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The Lazarus Effect is yet another "back from the dead" thriller of the variety you've seen several times before and other than a notable cast, there isn't much to discuss.
Focus is glossy and manufactured to the point it's as fake as the characters it's attempting to portray.
Everly is a hard-R actioner with a gun-toting Salma Hayek delivering bullets, blood and hydrochloric acid, but not much else.
My Life Directed by Nicolas Winding Refn reaffirms our need for more filmmakers like Refn, a unique filmmaker whose desire for anything but safe films is much needed in this cinematic day and age.
Abderrahmane Sissako's Timbuktu is a stunning piece of cinema that will challenge your sense of morality and empathy.
If only we could use a time machine to erase the bad movies from our memory, Hot Tub Time Machine 2 would be one of the movies I'd add to the list of films I'd prefer to forget.
McFarland, USA, the latest entry into Disney's long line of underdog sports movies, is just about as by the book as you could get, making for something rather boring to watch.
The Duke of Burgundy is a true piece of cinematic art, a tense drama, drenched in as much romance as it is love and anxiety.
The filmed adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey is cinematic sewage dressed up to be anything but, and once the flies start buzzing you're reminded of what you stepped in.
Kingsman: The Secret Service is an homage to James Bond camp for today's ADD audience that's mostly a fun and energetic ride.