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The DUFF

The DUFF

The DUFF    20 Feb 2015

PG-13 101 minReleased

6.5
IMDB: 6.5/10 57,175 votes

For three seasons on “Arrested Development,” Mae Whitman was drabbed down and good-naturedly played Ann Veal/Her/Bland aka George Michael Bluth’s dull, unattractive girlfriend. And so, when it comes to “The DUFF” — an acronym for Designated Ugly Fat Friend — choosing Whitman for the lead role fits in the weird space between obvious and ridiculous. It’s obvious and reflexive if your only impression of the actress is from her days on the cult comedy, and ridiculous if you believe that ...

Entourage

Entourage

Entourage    03 Jun 2015

R 104 minReleased

6.6
IMDB: 6.6/10 64,225 votes

Despite things being nicely wrapped up at the end of its final season, Entourage returns for a big screen excursion. Althought it became more almost cult-like outside of the States, it was nonetheless a huge hit domestically for premium American cabler HBO and a film had long been mooted. Fans of the series will be more than happy to find that this is pretty much an extended episode, with a barrage of blink-and-you'll-miss-them cameos. That said, the spark that was so ...

Poltergeist

Poltergeist

Poltergeist    22 May 2015

PG-13 93 minReleased

5.0
IMDB: 5.0/10 45,582 votes

This remake of Steven Spielberg’s Poltergeist (1982) sees a jobless couple and their three children move into a new home that fits their budget. Griffin, their ten-year-old son, lives in the attic, where he experiences frequent nightmares and finds frightening clowns in the closet. To make things worse, he also finds his younger sister Madison talking to mysterious objects through the TV in the middle of the night. “They’re here,” she claims ominously. His parents disregard his nervousness and their ...

Southpaw

Southpaw

Southpaw    24 Jul 2015

R 124 minReleased

7.4
IMDB: 7.4/10 167,095 votes

In this age of caped crusaders, billion dollar blockbusters, unnecessary sequels and batches of re-hashed remakes; it’s very rare to see a human story come out of Hollywood unless it’s Oscar time. Not only is it rare to see a human story, but a new and original one at that. Director Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, The Equalizer) presents a bold and bruising story about one man’s fall from heaven and rise from hell. Although Southpaw presents a compelling story and ...

The Gallows

The Gallows

The Gallows    10 Jul 2015

R 81 minReleased

4.2
IMDB: 4.2/10 15,272 votes

I watch a lot of horror, mostly because horror has a significant effect on me. Even in bad horror films, I get weird connections with the characters, my mind speculating things that the movie doesn’t even cover, as if it’s actively working against me to make things scarier. Good horror films (The Ring, The Descent, The Orphanage etc.) are great because they provide a good balance of on-screen horrors and enough left unsolved to allow you to take the creepy ...

Paper Towns

Paper Towns

Paper Towns    24 Jul 2015

PG-13 109 minReleased

6.4
IMDB: 6.4/10 71,099 votes

Quentin Jacobsen is a high school senior preparing to graduate. While his friends, Ben and Radar, think about partying, prom dates and sex, Quentin pines for his beautiful, elusive neighbor Margo Roth Spiegelman. As kids, Quentin and Margo were friends who shared the traumatic experience of finding a dead man in the park. As they grew older, Margo became popular while Quentin hung out with kids in band who weren't popular. Late one night, a few weeks before graduation, Margo appears ...

Dope

Dope

Dope    19 Jun 2015

R 103 minReleased

7.3
IMDB: 7.3/10 64,900 votes

In 1999, Rick Famuyiwa made one of my favorite movies The Wood, which humorously depicted the life of three black teenagers growing up in Inglewood, California. I loved the movie because it was an original African American romantic comedy. It helped me understand grabbing a girl’s butt meant you would probably have to fight her older brother Stacey once the school day ended. The obsession with getting girl’s numbers and betting on who will have sex first was an entertaining ...

Max

Max

Max    26 Jun 2015

PG 111 minReleased

6.8
IMDB: 6.8/10 21,155 votes

CHICAGO – From Rin-Tin-Tin to Lassie to Benji, American movie goers have loved the heroic dog. As the film “Max” throws its leash into the ring, the expectation was a dull family drama just about Max the dog himself. What a surprise to learn it was also a poignant meditation on people. And those people had to heal. What begins in a middle class Texas town, where a young man from there is serving in Afghanistan, ends with his family coming ...

Self/less

Self/less

Self/less    10 Jul 2015

PG-13 117 minReleased

6.5
IMDB: 6.5/10 66,684 votes

I’m sure most guys – whether they like to admit it or not – would jump at the chance to swap bodies with Ryan Reynolds. As proven in the past several years, the strapping and versatile leading man is built enough to fight off action movie foes, charm rom-com starlets, and still manage to show off some dramatic chops. In the body-swapping sci-fi thriller Self/Less, he gets to remind us that he’s still got plenty of leading man DNA in him. However, ...

No Escape

No Escape

No Escape    26 Aug 2015

R 103 minReleased

6.8
IMDB: 6.8/10 57,102 votes

There’s a lot of tension, and a lot of just plain silliness, in the thriller “No Escape,” and your enjoyment will depend on how much you can focus on the former and ignore the hokum. The plot’s elementary, even for this sort of film — an American family abroad tries to elude hordes of murderous rebels — but the action sequences are stomach-tightening. Otherwise, the film has an air of clumsiness that detracts from our enjoying the spectacle of Owen Wilson ...

The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

The Man from U.N.C.L.E.

The Man from U.N.C.L.E.    14 Aug 2015

PG-13 116 minReleased

7.3
IMDB: 7.3/10 199,841 votes

Guy Ritchie’s take on retro-pop espionage flicks, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. did not have a very good opening weekend, landing in third place behind the surprisingly (TRIUMPHANTLY) strong Straight Outta Compton and Tom Cruise’s take on retro-pop espionage flicks, Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation. It seems when given a choice between period-set retro-pop espionage and modern-set retro-pop espionage, audiences prefer the contemporary flavor. Or you could just assume they prefer better movies, because M:I5 is better in every category except ...

We Are Your Friends

We Are Your Friends

We Are Your Friends    28 Aug 2015

R 96 minReleased

6.1
IMDB: 6.1/10 25,117 votes

“We Are Your Friends” is the latest and possibly final summer-themed movie of the year before we transition into autumn. Set in present day San Fernando Valley, Cole Carter (Zac Efron) is an aspiring DJ dividing his time with his childhood friends between promoting clubs and profiting from real estate schemes. With no escape from his dead end path in life in sight, Cole soon falls under the tutelage of James (Wes Bentley), an older, more successful DJ and is forced ...

American Ultra

American Ultra

American Ultra    21 Aug 2015

R 96 minReleased

6.1
IMDB: 6.1/10 63,023 votes

It’s Bourne Identity meets Universal Soldier meets The Equalizer, the Denzel Washington version, but with a protagonist who’s a pothead. The problem though is that writer Max Landis on the one hand celebrates and satiates in the kind of violence and militaristic over-reach that he on the other hand criticizes and condemns. The character that represents the heart of the film hits a contradiction, and director Nima Nourizadeh seems to want to be cool and comical rather than stick with a ...

Hitman: Agent 47

Hitman: Agent 47

Hitman: Agent 47    21 Aug 2015

R 96 minReleased

5.7
IMDB: 5.7/10 69,717 votes

"Hitman: Agent 47" is the sequel of the 2007 film of a similar name. With a new cast and a story which doesn't seem to rely on the first film, "Agent 47" dives into new ground which hits its target at some points, but is way off at others. Rupert Friend is the newest actor to dive into Agent 47's shoes and he pulls off the character nicely. The very distant personality which he exhibits as 47 works nicely against the ...

The Transporter Refueled

The Transporter Refueled

The Transporter Refueled    04 Sep 2015

PG-13 96 minReleased

5.1
IMDB: 5.1/10 30,207 votes

The Transporter Refueled, fourth in the Transporter series and no sign of Jason Statham anywhere, just hit theaters today. Touted as a reboot of a franchise I didn’t think many people cared about, this movie isn’t just boring… it’s also woefully sexist and out-of-date. “But Giaco,” you may be squealing, “I don’t go to action movies to engage in social discourse.” Okay, I get that, but you went to Mad Max: Fury Road, and you had a good time there, ...

Pan

Pan

Pan    09 Oct 2015

PG 111 minReleased

5.8
IMDB: 5.8/10 47,315 votes

There are a handful of moments in director Joe Wright’s prequel take on the “Peter Pan” story that are absolutely terrifying. One is when Hugh Jackman appears on screen as the child-kidnapping pirate Blackbeard and starts singing Nirvana for no apparent reason. Another is when a poorly composed CGI skeleton emu starts stumbling and squawking toward the camera. But the most frightening moment comes at the very end, when the filmmakers tease that “Pan” is intended to have a follow-up film that ...

By the Sea

By the Sea

By the Sea    09 Dec 2015

R 122 minReleased

5.2
IMDB: 5.2/10 11,592 votes

In 2007 superstars Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie teamed up (in a movie sense and real life sense) for the box office smash Mr and Mrs Smith, the fun if highly forgettable Doug Liman actioner that would’ve spawned many a studio planning session on how and when they could team up the A list couple again for box office gold. It’s highly unlikely any in attendance of these sessions would’ve predicted that this film would’ve wound up being 2015 stinker ...

Sinister 2

Sinister 2

Sinister 2    21 Aug 2015

R 97 minReleased

5.3
IMDB: 5.3/10 30,752 votes

The first Sinister, directed by Scott Derrickson (The Exorcism of Emily Rose) and written by both Derrickson and C. Robert Cargill, won both praise and box office receipts to land itself as a surprise hit in 2012 that actually deserved its success. Derrickson and Cargill’s film played around with many familiar horror tropes while weaving them into the tale of the creepy creature Bughuul and his cult’s snuff films that add a grimy and unsettling vibe to the search for ...

Everest

Everest

Everest    25 Sep 2015

PG-13 121 minReleased

7.1
IMDB: 7.1/10 152,569 votes

This film tries to document the heart-stopping journey of two different expeditions to the peak of the Everest with their mettle sorely tested by unimaginable, harsh conditions. The two are inching their way to the summit when they are hit by one of the fiercest snowstorms ever encountered by mankind and have to pit their skills against nature to carve a route to survival and success. The climbers have to face impossible odds en route to achieve their ambition — ...

Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension

Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension

Paranormal Activity: The Ghost Dimension    23 Oct 2015

R 88 minReleased

4.6
IMDB: 4.6/10 17,981 votes

Oren Peli used his unique found-horror-footage franchise to garner rich dividends over the years. The fourth and fifth installments had lost most of their sting and the box-office too had scaled down its takings quite dramatically. So this franchise finale (hopefully) was to be expected. At least to lend closure to the urban cult myth that the films propagated. While Peli himself comes aboard merely as co-producer and consultant (a trend that he set after the first few franchise outings), ...

The Walk

The Walk

The Walk    09 Oct 2015

PG 123 minReleased

7.4
IMDB: 7.4/10 90,883 votes

“The Walk” is based on the true story of a young French high wire walker who made his dream of crossing between the rooftops of the North and South buildings of New York’s World Trade Center (in 1974), at the time, the world’s tallest buildings, a reality. But this film is so much more than just that event alone. The story of Philippe Petit (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) begins when, at age eight, he sneaks into a circus and becomes immediately captivated by ...

Sicario

Sicario

Sicario    02 Oct 2015

R 121 minReleased

7.6
IMDB: 7.6/10 240,167 votes

Making a film with fine performances, adept direction, first-rate photography and a doltish screenplay is like starting a rock band with no drummer. The result may yield satisfying, even memorable moments. But every time you try to build momentum, the project falls apart. Take “Sicario.” A Mexican drug cartel identifies FBI agent Kate Macer (Emily Blunt) and sends a corrupt cop (Jon Bernthal) to torture her to learn what she knows, then kill her. He goes to a bar where she ...

Solace

Solace

Solace    16 Dec 2016

R 101 minReleased

6.4
IMDB: 6.4/10 34,895 votes

After almost two years in the vaults, Portuguese director Afonso Poyart’s English language debut is finally seeing the light of day and, though by no means original or particularly clever, Solace is undeniably enjoyable. At one point intended to be a sequel to David Fincher’s Se7en, Solace starts out as a fairly typical crime thriller. Agents Joe Merriweather and Katherine Cowels are met with an apparently unsolvable string of murders: no evidence, all killed painlessly with no apparent links between them. ...

Legend

Legend

Legend    20 Nov 2015

R 132 minReleased

7.0
IMDB: 7.0/10 106,814 votes

Frankenstein Meets The Wolf Man. King Kong Vs. Godzilla. Alien Vs. Predator. Filmmakers have always been excited by the clashing of titans, and now more than ever: Marvel regularly pits superheroes against nemeses boasting identikit powers; skyscraper robots tussle cliff-face monsters in Pacific Rim; and the tentpole movie of 2016, Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice, promises an epic smackdown. But it really doesn’t get any bigger, or scarier, than Tom Hardy vs Tom Hardy. This is the enticing prospect offered by ...

The Last Witch Hunter

The Last Witch Hunter

The Last Witch Hunter    23 Oct 2015

PG-13 106 minReleased

6.0
IMDB: 6.0/10 69,953 votes

The Last Witch Hunter is a disappointment, but not terribly so. There are entertaining elements, just not enough to make the film worth recommending. The visual effects and the overall occult storyline had promise. But as in most things, it's the execution of the idea that falls flat. The acting, particularly from lead Vin Diesel, is poor. His characters are all the same to me. I half expected a muscle car to tear through a scene with Dom from the ...

Suffragette

Suffragette

Suffragette    12 Oct 2015

PG-13 106 minReleased

6.9
IMDB: 6.9/10 26,639 votes

Suffragette takes a complex political movement and distills it into a single avatar. That is its greatest strength, and its greatest weakness. Stretches of the film are involving, and screenwriter Abi Morgan uncannily puts us in the mindset of her heroine. But Morgan’s screenplay also adheres to a strict formula, which favors broad melodrama instead of a broader historical context. Director Sarah Gavron stubbornly keeps the action from one character’s point of view, so some sequences are clunky when they ...

Rock the Kasbah

Rock the Kasbah

Rock the Kasbah    23 Oct 2015

R 106 minReleased

5.5
IMDB: 5.5/10 7,361 votes

Bill Murray plays Richie Lanz, a washed up music manager that has been promising his assistant Roonie (Zooey Deschanel) for years that he will make her into the next music superstar. One night while watching Roonie perform at a local bar in the Valley, Richie meets one of her fans who just so happens to be in charge of programing for USO shows. Seizing the opportunity while making some money in the process, Richie books Roonie on the next USO ...

Criminal Activities

Criminal Activities

Criminal Activities    20 Nov 2015

N/A 94 minReleased

5.8
IMDB: 5.8/10 6,252 votes

Criminal Activities starts at a funeral. There, stock broker Zach (Michael Pitt) runs into his old high school buddies Noah (Dan Stevens), Warren (Christopher Abbott) and Bryce (Rob Brown). Noah clues them in on a possible moneymaking opportunity involving insider knowledge on a pharmaceutical company on the verge of a breakthrough. The four agree to put up two hundred thousand dollars in total to get in on the scheme. And then that company goes other, leaving everyone in the lurch. ...

Knight of Cups

Knight of Cups

Knight of Cups    04 Mar 2016

R 118 minReleased

5.7
IMDB: 5.7/10 16,790 votes

Knight Of Cups opens with a proverb about a prince who travels to a far-off land in search of a pearl, only to be drugged and find his memory erased. A more perfect analogy for Knight Of Cups you couldn’t wish for. Terrence Malick’s Hollywood tale is a frustratingly fleeting experience, a sleepwalk through Tinseltown that beguiles you with its visual artistry but leaves only the faintest of impressions when the curtain falls. Broken into chapters named after Tarot cards, it ...

Regression

Regression

Regression    02 Oct 2015

R 106 minReleased

5.7
IMDB: 5.7/10 25,343 votes

I find the concept of Satanism fascinating, not because I’m really that interested in Satan, but I like seeing the rift between what the mainstream media thinks Satanism is and what it actually is. Of course, sensationalism sells and to sell a religion that supposedly goes against the grain of Christianity, of course evil is going to pull through. In the ’80s and early ’90s, the concept of “Satanic Ritual Abuse,” a.k.a. SRA, pervaded American televisions, sending parents into a ...

Macbeth

Macbeth

Macbeth    11 Dec 2015

R 113 minReleased

6.7
IMDB: 6.7/10 40,572 votes

Generally, with William Shakespeare film adaptations there are two ways to approach critical analysis, either by how well it adapts the Bard’s play or how well it recontextualizes it. In both departments, Justin Kurzel‘s Macbeth actually both succeeds and falls on its sword. Its a fluid, breathless, and visually stunning film, but it’s also extremely hollow and strips too much from Shakespeare’s play. This is a lean and mean adaptation that skips over the sections of Shakespeare’s play that depicted ...

Miss You Already

Miss You Already

Miss You Already    25 Sep 2015

PG-13 112 minReleased

6.8
IMDB: 6.8/10 11,308 votes

Last week, our own Cecilia Ford wrote about the encouraging upswing in movies with strong female protagonists. This season has already featured women in historical drama, action adventure, comedies, indies and science fiction. The latest addition to this impressive roster is a gal-pal teer-jerker, and I have to admit it looked good on paper. Best friends support each other from childhood, through marriage, life and death; good actresses in the lead roles; a trendy London locale. It must have seemed ...

Crimson Peak

Crimson Peak

Crimson Peak    16 Oct 2015

R 119 minReleased

6.6
IMDB: 6.6/10 95,622 votes

New in theaters, Guillermo del Toro film Crimson Peak is definitely more of a gothic-romance than an actual horror movie. Taking place in New York in the 20th century, the movie tells a story about a girl named Edith who, at a young age, has an encounter with a ghost closely related to her who warns her about Crimson Peak. At a later age, Edith finds herself in the middle of her worst nightmare all because she fell in love ...

Our Brand Is Crisis

Our Brand Is Crisis

Our Brand Is Crisis    30 Oct 2015

R 107 minReleased

6.1
IMDB: 6.1/10 15,131 votes

When trying to rally the troops, political strategist Jane Bodine (Sandra Bullock) is just as likely to quote Machiavelli as Warren Beatty. Whatever gets the point across is fine with the woman who comes out of retirement and seclusion to join the campaign for an unpopular presidential candidate in Bolivia in the satirical “Our Brand Is Crisis.” She hopes to elect him — is being paid to do just that — but really wants to crush the smug American political consultant ...

Trumbo

Trumbo

Trumbo    27 Nov 2015

R 124 minReleased

7.5
IMDB: 7.5/10 56,684 votes

I had the opportunity recently to go to an advanced screening of Trumbo, a new movie starring Bryan Cranston as Dalton Trumbo, a screenwriter who was blacklisted for being a part of the communist party. Trumbo tells a great story about a time in American history when people were punished for thinking a certain way, and it does a great job in explaining why Dalton Trumbo and other members of the infamous Hollywood Ten were wronged. The film opens with an ...