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Entertainment Insiders

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3.5/4
Chrystal (2004)
2
4/4
3
2/4
The Ring Two (2005)
4
3.5/5
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Posted Apr 9, 2005
5
4/5
One of my favorite Dafoe perfomances. Sarandon is the drug dealer and Dafoe is her salesman. Nightcrawlers have never been captured better; look for David Spade in a great cameo.
Posted Apr 4, 2005
6
3/5
Q (1982)
Odd creepy special effects (the kind we don't see anymore) combine with a great performance by Moriarty to make this worth seeing.
Posted Apr 4, 2005
7
3/5
Slipstream (1989)
Really very sublime in places but ultimately too disconnected to be anything more than a curiousity (mainly in the casting).
Posted Apr 4, 2005
8
3/5
All action and little story made for an entertaining followup to the adventure classic.
Posted Apr 4, 2005
9
3/4
Sin City (2005)
10
1/5
Beauty Shop (2005)
11
2/4
12
3.5/4
Mondovino (2005)
13
3.5/4
14
3/5
Dune (1984)
Flashy special effects at the time still hold up decently today. Originally, the film was shown theatrically with a hand out that gives you definitions and background information. Before watching the film, it help if you brush up on the Hebert world by
Posted Mar 14, 2005
15
3/4
Millions (2005)
16
2/4
Hostage (2005)
17
1.5/4
18
3.5/4
19
.5/4
Be Cool (2005)
20
1/4
The Jacket (2005)
21
3/4
Dear Frankie (2005)
22
3/4
23
2.5/5
Constantine (2005)
24
3/4
25
3/5
Extremely funny whether or not you are an American Desi.
Posted Feb 7, 2005
26
3.5/4
27
28
3/4
The Woodsman (2004)
29
3.5/4
30
3/5
Popeye (1980)
Curious paring of Williams and Altman in a live action adaptation of the famous cartoon. Altman's odd sound techniques are not well suited for the material.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
31
5/5
The funniest Mel Brooks film, Clevevon Little, who died far too young, is a comic genius. With the success of The Producers on Broadway maybe we can expect a stage version of Saddles which I'd pay good money to see.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
32
2/5
Rising Sun (1993)
A 1980s style film adaptation of a Michael Crichton novel.
Posted Dec 23, 2004
33
3.5/4
Hotel Rwanda (2004)
Takes your breath away.
Posted Dec 19, 2004
34
2.5/5
Spanglish (2004)
35
3/4
36
4/4
Moolaadé (2004)
37
2.5/4
38
3/4
39
4/4
40
3/4
Hero (2004)
41
3.5/4
Collateral (2004)
42
3.5/4
Baadasssss! (2003)
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Posted Jun 5, 2004
43
3/4
Cautiva (2006)
44
3/4
45
3.5/5
46
2/4
Jersey Girl (2004)
47
4/4
48
3.5/4
49
3/4
Civil Brand (2003)
50
3.5/4