1. Magic Mike
    Channing Tatum strips to Ginuwine's "Pony" in a thoughtful exploration of the slow methodical ways that petty capitalism erodes the spirit. 💸💸
  2. Showgirls 💃
    Do you like brown rice and vegetables? Do you also like exquisitely precise framings, a vibrant yet coordinated palette, and biting satire of the soulless life cycle of stardom?
  3. Jackie Brown
    Pulp genius Quentin Tarantino and blaxploitation legend Pam Grier meet for grown up caper that holds to the pace of its characters—past prime, still hustling.
  4. 💏Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice💏
    Will they or won't they have an orgy and will they or won't they survive the existential crisis of arriving happily at adulthood and having nothing more to rebel against?
  5. Rust And Bone
    Whale bites woman's legs off in a bruised two-hander about the struggle to find balance between delicacy and aggression. 🐋
  6. Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
    The fourth sequel in a series that was already a reboot takes a workmanlike approach on giving the people what they want—spectacular setpieces, max gadgets, and Léa Seydoux in a trench coat.
  7. Top Of The Lake
    Detective fiction, child pregnancy, meth dealing, and post-civilization lady cults combine in an elegiac epic by one of world cinema's greatest living filmmakers, Jane Campion.
  8. Edge Of Tomorrow
    Tom Cruise has to die every day in a video game movie that starts as deconstruction of movie editing and ends as a deconstruction of movie heroes and the one sided romances that come along with them. 💯