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Grandmaster tells the story of the martial arts master Ip Man who trained Bruce Lee. This is a crossover film that will appeal to both hardcore and casual fans of the martial arts genre. I found it to have stunning visuals, an evocative mood and an interesting narrative. It’s a nice blend of action and artistic expression.

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The Bag Man plays great as a film noir: there’s a cast of characters, all with their parts to play, and the twists and unexpected outcome are fun to watch. John Cusack plays Jack, a bad guy who does exactly as he's told, no questions asked. Robert De Niro is at his over-the-top best as a twisted crime boss.

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Samuel L. Jackson and Dominic Cooper star in this thriller about a district attorney who must prosecute a hit-and-run that he's guilty of. Things spiral out of control when the man blamed for the attorney’s mistake may be more responsible than anyone thought. You know the players from the get-go, but the execution and performances are what counts here.

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Set during Hurricane Katrina, Hours stars Paul Walker as a father whose newborn daughter needs a ventilator and continuous monitoring to stay alive. With flood waters rising, a power failure and looters, the unimaginable life-and-death situations are relentless. It's a metaphor for life's trials and the ability to endure, and Walker delivers an outstanding performance.

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Nelson Mandela was one of the greatest leaders and humanitarians of the 20th century. In Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom, we see his journey from childhood to the first democratically elected president of South Africa. I was moved by the personal sacrifices Mandela made in order to achieve a better world. I can't recommend this film highly enough.

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Daniel Radcliffe shows us he's no one-trick pony in this fascinating film, which takes us to 1940s Greenwich Village. Here we see Allen Ginsberg (Radcliffe), Jack Kerouac, William S. Burroughs and other literary greats in this mind-blowing story of passion, betrayal and rock 'n' roll.

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One of my favorite things about the Coen brothers is that every one of their films is entertaining and unique. Inside Llewyn Davis is no exception, exploring a week in the life of a '60s Greenwich Village folk singer. The Coens are masterful storytellers, and I think this film is best if you just go on the journey instead of focusing on the destination.

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After 15 years apart, the cast of The Best Man (Taye Diggs, Nia Long, Morris Chestnut, Terrence Howard and Regina Hall) reprise their career-launching roles. It's hard to call this a sequel since so much time has passed, but these characters jump right back into the lives we know. Of course things have changed, but not the friendship and connections.