3.4

Mr. Holmes

Thoughtful, insightful and featuring what’s sure to become seen as a seminal McKellen performance, Mr. Holmes is well worth your time.
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2.6

Entourage

Entourage provides more of the breezy fun that made the series so popular, without ever stepping outside its comfort zone to provide a cinematic experience.
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3.7

Spy

Spy is another bawdy, imperfect and hilarious triumph for director Paul Feig and lead actress Melissa McCarthy, showcasing fine timing and some unlikely comedic talent (Statham!)
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4.2

Mad Max: Fury Road

With enrapturing visuals and anarchic energy in spades, the audacious extravaganza that is Mad Max: Fury Road demands to be experienced on the biggest screen possible.
4.1

Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck

With revealing interviews, unprecedented access to all things Cobain and genuine interest in its tormented subject, Montage of Heck will leave fans and casual listeners alike in Nirvana.
3.7

Kajaki

Kajaki is a worthy, gritty retelling of true events, and a fine feature debut for director Paul Katis.
2.8

Home

Home will keep the little'uns engaged, but it's too familiar and safe to linger in the memory.
3.4

X+Y

X+Y overcomes its TV drama trappings to reveal a sweet tale of adolescent struggles.
3.3

Kill The Messenger

Kill The Messenger is an efficient thriller, with a gripping true story and Jeremy Renner's fine lead performance guiding the film through some scripting wobbles.