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As far as being a biopic, Straight Outta Compton goes a bit light on its portrayal of West Coast gangsta rap pioneers N.W.A. That said, come for the music, memories and strong social message, but don't expect a deep exploration.
Mistress America is one of the sharpest and most accomplished movies Noah Baumbach's made yet, aided wonderfully again by his partner-in-crime Greta Gerwig.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. almost flips the spy genre on its head with great performances from Henry Cavill and Elizabeth Debicki and a tone so tongue-in-cheek it's almost sincere.
Cop Car features some of the most expertly crafted, tension-building sequences of the year, yet it features characters so paper-thin it is difficult to care about their plight.
With the caliber of people in front of and behind the camera, you want Ricki and the Flash to be better than it is, but as it stands, it's a rather bland, mediocre crowdpleaser.
Fantastic Four is a truly terrible movie that's a zero on the entertainment level. No one is having fun, not the characters and certainly not the audience.
Shaun the Sheep Movie is as wild as it is warm and welcoming. Although, when it comes to earning Aardman Animations' signature level of wit and charm, it's a little more, ahem, baa-shful.
There are sure to be arguments when it comes to The End of the Tour and if its muse, the iconic David Foster Wallace, would have ever agreed to its being made, the fact of the matter is the end result is well worth the watch.
As a massive fan of the Mission franchise and its star that may affect how you interpret my opinion, but just know Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation is one hell of a spectacular addition to an excellent blockbuster franchise.
The Vacation reboot, remake, sequel is a film targeting a 13-and-under audience, an audience wholly unaware the original even exists, but at the very least it may have enough poop references for them to get a few laughs.