Review

4.1

All Is Lost

Robert Redford gives an exceptional performance in J.C. Chandor’s masterful and thrilling follow-up to Margin Call.
5.0

American Hustle

More than just a collection of amazing performances, American Hustle is one of the most entertaining and intelligent movies in years.
2.7

47 Ronin

With some decent fight scenes and a bizarre yet mildly entertaining story 47 Ronin needed to feel authentic to succeed. The use of English instead of Japanese and poor CG combined ensure it fails to deliver.
3.9

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

The film is undoubtedly funnier when rehashing old jokes, though the comic performances are once again spot on. Steve Carrell as Brick Tamland is absolutely brilliant – he’s given more screen time in this film, and never fails to incite laughter. Ferrell, too, is ludicrous and hilarious as Ron Burgundy: the man’s comic timing is impeccable, and even if the jokes aren’t fantastic, the performances of the main characters are.
4.8

Frozen

With Frozen, Walt Disney Animation Studios have made a truly modern, fresh and vibrant, classic Disney family film.
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2.2

Oldboy

The remake of Oldboy can't escape the shadow of the original film, but then there's little proof Spike Lee even tries to do so.
2.0

Parkland

In many ways, Parkland is the worst kind of film imaginable, neither good nor bad enough to enact any form of response.
1.6

The Family

Robert De Niro and Tommy Lee Jones almost save this from being a total waste of time. Almost...