David Hiltbrand, Philadelphia Inquirer

  1. The Family 2013 The Family is a film at once strange and intriguing. It can't seem to settle on a tone. full review
  2. Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain 2013 If you were to judge Let Me Explain purely on its performance portion, filmed at Madison Square Garden during Hart's 2012 tour, the film would merit a full extra star. But at 75 minutes, it feels too skimpy to rave over. full review
  3. Our Nixon 2013 The retrieved home movie footage creates a lambent prism through which the '70s seem like a simpler time. It also makes Our Nixon a uniquely dynamic time capsule. full review
  4. Turbo 2013 Let's face it: Kids aren't a very demanding audience. If there's color, movement, and a high quotient of silliness, they're happy. full review
  5. The Central Park Five 2012 It's a vivid and gripping documentary (although, at two hours, somewhat longer than it needs to be), a grave indictment of a city and a system at the breaking point. full review
  6. Dredd 2012 For sci-fi action fans, it's an instant classic. full review
  7. The Expendables 2 2012 Nice to know America's action stars, no matter how old they get, will never lack for gainful employment. full review
  8. Katy Perry: Part of Me 2012 What is worth seeing - and shelling out the 3-D premium for - is Perry's eye-popping showmanship. full review
  9. Buck 2011 Brannaman is a fascinating character, but Buck is so tightly focused that only avid horse lovers will find it appealing. full review
  10. Bronson 2008 The tone is surreal, at once visceral and clinical, making Bronson an unsettling experience: savage, disturbing, and yet somehow fascinating. full review
  11. Jackass: Number Two 2006 You have to marvel at the way these guys keep coming up with ingenious ways to hurt themselves.
  12. Aeon Flux 2005 We know it's the future because everyone has the most ridiculous hairdos.
  13. White Chicks 2004 The film's saccharine ending is something of a letdown as the guys' time in high heels teaches them sensitivity and brings them true love. But for most of its raucous run, White Chicks has soul.
  14. Bulletproof Monk 2003 This isn't really a movie, it's just one chase scene stacked on top of another and stitched together with the thinnest thread of plot.
  15. Star Trek - Nemesis 2002 While the movie itself wanders off-course halfway through, the coming attractions -- showcasing Nemesis' jacked-up special effects, production values and camerawork -- were a knockout.

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