‘Man on a Ledge’ is a lazy, hopelessly generic heist thriller that will be forgotten even before the final credits start to roll.
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Stephen Daldry’s latest effort is jam-packed with emotion and sentimentality, but fails to turn it into compelling melodrama.
‘The Darkest Hour’ is so besotted with terrible filmmaking that you will keel over either from sheer boredom or uncontrollable laughter.
Asghar Farhadi’s ‘A Separation’ is a well acted, meticulously written, and stunningly orchestrated film that is at once beautifully subdued and emotionally potent.
‘We Bought a Zoo’ occasionally gets it right, but it’s still a far cry from much of Cameron Crowe’s older, defter work.
There are plenty of reasons to avoid The Sitter like the plague, but a select few may nonetheless find something to enjoy in David Gordon Green’s dumb and formulaic comedy.
With Muppet Fever running rampant this fall, the delightful Being Elmo is yet another film worthy of your time.
Casey C reviews the most banned and censored film of all time. Watch the movie and read the review at your own risk.
Werner Herzog’s trademark style as a nonfiction filmmaker is still intact, albeit with relative restraint. The resulting film is one of his more effective projects in recent memory.
Maintaining an eye for details big and small, ‘Weekend’ is a deeply felt and refreshingly truthful romance with great performances and a beautiful script.
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