Never going too serious or too slapstick, 2015 war film ‘A Perfect Day’ forms an idyllic balance of comedy with drama.
Guillermo del Toro’s 2015 Gothic horror ‘Crimson Peak’ is a richly crafted, grandly staged, and utterly ridiculous film.
Michael Bay’s 2016 war film ’13 Hours’ is insane, fist-pumping, and action-packed propaganda done right.
By focusing on the characters and keeping the story simple, 2015 drama ‘Burnt’ offers tasty, somewhat generic film morsels.
Todd Hayne’s 2015 period romance ‘Carol’ is a beautiful, potent love story with stellar performances.
The excellent 2015 film ‘Bone Tomahawk’ puts brutality back into the Old West. This isn’t your mama’s Western.
2015 horror comedy ‘Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse’ is an irreverent riot of gags, laughs, and gore.
Denis Villeneuve’s 2015 thriller ‘Sicario’ is a finely crafted piece of cinematic nihilism.
2015’s James Bond adventure ‘Spectre’ is a brooding, action-riffic, thrill ride. But, where’s the fun?