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To no real surprise, Fading Gigolo is an enjoyable, unassuming little film that feels like something of a bizzaro world Woody Allen film by way of John Turturro.
Transcendence may run into plenty of narrative issues, but the ideas behind that narrative are endlessly fascinating.
The Railway Man is another traditionally told period piece, but the elegant nature in which it's told and performed elevates this story of revenge, retribution and reconciliation to heightened levels.
David Gordon Green's Joe is another white trash weeper with similar narrative notes akin to Mud and the tonal darkness of Winter's Bone that ultimately finds success in the performances of Nicolas Cage and Tye Sheridan.
Draft Day is a ridiculously misguided movie that doesn't know anything about the NFL and tries to hide the fact with a soapy domestic love story.
Oculus is a passing diversion that should satisfy its target audience, but if your eyes are rolling at the thought of a haunted mirror movie, maybe just stay home.
Tom Hiddleston and Tilda Swinton are centuries old vampire lovers coming together in Only Lovers Left Alive and writer/director Jim Jarumusch allows their history-filled lives tell an entertaining story of a culture closing in on itself.
Captain America: The Winter Soldier is really nothing more than another Marvel movie, but at least it's a competent one.
Noah is impressive and respectful of its source material, seeking to answer the unanswered questions, though the end result doesn't leave us with much more than we walked in with.
If Divergent offers the level of quality we are aiming to offer the young adult, target audience then there's little else we can do to save the taste of those that consider this good, because it is just about as bad as it gets.