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The first few years of the Large Hadron Collider, the largest and most complicated scientific instrument ever created by humans.
A sci-fi take on Groundhog Day. Everyone involved (Liman, Cruise, Blunt, Paxton) is at the top of their game and the effects team did a hell of a job making the CGI look legit.
A superhero Bourne movie. The fight choreography is the unexpected delight of this film. How many ways can someone clock his opponents with a shield? A HELL of a lot more than you thought.
A very dry, dark comedy about a hit man who attends his 10-year high school reunion. Just the idea of Dan Aykroyd as an evil master assassin is funny enough, but his performance is one of the film’s many highlights.
An imaginative, reverential, and hilarious homage to the most perfect toy ever created.
A horrible snowboard crash leaves Kevin Pearce fighting to get back on his feet and in the pipe.
Based on the true story of Captain Phillips and the hijacking of a US cargo ship by Somali fisherman turned pirates.
In his directorial debut, Ryan Coogler does an amazing job portraying a young man struggling to pull his life together only to have it tragically cut short.
This oft-overlooked member of the M:I franchise was J.J. Abrams’ directorial debut. It features probably the most humanistic take on Ethan Hunt’s character, two great action set pieces, and a creepily confident villain performance from the late Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Touching and thought-provoking; it’s a good conversation-starter. The production design, though understated, is the unsung hero of this film.