Recently added or updated. (Note: I’m still getting caught up from the 2016 end-of-year awards screening flurry; those entries’ll be fleshed out in due time.)
Boundless heart, superb work from Ramirez, and true excellence in casting.
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One never forgets it’s computer-generated… and it doesn’t matter.
Could have been deeply insightful but bites off far more than it can chew – however Sam Elliott is incredibly good!
Hands down one of 2015’s best, and of its genre’s as well.
Uneven but unforgettable.
The perfect trifecta with Margin Call and Arbitrage.
A solid, old-school thriller – and if this is Gibson’s first move toward amends, I’m open.
I must confess to becoming misty on two occasions.
A sweet and brilliant look at coming into one’s own. Stayed on my heart for weeks.
An edgy mashup of Ghostbusters and X-Men: Apocalypse.
A masterful exploration of the nearly invisible forces that drive us.
Behold, a post-doc Summa Cum Laude degree in Cinema Therapy.
Matt Damon is back, but Jason Bourne is covering the same old ground.
Finishes stronger than it deserves to, but the script makes for an annoying chore in getting there.
Matt Ross is a god.
Blake Lively a 3Roller™? It may just be…
It’s not often we meet an apparently insurmountable foe, but here we have it.
Its power will dissipate immediately, but it’s exceptionally creepy in its moment.