Spent: Looking for Change is a skillful examination of problems in the traditional banking system that are opening the door for the exploitation of America's struggling working class, and showcases the idea that we may be in a lot more trouble than we think.
Transformers: Age of Extinction is going to work for fans, and anyone who can be convinced to show up, and better than some of the earlier films, but it still has a lot of problems, and it misses out on some easy fixes/changes that could have made it a real winner.
They Came Together attempts to take romantic comedies to task in such a straight-forward way that it is almost a jab at movies in general. You won't roll in the aisles, but you'll have a hell of a good time.
We are the Best! is so clever that it often seems not to be saying anything at all, and the stars all deserve more attention and applause than there is any hope of them getting. There is no movie hitting theaters this summer that I recommend more.
Edge of Tomorrow is as exciting and engaging as it is clever and thought-provoking, and is perhaps the perfect summer sci-fi effort. Cruise and Blunt are so good that you almost don't notice how good they are, and Doug Liman has another feather in his cap.