Rating Title | Year Quote Author
1 72%

The Adjustment Bureau (2011)

"Compare the adaptation to the original and you see a complicated saga of personal sacrifice streamlined into a rosy tribute to love supreme. Feels good, but also feels empty"

Posted Mar 3, 2011

Steven Snyder

2 88%

Let Me In (2010)

"Stripping away the mysticism and sexuality of vampire lore, Let Me In has taken everything tantalizing about fanged thrillers and converted it instead into an element of agony"

Posted Oct 1, 2010

Steven Snyder

3 96%

The Social Network (2010)

"The story of a groundswell,of an unlikely collaboration between a product and its customers that upended not just the value propositions of Harvard, but of the pre-web economy"

Posted Oct 1, 2010

Steven Snyder

4 86%

Inception (2010)

"I expected a lot,but still walked out hypnotized. Here's a movie that's 3 steps ahead of you, on 4 different levels, at 5 blinding speeds. Best of 2010 thus far. (No Spoilers)"

Posted Jul 6, 2010

Steven Snyder

5 99%

Toy Story 3 (2010)

"In TS3, we come full circle to the biggest question of all: What does it mean not to feel outdated, or misunderstood, but truly useless? It's Waiting For Godot at Lego scale."

Posted Jun 18, 2010

Steven Snyder

6 47%

The A-Team (2010)

"Brisk, brash, whiplash-inducing. And cracking jokes all along the way.The more this quartet mugs for the camera, the more fun this whole macho-fantasia experiment becomes."

Posted Jun 11, 2010

Steven Snyder

7 66%

The Karate Kid (2010)

"It's Smith who sells Dre's realization - the same revelation all children have one day, that they are not the center of the universe but only a young star learning to orbit"

Posted Jun 11, 2010

Steven Snyder

8 76%

Kick-Ass (2010)

"You can tell from scene 1 this was made by someone with vision and conviction, willing to risk offending some so he could wow others. This is no film-by-focus-group. Thank God"

Posted Apr 15, 2010

Steven Snyder

9 28%

Clash of the Titans (2010)

"The battles look great with computer renderings, but outside the Kraken sequence they don't inspire an ounce of awe. The gods have never looked more real, or mattered less"

Posted Apr 2, 2010

Steven Snyder

10 22%

Repo Men (2010)

"Repo Men asks us to consider: What happens when the corporations claim ownership over our very bodies"

Posted Mar 18, 2010

Steven Snyder

11 51%

Alice in Wonderland (2010)

"Such a delightfully giddy, silly, delirious movie. Tim Burton isn't being "Tim Burton" but is just having fun again, scrambling up the expected pieces"

Posted Mar 5, 2010

Steven Snyder

12 71%

The Crazies (2010)

"This is complete and utter anarchy with every person out for himself, as the idealistic American dream gives way in real-time to the darker impulse of self-preservation."

Posted Feb 24, 2010

Steven Snyder

13 34%

The Wolfman (2010)

"You know a horror film's in trouble when the morning-after scene is more satisfying than the 'night before.'"

Posted Feb 10, 2010

Steven Snyder

14 62%

Frozen (2010)

"I love the straightforward gall of Frozen. Here's a horror film that's confident enough to abandon superficial scares in favor of a far more insidious, intellectual concept"

Posted Feb 4, 2010

Steven Snyder

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