Chris Nashawaty, Entertainment Weekly

  1. Maidentrip 2014 Maidentrip is full of sunsets and dolphins but short on introspection and drama. full review
  2. Berberian Sound Studio 2013 While it's a loving homage to movies like Dario Argento's Suspiria and is crafted with tons of style, it leaves out one key ingredient: being even remotely scary. full review
  3. Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me 2013 If Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me leads even one person to listen to Big Star for the first time, this movie will have done a great service. full review
  4. Girl Most Likely 2013 Wiig didn't write the script for Girl Most Likely, but surely all those years of making tangy lemonade from the SNL writing staff's lemons must have given her the chops to do more than she manages to do here. What a shame. full review
  5. Insidious: Chapter 2 2013 The problem is, Wan is reaching into the same old grab bag of shock scares, creaky-door sound effects, and ominous baby monitor voices he used in the far better original Insidious. full review
  6. Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain 2013 He tells elliptical stories that go on so long and take so many weird detours that they end up being funny even when they shouldn't be. full review
  7. Paranoia 2013 Paranoia? More like deja vu. full review
  8. L!fe Happens 2012 A mildly amusing indie that's neither as funny nor as poignant as it wants to be. full review
  9. Centurion 2010 When it comes to crunchy impalings and messy arterial geysers, Marshall's a maestro. full review
  10. Hachi: A Dog's Tale 2009 Even the manliest moviegoer likes to have a good cry from time to time. full review
  11. Scream 3 2000 full review
  12. Scream 1996 full review
  13. Beverly Hills Cop 1984 full review
  14. BMX Bandits 1983 full review
  15. Death Race 2000 1975 Behold the power of cheese! full review
  16. Charade 1963 full review
  17. /titles/197053 Steve Coogan's hilariously acidic creation, the buffoonish radio host Alan Partridge, is finally back. And like so many reunions, this one starts off all smiles and quickly grows tiresome. full review
  18. /titles/198049 Buoyed by some nicely nuanced performances (especially by Pearce and Amy Ryan as his dream-dashing wife), Breathe In never quite rises above its predictable potboiler premise. full review
  19. /titles/197629 A stranger-than-fiction gem. full review
  20. /titles/197051 It's Bale, and his almost biblical quest for justice, who burns his way into your soul. full review
  21. /titles/198222 Good luck choking back the tears, folks. full review
  22. /titles/197315 Given its title, you can be forgiven for assuming that Adam Wingard's home-invasion thriller will be just another blood-soaked body-count flick. But You're Next is better than that. A lot better. full review
  23. /titles/197416 Even if Isabelle's inner motives remain enigmatic, at least Ozon is interested in posing questions about rebellion and female desire that few male directors even bother to consider. full review