Creed is a great boxing film, returns to the Rocky franchise in a fresh way, is expertly crafted, and has great central performances by Michael B. Jordan, Sly Stallone, and Tessa Thompson.
Mockingjay – Part 2, the 4th film in the adaptation of a book trilogy, and suffers from lackluster source material, an unsatisfying ending, and being stretched into its own feature film.
Spectre attempts to tie up all of the Craig-era Bond films into a tidy bow, while also condensing a well-known Bond villain arc into one film, and never quite succeeds.
Bridge of Spies is more entertaining than a film about lawyers and Cold War negotiations should be, but less memorable than a Spielberg-Hanks collaboration should be.
Danny Boyle’s Steve Jobs is an above average biopic with an unique structure, great Sorkin dialogue and a strong central performance from Fassbender.