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1. Fury (2014) $23.5M

Fury (2014)

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2. Gone Girl $17.8M

Gone Girl

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3. The Book of Life $17M

The Book of Life

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4. Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day $12.0M

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

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5. The Best of Me $10.2M

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6. Dracula Untold $9.9M

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7. The Judge (2014) $7.9M

The Judge (2014)

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8. Annabelle $7.9M

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9. The Equalizer $5.4M

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10. The Maze Runner $4.5M

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John Wick

It doesn’t make “Wick” a good movie by any stretch of the imagination, but it is a frequently enjoyable one, and that helps some.

Posted on 17 October 2014 @ 1:21 pm

Birdman

For some, “Birdman” may be hard to wrap one’s head around, but it’s pure cinema that elicits so many (possibly conflicting) adjectives with its enigmatic yet powerful and almost magical journey. It’s easily one of the most thought-provoking films of the past ten years, maybe more.

Posted on 3 October 2014 @ 6:21 pm

The Best of Me

“The Best of Me” might have been the worst Nicholas Sparks movie ever… not that we’ve seen enough others for comparison. The fact that it’s corny, dumb and predictable and rife with clichés is exacerbated by the fact that everything about it just seems lazy.

Posted on 3 October 2014 @ 2:00 am

Fury

That focus, if nothing else, keeps “Fury” from sinking under the weight of the tropes it has covered itself with. It cannot quite rise above them to the level of the modern war films it aspires to, but in its own way it is a worthy addition to the genre.

Posted on 3 October 2014 @ 1:28 am

Whiplash

Few movies can achieve the highest benchmark of “perfection,” and movies like “Whiplash” only comes along once in a blue moon. Being that I honestly can’t think of a single way this film could have possibly been better than it is, we can therefore assume that perfection has indeed been achieved.

Posted on 3 October 2014 @ 1:11 am

Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day

“Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day” features fun, family-friendly performances by Steve Carrell, Jennifer Garner, and a strong supporting cast. But a weak ending and unmemorable young stars make this a light but forgettable film.

Posted on 1 October 2014 @ 8:46 pm

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 1 October 2014 @ 8:40 pm


Cinema Blend - United States

The Best of Me


Even those who enjoy adaptations of Nicholas Sparks’ manipulative, formulaic romance novels will recognize the faults in director Michael Hoffman’s watered-down and barely palatable effort.
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Posted on 17 October 2014 @ 7:00 am

Birdman


There’s a splendid lunacy to Birdman. It radiates with emotion and energy, spinning through its continuous editing style with an elegance and ego that is intoxicating.
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Posted on 17 October 2014 @ 7:00 am

The Book of Life


The Book of Life is entertaining, and at times clever. The characters are charming. The message is sweet. But Fox Animation still lacks that something extra.
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Posted on 17 October 2014 @ 7:00 am

Camp X-Ray


There is little to Camp X-Ray outside of the central relationship between a soldier and a prisoner. But when focused on Ali and Blondie, this movie is completely compelling.
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Posted on 17 October 2014 @ 7:00 am

Fury


The movie’s far too mean, impatient, heartless, grueling and cynical to ever embrace, (or even recommend).
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Posted on 17 October 2014 @ 7:00 am

Kill The Messenger


Kill The Messenger is breathtakingly tense, yet risky in that it aims to be more than entertaining. Pulling from Nick Schou non-fiction recounting of what befell Gary Webb, it delivers a searing criticism of contemporary America’s tendency to miss the most important elements of a story.
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Posted on 10 October 2014 @ 7:00 am

Dracula Untold


Dracula Untold has an identity crisis, and it prevents the movie from ever choosing a proper lane. It isn’t “horror,” and is never scary. It’s more swords-and-sandals, with characters giving Braveheart-esque speeches from the backs of horses. Strange, and sad.
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Posted on 10 October 2014 @ 7:00 am


NPR - United States

Starring In ‘Fury’: The Horrors That People Are Capable Of In War

The WWII drama Fury is about a U.S. sergeant and his five-man crew on a mission behind enemy lines. Kenneth Turan reviews the film, directed by David Ayer and starring Brad Pitt and Shia LaBeouf.

Posted on 20 October 2014 @ 8:23 am

The Brutalities Of War Bring Surprising Angles To ‘Fury’

Brad Pitt stars in a war movie that contemplates the horrors of war, but also the horrors that the men who fight it may commit.

Posted on 17 October 2014 @ 5:51 pm

‘Birdman’ Follows A Film Actor Frantic To Prove Himself Onstage

The choreography by Alejandro Iñárritu, who directed 21 Grams and Babel, will wow you. But the story about a washed-up actor about to bring off his Broadway debut is an “empty masterwork.”

Posted on 17 October 2014 @ 5:48 pm

‘Birdman’ Tracks A Comeback In (Seemingly) One Long Take

NPR film critic Bob Mondello says Birdman is an entertainingly complicated jigsaw puzzle — in both storytelling and technique.

Posted on 17 October 2014 @ 3:24 pm

In ‘Listen Up Philip,’ Literary Arrogance Stubbornly Refuses To Change

In the new film starring Jonathan Pryce, Jason Schwartzman and Elisabeth Moss, two male writers prove far less clear-minded about their own behavior than the filmmaker is.

Posted on 17 October 2014 @ 3:08 pm

‘The Golden Era’ Follows A Path From Northern China To Tokyo

The biographical drama tells the story of a Chinese novelist and poet who spent her brief life in so-called “interesting times.”

Posted on 16 October 2014 @ 9:03 pm

Beauty And Loss In ‘The Tale Of Princess Kaguya’

The latest film from the celebrated Studio Ghibli follows a girl far from home who must inevitably return there.

Posted on 16 October 2014 @ 9:03 pm




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