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Kansas City Kansan

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
1/5
It's so hard bein' green...and entertaining to boot.
Posted May 28, 2005
2
4/5
Pretty impressive sci-fi for 1955, a near classic.
Posted May 28, 2005
3
5/5
Carl Dreyer's silent classic feaures a mesmerizing Maria Falconetti performance.
Posted May 28, 2005
4
5/5
Brilliant, disturbing storytelling by Spielberg with standout performances.
Posted May 28, 2005
5
2/5
Typical fun loving, acrobatic action Chan.
Posted May 28, 2005
6
A+
The unpredictable and fresh 'As Good As It Gets' is peppered with memorable Brooks lines and physical schtick.
Posted May 28, 2005
7
1/5
Mr. Wrong (1996)
So-so, forgettable De Generes-Pullman vehicle.
Posted May 28, 2005
8
2/5
Newsies (1992)
Overdone, splashy period Disney musical.
Posted May 28, 2005
9
1/5
Purple Rain (1984)
Bland Prince vehicle that takes itself far too seriously.
Posted May 28, 2005
10
0/5
North (1994)
"North"? This movie sinks due south, deep into ground oblivion.
Posted May 28, 2005
11
5/5
Memorable, brilliant, influential stage-to-screen musical.
Posted May 28, 2005
12
A+
There is a gritty, hard-boiled feel to 'L.A. Confidential' that is so audience satisfying.
Posted May 28, 2005
13
5/5
Badlands (1974)
Terrific, chilling debut by Sheen.
Posted Jan 5, 2005
14
3/5
Bronco Billy (1980)
Entertaining Eastwood, unusual subject matter.
Posted Jan 5, 2005
15
4/5
One Albert Brooks' best, laughs throughout.
Posted Jan 5, 2005
16
5/5
Auntie Mame (1958)
THE Rosalind Russell movie, and still fabulously funny.
Posted Jan 5, 2005
17
5/5
M*A*S*H (1970)
Altman's best film and most influential.
Posted Jan 5, 2005
18
3/5
Fascinating to compare this with more famous remake.
Posted Jan 5, 2005
19
3/5
Flipper (1963)
Good family movie is not just another fish story...or maybe it is.
Posted Jan 5, 2005
20
5/5
Consistently funny comedy of forced relationships.
Posted Jan 5, 2005
21
1/5
Which Ernest # is this one?
Posted Jan 5, 2005
22
5/5
A Walter Hill classic with super cool Bruce Willis.
Posted Jan 5, 2005
23
3/5
Stagey production w/enthusiastic Donny Osmond.
Posted Jan 5, 2005
24
1/5
Cheesy effects, slimy monster.
Posted Jan 5, 2005
25
4/5
Early Gere film with fabulous cinematography.
Posted Jan 5, 2005
26
F
The lame duo truly come off looking (as is repeatedly said in the film) like 'two low-lifes from Queens.' (published 2-17-95)
Posted Jan 5, 2005
27
A-
Looks, sounds, and feels like a Woody Allen comedy given a shot of adrenaline. (published 2-17-95)
Posted Jan 5, 2005
28
1/5
It's Pat (1994)
One-joke Saturday Night Live-based comedy. Yecch!
Posted Jan 5, 2005
29
5/5
Billions and billions of fun facts!
Posted Jan 5, 2005
30
3/5
Outer space chills and creeps, pretty dated.
Posted Jan 5, 2005
31
A
It is Bacon's absolutely powerhouse performance that helps make 'Murder' one of the classic prison pictures of all time. (published 1-27-95)
Posted Jan 4, 2005
32
3/5
Another Hammer treatment, as usual worth seeing.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
33
3/5
Godfather-like saga has its moments.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
34
B-
If this doesn't get you into the holiday spirit, may all of your presents be fruitcakes. (published 12-2-94)
Posted Jan 4, 2005
35
2/5
Not nearly as bad as the original, and that's not good.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
36
5/5
Primo Fellini!
Posted Jan 4, 2005
37
3/5
Mildy amusing with Chevy and Goldie in their prime.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
38
4/5
Muppets everywhere...and laughs...and guest stars.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
39
5/5
Three must-sees by one of the masters of cinema.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
40
5/5
Rain Man (1988)
Hoffman is unforgettable, Cruise holds his own well.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
41
3/5
The Champ (1979)
Pale remake of Wally Berry classic.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
42
1/5
Much ado about sordid trash and such.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
43
3/5
THE Ronald Reagan monkey-on-his-back movie...slapstick laughs.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
44
5/5
All-star cast in ultimately grim tale.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
45
3/5
PT 109 (1963)
Rapidly produced hero drama (JFK's WWII exploits) has its moments.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
46
5/5
Soap opera-ish Cary Grant/Deborah Kerr starrer still tugs at heart.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
47
2/5
Perfect (1985)
One-joke Travolta comedy.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
48
3/5
The Patsy (1964)
Jerry Lewis romp has its rib tickles.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
49
4/5
Romanticized Jim Corbett boxing fable; Flynn is still fun to watch.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
50
2/5
Captain Ron (1992)
Forced Kurt Russell, Marty Short comedy.
Posted Jan 4, 2005