A largely well-made, strongly acted and enjoyable enough war film, undone by some seriously half-hearted writing.
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For a movie on an extreme sport like parkour, Tracers is seriously lacking the extreme part, focusing rather on angsty love and Lautner’s muscles. Read More »
An attempt to invoke the noir-esque grit of comic book films and anime, Kite is a mediocre thrill-ride of laughable violence. Read More »
The Imitation Game might take many creative liberties in its portrayal of Alan Turing and his breaking of the Enigma code, but it does not deter from a brilliant piece of filmmaking and performance. Read More »
Terribly made and wasting a promising setting steeped in Egyptian mythology, The Pyramid is wretched even by today's substandard horror movie levels. Read More »
Maps to the Stars will leave you scratching your head wondering what the hell you just watched and why?! Read More »
Al Pacino bristles with comic energy and wit in Barry Levinson's The Humbling. Read More »
Barbie stars as Kara, a modern-day princess with an everyday life. Read More »
Although the film is filled with action, suspense and unexpected events, expect to watch the same timeline as in Taken 1 and Taken 2 unfold. Read More »
Marred by a weak script and a sense of the overly familiar, Unbroken isn't a bad movie but it's clearly not the great work that its makers obviously hoped it to be.
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Divisive and polemical, Pride is also a must-see, near-perfect "feel good" movie. Read More »
Audacious, challenging, idiosyncratic and simply exceptional in every way, as if there weren't enough reasons to see Birdman, it also happens to feature the past year's best lead male performance. Read More »
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