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Kansas City Kansan

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
5/5
Noirish Huston classic with great story, cast.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
2
4/5
Magnum Force (1973)
Dirty Harry feels like a lucky punk once again.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
3
B
Zellweger's performance is major reason to catch this movie.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
4
1/5
Grating, irritating, truly a problem movie calling itself a comedy.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
5
2/5
This 'Flesh' has little a-peel.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
6
A
Big Fish (2003)
Burton has crafted a sweet yet bizarre film seeming at times like 'The Twilight Zone' in Oz.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
7
3/5
Mediocre Streisand vehicle.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
8
4/5
Madame Rosa (1978)
Signoret is absolutely wonderful.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
9
4/5
Memorable conclusion, exciting war adventure.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
10
5/5
Room Service (1938)
Some classic Marx bits make this a must-see.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
11
4/5
Dirty Harry draws again. Vintage Clint.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
12
5/5
Vivid, exciting Hammer production.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
13
A
Even without a whit of singing, it is the 'Wizard of Oz' of our time. (Published 12-22-01)
Posted Oct 30, 2004
14
3/5
Noises Off (1992)
Works much better as stage vehicle, but loaded with stars and laughs.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
15
4/5
Stylish Raimi western is violent, unpredictable.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
16
3/5
Zany, over the top klutz comedy with Aykroyd and Candy.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
17
A+
Director Peter Jackson's awesome three hour film, seeming like half the time, is the handsomest fantasy film ever made. (Published 12-22-01)
Posted Oct 30, 2004
18
A-
Vanilla Sky (2001)
Expect top notch work by Cruise, Crowe and Co.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
19
3/5
Slow, stagey Carl Reiner bio-based comedy.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
20
2/5
AAA calculates better road trips.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
21
3/5
Colorful super spectacle suffers from script, pacing.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
22
5/5
Indiscreet (1958)
Sophisticated Donen boasts star power of Grant and Bergman.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
23
2/5
Inflated action mars below par Aw-nold.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
24
4/5
Unique comedy with Steve Martin in great form.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
25
C
A crowd pleaser of enormous star magnitude.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
26
4/5
Wild plot has the ape man swinging on the Brooklyn Bridge. (Insert Tarzan yell here.)
Posted Oct 30, 2004
27
5/5
Norma Rae (1979)
Harrowing union vs corporation film has Oscar winning Field.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
28
3/5
9 to 5 (1980)
A women's lib valentine.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
29
5/5
Ninotchka (1939)
Garbo does laugh! Delightful political musings.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
30
5/5
Transformations still amaze; best version to date.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
31
2/5
The curse is the absence of Peter Sellers. Poor Niven is dubbed.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
32
3/5
Eee-hah! But Granny madeover?
Posted Oct 30, 2004
33
3/5
Tasteless one-joke premise actually evokes laughs.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
34
4/5
A minor classic in fantasy film circles with marvelous Harryhausen effects.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
35
5/5
Highly effective TV-movie with memorable Garner performance.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
36
4/5
As usual, Rutherford's Miss Marple is a plus.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
37
B-
Thornton's ultra low key performance is a plus, as is the effectively moody, black and white cinematography.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
38
5/5
Julia (1987)
Fascinating, well structured drama with Fonda and Redgrave at their best.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
39
4/5
Taught spy yarn for its time; Redford as always watchable.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
40
4/5
Star-loaded film with innovative plot.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
41
5/5
Definitely the best MGM Marx film; an all time yocker.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
42
4/5
Splashy Kelly production with a too-young Streisand...but she's stunning.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
43
4/5
Near the top of the hilarity meter of Laurel and Hardy greats.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
44
B
The Majestic (2001)
Don't even look for Clarence the Angel in this slow paced, but effective story.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
45
C
The late and droll Eve Arden stars in this mediocre film version of her long running sitcom from radio and early TV.
Posted Oct 26, 2004
46
3/5
Show People (1928)
Interesting Hearst-backed production starring Davies and other big stars of the era.
Posted Oct 26, 2004
47
4/5
Precise, compelling tale of one of WWII's biggest battles.
Posted Oct 26, 2004
48
A+
Mary Poppins (1964)
Disney classic musical even concludes with a strengthened family flying kites together. Uplifting!
Posted Oct 26, 2004
49
5/5
Stagecoach (1939)
Rustic classic John Ford film, Duke's first big one.
Posted Oct 26, 2004
50
5/5
A true crime classic film; DePalma's best.
Posted Oct 26, 2004