Yes. It isn’t vintage Mann by any means, but if you want a decent, gritty cyber-thriller, it’ll do.
Yes. This period piece may have benefited from less time jumping and more historical detail, but as is it’s still a fascinating look at an important moment in history.
No. This Stephen Hawking biopic spends too much time focusing on the specifics of succumbing to ALS and not enough on what he achieved despite it.
Yes. Current events lend even more relevancy to this incredibly powerful film that depicts the righteous actions of Dr. King and those that stood with him.
Yes. This ‘yes’ is predicated upon Cooper’s amazingly nuanced performance and all of the homefront storytelling… the rest of the film could have used some tweaking.
Yes. Reese Witherspoon is astounding in this evocative drama about a woman hiking over a thousand miles to contemplate and restart her life.
Yes. Carell has been getting all the attention, yet it’s Tatum and Ruffalo that really sell this fascinating (but somewhat flawed) dramatization.
Yes. Wahlberg’s performance and the film’s distinct style pulled me in to the point where I held my breath every single time a card was dealt.
No. I cannot in good conscience recommend a movie that spends half of its running time spinning its wheels.
No. This film is much more successful at being a fascinating cultural milestone than being, you know, an actually funny movie.
Yes. This Australian thriller takes the age-old ‘haunted house’ concept and impressively adds new depth to some old tropes.
Yes. Easily one of the best films of the year, this music drama is so well executed and so captivating that it doesn’t even feel like a “movie.”