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The conceit behind Unfriended isn't too bad, it's the execution and inevitable and rather dull filmmaking that turns it into a dud.
If quality was determined solely by a film's premise, True Story would tower over its peers, but alas this true crime yarn eventually comes unspooled.
It's not often I feel a movie is a complete waste of time, but Monsters: Dark Continent is a numbing experience without purpose. It's a half-baked war film, marketed and masquerading as a monster movie.
Unless for some strange and sad reason you are a Nicholas Sparks completionist, there is no reason to see the saccharine, boring romance that is The Longest Ride.
I'll do my best to review Don Hertzfeldt's latest short film, World of Tomorrow, a fascinating exploration of life, death, memories and the future all in only 16 minutes and 30 seconds.
Ex Machina is a sci-fi film that will be heralded by cinephiles for years to come, exploring a fear of the singularity that has come to dominate the genre.
Kirby Dick's The Hunting Ground follows in the footsteps of his previous film The Invisible War, shedding an important light on the horrors of college rape in an effective, if not particularly graceful, piece of advocacy.
I could do without the self-seriousness, but overall Furious 7 is a wildly fun ride as it has earned its ridiculousness over the course of seven films in 15 years.
As a visual and aural piece of cinema, Backcountry is quite effective, but too much time is dedicated to superfluous scenes that only cause the story to drag rather than be as engaging as the filmmaking itself.
Noah Baumbach's While We're Young explores a cross-section of cultures as the old and young come together and it's a movie I simply could not connect with and only got progressively annoyed.