22 Jump Street
The buddy comedy feels a bit recycled the second time around - and it knows it.
We should maybe try giving Paul W. S. Anderson a little bit of credit.
The Lego Movie
The rare (and wonderful) kids' movie that rewards those who come to it like children.
An overstuffed response to the more fantastical instances of the Marvel franchise.
Both 42 and The Reluctant Fundamentalist deal with issues of individual and systemic racial injustice - and come to very different conclusions.
It's fine to think you're the chosen one, but what if you never grow up?
Is it better to go see this franchise entry than to sit in your living room as a family staring at your iPads?
The Grand Budapest Hotel
Wes Anderson's latest is a feat of filmmaking, a formally-interesting movie that's also deeply meaningful.
A remarkably morally dense and thrilling look at people, politics, and the power that controls the two.
Bridge of Spies
Spielberg and Hanks are captivating and likable, though the film still comes up a little empty.
You'd be best off rewatching 'Lilo & Stitch.'
A movie that's both distinctly American and a bit troubling.