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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
0/5
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Posted Nov 22, 2004
2
1/5
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Posted Nov 22, 2004
3
0/5
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Posted Nov 22, 2004
4
1/5
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Posted Nov 22, 2004
5
0/5
Hudson Hawk (1991)
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Posted Nov 22, 2004
6
0/5
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Posted Nov 22, 2004
7
5/5
Modern Times (1936)
A masterpiece.
Posted Nov 22, 2004
8
0/5
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Posted Nov 22, 2004
9
3/5
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Posted Nov 22, 2004
10
An unimposing film of many a film festival, Federico Hidalgo’s “A Silent Love” is a decent film full of true human emotions
Posted Nov 22, 2004
11
Noel (2004)
I can think of 59,054,087 people who are intellectually deprived enough to buy into “Noel.”
Posted Nov 13, 2004
12
2/5
The Champ (1979)
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Posted Jul 23, 2004
13
0/5
The Good Son (1993)
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Posted Jul 23, 2004
14
1/5
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Posted Jul 23, 2004
15
1/5
Havana (1990)
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Posted Jul 23, 2004
16
Nostalgia, it is no good --
Posted Jul 23, 2004
17
4/5
Dreams (1990)
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Posted Jun 25, 2004
18
Fahrenheit 9/11 is anti-Bush as much as democracy, or human rights, or the truth is anti-Bush.
Posted Jun 25, 2004
19
Monster (2004)
It would require another viewing of “Monster” to be sure, but Theron’s performance may be one of the great performances in the history of cinema.
Posted Feb 27, 2004
20
Osama (2004)
“Osama” is at once an important film and a dangerous one.
Posted Feb 15, 2004
21
Big Fish (2003)
In this story about white man’s land and lies, Forrest Gump Redux swims in bogus racist nostalgia
Posted Dec 15, 2003
22
Despite all its attributes, "The Magdalene Sisters" is too little, too late. Forms of oppression need to be told while in procession. Not as a history lesson.
Posted Dec 1, 2003
23
Sylvia (2003)
A literary la-bore of love
Posted Dec 1, 2003
24
21 Grams (2003)
Clearly, Iñárritu is a genius in the making. He is not there yet with “21 Grams”, but watch out. He will leave more than 21 Grams when his time comes.
Posted Dec 1, 2003
25
Elephant (2003)
Whereas “Gerry” pushes its protagonists out of time into desolate space, “Elephant” is about precocious time and concentrated structure.
Posted Dec 1, 2003
26
Mystic River (2003)
Mystic River is pretty strong stuff, the best straight drama to emerge from Hollywood this year.
Posted Oct 13, 2003
27
3/5
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
28
3/5
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
29
3/5
Cover Girl (1944)
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
30
1/5
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
31
3/5
Texasville (1991)
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
32
3/5
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
33
3/5
Funny the first time. Multiple viewings offer nothing.
Posted Aug 22, 2003
34
2/5
Goin' South (1978)
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
35
2/5
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
36
3/5
8 1/2 (1963)
Most overrated film of all time.
Posted Aug 22, 2003
37
2/5
The Toy (1982)
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
38
5/5
Rashômon (1951)
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
39
5/5
A great film which can be explored on multiple levels.
Posted Aug 22, 2003
40
2/5
Blood Simple (1984)
Useless update
Posted Aug 22, 2003
41
4/5
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
42
3/5
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
43
3/5
Antonioni's worse film ever
Posted Aug 22, 2003
44
2/5
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
45
4/5
East of Eden (1955)
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
46
3/5
One of Tavernier's worse
Posted Aug 22, 2003
47
2/5
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
48
4/5
Scared many a mom
Posted Aug 22, 2003
49
3/5
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Posted Aug 22, 2003
50
2/5
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Posted Aug 22, 2003