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Reviews

Title Year Rating Rank Review
Boyhood20141001(full review)
Guardians of the Galaxy2014852(full review)
I Believe in Unicorns2014803(full review) - Marking the feature film debut of writer/director Leah Meyerhoff, I Believe in Unicorns is an evocative and richly layered film that calls to mind the likes of Badlands and Thirteen, telling the complex coming of age story of a young girl in small-town America desperate to escape the bleak realities of her life.
In Order of Disappearance2014803(full review)
Snowpiercer2013803(full review)
The Inbetweeners 22014803(full review)
The Skeleton Twins2014803(full review) - On paper, writer/director Craig Johnson's sophomore film The Skeleton Twins is another effort from the Sundance school of downbeat, American-indie dramedies that centres on depressed white people struggling to grow up. But while it does have an air of indie cliché about it, this is a relaxed, sensitive and insightful film that's enlivened by two fantastic lead performances.
X-Men: Days of Future Past2014803(full review) - After his X-Men and X2 helped kickstart the superhero movie boom back in the early 2000's, director Bryan Singer has returned to the franchise that has had its ups and downs since his departure. Directors have come and gone and multiple sequels and prequels have muddied the waters of continuity, leaving the series in the tricky spot of having to decide what to do with the original cast, as well as the younger versions introduced in Matthew Vaughn's prequel/reboot X-Men: First Class.
A Most Wanted Man2014609(full review)
Begin Again2014609(full review)
Intruders2014609(full review) - After a very promising start and an intriguing twist halfway, Korean curio Intruders ends on a twist that's so resolutely local, it might make very little sense to Western audiences.
Hector and the Search for Happiness20142012(full review)






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