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  • 56
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    Gyllenhall, Shannon, and Johnson are a trifecta of acting perfection. Real and believable.
  • 66
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    A great film that pays direct tribute to the musicals of yesteryear. If that's your thing.
  • 51
    99
    15
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    A long buildup to a very satisfying battle. Gibson is back.
  • 52
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    33
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    A great comic book movie, but on the knife's edge of transcending to good movie.
  • 32
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    13
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    A thoroughly enjoyable bite sized hero's journey. Delivers on both the comedy and drama.
  • 26
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    This film ramps the tension up to 11 and doesn't come down until the credits roll.
  • 35
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    The most edge of your seat, punk rock thrill ride you're likely to see this year.
  • 51
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    5
    reviewed it
    Just your standard low budget werewolf home invasion movie; exactly what you'd expect.
  • 24
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    A surprisingly good horror flick whose ending is unfortunately telegraphed far too early.
  • 56
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    A phenomenally animated film brimming with charm and personality.
  • 22
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    Beautiful and bright animation but is dragged down by a muddy plot.
  • 114
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    reviewed it
    Villeneuve delivers once again. A grounded, and beautiful film that keeps you guessing.
  • 6
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    1
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    A run of the mill western by Ti West shows all the more why he should stick to horror.
  • 38
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    10
    reviewed it
    An excellent script, dynamic acting, and scenery add a beautiful realism to this film.
  • 27
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    5
    reviewed it
    Not exactly your standard Park Chan-Wook fare, but extremely well made nonetheless.
  • 78
    186
    34
    reviewed it
    Visually stunning, but not much else. Truly psychedelic with a standard comic book plot.
  • 16
    23
    5
    reviewed it
    An 80s Saturday morning cartoon with glorious R rated levels of blood. Very fun.
  • 47
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    27
    reviewed it
    A taut thriller with a fantastically believable cast but a seemingly tacked on ending.
  • 3
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    reviewed it
    Accomplishes exactly what it sets out to do. True to their 5 Second Films roots.
  • 71
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    reviewed it
    A bizarre, absurdist black comedy that works on so many levels. Original and masterful.
  • 11
    10
    7
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    Can't decide what it wants to be and ends up all the more muddled because of it.
  • 74
    67
    18
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    A decent, yet muddled movie with some highlights, but very few payoffs. Not Coen's best.
  • 49
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    19
    reviewed it
    Extremely moody. It all comes together to culminate in a disturbingly believable story.
  • 66
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    Wow. Beautifully done and masterfully acted. A very human and emotional film.
  • 67
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    56
    reviewed it
    It's no Citizen Kane but it does what it set out to do. A great action comedy.
  • 101
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    Chappie the character is amazing, Chappie the movie is a bit of a mess. Fun regardless.
  • 88
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    Disney's Osmosis Jones. Undeniably emotional, yet falls flat elsewhere.
  • 109
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    Tarantino's worst yet. This Western Reservoir Dogs drags on and on to a terrible climax.
  • 15
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    Surprisingly well shot, especially considering how piss poor the rest of the movie was.
  • 87
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    Funny, poignant, sad. But The Big Short can't decide if it's a documentary or a movie.