Let's just cut to the chase: Courtney Love is captivating. Even in her rather small role in "Kansas City Choirboy," there is not a moment that you are not compelled to watch her. She possesses the magnetic aura that all divas do.
Maddie Marlow and Tae Dye's "Girl in a Country Song" sent them to the top of the charts.
Melissa McCarthy, Rose Byrne and Jason Statham should all be considered for year-end awards. "Spy" is high among the year's best comedies.
The best skewering of the horror genre since "Scream," the hilarious "The Final Girls" deserves to become a huge horror/comedy hit, if not a future cult classic.
"99 homes" offers a pair of superb performances by Michael Shannon and Andrew Garfield, who play characters on opposite ends of the recent market crash and its consequences.
This film plays out with a wonderful list of colorful characters that at first seem that they are right out of a Robert Altman movie, but you soon realize that they would easily fit into a Christopher Guest farce, too.