Films starring Mark Wahlberg

Daddy’s Home 2

By David Jenkins

This dire sequel filled with mechanically-reclaimed comedy marks a depressing low point for Will Ferrell.

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Transformers: The Last Knight

By Adam Woodward

Michael Bay once again puts the ‘bro’ in Hasbro with this staggeringly incoherent Arthurian epic.

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Patriots Day

By Elena Lazic

Mark Wahlberg and director Peter Berg combine forces for this rousing reenactment of the Boston Marathon bombing.

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Deepwater Horizon

By Elena Lazic

Peter Berg puts a blue-collar spin on the 2010 BP oil spill in this immensely entertaining disaster epic.

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Mojave

By Joel Philpott

Oscar Isaac turns villain in this enjoyably moody thriller from director writer/director William Monahan.

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Daddy’s Home

By Clarisse Loughrey

Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg are a match made in masculinity crisis heaven in this otherwise bland comedy.

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Ted 2

By Adam Woodward

Seth MacFarlane’s swear bear is back and more outrageous than ever in the year’s weakest comedy.

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Transformers: Age of Extinction

By David Ehrlich

Michael Bay co-opts China as his new play pen in this horrifically garish but undeniably fascinating third sequel.

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Lone Survivor

By Paul Fairclough

There are nuggets of honesty amid the gung-ho jingoism in Peter Berg’s starry-eyed war story.

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Pain & Gain

By Adam Nayman

Feel the pump! Michael Bay’s muscle-bound satire is Bad Boys on ’roids. And that’s not a good thing.

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Ted

By Adam Woodward

The directorial debut from Family Guy creator Seth MacFarlane is as deliciously salty as it is unexpectedly sweet.

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The Fighter

By Kevin Maher

A formulaic boxing movie made utterly compelling by one of the most committed actors in the business.

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