Films starring Scarlett Johansson

Ghost in the Shell

By David Jenkins

All the slick CG in the galaxy can’t save this mind-numbing sci-fi noir starring Scarlett Johansson as a femme cyborg.

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Captain America: Civil War

By David Jenkins

Hey kids! Captain America’s back, and he’s brought some lively political views with him.

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Hail, Caesar!

By David Jenkins

The Coen brothers return in scintillating and provocative form with this complex satire of 1950s Hollywood.

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Avengers: Age of Ultron

By Sophie Monks Kaufman

Joss Whedon has once again assembled a creamy cast to have a whole lot of fun with the blockbuster template.

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Lucy

By David Ehrlich

Who remembers the last good Luc Besson movie? Time to reset that particular clock, as he’s returned with a stormer.

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Chef

By Chris Blohm

Jon Favreau goes back to his indie roots in this appealing, ramshackle street food saga.

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Captain America: The Winter Soldier

By Adam Lee Davies

Chris Evans’ welcome return to the superhero fold can't save this sequel from feeling like an awkward franchise mid-point.

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Under the Skin

By Violet Lucca

Jonathan Glazer’s erotic and philosophically-inclined feminist sci-fi fable is an extraordinary one-off.

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Her

By David Jenkins

Whimsical futuro-romance effortlessly evolves into ambiguous, unfathomable hard sci-fi in Spike Jonze’s best film to date.

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Hitchcock

By Glenn Heath Jr

The Master of Suspense gets his very own glib and psychologically-stilted Wiki-biopic.

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Avengers Assemble

By Adam Lee Davies

Joss Whedon’s Marvel maelstrom is a shiny, caged beast of a film that delivers on its every promise.

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We Bought a Zoo

By Dan Stewart

The type of old-fashioned family entertainment that Generation Xers would’ve tossed their stale bong water at.

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Vicky Cristina Barcelona

By Jonathan Crocker

Woody Allen serves up a sizzling romantic drama with three seductive central performances.

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Match Point

By Danny Miller

Match Point is enjoyable, if lacking in a little charm. Woody can do better than this, and we know it.

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