Your Movies (cleveland.com)


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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2.5/5
Glass (2019)
2
3/5
Felicity Jones and Armie Hammer portray a famously extraordinary couple in a rather ordinary movie.
Posted Jan 9, 2019
3
5/5
Writer/director Barry Jenkins one-ups his 'Moonlight' by turning a James Baldwin novel into an immaculately told, '70s love story for the ages.
Posted Jan 2, 2019
4
3.5/5
Destroyer (2018)
Nicole Kidman's weary Oscar-bait performance is probably the best reason to see this hard-boiled crime drama, but a well-placed twist gives it some gravitas, too.
Posted Dec 28, 2018
5
3/5
Vice (2018)
In 2015, Adam McKay wrote and directed 'The Big Short,' a fabulous film about Wall Street shenanigans. Now, even with a similarly competent cast, Dick Cheney, the subject of McKay's 'Vice,' is simply not as sexy, funny or appealing as money.
Posted Dec 25, 2018
6
3/5
7
3/5
Bird Box (2018)
8
3.5/5
Ben is Back (2018)
9
3.5/5
10
2/5
Aquaman (2018)
11
3/5
Vox Lux (2018)
Portman struts into this unfortunate story of our times well after it begins and entirely makes it her own.
Posted Dec 16, 2018
12
2.5/5
Even a rather nifty resurrected warrior (Stephen Lang) can't save this cumbersome, steampunk telling of a powerful London on wheels devouring the rest of Europe and beyond.
Posted Dec 15, 2018
13
4/5
Weird and wild Yorgos Lanthimos actually delivers a mostly accessible period piece with the randiness of 'Tom Jones' and the cunning of 'All About Eve.' Three leading ladies and an indelible final image speak volumes, too.
Posted Dec 14, 2018
14
4.5/5
Viewer patience gets rewarded with the meaningful twists in a powerful final act that lovingly defines what a real family is all about.
Posted Dec 14, 2018
15
3.5/5
Roma (2018)
Pristine imagery carries this gorgeous-looking, but small and sleepy tale from Oscar-winning director Alfonso Cuaron. His very personal story, in fact, might not connect as easily as his camera.
Posted Dec 14, 2018
16
4/5
This aptly titled beauty never offers easy answers, but a sparkling young trio, as mesmerizing as any that Hollywood might assemble, keeps you looking for them anyway.
Posted Dec 10, 2018
17
3/5
Even in Callas' own words, she appears to define the term classic diva and the good, bad and ugly of everything it might imply.
Posted Dec 8, 2018
18
4/5
Memorable images, conversations and a Willem Dafoe performace as artful as the master he portrays highlight one more special film on the life and times of Vincent Van Gogh.
Posted Dec 8, 2018
19
3.5/5
20
2/5
Creed II (2018)
21
5/5
Green Book (2018)
22
2/5
23
3/5
24
3/5
Boy Erased (2018)
25
3/5
26
3.5/5
Wildlife (2018)
27
2.5/5
28
4.5/5
Widows (2018)
29
3.5/5
30
3.5/5
31
3/5
The Grinch (2018)
32
3/5
33
4/5
Overlord (2018)
34
2.5/5
Outlaw King (2018)
Sweeping, nice-looking and honestly nothing that we haven't seen many times before.
Posted Nov 6, 2018
35
3/5
36
3/5
Suspiria (2018)
37
2.5/5
38
3/5
39
4/5
40
3/5
Mid90s (2018)
41
4/5
John C. Reilly rises to profound levels in this thinking man's western. At least that's what I think it is.
Posted Oct 25, 2018
42
3/5
Ophelia (2018)
43
4/5
Director Roger Michell gets these grand gals to talk and talk and talk some more. Obviously, though, no direction is needed for them to make us smile and even touch us, too.
Posted Oct 22, 2018
44
4.5/5
Free Solo (2018)
'The People's Choice' for Best Documentary at this year's Toronto International Film Festival will keep you almost breathless watching Alex Honnold climb mountains alone and without ropes.
Posted Oct 22, 2018
45
4/5
Halloween (2018)
46
3.5/5
47
3.5/5
First Man (2018)
48
2.5/5
49
3.5/5
50
3/5
22 July (2018)
Unless we're talking about the enormous Norwegian tragedy itself, this long, sad and moving film from Paul Greengrass offers little new about the lasting aftermath of fanatical terrorism.
Posted Oct 8, 2018