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Rating Title/Year Author
A Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (2010) R.L. Shaffer It goes without saying, these final two chapters of the "Harry Potter" legacy are more than a little monumental. And director David Yates does not falter in delivering a rousing, epic fantasy/adventure worthy of the term "classic." EDIT
Posted Nov 16, 2010
A- Toy Story 3 (2010) R.L. Shaffer "Toy Story 3" might not be the best film of the three, but it's still a classic compared to most animated fodder out there EDIT
Posted Nov 8, 2010
C A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) R.L. Shaffer A Nightmare on Elm Street wants to be fresh and original, but it's bound by the constricted confines of the original's classic moments. EDIT
Posted Nov 2, 2010
B+ Inception (2010) R.L. Shaffer Inception is certain to leave audiences wanting, but in the best way imaginable. EDIT
Posted Oct 14, 2010
The Italian Job (2003) Ilya Schwartz Mark Wahlberg leads a team of thieves through the streets of L.A. to steal back what was stolen from him. EDIT
Posted Jul 16, 2003
Hulk (2003) Ilya Schwartz Ang Lee brings a sense of elegance and dynamic style to a new computer generated Hulk EDIT
Posted Jul 16, 2003
Finding Nemo (2003) Ilya Schwartz Pixar and Disney have teemed up again to bring us another instant classic. EDIT
Posted Jul 16, 2003
Bruce Almighty (2003) Ilya Schwartz Jim Carrey has some fun playing God, and we get to learn where monkeys really come from. EDIT
Posted Jul 16, 2003
The Matrix Reloaded (2003) Ilya Schwartz Filled with spectacular special effects and thought provoking ideas, The Matrix Reloaded doesn't quite lives up to the hype, but it sure is a fun ride. EDIT
Posted Jul 16, 2003
Hart's War (2002) Rumsey Taylor As an American propagandistic attempt to market patriotism (or courage, or honor), it is arguably successful; by its own merits it is merely decent. EDIT
Posted Aug 28, 2002