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1. Guardians of the Galaxy $17.1M

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2. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) $11.9M

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014)

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3. If I Stay $9.3M

If I Stay

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4. As Above/So Below $8.6M

As Above/So Below

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5. Let’s Be Cops $8.3M

Let's Be Cops

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6. The November Man $7.9M

The November Man

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7. When the Game Stands Tall $6.0M

When the Game Stands Tall

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8. The Giver $5.3M

The Giver

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9. The Hundred-Foot Journey $4.8M

The Hundred-Foot Journey

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10. The Expendables 3 $3.6M

The Expendables 3

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TIFF Review: The Judge

Despite a strong cast, all doing fine dramatic work, it’s obvious that “The Judge’s” problems lie in a weak script and a director working beyond his ability to make the movie work dramatically without it feeling overly-sentimental and long-winded.

Posted on 5 September 2014 @ 12:00 pm

The Maze Runner

“The Maze Runner” is an action packed film with lots of mystery and scares. The less you know about it going in, the more you’ll be engaged by it. Fans of “The Hunger Games” and “Divergent” should enjoy it.

Posted on 5 September 2014 @ 11:35 am

TIFF Review: The Equalizer

Still, Washington does a good job making a flat character more compelling than he should be and if the film itself never quite grows wings, it’s not mired in the muck either. Solid (if uninspired) performances from the villains and other supporting cast members keep things going, and there’s certainly a foundation here for something more one day, so it’s not a waste of time. Entertaining but uninspired, “The Equalizer” proves if nothing else why Washington remains one of our better, if underused, movie stars.

Posted on 5 September 2014 @ 11:35 am

This is Where I Leave You

There are certainly the same minor tonal issues that often are expected when you’re so carefully trying to balance tough domestic issues with lighter levity, but Shawn Levy’s cast often makes up for the routineness of the film’s overused premise.

Posted on 5 September 2014 @ 11:30 am

The Drop

Slow and subdued but crafted with care and finesse, “The Drop” is not for the attention-deprived, though it’s a perfectly respectable crime-drama that’s only hindered by the fact it feels redundant to a genre that’s already become fairly oversaturated.

Posted on 5 September 2014 @ 8:00 am

The Identical

Movies like this get made all the time, sometimes they even get released into theaters with a modicum of TV advertising, and they’re all about this good, which is to say neither bad nor good, just easily forgettable.

Posted on 4 September 2014 @ 11:50 am

The November Man

Make no mistake that “The November Man” has issues but it also has some fun action scenes and ultimately, one can see Brosnan doing more with the character if they manage to make the planned sequel happen.

Posted on 26 August 2014 @ 1:25 pm


Cinema Blend - United States

The Boxtrolls


The Boxtroll is a feast for the eyes as well as a jaunty ride. It isn’t just a superb movie for the whole family. It’s the best animated film of the year.
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Posted on 26 September 2014 @ 7:00 am

Tusk


The problem with Tusk, ultimately, is that it doesn’t hold up to scrutiny as a movie, despite its assemblage of commendably unusual scenes.
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Posted on 19 September 2014 @ 7:00 am

A Walk Among The Tombstones


Scott Frank’s mystery thriller A Walk Among The Tombstones is a rather frustrating film. It’s surprising how many missteps it takes, and though it ultimately largely works, it still feels like there’s a good deal of missed potential.
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Posted on 19 September 2014 @ 7:00 am

The Skeleton Twins


With The Skeleton Twins, comedic performers Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader rein in their manic antics to tap into the maudlin tale of estranged siblings in desperate need of each other. Under the hand of helmer Craig Johnson, the results are uneven, but not uninteresting.
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Posted on 12 September 2014 @ 7:00 am

Dead Snow 2


Dead Snow 2: Red vs. Dead delivers more gore, action, firepower, and laughs than the first film. It’s brilliantly bonkers and will have audiences howling with laughter from its first zombie battle to its fun final showdown.
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Posted on 12 September 2014 @ 7:00 am

Dolphin Tale 2


You’d be hard pressed to find a movie more wholesome and well intentioned than Dolphin Tale 2. The story of Winter, the dolphin with the prosthetic tail, is given a new chapter wherein kids are offered some life lessons about change and determination.
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Posted on 12 September 2014 @ 7:00 am

Eleanor Rigby: Them


This triptych of cinema centers on the highs and lows in the marriage of Connor Ludlow (James McAvoy) and Eleanor Rigby (Jessica Chastain).
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Posted on 12 September 2014 @ 7:00 am


NPR - United States

In ‘The Drop,’ Mob Bosses Bully Sad Characters At A Bar In Brooklyn

The film based on Dennis Lehane’s short story Animal Rescue is supposed be a thriller, but the narrative doesn’t have much urgency. The reason it’s worth seeing? James Gandolfini is at his peak.

Posted on 12 September 2014 @ 5:58 pm

An Unblinking Lens Turns Toward Lives In Poverty In ‘Stray Dogs’

Stray Dogs is a challenging film about poverty, unconventionally structured and shot but faithful to the emotional resonance conveyed by its very long shots.

Posted on 12 September 2014 @ 3:03 pm

Getting Each Other And The Bonds Of ‘The Skeleton Twins’

Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig play brother and sister in a family drama that takes on the relatively neglected matter of adult siblings and their complex bond.

Posted on 12 September 2014 @ 3:03 pm

In A Brilliantly Disorienting Film, A Teenager Is ‘Starred Up’ To An Adult Prison

The British drama depicts remarkable characters, including an angry teenager who meets two father figures behind bars. It’s a prison film that’s shattering beyond physical violence.

Posted on 8 September 2014 @ 5:45 pm

In ‘Rocks In My Pockets,’ A Family History Of Depression And Art

The animated documentary follows filmmaker Signe Baumane’s family as she traces its history of women gifted in art but troubled by depression and psychosis.

Posted on 5 September 2014 @ 1:03 pm

The Music Of Memphis And Glasgow Plays In Two New Films

Belle & Sebastian songwriter Stuart Murdoch imbues God Help The Girl with his band’s sensibility, for good and ill. Tim Sutton’s Memphis brings an elegant portrait of a wandering soul singer.

Posted on 5 September 2014 @ 1:03 pm

‘Kelly And Cal’ Alters A Familiar Premise But Walks A Worn Path

The story of a new mother struggling with the loss of her youth tries to reverse cliches about the maturation of childish men. But that effort struggles under the weight of other standard elements.

Posted on 5 September 2014 @ 1:03 pm




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