Stop Action Courtesy Of Tom Cruise
'Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation' Is Another Entertaining Action Thriller From Cruise & Co. 'Mistress America' Is A Chick Flick Wearing The Clever Disguise Of An Art Film 'Mojave' Is An Explosive Psychological Thriller With A Brutally Long Fuse
'Moka' Takes The Revenge Film In A Different Direction 'Molly's Game' Proves Sorkin, Chastain Can Do No Wrong 'Monday At 11:01 A.M.' Is A Tame Mystery That Will Be Forgotten By Tuesday
'Money Monster' Subverts Expectations With A Formulaic Story 'Monsterland' Lives Up To Its Name - All Monsters, All The Time 'Monsters University' Is Full Of Monsterific Fun (and a great moral, too)
'Morgan' Disappoints With Its Sci-Fi Predictability 'Mr. Peabody & Sherman' Is A Kids' Movie That Is Safe For Adults 'Mustang' Puts A Talented Bunch Of Girls Into A Very Basic Coming-Of-Age Movie
'My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea' - Corny As Hell, But You'll Like It 'My Life As A Zucchini' Tugs At The Heart Strings While It Tickles The Funny Bone 'Nebraska' Is A Pitch Perfect Portrait Of Small Town Life
'Need For Speed' Spins Out At The Starting Line 'Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising' Expands the Gimmick to Great Effect 'Neighbors' Brings Big Laughs
'Neruda' - Pablo Larraín's Quirky 'Other' Biopic 'Nerve' Is A Dangerous Fairy-Tale For The Adrenaline Junkie Generation 'Nightcrawler' Leads Because It Bleeds
'Nocturnal Animals' Combines Beauty And Brutality Into An Engaging, If Ultimately Unsatisfying, Modern Melodrama 'Non-Stop' Is A Tense Thriller At 30,000 Feet 'Nostalgia' Tells Several Dreamy Stories Of Love, Loss, And Pain
'Now You See Me' Is Full Of Surprises, And Should Be Seen Before They Are Spoiled 'Nymphomaniac: Vol. I' Is Fascinating, Thoughtful, And Provocative...But Not All That Sexy 'Nymphomaniac: Vol. II' Dials Back The Sex, But Increases The Deviance
'Obvious Child' Is The Funniest Abortion Movie Ever Made 'Ocean's 8' Misses The Mark As It Panders To The Masses 'Oculus' Has All Of The Makings Of A Modern Horror Classic
'Office Christmas Party' Is A Mish-Mash Of Mediocre R-Rated Comedy Skits 'Operation Avalanche' Is Lo-Fi For Film Geeks And Conspiracy Theorists 'Operation Finale' Shows The Less Glamorous Side Of Nazi Hunting
'Other People' Laughs And Cries With Raw, Genuine Emotion 'Ouija' - You've Seen It Before, But It'll Still Scare You 'Ouija: Origin Of Evil' Is Gateway Horror For The Next Generation Of Young Fright Fans
'Out Of The Furnace' Displays Complicated Trauma, And Unexplainable Evil 'Pacific Rim' Is 2,500 Tons Of Awesome, But Light On Subtlety 'Paddington 2' Is More Of The Same Charming, Charismatic Bear That Everybody Loves
'Paddington' Will Have Children Of All Ages Smiling From Ear To Ear 'Papillon' Is Competently Made, But Why Was It Made In The First Place? 'Paranoia' Is Shamefully Formulaic, But Will Appease Your Short-Term Memory
'Paranormal Activity' Returns To Form With 'The Marked Ones' 'Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension' Answers The Questions That Should Be Left Unanswered 'Passengers' Dazzles The Eyes, But Disappoints The Brain
'Paterson' Is The Most Entertainingly Humdrum Feel-Good Movie Ever Made 'Pay the Ghost' Proves, Once Again, That Nicolas Cage Will Not Turn Down A Role 'Percy Jackson: Sea Of Monsters' Is A Quick And Dirty Fantasy-Adventure You Won't Hate
'Personal Shopper' Sends Kristen Stewart Back To The Realm Of The Supernatural 'Peter Rabbit' Combines Heart And Laughter With A Dose Of Darkness 'Phantom Thread' Is More Of The Same Pretentious Genius From Paul Thomas Anderson
'Phobia' - A Freaky But Flawed Little Fright Film 'Pixels' Visuals Are Stunning, Everything Else Only Tolerable 'Planes' Isn't The Exciting, Funny, High-Flying Animated Action Movie You Hoped For
'Poltergeist' - The Remake Lacks The Heart, The Humor, And The Scares Of The Original 'Pompeii' Makes The Audience Wish For A Faster Volcano 'Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping' Is A Hilarious Spoof On The Self-Serious Concert Film
'Pride And Prejudice And Zombies' Needs Less Pride And Prejudice, And More Zombies 'Prisoners' Is An Amazing Film...If You Have The Stomach For It 'Private Number' Is A Poor Imitation Of A Stephen King Adaptation
'Puerto Ricans in Paris' Can Take The Fish Out Of The Water, But It Can't Make Them Funny 'Rampage' Is Monster Destruction Porn...And Little Else 'Raw' Dares The Viewer To Watch Its Purposeful Tastelessness
'Ready Player One' Combines Retro-Geek Culture Eye Candy With A Timely Message 'Red 2' Brings The Gang Back Together For More Laughs And Light Action 'Red Sparrow' Is A Sexy And Seductive Thriller In Which Nothing Is As It Seems
'Riddick' Movie Review 'Rings' Just Rehashes 'The Ring' - And In The Worst Possible Way 'RoboCop' (2014): A Passable Remake Unwilling to Leave Its Own Mark
'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story' Is A Memorable Trip Back In Time 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story's' Clunky Beginnings Are Saved By A Third Act That Star Wars Fans Will Love 'Roman J. Israel, Esq.' Is The Movie Denzel Washington Fans Have Been Waiting For
'Run All Night' Is Just Another Liam Neeson Movie 'Runner Runner' Is A Surprisingly Bland Waste Of Talent 'Rupture' Starts With A Bang And Ends With A Fizzle
'Rush': A Fast-Paced Rivalry Both On And Off The Track 'Sabotage': Serviceable Action Mired By A Lazy Script 'Sausage Party' Is An R-Rated Toy Story, And It's Hilarious
'Saving Mr. Banks' Movie Review 'Self/Less' Is A Highly Problematic Lifeless Drama 'Selma' Takes A Powerful Look Into The Life Of A Great Man
'Serena' May Be The Movie That Bradley Cooper And Jennifer Lawrence Will Want People To Forget 'Sex Tape' Is A Clever Concept Masked By Moronic Execution 'Shin Godzilla' Delivers A Bigger, Badder, Meaner Godzilla For The Modern Nuclear Age
'Show Dogs' Is The Year's Second Best Talking Dog Movie 'SiREN' Is A Disappointing Outing For The Best Character In 'V/H/S' 'Sicario' Is Another Stunningly Visceral Pot-Boiler From Denis Villeneuve
'Sicario: Day Of The Soldado' Keeps The 'Sicario' Saga Going Full Steam 'Silence' Has A Story And A Message, If You Can Sit Still Long Enough To Find It 'Sin City: A Dame To Kill For' Is A Fitting Sequel That Also Stands On Its Own
'Skyscraper' Is A White Knuckle Thriller As Only The Rock Can Deliver 'Sleeping With Other People' Is A Smart, Modern Romantic Comedy 'Snowden' Shows Off Oliver Stone At His Most Polarizing
'Snowpiercer' is Smart Sci-Fi Executed Well 'Solo: A Star Wars Story' Tells A New Story In An Old Familiar Way 'Some Kind of Hate' Is Some Kind Of A Supernatural Slasher
'Southbound' Is More Than Just A Solid Horror Anthology; It's A Solid Horror Movie 'Southpaw' Is A Predictable Boxing Melodrama With Solid Performances 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' Is The Best Spidey Story Yet
'Spotlight' Makes Heroes Out Of Reporters In A Surprisingly Suspenseful Pseudo-Mystery 'Spy' Is More Than Just Your Average 'James Bond' Spoof 'Stage Fright' Pays A Fun Musical Tribute To Classic Hollywood Horror, Both Old And New
'Star Trek Into Darkness' Is A Typical Summer Blockbuster That Is A Treat For Trekkies 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' Feels Like A Reunion With Old Friends Who Brought Their New Friends Along 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi' Mixes Suspense And Surprises Into An Enjoyable - If Meandering - Popcorn Movie
'Starry Eyes' - This Love Letter To L.A. Is One Of The Best Movies Of The Year 'Steve Jobs': A Portrait Of The Myth As A Broken Man 'Stonehearst Asylum' Features A Familiar Madness
'Straight Outta Compton' Is Driven By The Music, But Ends Up Being About A Lot More Than That 'Strangerland' Is What Happens When Mysteries Try Too Hard To Be Artsy 'Suburbicon' Is A Twisting Parable That Succeeds More Than It Falters
'Suffragette' Is An Woefully Passionless Passion Project 'Suicide Squad' is a Messy Anti-Superhero Movie 'Sully' Shows Another Side Of The 'Miracle On The Hudson'
'Summer 1993' Is A Surprisingly Uplifting Movie From A Darker Time 'Sun Choke' Is An Unpredictable Ride Into Paranoia And Insanity 'Swiss Army Man' Prides Itself On Being Just As Weird As Everyone Says It Is
'T2 Trainspotting' Is The Sequel That Trainspotting Fans Have Wanted, And The One That They Deserve 'Tag' Tells the Hysterical True Story Of Companionship, Camaraderie, And Competition 'Take Me To The River' Invites You To The Most Awkward And Uncomfortable Family Reunion Ever Thrown
'Tales Of Halloween' Assembles A Dream-Team Of Modern Horror For One Unforgettable Anthology 'Tangerine' Has Interesting Characters And A Unique Look, But Not Much Of A Plot 'Tangerines' Is A War Movie That Is Not About The Fighting
'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' Movie Review 'Terminator Genisys' Is A Baffling Franchise Entry With A Lazy Plot 'Terrifier' Combines Retro Schlock With Ultra-Violence, All While Smiling Like A Goofy Clown
'That Awkward Moment': A Generic Rom-Com That's Unsure Of Its Humor 'The 15:17 To Paris' Is A Weak Tribute To Its Three Heroes 'The Accountant' Is A Sophisticated Action/Drama That's A Little Too Bloated
'The Adderall Diaries' Explores The Unreliability Of Memory In A Very Unmemorable Way 'The Age of Adaline' Tries To Mask Its Typical Romantic Formula With An Atypical Gimmick 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2': An Improved Spidey Film Brought Down By A Bad Script
'The Babadook' Will Follow You Home And Haunt Your Dreams 'The Big Short' Is More Fun Than A Movie About The Housing Market Has Any Right To Be 'The Birth Of A Nation' Is A Poignant Historical Drama That Gets Bogged Down In Its Symbolism
'The Book Of Life' Is A Visual Masterpiece With A Great Story 'The Book Thief' Finds Light In The Darkness Of War 'The Boy' Takes All The Standard Horror Tropes And Lovingly Runs With Them
'The Calling' Has A Religious Serial Killer, And Endless Tropes 'The Comedian' Roars When It Stands Up, But Sputters When It Sits Down 'The Conjuring 2' Is James Wan Doing What James Wan Does - Scaring The Hell Out Of People
'The Conjuring' Is A Modern Throwback To A Time When Ghosts Were Loud And Movies Were Terrifying. 'The Cured' Is A Zombie Movie That Is Refreshingly Light On Zombies 'The Curse Of Sleeping Beauty' Is All Buildup And No Payoff...And Hardly Any Sleeping Beauty
'The Cut' - A Story Of Hope, Love, And Faith In The Face Of The Atrocities Of The Armenian Genocide 'The DUFF' Is A Modern Teen Comedy That's DULL 'The Dark Tapes' Is Everything That's Wrong With Found Footage Movies
'The Darkest Minds' Turns A Message Of Acceptance Into A Series Of Painfully Awkward Encounters 'The Diabolical' Is Not Just Another Creaky-Floorboard, Slamming Door Ghost Movie 'The Diary of a Teenage Girl' Brilliantly Portrays A Period Of Adolescence That Parents Won't Want To See
'The Drop' - This Amazing Movie Is Not Your Father's Crime Drama 'The Edge Of Seventeen' Is As John Hughes As A Non-John Hughes Movie Can Get 'The Exception' Is The Exception, Not The Rule
'The Expendables 3' is Self-Aware, Goofy, and the Series' Best 'The Eyes of My Mother' Is A Dirty Little Slice Of Nightmarish Genius 'The Family' Is Violent, Funny, And Practically Pointless
'The Fate Of The Furious' Shows That The Franchise Has Run Out Of Gas 'The Fault In Our Stars' Is A Challenging Tearjerker With Real Characters 'The Finest Hours' Is A By-The-Book Rescue Film With Little Dramatic Bite
'The First Purge' Satisfies The Blood Lust, But Little Else 'The Florida Project' Is A Visually Striking Look At Adult Problems Through Childrens' Eyes 'The Forest' Takes A Horrifying Idea And Muddles It To Death
'The Founder' Tells The Compelling Story Of The Man Who Stole McDonald's 'The Gallows' Follows The Found Footage Formula A Little Too Well, Disappointing In The End 'The Gambler' Is An Aimless Remake Of Little Import
'The Gift' - A Thriller More Suited For The Lifetime Network Than The Local Cinema 'The Girl On The Train' Is A Whodunit That Focuses On The 'What' And The 'How' 'The Giver' Wastes An Intriguing Premise On A Disappointing Third Act
'The Grand Budapest Hotel' Finds Wes Anderson Up To His Old Tricks Again 'The Grand Seduction' Tickles The Audience's Funnybone While Tugging At Its Heartstrings 'The Gunman' Has Too Much Muscle, Not Enough Brain
'The Hallow' Takes All The Usual Suspects And Turns Them Into A Creative Creature Feature 'The Handmaiden' Shows That Chan-wook Park Is Almost Ready To Give Up His Hammer Fighting Days...But Not Quite 'The Hangover Part III' Makes Saying Goodbye To The Wolfpack VERY Easy
'The Heat' Will Make You Laugh So Hard Your Stomach Muscles Will Thank You 'The Hobbit: The Battle Of The Five Armies' Is A Final Chapter Without Emotional Resonance 'The Hobbit: The Desolation Of Smaug' - Fantastic Action Redeems The Franchise
'The Homesman' Is A Beautiful Looking Modern Revisionist Western 'The House with A Clock In Its Walls' More Or Less Faithfully Adapts John Bellairs' Classic Children's Thriller 'The Houses October Built 2' Continues A Story That Should Have Ended
'The Human Centipede III (Final Sequence)' - It's Exactly The Movie That You Think It Is 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire' Serves Up More Dystopian Nightmares 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2' Provides A Fitting End To An Inconsistent Franchise
'The Identical' Is A Bad Impersonation Of A Rock And Roll Movie 'The Incantation' Shows Just Enough Creepy Potential To Be Frustrating 'The Infiltrator' is A Compelling Drama That Glosses Over a Few Too Many Details
'The Internship' Is The Vince Vaughn/Owen Wilson Comedy We Expected Years Ago 'The Invisible Woman': A Treat For The Eyes, But Not For The Brain 'The Invitation' Is Psychological Horror At Its Slow-Burning Best
'The Invoking 2' Is The Shortest Horror Short Film Festival You'll Ever See 'The Judge' Is Shameless Melodramatic Oscar Bait 'The Keeping Room' Serves Up A Heaping Helping Of Genre-Bending, Gender-Defying, Western-Revising Suspense
'The Killing Of A Sacred Deer' Is Yorgos Lanthimos At The Top Of His Game 'The Kings Of Summer' Is A Movie Of Substance, Pieced Together Modestly 'The LEGO Batman Movie' Is A Smart, Family Friendly Comedy
'The LEGO Movie' Is One Of The Best Animated Films Ever Built 'The Lady in the Van' Strands A Good Cast In A Mediocre Movie 'The Last Days On Mars' - A Disappointment Wrapped In A Shiny, Pretty Package
'The Last Five Years' Is A Romance Made For The Bitter, And The Sappy 'The Lazarus Effect' Should Come With A Do-Not-Resuscitate Order 'The Legend Of Hercules': A Purposeless Mish-Mash Of Muscle And Cliche
'The Lone Ranger' Ends With A Bang, If You Can Stay Awake Long Enough To See It Happen 'The Lost City Of Z' Is A Haunting Adventure Worth Taking 'The Magnificent Seven' Is A Good Popcorn Action Movie - Nothing More, Nothing Less
'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.' Shows That Guy Ritchie Can Do A Lot With A Sixties Spy Thriller 'The Martian' Was Made For The Masses, Not Readers Of The Novel 'The Maze Runner' Is Mild Entertainment With A Deflating Resolution
'The Meddler' Shows What Happens When Susan Sarandon Loves Rose Byrne Too Much 'The Mind's Eye' Reads Like A Love Letter To Cronenberg's Scanners 'The Miseducation Of Cameron Post' Lets Its Young Stars Shine
'The Monuments Men' Is A Cool War Movie That Doesn't Feel Like One 'The Mortal Instruments: City Of Bones' Is A YA Novel Adaptation Worth Recommending 'The Mummy' Kicks Off Universal's Dark Universe With A Whimper
'The Neon Dead' Has More Neon Demons Than 'The Neon Demon' 'The Neon Demon' Is As Visually Stunning And Aurally Exciting As A Plotless Movie Can Be 'The New Girlfriend' Is A Tense Character Study Of A Highly Unique Relationship
'The Nice Guys' Is A Smart & Hilarious Detective Story Anchored By Great Performances 'The Night Before' Is A Modern Stoner Christmas Classic 'The November Man' Is A Spy Thriller Without the Thrills
'The Nun' Does Not Live Up To Its Horrifying Potential 'The Overnight' Doesn't Quite Find The Right Balance Between Humor And Heart 'The Pact II' Is Just Another Mediocre Horror Sequel
'The Purge' Is A Great Concept That Suffers From Routine Execution 'The Purge: Anarchy' Ruins The Entire Purge Concept 'The Purge: Election Year' Hides A Thinly Veiled Political Allegory Behind Walls Of Flying Bullets
'The Quiet Ones' Scores Another Hit For Hammer Horror 'The Raid 2' - More Of The Same, And It's Perfect That Way 'The Rover' Lets Guy Pearce And Robert Pattinson Face Off...And Show Off
'The Salvation' Is An All-American Western Made By A Bunch Of Danes 'The Seagull' Wastes A Stellar Cast On A Mediocre Movie 'The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel' Is The Second Best Movie in the Franchise
'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty'...Nice To Look At, But Lifeless 'The Shadow Effect' Spoils A Cool Premise With Its Stock Shoot-'Em-Up Approach 'The Shape Of Water' Brings Guillermo Del Toro Back To The Realm Of Monsters
'The Signal' Makes Audiences Question Everything 'The Skeleton Twins' Proves Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader Are Ready For Prime Time 'The Smurfs 2' Smurfing Stinks
'The Snowman' Is The Best Looking Unfinished Movie Ever 'The Spectacular Now' Is An Authentic Portrait Of Young Love, Warts And All 'The Strangers: Prey At Night' Relies Too Heavily On Nostalgia And Not Enough On Paranoia
'The Theory of Everything' - A Movie About Stephen Hawking...And The Woman Who Loves Him 'The To Do List' Movie Review 'The Walk' Is A Well Made Biopic That Complements 'Man On Wire'
'The Water Diviner' Is Compelling Drama Bogged Down By Hokey Romance 'The Wave' Is A Disaster Movie For People Who Want To Feel It 'The Way Way Back' Warms The Heart And Tickles The Funny Bone
'The Wife' Lets Glenn Close Be Glenn Close 'The Witch' Is A Modern Classic, Set In The 1600s, That Still Feels Like A Seventies Movie 'The Wolf Of Wall Street' Movie Review
'The Wolverine' Is The Solo Film Fans Of X-Men Have Been Waiting For 'The Wonders' Is A Confused Movie With No Real Story - But Lots Of Bees 'The Zero Theorem' Movie Review
'Theeb' Is Part Coming-Of-Age Story And Part Incredible Journey Film, All Held Together By Beautiful Scenery 'Therapy For A Vampire' Draws A Few Laughs, But Very Little Blood 'They Remain' Is A Slow-Burn Mystery That Stays Lost In The Woods
'Things to Come' Is Yet Another Movie That Is Anchored By A Brilliant Isabelle Huppert Performance 'Third Person' Traps An Amazing Cast In A Mediocre Movie 'This Is The End' Is A Star-Studded, Rip-Roaring Comedy With An Apocalyptic Twist
'This Is Where I Leave You' Movie Review 'Thor: Ragnarok' Is The God Of Thunder's Best Outing Yet 'Thor: The Dark World' Has Plenty Of Action, Amidst Confusion
'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' Twists And Turns Its Way Into One Of The Best Movies Of The Year 'Timbuktu' - An Important Film Whose Little Moments Are More Compelling Than Its Story 'Time Out of Mind' Lets The Audience Spy On The Life Of A Homeless Hero
'Tragedy Girls' Is A Slick Modern Slasher That Combines A Retro-Kitsch Style With Pitch-Perfect Execution 'True Story' Casts James Franco As A Master Manipulator, and Jonah Hill As The Man Who Believes In Him 'Truth' Has A Message, But It Gets Lost In The Reporting
'Tully' Is More Than Just A Spiritual Cinematic Soulmate to 'Juno' And 'Young Adult' 'Tusk' Is A Bizarre Fever Dream Courtesy Of Kevin Smith 'Unbroken' Has All Of The Ingredients Of A Big Hit, But Still Falls Short
'Under The Skin' Shows A Different Side Of Scarlett Johansson...In More Ways Than One 'Unfinished Business' Is Barely A Movie 'Unfriended' Has A Great Gimmick That Saves It From Horror Mediocrity
'Unfriended: Dark Web' Runs The 'Unfriended" Gimmick Into The Ground 'Unsane' Feels More Like A Rough Draft Than A Finished Movie 'Upgrade' Is Pulpy Sci-Fi Action At Its Very Best
'V/H/S/2' Is A Fantastically Fun Horror Movie 'V/H/S: Viral' Is As Consistently Inconsistent As The First Two 'V/H/S' Movies 'Vacation' Is Paved With Good Intentions But Misses The Destination
'Venus in Fur' - Roman Polanski Makes The Most Of Two Characters And A Room 'Veronica Mars' Gives Fans What They Want By Not Changing A Thing 'Victor Frankenstein' Is Not Your Grandfather's Frankenstein Movie
'Victoria' Injects A Cool Gimmick Into An Average Storyline 'Visitors' Movie Review 'Wakefield' Is Disturbing, Unsettling, Unnerving...And Impossible To Not Watch
'Warcraft' Is High Fantasy And Spectacle For A Very Particular Audience 'We Are Still Here' Provides A Fresh Take On The Old Haunted House Story 'We Are the Best!' Will Put A Smile On The Face Of Even The Most Jaded Punk
'We're The Millers' Is A Hilarious R-Rated Comedy With Unconventional Tastes 'What We Do In The Shadows' Provides More Laughs Than Screams, But Still Has Plenty Of Bite 'While We're Young' - A Coming-Of-Age Film For Those Who Have Already Come-Of-Age
'Whiplash' Is The Most Exciting Band Geek Movie Ever 'White Bird In A Blizzard' Is A Mystery That No One Is Trying To Solve 'White God' - A Movie About A Girl And Her Dog Turns Into A Sea Of Canine Brutality
'Who's Watching Oliver' Is A Dirty, Mean, And Nasty Movie With A Surprisingly Relatable Anti-Hero 'Wiener-Dog' Is A Dog Movie That Is Absolutely Not For Dog Lovers 'Wild Tales' Is A Wildly Entertaining Batch Of Explosive And Volatile Short Films
'Wild' Is A Wildly Unbalanced Journey, But At Least It's Pretty 'Winchester' Is A Fun, Albiet Safe, Haunted House Movie 'Wither' Is An Unashamed 'Evil Dead' Knock-Off, So Just Sit Back And Enjoy It
'Wonder Woman' Is Here To Save The DC Cinematic Universe...Or At Least Get It Some Respect 'Wonderstruck' Doubles Down On The Slowly Unravelling Mysteries 'Words And Pictures' Brings Out The Best In Clive Owen And Juliette Binoche
'X-Men: Apocalypse' Delivers All The Superhero Action That Audiences Crave, And Little Else 'X-Men: Days Of Future Past' Is A First Class Reunion 'You're Next' Is Horrifying And Hilarious, With Twists And Turns Up Until The Final Frame
'Youth' Provides An Abstract And Artistic Dissertation On Aging And, Well, Youth 'Z for Zachariah' Paints A Very Different Picture Of The Post-Apocalypse (500) Days of Summer
10 Years 11-11-11 12 Rounds
127 Hours 127 Hours 17 Again
2012 21 Jump Street 21 and Over
30 Minutes or Less 30 Nights of Paranormal Activity with the Devil Inside the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo 50/50
A Christmas Carol A Clever Combination Of An Alien Invasion Movie And Time Travel Film, '+1' Explores What Happens When People Meet Themselves A Dangerous Method
A Giant Shark And Jason Statham Can't Save 'The Meg' From Mediocrity A Good Day To Die Hard A Good Old Fashioned Orgy
A Little Bit Of Heaven A Nightmare On Elm Street A Perfect Getaway
A Serious Man A Single Man A Stellar Cast Cannot Save The Dull and Goofy 'Transcendence'
A Strong Cast Makes 'Infinitely Polar Bear' The Most Enjoyable Movie About Manic-Depression That You're Ever Going To See A Talented Cast Shines Bright In '20th Century Women' A Thousand Words
A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas A-Team Abduction
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter Act of Valor Adam Green's 'Hatchet III' Is A Fitting End To A Great Trilogy
Admission Adventureland After 27 Years, 'IT' Is Back To Terrorize The Kids Of Derry Once More
Al Pacino Is At His Grumpy Old Best In 'Manglehorn' Alejandro G. Iñárritu's Immersive 'The Revenant' Is The Perfect Combination Of Fact And Fiction Alex Cross
Alexander Payne's 'Downsizing' Is Not The Movie It's Pretending To Be Alice In Wonderland Alice In Wonderland
Aliens in the Attic All About Steve All Good Things
Although Funny At Times, There's Very Little In 'Ride Along' That Hasn't Been Done Before Although It Shows Flashes Of Creepiness, 'Sinister 2' Doesn't Live Up To The Reputation Of Its Predecessor Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked
Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Squeakquel Amelia American Reunion
Amigo An Education An Uplifting And Fun-Filled Musical Arrives With 'The Sapphires'
Anchored By An Emotionally Charged Performance From Casey Affleck, 'Manchester By The Sea' Is A Solid Oscar Contender Anchored By Strong Performances, Asghar Farhadi's 'The Salesman' Earns Its Oscar Nomination Andrew Bujalski Cleans Up His Mumblecore Act With Uneven 'Results'
Angels & Demons Animal Kingdom Anna Karenina (2012)
Anonymous Another Earth Another Happy Day
Another Year Ape-pocalypse Now! 'Kong: Skull Island' Delivers The Monster-Fighting Goods Apollo 18
Arbitrage Argo Armando Iannucci's 'The Death Of Stalin' Makes Political Backstabbing Fun Again
Armored Arthur Arthur Christmas
Artsy And Surreal, 'The Lobster' Is The Most Fascinatingly Weird Comedy Of The Summer As A Movie, 'Touched With Fire' Is Just As Bipolar As Its Characters, But That's A Good Thing As Hard As It Tries, 'The Bye Bye Man' Is Not Going To Be The Next Big Horror Icon
Astro Boy Attack The Block Avatar
Avatar Avatar (3D)
Bad Teacher Bart Got A Room Battle For Terra
Battle: Los Angeles Beastly Beautiful Creatures
Beautifully Shot And Heartbreakingly Authentic, 'The Rider' Falls Victim To Its Cast's Inexperience Bedtime Stories Beginners
Bellflower Ben Wheatley's 'Free Fire' Is Ten Characters, One Warehouse, And A Whole Bunch Of Bullets Benjamin Dickinson Takes Full Creative Control Over 'Creative Control'
Big Miracle Biutiful Black Swan
Black Swan Blindness Blu-ray Review: Sleepwalk With Me
Blue Valentine Boots Riley's 'Sorry To Bother You' Has A Lot To Say...And A Really Weird Way Of Saying It Both Of The Movies In 'Paper Towns' Deliver Plenty Of Heartfelt Adventure
Brad Pitt Tries, But 'World War Z' Is A Very Boring Zombie Apocalypse Brave Bride Flight
Bride Wars Bridesmaids Bright Star
Brighton Rock Broken City Brooklyn's Finest
Brothers Bruno Bryan Bertino's 'The Monster' Explores The Horrors Of Monsters, Both Internal And External
Bryan Cranston Takes The Hollywood Ten From The Blacklist To The Black Market In 'Trumbo' Bucky Larson: Born To Be A Star Bullet to the Head
Buried Burlesque By Going Bigger In Scope, 'London Has Fallen' Loses The Original's Appeal
CGI Destruction Overshadows Weak Narrative Foundation In 'San Andreas' Captain America: The First Avenger Carnage
Cars 2 Cedar Rapids Centurion
Certified Copy Charlie St. Cloud Charlotte Rampling And Tom Courtenay Light Up The Screen In '45 Years'
Chasing Mavericks Cheri Chernobyl Diaries
Chico & Rita Choke Chronicle
Circo Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant City Island
Clash of the Titans Cloud Atlas Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs
Colombiana Come Out and Play Compliance
Conan The Barbarian Confessions of a Shopaholic Confusing And Surreal, 'mother!' Is A Beautiful Mess Of A Movie
Contagion Contraband Conviction
Cop Out Coraline Cormac McCarthy Crafts A Complex Thriller On His Own Terms With 'The Counselor'
Country Strong Couples Retreat Cowboys & Aliens
Crank High Voltage Crazy Heart Crazy, Stupid, Love.
Creation Creature Creepy And Atmospheric, 'The Inhabitants' Keeps The Haunted House Genre Mysterious
Crossing Over
Danny Boyle Plays Mind Games In Noir Throwback 'Trance' Dark Shadows Dark Skies
Darkness Prevails With Every Clichè Warning About Why To Avoid The Internet In 'Disconnect' Date Night Daybreakers
Dead Man Down Dear John Death At A Funeral
Debra Granik's 'Leave No Trace' Is A Survival Story With Layers Declaration of War Defiance
Derek Cianfrance's 'The Place Beyond The Pines' Can't See The Forest For The Trees Despicable Me Despite A Clever Concept, 'Nina Forever' Lacks Bite
Despite All The White Powder, 'White Girl' Is As Bland As White Bread Despite Its Promising Premise, 'The Possession Experiment' Is Just Your Standard, Run-Of-The-Mill Exorcism Movie Destin Cretton's 'Short Term 12' Is A Shining Example Of An Independent Filmmaking Triumph
Detention Diary of a Wimpy Kid Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules
Did You Hear About The Morgans? Dinner For Schmucks Dirty Girl
District 9 Django Unchained Dolphin Tale
Don't Be Afraid of the Dark Don't See 'Friend Request' Alone, But Not Because It's Too Scary Doubt
Down Terrace Dr. Seuss' The Lorax Drag Me To Hell
Dream House Dredd Drive
Drive Angry Due Date Duplicity
Dust Up
Easy Virtue Eat Pray Love Echelon Conspiracy
Edgar Wright's 'Baby Driver' Combines A Hot Soundtrack With Cool Car Chases In The Best Movie Of The Summer (So Far) Edge of Darkness Elena
Eli Roth's 'The Green Inferno' - Despite Its Looks, It's More Than Just A Bite Out Of 'Cannibal Holocaust' End Of Watch Ethan Hawke's 'Blaze' Celebrates The Life And Times - And Music - Of An Unsung Country Hero
Even The Cuteness Of Anna Kendrick and Sam Rockwell Can't Stop 'Mr. Right' From Going Wrong Everybody's Fine Everyone's Favorite Thunder Buddy Is Back In 'Ted 2'
Execution Is The Villain In 'I, Tonya' Extract Extraordinary Measures
Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close
Fame Fast Five Fast and Furious
Faster Father of Invention Father's Day
Fear Not - 'Pete's Dragon' Will Not Ruin Your Childhood Fede Alvarez's 'Don't Breathe' Is An Edge Of Your Seat, Fright-Filled Thrill Ride Fighting
Final Destination 5 Fired Up Five Minutes of Heaven
Five Star Day Flash of Genius Flight
Footloose For Better And For Worse, 'Dunkirk' Immerses Its Audience In The Horrors Of War For Colored Girls
Four Christmases Four Lions Franchise Fatigue Sets In For 'Transformers: Age of Extinction'
Frankenweenie Frankie and Alice Friday The 13th
Friends With Benefits Friends With Kids Fright Night
From Paris With Love Frozen Fueled By An Amazing Cast, 'Dallas Buyers Club' Is The Story Of An Unlikely Hero
Funny People Furry Vengeance
G-Force G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra Gamer
Gangster Squad Gentlemen Broncos Get Him To The Greek
Get Low Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance Ghosts of Girlfriends Past
Gigantic Gnomeo & Juliet Going The Distance
Gone Good Deeds Good Neighbors
Gran Torino Green Lantern Green Zone
Greenberg Greta Gerwig Shines...And Outshines...In 'Maggie's Plan' Grown Ups
Gulliver's Travels Gut Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench
Hall Pass Hall Pass Halloween II
Hanna Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters Happy Feet Two
Happy, Happy Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2 Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One
Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince Haywire He's Just Not That Into You
Here Comes The Boom Hereafter Hitchcock
Hop Hope Springs Horrible Bosses
Horsemen Hot Tub Time Machine Hotel For Dogs
Hotel Transylvania House At The End Of The Street How Do You Know
How To Train Your Dragon Hugo
I Am Number Four I Can Do Bad All By Myself I Don't Know How She Does It
I Hate Valentine's Day I Love You Man I Love You, Beth Cooper
I Melt With You I'm Still Here Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
Identity Thief If You're A Fan Of The Series, 'Fast & Furious 6' Fires On All Cylinders Imaginative Design Can't Save the Dull 'Tomorrowland'
Imagine That Immortals Impressive Visuals In 'R.I.P.D.' Almost Make Up For The Film's Glaring Weaknesses...Almost
In 'Bad Words' Jason Bateman Spells Success With A Filthy Mouth And A Solid Cast In The Loop In Time
Inception Inglourious Basterds Inkheart
Insidious Intruders Invictus
Irene In Time Iron Man 2 It's Been A Long Wait, But 'The Blackcoat's Daughter' Lives Up To The Hype
It's Complicated It's In The Blood It's Like Kevin Spacey Was Never There In 'All The Money In The World'
It's Steven Spielberg vs. The White House In 'The Post'
J. Edgar Jack Reacher Jack The Giant Slayer
Jack and Jill Jake Gyllenhaal Dismantles His Entire Life In 'Demolition' James Franco's Masterpiece 'The Disaster Artist' Is The Spirit Of 'The Room' With Higher Production Values
James Wan Gives The People What They Want - 'Annabelle' Gets Her Own Movie Jane Eyre Jean-Pierre And Luc Dardenne Let Marion Cotillard Shine In 'Two Days, One Night'
Jeff, Who Lives At Home Jennifer's Body Joe Lynch's 'Mayhem' Is The Executive Takedown That Subordinates Can Only Dream About
Joe Swanberg's 'Digging for Fire' Explores Human Emotions While Being About Nothing At All John Boyega's Charisma Can't Save the Muddled 'Pacific Rim: Uprising' John Carney's 'Sing Street' Will Make Every Teenager Want To Form A Irish Pop Band
John Carter John Dies At The End John Krasinski's 'A Quiet Place' Serves Up The Maddeningly Silent Suspense
Jon Favreau Serves Up Wholesome Entertainment With 'Chef' Jonah Hex Jordan Peele's 'Get Out' Is Not The Movie You Think It Is
Journey 2: The Mysterious Island Joyful Noise Jude Law Gives A Career Best Performance In The Very Funny 'Dom Hemingway'
Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer Julianne Moore's Masterful Performance Anchors 'Still Alice,' A Film That Is As Heartfelt As It Is Heartbreaking Julie & Julia
Just Go With It Just When You Really Thought It Was Safe To Go Back In The Water, 'The Shallows' Makes Sharks Scary Again Just Wright
Kick Ass Killer Elite Killers
Killing Them Softly Kings of Pastry Knight and Day
Knowing Kung Fu Panda 2
Lakeview Terrace Land of the Lost Larry Crowne
Last Chance Harvey Law Abiding Citizen Lawless
Le Havre Leap Year Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'Hoole
Legion Lenny Abrahamson's 'The Little Stranger' Sells Supernatural Thrills But Delivers Historical Drama Les Miserables (2012)
Let Me In Letters To Juliet Life As We Know It
Life of Pi Like Crazy Limitless
Lincoln Little Fockers Littlerock
Lockout Looper Love Happens
Love N' Dancing Love and Other Drugs Lovely Molly
Lynne Ramsay Gets Dark Again With 'You Were Never Really Here'
M. Night Shyamalan Is The Name Above The Title, But James McAvoy Steals The Show In 'Split' MacGruber Machine Gun Preacher
Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted Made In Dagenham Madea Goes To Jail
Magic Mike Mama Man On A Ledge
Management Margaret Margin Call
Mark Duplass Puts The Creep In 'Creep' Marley & Me Mars Needs Moms
Martha Marcy May Marlene Marvel Enters The Modern World With 'Black Panther' Meek's Cutoff
Megamind Melancholia Men In Black 3
Mesrine: Killer Instinct Mesrine: Public Enemy #1 Michael Bay's 'Pain & Gain' Is All Brawn And No Brain
Micmacs Midnight In Paris Miral
Mirror Mirror Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol Modern Action Movies Have Passed 'Jason Bourne' By
Moneyball Monogamy Monsters
Monsters vs. Aliens Moon Moonrise Kingdom
Morning Glory Movie 43 Mozart's Sister
Mr. Popper's Penguins My Best Friend's Girl' My Bloody Valentine 3-D
My Life In Ruins My One And Only My Sister's Keeper
My Week With Marilyn
Nacho Vigalondo's 'Colossal' Bends Genre With Giant Monsters And Anne Hathaway Nanny McPhee Returns Natalie Portman Shines In 'Jackie' - A First-Hand Account Of The Collapse Of Camelot
Natural Selection Never Let Me Go New In Town
New Year's Eve Night Catches Us Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian
Nights In Rodanthe Nine No Amount Of Ninjas Or Channing Tatum Could Save 'G.I. Joe: Retaliation'
No Strings Attached Not Even Alexander Skarsgard's Abs Can Save The Dismal 'The Legend Of Tarzan' Not Even Matthew McConaughey And Idris Elba Can Save 'The Dark Tower' From Itself
Not Even The Wonderful Performances Of Benedict Cumberbatch and Daniel Bruhl Can Save 'The Fifth Estate' From Boring Mediocrity Not Fade Away Nothing In 'Murder On The Orient Express' Is As Epic As Hercule Poirot's Moustache
Observe and Report Obsessed Old Dogs
Olympus Has Fallen One Day One For The Money
Orphan Our Family Wedding Our Idiot Brother
Oz The Great and Powerful
POM Wonderful Presents: The Greatest Movie Ever Sold Page One: Inside the New York Times Pandorum
Paper Man ParaNorman Paranormal Activity
Paranormal Activity 2 Paranormal Activity 3 Paranormal Activity 4
Parental Guidance Parker Part Stoner Comedy, Part Slasher Flick, 'Halloweed' Doesn't Play Either Role Very Convincingly
Paul Paul Blart: Mall Cop Paul Schrader's 'First Reformed' Explores...And Exposes...The Struggle Between Science And Religion
Paul Verhoeven's 'Elle' Is An Overindulgent Vehicle For A Remarkable Isabelle Huppert Performance Pedro Almodóvar Does His Best Hitchcock Impression With 'Julieta' Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief
Phantom Pirate Radio Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides
Planet 51 Playing For Keeps Point Blank
Ponyo Post Grad Potiche
Powerful And Disturbing, 'Son of Saul' Shows The Humanity - And The Inhumanity - Of The Holocaust Precious Predators
Premium Rush Priest Prince of Persia, The Sands of Time
Progress And Nostalgia Clash in 'From Up On Poppy Hill' Project Nim Project X
Prom Prometheus Promised Land
Public Enemies Push Puss In Boots
Quartet Quentin Tarantino's 'The Hateful Eight' Is Part Western, Part Mystery, And All Awesome
RED Rabbit Hole Race To Witch Mountain
Racism Takes Center Stage Over The Legend Jackie Robinson in '42' Rango Real Steel
Red Dawn (2012) Red Lights Red Riding Hood
Red Tails Remember Me Repo Men
Resident Evil: Afterlife Resident Evil: Retribution Restless
Rio Rise of the Planet of the Apes Roadie
Rob Zombie Breaks Out Of His Zone Without Completely Abandoning His Style With 'The Lords of Salem' Robert Redford Drifts Aimlessly in 'All Is Lost'' Robert Redford's 'The Company You Keep' Is The Adult Drama Your Parents Want To Watch
Robert Rodriguez Is Up To His Fantastically Retro Grindhouse Tricks Again With 'Machete Kills' Robin Hood Rock of Ages
Roland Emmerich Betrays His Favorite Landmark In 'White House Down' Roland Emmerich Completely Misses The Real Story In 'Stonewall' Rubber
Run And Hide From 'Run, Hide, Die'
Safe Safe Haven Safe House
Salmon Fishing In The Yemen Salt Samuel Maoz's 'Foxtrot' Is A Mixed Bag Of Cinematic Emotions
Sanctum Savages Saw VI
Saw VII Scary Movie 5 Science Fiction Fans Looking For Solid Action Will Find It In 'Oblivion'
Scott Pilgrim vs. the World Scream 4 Season of the Witch
Seeking a Friend for the End of the World Senna Serious Moonlight
Seven Psychopaths Sex and the City Sex and the City 2
Shame Shark Night 3D She's Out Of My League
Sherlock Holmes Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows Shorts
Shrek Forever After Shrink Shutter Island
Side Effects Silent House Silent Night (2012)
Silver Linings Playbook Simple And Powerful, 'Krisha' Will Strike A Chord - With The Right Audience Sinister
Sister (L'enfant d'en haut) Sister (L'enfant d'en haut) Skyline
Sleeping Beauty Slumdog Millionaire Snitch
Snow White and The Huntsman Sofia Coppola's 'The Beguiled' Plays With Loyalty, Emotion...And Genre Something Borrowed
Somewhere Sorority Row Soul Kitchen
Sound Of My Voice Sound of Noise Source Code
Spike Jonze's 'Her' Presents The Beauty Of Love Through Technology Spike Lee Gives 'Oldboy' The American Treatment, Keeping The Violence While Adding Suspense Spike Lee's 'BlacKkKlansman' Is The Visionary Filmmaker's Best Movie In Years...And His Most Important
Splice Spring Breakers Stand Up Guys
Star Trek State of Play Stephanie Meyer Does For Aliens What She Did To Vampires: Makes Them Boring, In 'The Host'
Stoker Stone Storage 24
Straw Dogs Subliminally Spooky, 'Demon' Is A Very Different Kind Of Possession-And-Exorcism Movie Sucker Punch
Sunshine Cleaning Super 8 Surrogates
Take Me Home Tonight Take Shelter Take This Waltz
Taken Taken 2 Taking Woodstock
Tangled Ted Terminator Salvation
Terrence Malick Out-Malicks Himself In 'To The Wonder' Terri Texas Chainsaw 3D
Texas Killing Fields Thanks To A Brilliant Timothée Chalamet Performance, 'Call Me by Your Name' Lives Up To Its Hype That's My Boy
The ABCs Of Death The Adjustment Bureau The Adventures of Tintin
The Amazing Spider-Man The American The Americanization Of 'Martyrs' Takes Away Most Of Its Bite
The Answer Man The Apparition The Art Of Getting By
The Artist The Avengers The Back-Up Plan
The Bay The Beaver The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel
The Big Year The Blind Side The Book of Eli
The Boondock Saints II: All Saints Day The Bounty Hunter The Bourne Legacy
The Box The Brothers Bloom The Burning Plain
The Cabin In The Woods The Call The Campaign
The Change-Up The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader The Company Men
The Crazies The Croods The Cute Characters In 'Christopher Robin' Can't Help The Movie Hit Its Mark
The Dark Knight Rises The Dark Knight Rises The Darkest Hour
The Debt The Deep Blue Sea The Descendants
The Devil Inside The Devil's Double The Dictator
The Dilemma The Eagle The Edge of Love
The Expendables The Expendables 2 The Fantastic Mr. Fox
The Fantastic Mr. Fox The Fighter The Final Destination
The Finely Drawn 'Stuck In Love' Displays The Tragedy, Comedy, And Promise Of Enduring Love The Forgiveness of Blood The Fourth Kind
The Future The Ghost Writer The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo The Glass Slipper Still Fits In 'Cinderella' The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard
The Great Buck Howard The Green Hornet The Grey
The Guilt Trip The Hangover The Hangover Part II
The Haunting In Connecticut The Help The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
The Horror Hype Train Was Right: 'Hereditary' Lives Up To Its Festival Buzz The Human Centipede II (Full Sequence) The Hunger Games
The Hurt Locker The Ides of March The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus
The Incredible Burt Wonderstone The Informant The Informers
The International The Invention of Lying The Iron Lady
The Joneses The Karate Kid The Kids Are All Right
The King's Speech The Lady The Last Airbender
The Last Exorcism The Last Exorcism Part II The Last House On The Left
The Last Song The Light Between Oceans Is High Drama With Top-Tier Acting The Lincoln Lawyer
The Losers The Lovely Bones The Master
The Mechanic The Men Who Stare At Goats The Messenger
The Muppets (2011) The Mysteries of Pittsburgh The Myth of the American Sleepover
The Names Of Love The Next Three Days The Odd Life of Timothy Green
The Open Road The Other Guys The Outstanding 'Coco' Is An Instant Classic That Can't Be Missed
The Perfect Family The Perks of Being a Wallflower The Pieces Of 'Puzzle' Fit Together A Little Too Neatly
The Pink Panther 2 The Pirates! Band of Misfits The Possession
The Princess and the Frog The Private Lives of Pippa Lee The Proposal
The Raid: Redemption The Raven The Rite
The Road The Road The Rum Diary
The Runaways The Secret World of Arrietty The Sessions
The Sitter The Skin I Live In The Smurfs
The Social Network The Soloist The Sorcerer's Apprentice
The Spy Next Door The Stepfather The Switch
The Taking of Pelham 123 The Tempest The Test: An Unexpected xml error!
The Theatre Bizarre The Thing The Three Musketeers 3D (2011)
The Three Stooges (2012) The Tillman Story The Time Traveler's Wife
The Tooth Fairy The Tourist The Town
The Tree of Life The Trouble With Bliss The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part One The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn, Part Two The Twilight Saga: New Moon
The Twilight Saga: New Moon The Two Escobars The Ugly Truth
The Unborn The Uninvited The Visual Beauty of 'The Duke Of Burgundy' More Than Makes Up For Its Lack Of Plot
The Vow The Ward The Warriors Way
The Watch The White Ribbon The Whole Of 'The Danish Girl' Is Less Than The Sum Of Its Parts
The Wolfman The Woman In Black The Women
The Women On The 6th Floor The World Needs More Movies Like 'Love, Simon' The Young Victoria
There's Not Much To Fear Within The Darkness Of 'Lights Out' There's Nothing To Root For In 'The Bronze' This Is 40
This Means War Thor Ti West's 'The Sacrament' Explores The Evil Of Cult Living Through Found Footage
Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy Tiny Furniture
Toast Total Recall (2012) Tower Heist
Toy Story 3 Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen Transformers: Dark of the Moon
Transporter 3 Trespass Tron: Legacy
Trouble With The Curve True Grit Try As He Might, Tom Sizemore Can't Even Save '5 Hour Friends'
Tucker & Dale vs. Evil Two Lovers
Underworld: Rise of the Lycans Underworld: Awakening Unknown
Unstoppable Up Up In The Air
V/H/S Valentine's Day Valhalla Rising
Valkyrie Viva Riva!
W.E. Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps Wanderlust
War Horse Warm Bodies Warrior
Water For Elephants We Bought A Zoo We Need To Talk About Kevin
Welcome to the Rileys Werner Herzog's 'Salt and Fire' Is As Dry As, Well, Salt And Fire Wes Anderson Is Back To His Old Quirky Tricks With The Charming 'Isle Of Dogs'
What A Twist! M. Night Shyamalan Gets Back To Basics With 'The Visit' What To Expect When You're Expecting What's Your Number?
When In Rome Where The Wild Things Are Whip It
Whiteout Why Did I Get Married Too? Wide Open and Brutally Honest, 'James White' Packs An Emotional Punch
Wild Target Win Win Winnie The Pooh
Winter's Bone With 'Digging Up The Marrow,' Adam Green Makes A "Good" Found Footage Movie With A Bret Easton Ellis Screenplay, 'The Curse of Downers Grove' Isn't Your Typical Teen Slasher Movie
Without All The Film School Padding, 'Shortwave' Would Be, Well, Short Wonderful World Woody Allen Is At It Again With 'Irrational Man' - A Murder Mystery That's Already Been Solved
Woody Allen's 'Wonder Wheel' Just Spins And Spins Without Going Anywhere World's Greatest Dad Wrath of the Titans
Wreck-It Ralph
X-Men Origins: Wolverine X-Men: First Class
Year One Yogi Bear You Will Meet A Tall Dark Stranger
Young Goethe In Love Your Highness Youth In Revolt
Zero Dark Thirty Zombieland Zookeeper