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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
77%
2
90%
3
No Score Yet

Isle Of Dogs (2014)

4
93%
5
46%

Anonymous (2011)

6
74%

"There was too much slapstick for my personal taste, but the people are endearing, the mechanization of the action is soufflé light, and the color, cinematography and overall awe-factor are undeniably captivating."

Posted May 17, 2010
7
52%

"Director Jan Kounen's complex, considered style brings to mind the '70s-era work of Bertolucci or Bergman; little is explained, but all is shown %u2014 this is definitely a coffee, pie and conversation-after type film."

Posted May 17, 2010
8
43%

Robin Hood (2010)

"Who doesn't smile at the thought of the tale of rollicking Robin Hood, Maid Marion, and the Merry Men? I can name a couple: Director Ridley Scott and star Russell Crowe. This dour duo bring a heretofore unexplored gloom and doom to the age-old fable."

Posted May 17, 2010
9
62%

"My eyes were like saucers at the sight of Jim Morrison in all his splendor in never-before-seen 35mm outtakes from the 1969 experimental short film HWY."

Posted Apr 5, 2010
10
40%

Armored (2009)

"Armored is tense, often gory, and quite arresting in that director Nimrod Antal does a grand job of building the characters up."

Posted Mar 25, 2010
11
100%

Ink (2009)

"Unfortunately, Ink's too-long running time and acting-class cast fade out any lasting impressions. I am, however, looking forward to seeing a more succinct but hopefully equally as visually impressive future feature from the director."

Posted Jan 17, 2010
12
No Score Yet

A l'aventure (2009)

"À l'aventure is a completely forgettable but not altogether bad erotic tale following the sexual (and very talky) self-discovery journey of young, beautiful and bored Sandrine."

Posted Jan 17, 2010
13
65%

(Untitled) (2009)

"With the use of Sahara dry satirical wit and subtle, whip-smart mockery, (Untitled) sends up the pretension of the art world with love."

Posted Oct 27, 2009
14
84%

Whip It (2009)

"Actor Ellen Page can do no wrong. Unfortunately director Drew Barrymore, screenwriter Shauna Cross, and cinematographer Robert D. Yeoman can."

Posted Sep 19, 2009
15
65%

"Director Miguel Arteta can't quite keep all the balls in the air long enough to sustain the film's running time, but he does manage a bang-up ending that's worth the wait."

Posted Sep 19, 2009
16
76%

Bronson (2009)

"While I can't say Bronson is - to lean on a running gag of the movie's - "my cuppa tea," I can't say it isn't art either."

Posted Sep 19, 2009
17
87%

"It's not only a super cute adventure, perfectly appropriate for kids of all ages, but the vocal talent is a bountiful buffet, to say the least."

Posted Sep 19, 2009
18
79%

"All the ins and outs of the conference-room falsehoods and the jet-setting subterfuge are fun to follow, but it's really the acting, characters, and cleverly interwoven backdrops which make the flick stick."

Posted Sep 19, 2009
19
86%

"It's all about the architecture of love."

Posted Aug 26, 2009
20
80%

"I was wowed by the unprecedented access to these men and the unconventional take on them as musicians."

Posted Aug 10, 2009
21
59%

"Tykwer brings his already masterful command of chase- and fight-sequences to an art form."

Posted May 27, 2009
22
10%

Bride Wars (2009)

"Blu-ray disc review."

Posted May 6, 2009
23
72%

"Blu-ray disc review."

Posted May 6, 2009
24
37%

Gigantic (2009)

25
70%

Sleep Dealer (2009)

"It's a good story and is well-acted and nicely shot, but its pace is disappointingly plodding."

Posted Apr 3, 2009
26
35%

"Everything is perfected to the letter, but it lacks the oomph of homage movies like Pleasantville, or the fun irony of social satires like Fido."

Posted Apr 3, 2009
27
89%

Moon (2009)

"Moon is definitely one of the better science fiction movies to come out since Children of Men and Sunshine."

Posted Apr 3, 2009
28
52%

"Can't get it up."

Posted Apr 3, 2009
29
65%

"Blu-ray, if you have the most up-to-date monitor and sound-system, really helps Bond pop off the screen. The sound, colors, and shadows are dazzling and even better than the movie theater (no distortion)."

Posted Mar 24, 2009
30
70%

Religulous (2008)

"Religulous is an unapologetically one-sided film, but if you're on that side, you'll definitely find it entertaining."

Posted Feb 18, 2009
31
55%

Australia (2008)

"Sweeping and emotionally manipulative, Australia is hokey and hooking, just like a good, old-fashioned soap opera epic should be."

Posted Feb 18, 2009
32
53%

"The movie, about a top-notch hitman who takes on an apprentice, starts off promisingly enough but winds up bleeding out about halfway through."

Posted Jan 9, 2009
33
95%

"A Matter of Life and Death / Age of Consent Michael Powell Collector's edition review."

Posted Jan 9, 2009
34
38%

"It's Daniel Craig as I've never seen him, baring all in every conceivable way. Joe Scott isn't an easy individual to play, but [he] transcends his cardboard cutout characteristics."

Posted Nov 3, 2008
35
25%

"Madonna's got her Godard down! "

Posted Oct 12, 2008
36
78%

"Burn After Reading is a crime comedy-of-errors that's pretty much flawless."

Posted Sep 10, 2008
37
54%

Choke (2008)

"A humdrum conundrum. "

Posted Aug 8, 2008
38
86%

"The documentary, narrated by Johnny Depp, keeps the action moving along, even when there are only audio recording or still photos available to illustrate points - it's visually arresting as well as attention-grabbing."

Posted Jun 28, 2008
39
53%

Viva (2007)

" If you love the '70s, and especially if you're a fan of sexploitation comedies like The Happy Hooker or today's me-generation throwbacks like CBS's Swingtown, then you absolutely cannot miss seeing Viva."

Posted Jun 28, 2008
40
35%

Vantage Point (2008)

"It's a lot like Memento meets 24... in a good way."

Posted Jun 28, 2008
41
77%

"The tale is told from the point of view of the man, which is an intriguing tack, but sadly, the sordid story unravels slowly and surprisingly tediously, considering all the emotional interplay, intrigue, gore, and gratuitous sex - I was bored beyond belie"

Posted Jun 28, 2008
42
59%

Quid Pro Quo (2008)

43
37%

"The DVD extras are fully locked, loaded, poised and nocked with info on the weaponry, Stallone talking about the inspiration for the story and the struggle to make sure that Rambo had a redeeming quality or two, plus hints about a possible sequel."

Posted May 20, 2008
44
78%

"In a summertime sea of superheroes, Indy emerges once again the coolest crusader of them all."

Posted May 20, 2008
45
35%

"Packed with calculated action, obvious one-liners, and pins and tumblers that fall magically into place at just the right moments, National Treasure 2: Book of Secrets is a must-see for fans of the original."

Posted May 20, 2008
46
76%

I'm Not There (2007)

"A true art film stuffed with substance and subtext, I'm Not There is a rare and refreshing cinematic experience indeed."

Posted May 5, 2008
47
36%

"A [cool] futuristic ensemble scifi dramedy with a musical twist."

Posted Mar 17, 2008
48
93%

Enchanted (2007)

"Enchanted manages to be a really cute comedy without being too cutesy."

Posted Mar 17, 2008
49
17%

Revolver (2005)

"A bloated actioner."

Posted Mar 17, 2008