BY NOAH COHEN
The more this movie gives to Will Smith, the more it’ll take away at the box office.
BY CATHERINE SULPIZIO
I’m outing myself as an unapologetic sentimentalist when I say “Boyhood” clung to me far beyond the hot summer afternoon I saw it, and that’s why I champion it as the winner between the two.
BY JACOB RICH
Did the event even have a host? Neil Patrick Harris was certainly in attendance, but his charm, wit and soul were all painfully absent.
BY REBECCA LERNER
The exuberant personalities of Steve and Diane are uncomfortably close in the tiny screen, illustrating the intensity of their bond and the need for space in the erratic relationship.
BY LAUREN WOOD
After the success of the first “Hot Tub Time Machine,” it’s easy to assume that the sequel would know just how to use its big budget and array of stars to come up with a predictable but likable movie. This assumption would be wrong.
BY BENJAMIN ROSENSTOCK
It’s a shame that “The DUFF” brings nothing new to the table, but it should, at least, send a clear message to comedy writers everywhere: put Mae Whitman and Robbie Amell in more movies.
BY JAMIE BIRCOLL
Hollywood is self-obsessed, and any movie that glorifies the artistry and artisanship of acting should be, and will be, a favorite with the Academy comprised of actors-turned-thoughtful-arts-patrons.
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