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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
65/100
2
65/100
The Clock (1945)
3
65/100
The Blob (1958)
4
65/100
Inception (2010)
5
3.5/4
6
3/5
Somewhat erie and efficient, but never really gets under your skin.
Posted Sep 21, 2005
7
3/5
Rudy (1993)
Shamelessly manipulative, but who cares when it's so damn uplifting?
Posted Sep 21, 2005
8
3/5
The Wolf Man (1941)
Charming & fun 40's monster schlock.
Posted Sep 21, 2005
9
1/5
Vomit.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
10
1/5
Scorsese at his most droll and uninspired.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
11
4/5
Peter Pan (1953)
Perhaps Disney's most underrated work.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
12
5/5
A masterful adaptation of a masterful novel.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
13
4/4
14
5/5
One of the best--and most underrated--noirs.
Posted Dec 18, 2004
15
4/5
Outstanding poltical commentary, rife with tension.
Posted Nov 17, 2004
16
5/5
The Circus (1928)
Chaplin's most underrated, consistently hysterical, and imaginative picture.
Posted Nov 16, 2004
17
5/5
As good as almost any entry from the French New Wave...a devastating portrait of running out of time...
Posted Oct 7, 2004
18
5/5
Mesmerizing and heart-breaking...
Posted Oct 7, 2004
19
2/5
I suppose there's a certain kooky charm, but talk about dated...
Posted Oct 7, 2004
20
4/4
21
4/4
Ed Wood (1994)
22
0/5
OOOF!!!!!
Posted Jun 5, 2004
23
4/5
La Ronde (1950)
Charming as can be, but with a dark underbellly that belies it.
Posted Jun 5, 2004
24
4/5
A poignant portrait of sop-free love.
Posted Apr 13, 2004
25
3/5
Blade Runner (1982)
Visually dazzling but thematically mediocre.
Posted Mar 31, 2004
26
4/5
Underrated early Hitch with a killer finale.
Posted Mar 16, 2004
27
1/5
Too campy for its topic matter...Costner is typically dull as a 75 year-old unsharpened sword.
Posted Mar 1, 2004
28
0/5
Blackmail (1929)
Horrific and dated....worth seeing from a strictly historical standpoint.
Posted Mar 1, 2004
29
3/4
Bad Santa (2003)
30
3/5
Witty and snappy Almodovar....as usual, but still great fun.
Posted Dec 22, 2003
31
4/5
Tarkovsky's most underrated film, simple but riveting.
Posted Dec 22, 2003
32
4/5
A Bronx Tale (1993)
A superb directorial debut by DeNiro, a work that rivals Goodfellas.
Posted Dec 22, 2003
33
3/5
Crooklyn (1994)
Standard Spike Lee fare, which means it comes with its high and low points.
Posted Dec 22, 2003
34
3/5
The shower scene still sends shivers up my spine, and it's been years since I've seen it.
Posted Dec 22, 2003
35
4/5
Repulsion (1965)
Polanski's best by a wide margin. The walls! The walls!
Posted Dec 22, 2003
36
2/5
The General (1927)
Vastly overrated; moderately charming but I think I laughed once.
Posted Dec 22, 2003
37
4/5
Alphaville (1965)
Packed to the brim with imagination, particularly the insane 2nd half.
Posted Dec 22, 2003
38
2/5
Mizoguchi presents similar themes MUCH more powerfully in Ugetsu or Sansho the Bailiff; here, it falls flat
Posted Dec 22, 2003
39
3/5
Far too cute and ridiculous for its own good, yet riddled with so many strong points that it can't be overlooked.
Posted Dec 22, 2003
40
3/5
Delightfully charming and whimsical, if nowhere near as consequential as Fellini's best.
Posted Dec 22, 2003
41
0/5
Carnosaur (1993)
Few movies have ever been more inept and ridiculous...but maybe that's the point.
Posted Dec 22, 2003
42
2/5
The 39 Steps (1935)
As dull as anything Hitchcock has done, save the exhilerating final 10 minutes.
Posted Dec 22, 2003
43
4/5
A delightful fantasy for children and adults alike, one that cherishes childhood and its dreams.
Posted Dec 22, 2003
44
2/5
Overblown rubbish, with nothing to hang on to save the opening football field scene
Posted Dec 22, 2003
45
2/4
The Tracker (2003)
46
4/5
Extremely polished and featuring another powerhouse effort from Brando.
Posted Sep 29, 2003
47
5/5
One of the most powerful of all coming-of-age films, Los Olvidados is Luis Buñuel's first masterpiece, a blend of surrealism and horrific neorealism which implants itself in the viewer's mind for days. It's criminal there's not a Region 1 DVD available,
Posted Sep 29, 2003