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Your Movies (cleveland.com)

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
4.5/5
2
3/5
3
3.5/5
Soundwave (2018)
4
3.5/5
Whether it's genuinely 'true' becomes anyone's guess, but this oft-told tale of the titular Aussie outlaw fits nicely into the burgeoning resume of '1917' hero George MacKay.
Posted May 3, 2020
5
2/5
The author of the same-named children's book should sue for non-support. The silly voice cast is no collective gem, either.
Posted Apr 27, 2020
6
3/5
7
3.5/5
Nemesis (2020)
8
2.5/5
The grandgirls laughed -- a lot! The adults in the room not so much. Overall, 'Trolls' sounds better than it looks.
Posted Apr 11, 2020
9
3/5
Silent Panic (2019)
10
4/5
The Traitor (2020)
A legitimately Italian Mafia movie with memoirs, might, mayhem and a running time at least an hour shorter than 'The Irishman.'
Posted Mar 14, 2020
11
3/5
The Hunt (2020)
Betty Gilpin slays us all in an offbeat companion piece to this week's full 'worm' moon, Friday the 13th, and the really scary C19 virus. You might laugh a bit, too.
Posted Mar 14, 2020
12
3/5
Onward (2020)
13
2.5/5
Greed (2020)
14
3.5/5
15
4/5
16
3.5/5
17
2.5/5
Seberg (2020)
18
4/5
19
2/5
Downhill (2020)
20
3.5/5
Wanna see a film that lives, breathes and simply rocks its comic-book roots? Then take the crazy, colorful ride with this souped-up 'Harley' gal.
Posted Feb 14, 2020
21
2.5/5
22
4/5
23
2/5
24
3.5/5
25
3.5/5
26
2.5/5
27
2.5/5
Underwater (2020)
28
4.5/5
1917 (2020)
29
1/5
Like a Boss (2020)
30
3.5/5
Just Mercy (2020)
31
4.5/5
Uncut Gems (2019)
Love or hate Sandler's degnerate gambler/jeweler, his compulsions are so widespread your own eyes get compelled to stay glued to the screen.
Posted Dec 24, 2019
32
4/5
Little Women (2019)
The fourth feature adaptation of Louisa May Alcott's classic novel scores once more, this time in the hands of actress-turned fine director Gerwig. Her March family girls aren't too shabby, either.
Posted Dec 24, 2019
33
2.5/5
Unless their parents are secret agents, smallfry won't get any of it, even a big bathroom joke with a bigger word. The rest of us might smile occasionally.
Posted Dec 24, 2019
34
3/5
What goes around, comes around in the alleged final chapter of the 'Star Wars' saga, a so-so, J.J. Abrams helmer that shoots more toward emotion than amazement.
Posted Dec 24, 2019
35
3.5/5
Although there is nothing easy about Malick's telling, his hero's admirable moral and spititual stance, combined with the director's sprinkling of ever-fascinating images, might leave you contemplating your own being.
Posted Dec 24, 2019
36
2.5/5
Bombshell (2019)
Despite some fine performances, the based-on-truth 'Bombshell' kinda fizzles under its slick and sleazy/slimy/smarmy veneer.
Posted Dec 24, 2019
37
3/5
Frankie (2019)
Ira Sachs puts everything in the hands of his cast, headed by Isabelle Hupert, who proves -- through her character, of course -- that even (oncoming) death becomes her.
Posted Dec 14, 2019
38
4.5/5
An uplifting screenplay from Anthony McCarten ('The Darkest Hour') and Oscar-worthy work from Jonathan Pryce (as the kind, genuine and current Pope Francis) boost one of 2019's most surprisingly engaging movies.
Posted Dec 14, 2019
39
4.5/5
A decade ago, Eastwood's latest might have been hailed as one of the year's best. Now, slanted PC police nitpick the true story of the '96 Summer Olympics bombing. Don't pay attention to them. It's a terrific film and its performances often soar.
Posted Dec 14, 2019
40
2/5
It's not nearly as funny at the first Johnson/Black/Hart 'Jumanji,' which speaks volumes about a sequel that, unfortunately, does take us to 'The Next Level' of boredom.
Posted Dec 14, 2019
41
4/5
42
3.5/5
Dark Waters (2019)
43
3.5/5
44
3.5/5
Waves (2019)
45
4/5
Knives Out (2019)
46
4/5
Queen & Slim (2019)
47
3.5/5
Honey Boy (2019)
48
3/5
Anya (2019)
49
3/5
Frozen II (2019)
50
3/5