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The Hunger Games : Mockingjay Part 1
17 Nov
2014

The Hunger Games : Mockingjay Part 1 »

"Starship Troopers" by way of "Wag the Dog", the futuristic political-heavy yarn definitely holds attention

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The Lookalike
15 Nov
2014
Written by Robyn Candyce

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90

Had me laughing just as much as it had me on the edge of my seat

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Dumb & Dumber To
13 Nov
2014
Written by Mike Smith

Dumb & Dumber To »

Buoyed by the performances of Carrey and Daniels, who appear to have not lost a beat since their last time together.

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Open Windows
29 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Open Windows »

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385

''Open Windows'' has the makings to be a new kind of movie, and it's certainly one we've never seen before.

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Nightcrawler
29 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Nightcrawler »

Cinema
208

This film is actually a very insightful study into characterisation, and not in a good way

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Interstellar
29 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Interstellar »

Cinema
222

''Interstellar'' is visually, conceptually, narratively and creatively brilliant

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The Best of Me
25 Oct
2014

The Best of Me »

Just as the castaways on ''Lost'' weren't meant to get off the island, moviegoers aren't mean to view Nicholas Sparks' movies through critical eyes.

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St. Vincent
25 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

St. Vincent »

Murray is the rock in the middle of an ocean, every other performer crashing up against him while he sits

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Birdman
23 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Birdman »

Told with such a singular sense of style and verve thanks to Alejandro González Iñárritu

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Camp X-Ray
18 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Camp X-Ray »

Cinema
258

The script doesn’t give Stewart a whole lot of range, but she plays the buttoned down soldier well

Whiplash
18 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Whiplash »

It’s a rollercoaster, a tour de force and for the first time in a long time, as close to perfect as movies come.

Fury
17 Oct
2014
Written by Mike Smith

Fury »

Cinema
182

Part “Das Boat” with a bit of “Platoon” tossed in for good measure

The Judge
10 Oct
2014

The Judge »

Cinema
157

A throwback to the swag of family-at-odds dramas that flooded the theaters in the early ’80s.

Two Night Stand
10 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Two Night Stand »

Cinema
153

Katherine Heigl and her cutesy sweet rom-com tone are nowhere to be found

Automata
10 Oct
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Automata »

Cinema
69

It does a less successful job answering its own questions

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Annabelle
3 Oct
2014
Written by Matt Ford

Annabelle »

Cinema
478

Offers nothing truly original to the genre and is very much a paint-by-numbers horror film

Gone Girl
3 Oct
2014

Gone Girl »

Cinema
92

Expect to be Scott Howard at the 0:09 mark of “Teen Wolf” for the duration.

Pride
29 Sep
2014
Written by Drew Turney

Pride »

Cinema
60

A heartstring tugger that wears its warm and fuzzy credentials very much on its sleeve.

The Equalizer
26 Sep
2014
Written by Mike Smith

The Equalizer »

Cinema
106

Sharply directed, and bloody as hell, “The Equalizer” returns Washington to “Training Day” territory

Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case
24 Sep
2014
Written by Mike Smith

Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case »

Cinema
132

A couple of years ago the film “Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry” gave many their first look at the man often referred to as the most influential artist in the world

This is where I leave you
23 Sep
2014
Written by Mike Smith

This is where I leave you »

Cinema
99

I hope you take the opportunity to spend some time with the Altman family

The Maze Runner
23 Sep
2014
Written by Drew Turney

The Maze Runner »

Cinema
33

”To start with, so much about it seems to be trying to brand-associate with ”The Hunger Games””

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