“We Are Your Friends” is a complete mess of plot, character and structure that directorial style could not mask.
“The Man from U.N.C.L.E.” takes an interesting premise with enjoyable characters who have fun with all of the scenarios into which they can find themselves thrown.
“Love & Mercy” is a well-crafted biopic that presents an honest yet captivating portrayal of a man who is one of popular music’s most revered figures.
“Inside Out” is a visually stunning experience that paints a vivid picture of the human mind while simultaneously delivering a concentrated dose of splendor and excitement that is powerfully moving and entertaining.
Filled with just the right amount of riveting suspense and nonstop action, “Jurassic World” proves that dinosaurs are just as riveting and entertaining as ever.
An easily forgettable blend of cliches and stereotypes, “San Andreas” is a ludicrous feature film that completely misses the mark and fails to redeem itself.
Brilliant and sumptuous, “Far from the Madding Crowd” is raw with emotion and does not hold back, offering a new perspective on what it means to fall in love.
“Mad Max” delivers a concentrated, two-hour dose of blood, flames and explosions that is thrilling, satisfying and most importantly, outrageously entertaining.
Despite attempts to stand out from, but stay true to, its predecessor, “Pitch Perfect 2” gets lost in its oversaturated plotline and fails to live up to the success of the original.
A refreshing and rarely explored theme in “The Longest Ride” allows the audience to enjoy a classic Nicholas Sparks romance but without a cliche, expected ending.
The incorporation of magic in “Merchants of Doubt” makes its discussion of environmental issues more appealing and understandable to any viewer.