Latest 4.5 star movies

  • ‘Snowpiercer’ Review

    ‘Snowpiercer’ Review

    All in all, Snowpiercer is definitive proof that there is a growing market for moderately-budgeted blockbuster films – that is, if you approach things from a global market perspective.

    (125) by Kofi Outlaw
  • ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’ Review

    ‘How to Train Your Dragon 2’ Review

    How to Train Your Dragon 2 is the rare sequel that improves upon its predecessor in nearly every single way imaginable.

    (22) by Ben Kendrick
  • ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ Review

    ‘X-Men: Days of Future Past’ Review

    X-Men: Days of Future Past succeeds at being a thrilling and fun superhero movie, balanced by well-earned dramatic weight.

    (197) by Kofi Outlaw
  • ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ Review

    ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ Review

    Having the Wes Anderson meter cranked up to 10 in Grand Budapest Hotel makes the movie a wondrous celebration of everything that the filmmaker stands for and holds dear to his heart.

    (13) by Sandy Schaefer
  • ‘The LEGO Movie’ Review

    ‘The LEGO Movie’ Review

    The LEGO Movie is a fun adventure with heart and originality that everyone (regardless of age) should experience in full, big-screen 3D grandeur.

    (78) by Kofi Outlaw
  • ‘American Hustle’ Review

    ‘American Hustle’ Review

    Russell is far more interested in character than plot development, and that allows American Hustle to offer a real crowd-pleasing experience – one with profound social commentary.

    (37) by Sandy Schaefer
  • ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ Review

    ‘Inside Llewyn Davis’ Review

    If you’ve ever, for a second, envisioned a career pursuing your creative interests (or worse, if you’ve actually taken that plunge), then the film will touch something deep and important inside you.

    (8) by Kofi Outlaw
  • ‘Nebraska’ Review

    ‘Nebraska’ Review

    Payne’s film (taken as a whole) is really an elegant work of storytelling, which manages to make a thoughtful statement about the current demographic of older Americans.

    (4) by Sandy Schaefer
  • ‘Captain Phillips’ Review

    ‘Captain Phillips’ Review

    Greengrass and Hanks succeed in Captain Phillips with an astute and exciting action-thriller/biopic.

    (30) by Ben Kendrick
  • ‘Prisoners’ Review

    ‘Prisoners’ Review

    Thriller and drama enthusiasts should find plenty of powerful performances and rich story material to make Prisoners an exhilarating and penetrating theater experience.

    (91) by Ben Kendrick
  • ‘The Conjuring’ Review

    ‘The Conjuring’ Review

    The Conjuring is a very satisfying horror movie outing, but when it’s done – beyond the trauma of a freaky moviegoing experience – there is little to ponder or reflect upon.

    (71) by Kofi Outlaw
  • ‘Jurassic Park 3D’ Review

    ‘Jurassic Park 3D’ Review

    With Jurassic Park 3D, Spielberg will once again make audiences believe (if only for a second) that dinosaurs can still rule the Earth – or at least the box office.

    (37) by Ben Kendrick
  • ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Review

    ‘Zero Dark Thirty’ Review

    It’s easy to name ZDT as one of the best films of 2012.

    (71) by Kofi Outlaw
  • ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ Review

    ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ Review

    Silver Linings Playbook paves a highly entertaining road to recovery for its characters, which you will be glad you helped sponsor.

    (24) by Kofi Outlaw
  • ‘Cloud Atlas’ Review

    ‘Cloud Atlas’ Review

    This is a unique blockbuster experience and is the type of bold choice in filmmaking that (in my opinion) deserves to be applauded

    (116) by Kofi Outlaw
  • ‘Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1’ Review

    ‘Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1’ Review

    The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 is a must-buy for any Batman fan – including those who swear by the comic version of the story.

    (110) by Kofi Outlaw
  • ‘The Master’ Review

    ‘The Master’ Review

    The Master may seem like a movie of more questions and suggestions than answers and clarity, but the sheer beauty of its composition and the intensity of its central performances are enough.

    (29) by Kofi Outlaw
  • ‘Finding Nemo 3D’ Review

    ‘Finding Nemo 3D’ Review

    Finding Nemo 3D is another example of post-conversion done right and, paired with the especially humorous Partysaurus Rex short, is well worth another trip to your local box office.

    (21) by Ben Kendrick
  • ‘Prometheus’ Review

    ‘Prometheus’ Review

    Regardless of the connections to the Alien universe, Ridley Scott’s Prometheus is a welcome return to form for the director.

    (391) by Ben Kendrick
  • ‘The Avengers’ Review

    ‘The Avengers’ Review

    The few drawbacks and criticisms aren’t enough to stop The Avengers from delivering a fun and satisfying time at the movies.

    (268) by Kofi Outlaw
  • ‘Marley’ Review

    ‘Marley’ Review

    Marley paints a portrait of the famed musician in such a way that few films before it have been able to.

    (16) by Kofi Outlaw
  • ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ Review

    ‘The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo’ Review

    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo will deliver a compelling ride for die-hard fans of the book series, dramatic thriller enthusiasts, as well as anyone who enjoys Fincher’s darker works.

    (96) by Ben Kendrick
  • ‘Shame’ Review

    ‘Shame’ Review

    For movie fans who are willing to buckle up, there’s no doubt that McQueen delivers an experience that simultaneously offers beautiful filmmaking and a welcome punch to the gut.

    (32) by Ben Kendrick
  • ‘The Muppets’ Review

    ‘The Muppets’ Review

    Segel and company have managed to produce a Muppet film that not only lives up to the franchise legacy, but for some fans, might just end up being one of their all-time favorite adventures.

    (49) by Ben Kendrick
  • ‘Martha Marcy May Marlene’ Review

    ‘Martha Marcy May Marlene’ Review

    Anyone who is interested in a subtle, yet challenging, character drama with stand-out performances and some truly beautiful camerawork, the film is sure to deliver a thought-provoking time

    (4) by Ben Kendrick