It's been awhile since I've combined reviews like this, but I saw a few films at once that I don't think I could really flesh out into full reviews.
Selma - I was very underwhelmed by this, which was a shame. It's fully of great performances (Especially David Oweyelo) and the story is an important part of our American history. I'm not sure where it went wrong. The best part of this was the Glory music video in the DVD extras.
Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck - Interesting doc, but the home movies made me very uncomfortable. Two junkies with a baby frightens me. Cobain was a tortured soul, I wish it would've gotten better for him.
101 Dalmatians - This came on TV and I DVR'd it for my kid, I haven't seen this since I myself was a child, it's so hilarious how un-PC this film would be nowadays. The characters are constantly smoking, they're watching a TV program where a guy is shooting at a dog. They're openly talking about bashing dogs' heads in and skinning them. Damn, old school Disney.
Exit Through the Gift Shop - A really well made doc about Banksy and street art that really made me wish I could actually draw/paint a proper picture.
Kung Fury - You may or may not have heard of some Bloggers talking about this wonderfully bad short film that's currently uploaded on Youtube. You should check it out. It's brilliantly stupid.
A Deadly Adoption - So, I watched this Lifetime movie hoping to laugh at it's stupid awkwardness and I ended up thinking Alyvia Alyn Lind is one of the better child actors I've seen on TV in awhile. She was good! If Lifetime didn't have a history of rapey man hating, I would almost feel bad for them because Ferrell and Wiig clearly did this movie to take the piss out of the network.