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    A phenomenally intense documentary about the lengths one man will go for an Oscar.
  • 25
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    An amazingly cast, and wonderfully scripted film for movie buffs and "historians" alike.
  • 19
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    A truly interesting character study that doesn't focus enough on the details of the game.
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    A decent, albeit slow true story.
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    Apollo 13 - Tom Hanks + Matt Damon - dramatic tension = The Martian.
  • 12
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    The title says it all. A disturbingly believable movie you won't want to watch alone.
  • 67
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    A tense film that keeps you on the edge of the seat, only for you to reel back in shock.
  • 24
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    A call-back to a better generation of horror, Krampus delivers something akin to Gremlins.
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    Afraid to stand on its own two feet, the Force Awakens reminds us of a better movie.
  • 74
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    The most refreshing and entertaining movie of the year. Guy Ritchie is back on top!
  • 58
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    Spike Lee took a squat, dropped trou, and physically pooped on the original.
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    The Princess Bride is better than Game of Thrones.
  • 4
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    Worth a watch for the outstanding makeup effects alone. Very scary.
  • 82
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    Wow. Very dinosaur. Much plot. This movie is terribly disappointing.
  • 70
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    I would rather be water boarded than watch this movie again.
  • 96
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    This Marvel flick is pretty dang fun but insults the audience with a cut and paste plot.
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    Extremely predictable but well acted. What more can you say? A decent punching movie.
  • 16
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    A fun little thriller, not much to it. Great soundtrack and some solid scenes though.
  • 49
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    Tomm Moore is the Miyazaki of Celtic animation. A true joy to experience.
  • 10
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    Sadly glosses over its central mystery with some nonsensical exposition and keeps going.
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    Methodically paced and brilliantly acted, Ex Machina keeps you guessing til the very end.
  • 105
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    Fury Road is a pedal to the metal Mad Max for a new generation of action movie fans.
  • 68
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    An interesting premise that is lost in its terrible pacing and overly preachy plot.
  • 1
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    A taut mystery thriller whose corny reveal ruins its hope for success. Still not terrible.
  • 118
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    Bigger and better than the first, essentially Avengers +. Spader as Ultron = Amazing.
  • 105
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    Gives spy flicks the same treatment Kickass gave the superhero genre. A bloody good time.
  • 36
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    I've probably seen weirder movies, but not many come to mind.
  • 38
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    A breath of fresh air, this unique film poses some pretty deep questions.
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    A thoroughly imaginative film that makes film history fun again.
  • 121
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    John Wick's amazing buildup ends up disappointing the audience. Still a solid action film.