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Starred Up is absolutely one of the best films of 2014 with a star-turning performance from Jack O'Connell, star of Angelina Jolie's upcoming WWII feature Unbroken.
Frank is a self-described "quirky comedy" and it will hit home with the right audience, just not me.
If Eva Green's breasts and a lot of punching and glass breaking is all you need to see a movie then Sin City: A Dame to Kill For is for you, just don't expect much else.
The Trip to Italy takes Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon on another foodie tour, this time around the Italian landscape and the end result is even better than the first.
Make no mistake, The Expendables 3 is a fun film and decent time in the theater, but it's marred by its PG-13 rating and is in serious need of an editor.
Into the Storm is a terrible film wherein the characters aren't actually the actors, but instead the cameras as this half-assed, made for TV movie somehow slipped through the cracks and onto the big screen.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is in no way offensively bad, it's simply a movie best left for young children rather than appealing to any sense of nostalgia for one-time fans and adult audiences.
Many are calling Calvary a dark comedy, I didn't laugh once as this film dealing with the loss of faith, innocence, hope etc. rattled me more than I ever could have expected.
Guardians of the Galaxy has an audience, that audience just isn't me. I was bored early and remained so throughout, at least whenever the focus was taken off the sentient tree and his talking raccoon buddy.
Get On Up is solid as a James Brown biopic, though not without its faults, but Chadwick Boseman proves he's a star as he brings the Godfather of Soul to life in big and wonderful ways.