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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
48%

Bottle Shock (2008)

2
61%
3
49%
4
21%

Semi-Pro (2008)

5
41%

6
86%
7
60%

"Jackson's performance helps Resurrecting the Champ make its weight, if only by a couple of pounds."

Posted Aug 24, 2007
8
57%

Transformers (2007)

"Transformers is the comic-book movie on steroids, a fusion of sound and fury and sci-fi plotting that leaves plenty of room for a franchise."

Posted Jul 3, 2007
9
45%

"Unconscionably long at 2 hours and 48 minutes, saddled with a plot that badly needed streamlining and running a bit low on humor, Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End may not sink, but it certainly sometimes founders."

Posted May 25, 2007
10
61%

Bug (2006)

"By the end, the actors look as if they've been beaten to a near pulp, and the audience may share some of that feeling."

Posted May 25, 2007
11
98%

Grbavica (2007)

"Grbavica increases in power as it progresses. It's a movie about the ways in which people yearn for healing and about the many obstacles that work to prevent it."

Posted May 18, 2007
12
44%

Fay Grim (2007)

"In the end Fay Grim probably shares one unfortunate quality with the Hollywood movies so reviled in IndieWorld: It may be an unnecessary sequel."

Posted May 18, 2007
13
40%

"An amusing -- if not consistently brilliant -- edition of a series that has yet to show signs that it needs to call it quits."

Posted May 18, 2007
14
94%

Away From Her (2007)

"Away From Her deals with a subject that easily could have turned maudlin. But the performances in Away From Her are pitch-perfect throughout, and Polley never begs for an emotional response she doesn't try to earn."

Posted May 11, 2007
15
89%

Waitress (2007)

"Look, Waitress is no groundbreaker, and it's not likely to change anyone's life. But it provides a showcase for Russell, who knows how to make the most of it."

Posted May 11, 2007
16
70%

"An hour and a half of high-voltage bombardment, 28 Weeks Later doesn't really match the novelty of its predecessor."

Posted May 11, 2007
17
19%

The Ex (2007)

"Blink and you might miss Mia Farrow, who turns up as Peet's slightly addled mother. She probably should have stayed home."

Posted May 11, 2007
18
87%

"Bier's not timid about tossing any number of volatile ingredients into an already-simmering pot."

Posted May 4, 2007
19
70%

The Valet (2007)

"Think mediocrity, so much so that if you took away the French subtitles and had the characters speaking English, you'd have an American comedy most critics would shrug off as derivative and a trifle empty."

Posted May 4, 2007
20
29%

Lucky You (2007)

21
63%

Spider-Man 3 (2007)

"If there's a moral to be gleaned from Spider-Man 3 -- aside from the fact that heavily promoted franchise movies tend to rake in megabucks -- it's this: Movies don't necessarily need to hit grand slams to score."

Posted May 4, 2007
22
88%

"[Loach] has made an often handsome, always sobering movie that does what the best movies do: leave us a whole lot less sure about what we ought to think."

Posted Apr 27, 2007
23
69%

"Year of the Dog has a sweetly off-kilter quality about it, and it also lays claim to an additional virtue: It probably won't remind you of every other dog movie you've ever seen."

Posted Apr 27, 2007
24
70%

Diggers (2007)

"Clam diggers don't venture into the deepest waters, and neither, for the most part, does the movie. [It] serves up any number of slight moves, the kind associated with films that keep their gazes narrow and content themselves with small revelations."

Posted Apr 27, 2007
25
75%

Black Book (2007)

"It's as interesting as anything Verhoeven's attempted in some time."

Posted Apr 20, 2007
26
97%

"Purposefully uneventful and made in a minor key, Killer of Sheep moved me to tears. Contemporary audiences may not recognize it as a great movie. There's not an ounce of slick in it; it's neither manipulative nor hurried."

Posted Apr 20, 2007
27
71%

Fracture (2007)

"Fracture is aptly named. It's one of those movies in which cracks appear the minute you begin to look too closely."

Posted Apr 20, 2007
28
43%

"Kasdan, who also wrote the screenplay, allows a fairly large variety of problems to accrue."

Posted Apr 20, 2007
29
91%

Hot Fuzz (2007)

"Rarely have we seen a British comedy in which the protagonists are armed to the teeth with both wit and automatic weapons."

Posted Apr 20, 2007
30
11%

Pathfinder (2007)

"Blood flows freely here, but the movie never creates a keen sense of involvement or mystery. Even a major cliffhanging (literally) set piece winds up blurred by the addition of a blinding snowstorm."

Posted Apr 13, 2007
31
11%

"Perfect Stranger soon begins to look like another setback for Berry."

Posted Apr 13, 2007
32
69%

Disturbia (2007)

"Reasonably smart and sometimes funny -- right up until the end, when it sells out its intelligence in favor of a standard-issue dose of overwrought violence."

Posted Apr 13, 2007
33
83%

Grindhouse (2007)

"At three hours, the movie can become a bit of an ordeal. I'd say pack a lunch, but if Rodriguez and Tarantino have done their job right, you'll be too grossed out to eat it."

Posted Apr 9, 2007
34
74%

"It's one of those 'what's-not-to-like' movies, a fantasy about life and Paris that passes painlessly, a trifle elevated by its Parisian settings and our desire to lose ourselves in them."

Posted Apr 1, 2007
35
69%

"Blades of Glory doesn't pack quite the wallop of Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, but it offers enough rewards to keep Ferrell fans happy."

Posted Mar 30, 2007
36
66%

"It probably won't leave you feeling cheated, but its futuristic bric-a-brac and brainy young hero may not make your spirits soar, either."

Posted Mar 30, 2007
37
87%

The Lookout (2007)

"Scott's script feels as economical and focused as an entry in Chris' diary, and it provides the framework for a thriller that, for the most part, has been hard-boiled to near perfection."

Posted Mar 30, 2007
38
82%

Days of Glory (2007)

"A shattering tale of bravery and unrewarded loyalty."

Posted Mar 23, 2007
39
50%

"Colour Me Kubrick earns a place on the shelf where all the oddballs reside, defying us to come up with reasons to justify their idiosyncratic existences -- and perhaps not caring whether we do."

Posted Mar 23, 2007
40
45%

Pride (2007)

"This kind of story always manages to generate a bit of juice, and both Howard and Bernie Mac do their best to add character to the proceedings."

Posted Mar 23, 2007
41
48%

Shooter (2007)

"Shooter winds up being the movie that would have left us scratching our heads about Wahlberg's choices had he actually won the best supporting actor award for his terrific work in The Departed."

Posted Mar 23, 2007
42
64%

Reign Over Me (2007)

"The movie often feels as if it's drifting, yet it has a sad, lingering presence."

Posted Mar 23, 2007
43
85%

"Despite its split personality, Hurricane offers more good than bad, including a lively soundtrack featuring Benoit, the Neville Brothers and Fats Domino."

Posted Mar 16, 2007
44
89%

"A modest, almost negligible British comedy."

Posted Mar 16, 2007
45
87%

The Namesake (2006)

"The Namesake ambitiously reveals the gains and perils of assimilation, and it heightens awareness about how difficult it can be to strike the right balance between family demands and personal development."

Posted Mar 16, 2007
46
18%

"The off-color humor and R-rated language seems an attempt to reach out to his fan base, but in all, this attempt at "realistic" comedy never seems funny or emotionally insightful enough to matter."

Posted Mar 16, 2007
47
8%

Premonition (2007)

"She's confused. We're confused. So is the movie."

Posted Mar 16, 2007
48
66%

Miss Potter (2007)

"One of those films that commits few egregious errors, but scales few real heights. There is nothing either terribly wrong or keenly right about it. It's tidy, I suppose."

Posted Mar 9, 2007
49
85%

Old Joy (2006)

"You may find yourself asking whether anything's going to happen. But for those who can tolerate a slow-brewing movie, [director] Reichardt's work provides sufficient rewards."

Posted Mar 9, 2007