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A Walk Among the Tombstones has its highs and lows, resulting in an entertaining, new school noir that overextends itself, resulting in a mixed bag in the end.
Kevin Smith's Tusk is a movie I respect, but didn't enjoy as Smith has embarked on a new chapter in his career as a filmmaker, but he needs to leave the dumb and unfunny humor behind.
Reese Witherspoon is wonderful in Wild, a truly inspiring movie, filling you with a thirst to experience life to the fullest.
Jon Stewart's Rosewater is an interesting, mildly entertaining, though relatively safe look at four months in the life of imprisoned journalist Maziar Bahari.
There is no pinning Foxcatcher down and easily setting the stage for people to see it. It's simply a film you must experience for yourself and a movie that will remain with you for days after seeing it.
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.
The Imitation Game is an outstanding look at the life of mathematician and cryptanalyst Alan Turing with what may be Benedict Cumberbatch's best performance to date.
I could have guessed [REC] 4: Apocalypse would be terrible, but I was in the mood for horror and decided to give it a shot... my fault.
The Theory of Everything is a good film that will likely result in cheers from most audiences with two superb performances from Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones as they bring a dramatized story of the lives of Stephen and Jane Hawking to the big screen.
Adam Wingard delivers a delightfully twisted and comically dark tale with The Guest, completed with the perfect casting of Dan Stevens as the titular guest who may or may not be the best thing to come into the Peterson's life.