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No surprise here, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 is a story stretched beyond its limit, a two hour movie with maybe an hour of worthwhile content. We'll have to wait until Part 2 to see if it was all worth it.
There is no pinning Foxcatcher down and easily setting the stage for people to see it. It's simply a film you must experience for yourself and a movie that will remain with you for days after seeing it.
Dumb and Dumber To is the unfortunate, twenty-years-too-late sequel that can't do anything more than remake the first one with both Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels looking tired and worn out.
The latest feature from Studio Ghibli and director Isao Takahata is undeniably beautiful to look at, but the thin story is stretched to two hours and seventeen minutes, making the watch very difficult.
The Theory of Everything is a good film that will likely result in cheers from most audiences with two superb performances from Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones as they bring a dramatized story of the lives of Stephen and Jane Hawking to the big screen.
First time feature director Jennifer Kent has created a fascinating pscyhological horror in The Babadook, a film that's more intriguing for its exploration of love, loss, grief and muting of our inner demons than it is for the titular monster.
Christopher Nolan is one of our most ambitious blockbuster filmmakers, and while Interstellar may be something of a mixed bag it offers more than enough to chew on for its 169-minute running time.
The debut film from Terrence Malick editor A.J. Edwards does way more than just homage his mentor to the point of complete mimicry, even taking from him film's greatest sin: being immensely boring.
Big Hero 6 hits all the right notes and all the right story beats on a path to a perfectly calculated animated movie you feel you've seen 100 times before. This isn't to say it's bad, just entirely familiar and therefore 100% mediocre.
Wickedly satirical, darkly humorous and featuring an outstanding performance from Jake Gyllenhaal, Nightcrawler takes advantage of that old saying, "If it bleeds, it leads".