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July 2014
Exuberant Boyhood Soars before Hitting Teenage Skids

A magnificent experiment that succeeds in a fashion so spectacular that not even the most dazzling CGI-driven popcorn movie can match it.

 
Intelligent Apes, Mindless Entertainment

Every cliché is covered, and there are plot holes big enough to drive a tank through, but it's all about the spectacle and effects.

 
Too Many Recycled Parts Clutter Earth to Echo

A shallow slog of a movie that never delivers the magic, fun or creativity of all the films (E.T., The Goonies, etc.) it aspires to be.

 
Tammy Takes the Long, Long Road to Redemption

Amusing, but difficult to endorse. A good message on taking responsibility for a lousy lot in life is lost in a lack of good taste.

 
Faith Meets Fear in Deliver Us from Evil

Like 2013’s The Conjuring, Deliver Us From Evil is reportedly inspired by true events, and drags its viewers into a terrifying realm.

 
Knightley & Ruffalo Make Beautiful Music in Begin Again

Thanks to winning performances, a catchy soundtrack, and storytelling that's sincere, Begin Again has a good thing going.

June 2014
Gratuitous Action Lives on in Transformers: Age of Extinction

Transformers: Age of Extinction is a reboot of sorts. Mark Wahlberg plays a Texas widower raising a 17-year-old daughter.

 
Obvious Child Collapses under Pro-Choice Message

Dubbed "the abortion comedy," Obvious Child is about a young New York stand-up comic named Donna Stern who becomes pregnant.

 
Jersey Boys Goes Behind the Music of the Four Seasons

Sweet but sordid, a darker take on music that's usually identified with a more carefree, wholesome era.

 
Pattinson Surprises in Post-Apocalyptic Arthouse Film The Rover

Basically a less-stylized, more realistic version of Mad Max; a completely humorless Wild West-like tale of obsession.

June 2014
Alone Yet Not Alone Only Works for Those Tired of Everything Else

Plays like a companion piece to Little House on the Prairie, but without engendering the same affection and falling dramatically flat.

 
Family Themes Breathe Fire into Dragon Sequel

Doesn't offer the same measure of surprise as the original but has different strengths of its own, including how regret and apology heal.

 
22 Jump Street: At Best, a Diversion; At Worst, Crass

Doesn't take itself too seriously; the actors have a blast, creating lightheartedness. But it just had to sink into the gutter.

 
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.

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