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Birdman is a film that's truly alive, bristling with anxiety, irony, satire and dark humor. Michael Keaton gives a knock-out performance as does the entire supporting cast in a film unlike any you've seen for quite some time, if ever.
Young Ones is a well executed drama held up by a quartet of very strong performances, including Michael Shannon and Nicholas Hoult, though its story is a bit thin.
The werewolf movie, starring Lucas Till and Jason Mamoa, is dull, uninventive, and bluntly stupid, making it one of the worst films I have seen this year.
Fury is wildly intense and loaded with fantastic performances, but it will leave you scratching your head thematically if you choose to look too deep into its meaning.
The Judge is a rather sloppy and formulaic melodrama made tolerable thanks to performances from Robert Downey Jr. and Robert Duvall.
Whiplash boasts two stand-out performances from Miles Teller and J.K. Simmons in a movie that is sure to make your heart beat faster.
The sci-fi thriller, starring Antonio Banderas, treads on such familiar territory, both thematically and in its story, that not even great practical effects can save it.
I admire Kill the Messenger greatly for its old school approach to storytelling, setting out to tell the story of Gary Webb and his important mid-'90s investigative reporting, but it's also a film that ends up hitting just wide of its mark.
The easy joke to make is Dracula Untold should have remained untold, but now that it's here all I can suggest is that it remains unseen.
A film that had disaster written all over it, and not just in its title, is actually mildly amusing, mainly thanks to a likable cast including Steve Carell.