Logan Lucky is a hillbilly heist movie that spends most of it time tricking you into thinking that it's much dumber than it is. However, the surprise of its intelligence is mitigated by reliance on heist movie tropes. 7820
With a living soundtrack and slick choreographed action, Baby Driver is a much better movie than it's silly name would suggest. It's been one of the most refreshing, enjoyable movies I've seen this year. 7723
Even though Brie Larson gets top billing, Sharlto Copley and Armie Hammer shine in this indie shoot-em-up.
Adapting this Japanese cyber-punk classic may have been too tall a task, but they definitely gave it a good shot.
Director Denis Villeneuve presents a movie plays like an almost surreal folk story.
Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart take their crack at the buddy-spy-comedy.
Jonah Hill and Miles Teller excel in this buddy crime drama that has an unfortunately mediocre plot, despite being based on an surprising true story.
It feels weird to call a movie a "modern day Hunger Games" because that series is still relatively recent, but that's definitely what this is. Nerve is what the Hunger Games would be like if we had them in the current day instead of waiting for the future for it to happen. Instead of fighting to maintain the social order, people are putting their lives at risk to compete for social media notoriety.
Jodie Foster directs the comfortable on screen duo of George Clooney and Julia Roberts in a hostage movie that advertises itself as being about how the 1% is getting away with stealing from the 99%.
Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe team up for a delightful 70's mystery.