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  • In the Heart of the Sea (2015)

    Howard animates In the Heart of the Sea Review by Robert Denerstein: You'll be better off re-reading Moby-Dick than watching this soggy adaptation of the source material

    Review by Matt Anderson: A well-crafted yarn documenting the true-life disaster that inspired Moby Dick.

  • Transcendence (2014)

    Depp achieves Transcendence Review by Matt Anderson: Transcendence pulsates with ambition and ideas, but it stumbles through the final act.

    Review by Robert Denerstein: A muddled look at the perils of artificial intelligence

  • In Time (2011)

    Timberlake and Seyfriend escape In Time Review by Robert Denerstein: Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried play for time in a monotonous, one-note thriller

    Review by Matt Anderson: In Time is like a cheap Rolex picked up in Battery Park.

  • The Dark Knight (2008)

    The Dark Knight returns Review by Matt Anderson: The Dark Knight returns and turns the genre on its head

  • Red Eye (2005)

    Craven makes Red Eye a gripping thrilller Review by Nick Reed: Three quarters of the film is straight thriller; no creatures, no blades, no masks

  • Batman Begins (2005)

    Bale cuts a striking figure as Batman Begins Review by Matt Anderson: Bless the bat heavens for Christopher Nolan

    DVD review by Matt Anderson: Batman Begins, now on DVD, stands cape and cowl above the previous Batflicks

  • Intermission (2004)

    Cillian Murphy takes a well-deserved Intermission Review by Matt Anderson: Good old-fashioned storytelling and a collection of memorable characters

  • 28 Days Later (2003)

    Virus spreads and zombies rise 28 Days Later Review by Marty Mapes: Like an independent B-movie horror flick, but with more polish and less edge