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"Adult Beginners" approaches a tired story and adds literally nothing to it, a failure that is compounded by poor acting.
In "True Story," James Franco and Jonah Hill try to be serious. Unfortunately, they fail to do more than irritate, as poor writing prevents the film from getting off the ground and acting generally disappoints.
"Unfriended" tries some truly radical techniques, but the triteness of the film's story itself prevents it from ascending to the pantheon of cinema greatness.
"Clouds of Sils Maria" is a lovely film about youth and mortality that, when it backs away from overt symbolism, provides the sublime subtlety that we want when we watch a movie.
Jude D. Russo loves "Blade Runner." Find out why in this installment of the semi-regular series "From the Vaults."
In "The Longest Ride," Nicholas Sparks and George Tillman, Jr., team up to make what might be the tritest romantic drama yet.
"Furious 7" is the perhaps the crowning achievement of the "Fast and Furious" franchise—but just barely.
Noah Baumbach tackles growing up and growing old in his new comedy "While We're Young," following two New York professional couples.
"It Follows" exerts mastery not only over a genre—horror—but over the entire medium of cinema.