Movie reviews of Jeremy Lebens

These are all the movies and series that Jeremy has reviewed. Read more at: The Daily Rotation.

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Poster for Creep

Creep

8

A lean and effective little horror film, anchored down by Mark Duplass' weirdness & Brice's well-paced direction.

2015.07.17

2015

Poster for Ant-Man

Ant-Man

7

An underwhelming Marvel production that falls flat, failing to tell its own story.

2015.07.16

2015

Poster for Self/less

Self/less

7

Standard action affair, only shot with a bit more visual style thanks to Singh's more-than-competent camerawork and acted with charming ease by Ryan Reynolds.

2015.07.13

2015

Poster for The Gallows

The Gallows

7

A very by-the-books found-footage horror film, but it works within its own established boundaries quite well...

2015.07.10

2015

Poster for Trainwreck

Trainwreck

6

A disappointing disaster of creativity, with Apatow's loose direction failing to align with Amy Schumer's scattered script and energetic performance.

2015.07.09

2015

Poster for The Overnight

The Overnight

7

Works efficiently as a low-key comedy with amusing performances by both Jason Schwartzman and Adam Scott.

2015.07.04

2015

Poster for Terminator Genisys

Terminator Genisys

7

A familiar, yet not as bad as you'd expect sequel that calls back to the original two films a little too much.

2015.06.30

2015

Poster for Magic Mike XXL

Magic Mike XXL

7

An excessive, but unnecessary sequel.

2015.06.30

2015

Poster for Inside Out

Inside Out

8

A great film from Pixar with a strong universal message that will please both kids and adults.

2015.06.27

2015

Poster for Dope

Dope

8

A thought provoking and emotional journey, packed with a killer soundtrack.

2015.06.19

2015

Poster for Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl

7

A well-acted indie drama, dealing with its tough material through snappy direction based off of an eccentric script...

2015.06.17

2015

Poster for Jurassic World

Jurassic World

7

A retooling of the classic first film, telling the same old story, but with a fresh coat of paint.

2015.06.11

2015

Poster for Entourage

Entourage

7

Serves the fans their much-wanted continuation of the characters, while providing enough laughs for movie-going audiences seeking a decent comedy.

2015.06.07

2015

Poster for Insidious: Chapter 3

Insidious: Chapter 3

6

A sharp decline in quality from the previous two films...

2015.06.04

2015

Poster for Spy

Spy

8

Hilarious from start-to-finish, with Melissa McCarthy leading yet another well-rounded ensemble cast of funny people...

2015.06.04

2015

Poster for Aloha

Aloha

8

Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone shine, while the rest of their co-stars struggle to do their characters justice in such a layered and tangled film.

2015.05.29

2015

Poster for San Andreas

San Andreas

8

Big, fun, exciting and a nearly perfect disaster movie...

2015.05.28

2015

Poster for Poltergeist

Poltergeist

7

A modern update of the classic film, offering up no new ideas or scares, just newer, less effective special effects and the added dimension of 3D.

2015.05.22

2015

Poster for Tomorrowland

Tomorrowland

7

As a piece of pure entertainment gets by.

2015.05.21

2015

Poster for Good Kill

Good Kill

7

Lays the foundation for an interesting discussion on the ethics of drone warfare, while also delving into the effects it has on those piloting the machines.

2015.05.21

2015

Poster for Slow West

Slow West

6

Thankfully, Michael Fassbender's performance is serviceable and Kodi Smit-McPhee's progression as an actor is notable.

2015.05.19

2015

Poster for Area 51

Area 51

6

A found-footage disappointment, lacking not only jump-scares, but a clue as to how to properly film a found-footage film.

2015.05.15

2015

Poster for Mad Max: Fury Road

Mad Max: Fury Road

9

George Miller has crafted something that's insanely creative and exploding with bold filmmaking that's off the charts inventive and exhilarating.

2015.05.14

2015

Poster for Maggie

Maggie

7

Arnold Schwarzengger and Abigail Breslin's performances definitely elevate the material far past Henry Hobson's dark and restrained direction.

2015.05.10

2015

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