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Lucy calls to mind any number of ideas addressed in other films, but in typical Luc Besson fashion, he puts action and entertainment first allowing for bigger ideas to coexist within a fun, mindless actioner.
Woody Allen's new film, Magic in the Moonlight, delivers a solid opening two-thirds with great performances from Colin Firth and Emma Stone, but falters in the end.
The Purge: Anarchy is, to put it bluntly, just stupid and the level of thought put into it is minimal at best.
Sex Tape, starring Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel, is a movie that's not entirely unfunny, but seeing it is entirely unnecessary.
Werner Herzog's Heart of Glass is an existential look at a Bavarian village in a state of despair is saying something, but I'm not sure what and I don't really care.
The Raid 2 is a dramatic step up from the first film as writer/director Gareth Evans shows he definitely has a mind for great action as well as a patience for story and an intriguing directorial style.
Land of Silence and Darkness is a film I have a very hard time looking at from a critical approach as I can certainly feel the power of the images Herzog presents, but I have a hard time coming to any real conclusion.
Dawn of the Planet of the Apes is well made, acted and yet again a technological marvel, but it's entirely inconsequential, predictable and nothing more than a footnote in this larger saga.
Richard Linklater's Boyhood is not so much "about" one singular boy as much as it's about us all, to the point I think everyone will find a little piece of themselves in this movie and that's the piece you'll hold most dear.
Life Itself is something of a feature length In Memoriam to Roger Ebert, started five months before he passed away and completed in loving memory of the man that inspired many.