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"A so-called classic 80's comedy featuring one of Bill Murray's most inspired comic creations."
Mercury Rising (1998)
"Bruce Willis, an autistic kid and lots of explosions. You do the math."
Maybe, Maybe Not (1996)
"An entertaining gay comedy of errors from Germany who's main asset is the attractive Til Schweiger."
"The most instense and satisfying piece of science fiction ever made. James Cameron's masterpiece."
Swamp Thing (1982)
"A silly, campy comic book adaptation that gets the tone just right and has the good sense to cast Adrienne Barbeau's breasts."
The Witches (1990)
"A skewed, dark adaptation of Roald Dahl's story featuring one of Anjelica Huston's most energetic performances."
White Squall (1996)
"Stunning ocean visuals and a gut-wrenching storm sequence. An underrated and very good coming of age story."
"Captures the spirit and joy of growing up on cheesy old horror movies. One of the best pieces of nostalgia ever made."
The Funeral (1996)
"A strong portrait of gangsters from Abel Ferrara, one of cinemas best provocateurs."
"A shocking, raw landmark from a talented, if sometimes misguided director."
Wrong Turn (2003)
"A flop at the time of it's release, but actually a very good and funny female revenge fantasy from the seriously underrated director Susan Seidelman."
In the Army Now (1994)
"Not even as good as Bio-Dome, and I never thought I would ever say that in my life."
School Ties (1992)
"A solid movie about anti-semitism that is most noteworthy because of it's now famous cast."
"A movie about an older man stalking an B-movie actor that he has become obsessed with. It is a funny, odd, and also very sad portrait of a lonely man. A very good, original movie."
X2: X-Men United (2003)
Body Snatchers (1993)
"One of the creepiest and most overlooked horror movies made in the past decade, featuring a strong, scary turn by Meg Tilly."
The Fog (1979)
"A typical, gory ghost story done with a lot of very skillful atmosphere. One of the movies that made John Carpenter a name."
"Not funny bad, just bad bad. The worst adaptation of a Michael Crichton book so far."
Bullets Over Broadway (1994)
"One of Woody Allen's most inspired and ingenious ideas, played by a dream cast."
Jingle All the Way (1997)
"A career low-point for Arnold Schwarzenegger. Yes, even worse than Batman & Robin."
"A random, but likable knock-off of a Gus Van Sant picture."
Menace II Society (1993)
"A more honest and better made movie than any of the other group of films made about black neighborhoods in the early 90's."
Pink Flamingos (1972)
"What can anybody say about this movie? A great, big middle finger of a movie that has shocked and liberated audiences for decades."
This Boy's Life (1993)
"Leonardo DiCaprio, in his first major role, stole this movie right out from under Robert DeNiro's feet. A great coming-of-age tale based on a very good book."
Big Trouble in Little China (1986)
"A misunderstood, underrated blast of a movie from genre king John Carpenter. As imaginitive and fun as anything he's done."
"It just might be one of the very best movies ever made."
Bend It like Beckham (2003)
"The whole movie plays as if AbFab and My So-Called Life were put into a blender, with the director standing above it slowly pouring a bucket of hot-pink paint into the mix. I couldn't stop smiling. "
Wide Awake (1998)
"A pretentious, preachy first movie from an arguably great filmmaker."
"One of Steven Spielberg's best movies, because he for once isn't trying to say anything at all. He's just having fun."
The Last Seduction (1994)
"Linda Fiorentino gives her best performance in a movie that will go down as a genre classic."
"As good as documentaries get. A look inside the bizarre private moments of an important American artist."
"One of Robin Williams's unspeaklably bad filler movies, and maybe one of his worst...and that's saying a lot."
Spirited Away (2001)
"Kevin Smith's weakest film, and a guilty pleasure among his fans, but a movie that I found to be very rhythmless and flat."
Revenge of the Nerds (1984)
"One of the landmark tits and ass films of the eighties, and surprisingly a comedy with a lot of humor and even some heart."
Live and Let Die (1973)
"One of the last great, funky James Bond films before the eighties brought us a tamer, more plastic Bond."
They Live (1988)
"One of John Carpenter's better paranoid thrillers, featuring the great line of dialogue, I'm here to chew bubble gum and kick some ass. And I'm all out of bubble gum!"
Flirting With Disaster (1996)
"A brilliant, underrated comedy, featuring one of the more inspired comic screenplays in recent years. It established David O. Russell as a major voice in Hollywood."
Dead Alive (1993)
"A gore classic featuring an ***-kicking priest, a grandmother swallowing a cat whole, a house full of zombies, and a lawnmower."
Ruby in Paradise (1994)
"A great film about a woman running from her life and inadvertantly finding it."
Drugstore Cowboy (1989)
"One of the best movies ever made about characters who live on the fringes of society. Gus Van Sant establishes himself as a major talent with this one."
The Quiet American (2003)
"It's a political film, but not in the way that an Oliver Stone film is political. Rather, it's political in the way that Casablanca is a movie about politics (it's romantic and entertaining and tells a story about interesting people). "
"A near-perfect comedy, featuring director John Hughes at the top of his over-sentimental game."
"The story of Daredevil might be recycled superhero cheese, but it plays by that formula and imagines a fully-realized, fully-drawn character. And you believe that Daredevil would indeed need some drugs to get through his day every once in a while. "
"A stylish and interesting look at a moment in New York City's art world where everyone stopped to look at one person, who never seemd to quite fit."