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Director; Genre; StarsFilmReview
Cameron Crowe
American Romantic Comedy-Drama
Bradley Cooper; Emma Stone
Rachel McAdams; Bill Murray
I can even say that I had a good time, a better time than I had at “Vanilla Sky” or “Elizabethtown.” But now I’m starting to get a little depressed. I enjoyed _____ the way you can enjoy a catch-up beer with an old friend you don’t have much in common with anymore.
Thomas McCarthy
Magic realism comedy-drama
Adam Sandler; Dan Stevens
Dustin Hoffman; Steve Buscemi
The plot has fantastical impersonation elements that links it to comedians of an earlier era, such as Jerry Lewis and Danny Kaye, the result is unsatisfying in terms of both plot and characters.
The A.V. Club chose the film as the worst film of 2015.
Sam Taylor-Johnson
American erotic romantic drama film
Dakota Johnson; Jamie Dornan
Jennifer Ehle; Marcia Gay Harden
Not quite as bad as...the book. But that's not saying much; It feels like two, distinct films grappling for dominance over the screen: one a sensual and stylish romance, and the other a numbingly explicit Harlequin bodice-ripper brought to life. Regrettably, the latter..ends up on top.
Robert Schwentke
American science fiction adventure film
Shailene Woodley; Theo James
Octavia Spencer; Jai Courtney
Even with breathless chases, strong design components and dazzling effects, the story's organizing principle — the faction system that divides society into five groups based on personality — grows less compelling as _____ proceeds.
Joe Wright
American 3D fantasy
action-adventure family
Hugh Jackman; Garrett Hedlund
Exchanges puckish mischief and innocence for doses of steampunk design, anachronistic music, a stock 'chosen one' narrative and themes of child labor, warfare and unsustainable mineral mining.
Chris Columbus
American science fiction action-comedy
Adam Sandler; Kevin James
Much like the worst arcade games from the era that inspired it, _____ has little replay value and is hardly worth a quarter.
Olivier Megaton
English-language French action film
Liam Neeson; Forest Whitaker
So unintentionally hilarious I couldn't help but wonder - do movie contracts carry a humiliation bonus clause these days?; Here it's the audience that gets _____.
Brad Bird
American science-fiction
mystery adventure
George Clooney; Hugh Laurie
A noble failure about trying to succeed, is written and directed with such open-hearted optimism that you cheer it on even as it stumbles.
Michael Mann
American action thriller mystery
Chris Hemsworth; Tang Wei
Viola Davis; Holt McCallany
A surprisingly cliche tale of modern cyber terrorism. Full of nonsensical computer babble and downright dubious technological logistics (especially for a film about hackers), Mann’s movie was so milquetoast that audiences largely ignored its release.
Anne Fletcher
American comedy
Reese Witherspoon; Sofía Vergara
The stars as a mismatched duo on the run...do seem to be having fun acting together...It’s too bad...that watching Witherspoon and Vergara crack bad jokes – while director Anne Fletcher serves up one tired comical scenario after another – is nowhere near as much fun. The final result is a piece of lazy action/comedy filmmaking that fails to deliver on what it promised to do: make the audience laugh, not just its stars.
Mark Neveldine
American supernatural horror
Olivia Taylor Dudley
Kathleen Robertson; Michael Peña
The supernatural horror movie does little to differentiate itself from superior tales of demonic possession on film, in both theme and visual spectacle – undermining any effort to thrill or scare with overly-familiar ideas and visuals that have been done before (and done better).
John Erick Dowdle
American action thriller
Owen Wilson; Lake Bell; Sterling
Jerins; Claire Geare; Pierce Brosnan
The film’s retrograde worldview and arguably xenophobic portrayal of a coup breaking out in some unnamed Asian country was near-impossible to stomach, while the Dowdle Brothers failed to deliver enough compelling human drama and decent B-grade action as a counter-weight.
Barry Levinson
American comedy
Bill Murray; Kate Hudson
A lazily constructed script (set in the Middle-East) that feels very outdated and is otherwise lacking in memorable jokes and comedy sequences.
Frank Coraci
American Western comedy
Adam Sandler; Julia Jones
Terry Crews; Jorge Garcia
The laughs are few and forced in this film that can’t decide if it wants to be a parody or an action western – so it ends up being neither. Putting it frankly, the movie’s tone and quality can best be summed up in a scene of Schneider’s burro violently defecating on a wall.
Walt Becker
American road-adventure
family caper comedy
Jason Lee; Tony Hale
Kimberly Williams-Paisley; Josh Green
The first...film, while definitely not for adults, mostly succeeded in offering kids a cheesy comedy sing-along – much like the original cartoon serviced prior generations. Yet, every successive installment has strayed into basic cash-grab territory where the cover track...take precedent over thoughtful storytelling.

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