They are in no particular order, simply because I wrote them down
in the order I remembered them - which in no way reflects on quality.
The Other Side of the Door: Jeeez. Don't waste your time. Dull and clichéd.
Deadpool: Despite the occasional sexist parts I found myself thoroughly entertained.
The Conjuring 2: Very good actors and scenes, just a bit slower than the first.
Zoolander 2: Unfortunately no where close to the first one.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens: Some silliness, but WAAAHOOO + strong female lead!
Keanu: I still don't know what to think, but I did laugh out loud a few times.
The Martian: Like an entertaining documentary for science students.
The Hundred-Foot Journey: If you like food (French + Indian), than YES.
The Good Lie: Toned down not to offend. Still makes its point.
The Witch: An old telling of an old tale, but beautifully done.
Zootopia: Lively animated tale with solid morals/points, but sucky score.
Joy: Good story. About time women get the time of day. Nothing special though.
The Gift: Tense, psychological thriller. Nothing new, but well acted.
Black Mass: The life of a sociopath mafioso, played masterly by Johnny Depp.
Still Alice: Sanitized portrayal of Alzheimer's, but beautifully done by Ms Moore.