Cleverly made silent movie that is as contemporary as it is vintage.
A cute movie asking existentialist questions, but except for a few touching moments it never becomes engaging. Segel is good.
Tragicomedy about a dysfunctional family that takes intrigues to the next level. Entertaining and moving as it is, at times it feels like it would work better on a stage than the silver screen. Enjoyable performances by Garcia, Margulies and Mortimer.
Thriller that makes being haunted feel tangible and has a surprising and beautiful ending that makes up for its flaws of predictability. Great acting all around, especially and not surprisingly by Neeson.
This movie, in which grown men beat each other to a pulp in the name of hockey, is oddly engaging. Scott and Pill make it so.