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June 2014
The Fault in Our Stars is No Garden-Variety Tearjerker

As sad and heartbreaking as it all is, this unordinary romance explores love, mortality and the meaning of life in such a memorable way.

 
Edge of Tomorrow Belongs on the Must-See List

Visceral and intelligent high-concept thrill-ride rigorously earns the accolade: "If you see only one movie this summer, see this."

May 2014
The Western Deserves to Live, Not A Million Ways to Die

Mel Brooks has nothing to worry about: Blazing Saddles this is not. In fact, the laughs are in short-supply and mostly the gross kind.

 
Jolie is Scary Good in Maleficent

For a PG film, it's potentially nightmarish for youngsters. Others will find the acting, themes, and new twist on an old tale enjoyable.

 
Days of Future Past a Solid Seventh Entry in the X-Men Franchise

Catch up with the previous films or you'll be lost, but with Singer back in the director's chair, this is a fun, funny, fast-paced romp.

 
Blended Stirred by Chemistry in Leading Roles

Sandler and Barrymore just pair well. Their third movie is a series of mostly funny fish-out-of-water moments that make a memorable film.

 
Strong Cast, Socio-Political Issues Make This Belle Resonate

An intriguing real life pre-Victorian social justice legal drama… by way of Jane Austen.

 
Million Dollar Arm is Predictable, but Pleasant

Based on a true story, Million Dollar Arm is a heartwarming (and completely predictable) underdog story.

 
Godzilla: Loud, Grim, and Doubly Dim

Thematically and visually dark and characterized by joylessness, this reboot manages to take the popcorn out of summer blockbusters.

 
Hungry for a Good Movie? Try Chef

If you’re a foodie in need of a funny movie, then this warm-hearted winner is the movie for you.

May 2014
God's Pocket Not the Most Pleasant Place to Be

God’s Pocket is dark and sometimes—but not always—darkly amusing. Nevertheless, it is a film we watch at some remove.

 
Laughs and Truth Awkwardly Co-Mingle in Mom's Night Out

Directors Jon and Andrew Erwin give faith-based humor with social and spiritual relevance their best shot and get two out of three right.

 
Legends of Oz: Dorothy Shoulda Stayed in Kansas

Begins with some of the most charming opening credits you've ever seen... and it's pretty much all downhill from there.

 
Neighbors Deftly Duplicates Apatow's 'Conservatively Crass' Formula

Family gives frat boys comeuppance: it may not be the movie you want your kids to see, but it's got a message you want them to hear.

 
Irreplaceable Will Surprise You with Its Journey to Grace

Nuanced and intelligent, it rises gracefully above much of what has come before in this one-night-only event form of Christian media.

 
Ragamuffin Introduces Us to the Real Rich Mullins, and to God's Love

Short on budget and famous actors, but undeniable authenticity in the storytelling helps set it apart from many other faith-based films.

 
Andrew Garfield is Electric in The Amazing Spider-Man 2

Light years ahead of its predecessor, boasting spectacular special effects (every scene gets more eye-popping) and quality storytelling.

 
Amazing Grace Writer Shows Directing Mettle with Locke

Steven Knight proves himself a fine director, and Tom Hardy lays claim to serious awards consideration for his controlled performance.

April 2014
Revenge is Bittersweet in The Other Woman

Female-fantasy revenge tale that often feels like a shameless retread, saved only by a bit of inspired comedic casting in Mann and Diaz.

 
Walking with the Enemy a Story That Needs to be Told, Seen

A tale of courage, sacrifice and redemption set against the backdrop of war-torn Budapest near the end of WWII, but it does tend to drag.

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