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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
85%

The Hoax (2007)

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Posted Oct 17, 2007
2
79%

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Posted Oct 17, 2007
3
33%

Berkeley (2007)

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Posted Oct 13, 2007
4
12%

"Dramatic tension and narrative momentum are MIA."

Posted Oct 13, 2007
5
81%

" Comic and moving (without being overly sentimental) and completely unique, Lars and the Real Girl is one of the best times anyone will have at the movies this year."

Posted Oct 12, 2007
6
87%

Control (2007)

"Control is a haunting, evocative drama that stands as a fitting homage to the performer, his music, and his era."

Posted Oct 12, 2007
7
63%

"Though, for today's movie-going audience, Golda's Balcony may have limited appeal, it's a moving and vital story with many satisfying moments."

Posted Oct 12, 2007
8
78%

Canvas (2007)

"Greco takes his biggest risk, perhaps, when he puts that boat in water with father and son manning the sails. It could be a mawkish scene that sinks everything that came before it, but like the watercraft that symbolizes so much, the movie remains afloat."

Posted Oct 12, 2007
9
35%

"For a narrative that's positively overflowing with dramatic intrigue, Elizabeth: The Golden Age is only fitfully compelling."

Posted Oct 12, 2007
10
86%

"A brilliantly shrewd and maddeningly elusive figure, controversial lawyer Jacques Vergès alternately fascinates and repulses in Barbet Schroeder's gripping documentary."

Posted Oct 12, 2007
11
96%

King Corn (2007)

"Well, it's certainly one of the less blatantly compelling subjects on the non-fiction circuit, and the doc has a lower-octane approach than most, but King Corn is surprisingly absorbing and amusing viewing."

Posted Oct 12, 2007
12
57%

"We Own the Night may not feel any more special than watching a rerun of The Sopranos or The Wire, but as a serious adult crime yarn, you could do far worse."

Posted Oct 12, 2007
13
26%

"So relentlessly earnest and maudlin it makes Hoosiers look like a Martin Scorsese film, The Final Season is the latest and worst sports-themed underdog story to get the big screen treatment."

Posted Oct 12, 2007
14
65%

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Posted Oct 10, 2007
15
88%

Poltergeist (1982)

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Posted Oct 10, 2007
16
56%

Emmanuelle (1974)

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Posted Oct 10, 2007
17
70%

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Posted Oct 10, 2007
18
No Score Yet

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Posted Oct 6, 2007
19
76%

Outsourced (2007)

"A smart, low-key charmer."

Posted Oct 6, 2007
20
55%

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Posted Oct 6, 2007
21
47%

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Posted Oct 6, 2007
22
67%

Death Proof (2007)

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Posted Oct 6, 2007
23
No Score Yet

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Posted Oct 6, 2007
24
35%

"Call it a comic documentary, a true-life comedy, or a Hollywood satire, but however you karate chop this one, it's a kicky, clever, highly amusing romp."

Posted Oct 5, 2007
25
78%

Desert Bayou (2007)

"The failure of our current administration to act openly and efficiently in a time of crisis gets another documentary close-up in Alex LeMay's humanistic and provocative Desert Bayou."

Posted Oct 5, 2007
26
98%

"This is an impressive, critical film that should be screened for everyone who's ever exploited the Bible to justify fear and prejudice."

Posted Oct 5, 2007
27
67%

"To say the film is disconcerting is an understatement."

Posted Oct 5, 2007
28
74%

"Personally, I would have preferred to just listen to a CD of Azerrad's engrossing interview in my car -- then pop in a Nirvana album for the rest of the drive home. Smells like a fine idea to me."

Posted Oct 5, 2007
29
94%

Lake of Fire (2007)

"A monumental achievement, 17 years in the making and financed by Kaye himself, Lake of Fire reveals Kaye to be a far more thoughtful and mature filmmaker than his loose cannon public persona suggests."

Posted Oct 5, 2007
30
56%

Weirdsville (2007)

"Moyle is as deft a craftsman as ever, utilizing the widescreen frame to create a number of elegant, vibrantly colorful images that give the film a bright, bubbly energy in spite of the violence at its core."

Posted Oct 5, 2007
31
94%

"That Bar-Lev takes such care to depict them as complex, foible-laden individuals who can't be pegged either good or bad is one of the great strengths of this intriguing and provocative documentary."

Posted Oct 5, 2007
32
90%

"Michael Clayton is a riveting, suspenseful, rip-roaring entertainment."

Posted Oct 5, 2007
33
14%

"The special effects are not spectacular, but they are certainly adequate and Cunningham keeps the action moving so that the pace never flags."

Posted Oct 5, 2007
34
29%

"The lack of creative inspiration is at the root of this Heartbreak Kid's frustrating laziness and junky guffaws."

Posted Oct 5, 2007
35
11%

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Posted Oct 3, 2007
36
85%

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Posted Oct 3, 2007
37
89%

Misery (1990)

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Posted Oct 3, 2007
38
79%

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Posted Oct 3, 2007
39
87%

Funny Face (1957)

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Posted Oct 3, 2007
40
96%

"The ridiculous and the sublime collide, with tragicomic results, in Plagues & Pleasures on the Salton Sea, Chris Metzler and Jeff Springer's lively, fascinating chronicle of "Paradise Lost" in the Southern California desert."

Posted Oct 3, 2007
41
50%

Cruising (1980)

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Posted Sep 29, 2007
42
74%

"Uplifting and enraging in equal measures, Bill Haney's The Price of Sugar is a powerful issue-driven documentary that also happens to have one of the most compelling heroes of any movie this year."

Posted Sep 28, 2007
43
72%

Lust, Caution (2007)

"The movie has more power than a conventional adventure film because it has more to say."

Posted Sep 28, 2007
44
29%

Trade (2007)

"Alternately gripping and frustrating, Trade is a regrettable disappointment."

Posted Sep 28, 2007
45
51%

The Kingdom (2007)

"It is evident that Berg may someday make a truly great movie. The simplistic, jingoistic The Kingdom is not it."

Posted Sep 28, 2007
46
29%

The Game Plan (2007)

"This is not a movie designed to surprise, but as comfort food, it goes down pleasantly enough until the final credits roll."

Posted Sep 28, 2007
47
39%

Feast of Love (2007)

"The normally engaging Kinnear is so stymied by his synthetic and ill-conceived role it's painful to behold."

Posted Sep 28, 2007
48
69%

"Although The Darjeeling Limited pales in comparison to Anderson's best film, Rushmore, it's still a vast improvement over the director's last and worst film, The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou."

Posted Sep 28, 2007
49
94%

My Winnipeg (2007)

"Reality or just another Maddin fever dream, whichever, the images are striking."

Posted Sep 28, 2007
50
22%

"No better or worse than its video game-derived predecessors, hack-for-hire Russell Mulcahy's tired schlockfest blatantly rips off other, infinitely better sci-fi chillers."

Posted Sep 28, 2007