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How can a film get its tone so wrong? 'Everly' is so bad, it's shocking. Despite the surefire Salma Hayek playing the lead in this shoot-em-up, 'Everly' misses the barn door by a mile.
A fresh approach that avoids the usual genre trappings, Keanu Reeves revenge flick 'John Wick' is as good as it gets.
'Good Kill' is an intelligent meditation on the horrors of war viewed from a cold distance. Ethan Hawke is brilliant.
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A sports drama more interested in the sportsmen than the sport, 'Foxcatcher' engages its audience quietly. Robbed of a gold: A remarkable Channing Tatum.
John Mackenzie's savage 'The Long Good Friday' is what so many British crime films try to be like but fail to live up to. A true classic.
This generation's 'All About Eve', Alejandro González Iñárritu's Oscar sweeping 'Birdman' soars from intriguing start to sensational finish.
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Adorned with flashes of brilliance and lashes of excess, 'Satyricon' represents a post '8½' and 'La Dolce Vita' Fellini on typically indulgent and inspiring form.
It's no 'A Fish Called Wanda' but there's enough giggles and star power to ensure 'Fierce Creatures' doesn't sink.
An inspired performance from Bill Murray as legendary writer Hunter S Thompson keeps 'Where the Buffalo Roam' suitably wild.
John Carpenter's retelling of 'Village of the Damned' is as silly as it is unconvincing. No scares or atmosphere here but an easy B-movie style watch with an interesting cast.
Sean Connery's bravest performance and director Sidney Lumet's rawest film, 'The Offence' is a cinematic vice that grips you from start to finish.
A brilliant zombie horror rooted in the real world, Wes Craven's 'The Serpent and the Rainbow' is an underrated and blackly funny pleasure.
Take it for what it is - one of the very finest (and most easy-going) blaxploitation pictures with a pre 'Jackie Brown' Pam Grier at her best. 'Coffy' is a classic cinematic pick-me-up.
Drenched in macabre atmosphere and sexual longing, Mario Bava's 'Blood and Black Lace' is a definitive giallo.
'Indian Summers' is an enjoyably exotic romp populated by interesting characters worthy of your time.
You will not see a more beautifully put together film all year. Kar Wai Wong's 'The Grandmaster' is astonishingly immersive entertainment.
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An admirable powder keg crime thriller bolstered by a great Tom Hardy and a nuanced final performance from James Gandolfini.
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