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Moose Hole

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
4.5/5
2
4.5/5
The 39 Steps (1935)
3
4.5/5
Blackmail (1929)
4
4/5
5
2/5
Munich (2005)
Munich's most glaring weakness, Kushner's screenplay, is so extreme in its revisionist interpretation of historical events it is likely to maker even pseudo-'documentarian' Michael Moore blush
Posted Feb 23, 2006
6
4.5/5
King Kong (2005)
Peter Jackson's King Kong is truly a rare motion picture event that can honestly be defined as an epic in every capacity of the word
Posted Dec 20, 2005
7
4/5
The Polar Express is at best a sub par family feature and at worst barely even a mediocre holiday 'classic' with no true sense of story or meaning
Posted Dec 18, 2005
8
5/5
The Island (2005)
Unfortunately it seems as though The Island, easily this year's most innovative and startling motion-picture event, will likely go unnoticed by a majority of mainstream American audiences
Posted Dec 18, 2005
9
4/5
Red Eye (2005)
What Steven Spielberg did for sharks and the beach with Jaws Wes Craven and Red Eye will do for airplanes, hands down
Posted Dec 18, 2005
10
4.5/5
The Chronicles of Narnia remains true to both C.S. Lewis's epic vision of the whimsical world of Narnia and all those who inhabit it and the Christian undertones which encompass the plot and character developments of the entire book series
Posted Dec 18, 2005
11
4/5
Chicken Little is surprisingly original, truly a credit to Walt Disney Pictures and the film's creators, with a balancing of heart-warming and emotionally inviting family values with analytic humor for each member of the family
Posted Dec 18, 2005
12
4.5/5 (A)
Wedding Crashers is amoral, raunchy and sophomoric but combined with its sweet-hearted romanticism and touching message it marks itself as the funniest movies this year
Posted Jul 22, 2005
13
3/5 (C+)
Tim Burton's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory is not so much a failure, far be it from that to be sure, as it is a disappointment
Posted Jul 21, 2005
14
4.5/5 (A)
The originative and visually stunning first half saves the film from whatever shortcomings its weaker second half, particularly its conclusion, may deliver
Posted Jul 8, 2005
15
5/5 (A+)
Batman Begins triumphantly returns the Dark Knight to his long since forgotten former glory which existed in the time of Tim Burton's original big screen adaptation
Posted Jun 29, 2005
16
5/5 (A+)
Ron Howard's commanding direction and Russell Crowe's competently driven performance unanimously makes Cinderella Man the single most impressive feat this year
Posted Jun 3, 2005
17
4/5 (B)
The Longest Yard fulfills what it set out to accomplish which was to deliver a load of cheap laughs to its audience in a senseless piece of comedic entertainment
Posted May 27, 2005
18
4.5/5 (A-)
Revenge of the Sith secures its rightful place as the best of the prequel series and the third best film within the entire six-part saga
Posted May 19, 2005
19
5/5 (A+)
The Empire Strikes Back is quite easily the most emotionally gut-wrenching, visually stunning, and cinematically inspiring films of all time
Posted May 16, 2005
20
3/5 (C-)
Kicking and Screaming truly devotes itself to its message of 'just having fun', which sadly results it a rather mediocre film and an even worse example for children
Posted May 13, 2005
21
1/5 (F+)
22
3/5 (C-)
Sadly audiences will need a guide of their own just to grasp one bit of material from the complex and ultimately bewildering Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy
Posted Apr 29, 2005
23
4.5/5 (A-)
Sin City (2005)
Sin City is nonetheless nothing short of visually arresting entertainment in the best sense of the word and serves as one of the more innovative film projects in recent years.
Posted Apr 2, 2005
24
3/5 (C+)
Garden State (2004)
Art imitates life - the prospects of what might have been make it nearly unbearable at times, but when all is said and done you do not regret having taken the ride
Posted Mar 24, 2005
25
2/5 (D)
The Ring Two (2005)
The sequel's tagline which states 'fear comes full circle' is in fact a subliminal reference to the toilet bowl in which this horror remake franchise was flushed down into
Posted Mar 18, 2005
26
3/5 (C)
Robots (2005)
If Robots has taught us anything of value, it is this - procuring the perfected art form is better left to the professionals, also known as Pixar
Posted Mar 11, 2005
27
2.5/5 (D+)
Be Cool (2005)
Who needs satire or parodies when you have a film out there that is willing, intentionally or not, to make fun of itself at the expense of others?
Posted Mar 4, 2005
28
4/5 (B+)
Constantine (2005)
Constantine sophistically blurs the lines between theistic principles and 'Da Vinci Code' embellishment to entertain even the least spiritual amongst us
Posted Feb 25, 2005
29
4/5 (B)
Hitch (2005)
Hitch more then states the obvious when it comes to relationships ... but does provide with an opportunity to take that special someone out to catch a charming romantic comedy
Posted Feb 11, 2005
30
1/5 (F+)
Fahrenheit 9/11 is nothing more then a stage from which Moore can push his left-wing propaganda down the throats of his callable audience
Posted Feb 7, 2005
31
4.5/5 (A)
Sideways (2004)
You will be able walk away from Sideways with a new view on life, on how we need not be overtly optimistic or pessimistic but instead be content with what life gives us
Posted Feb 4, 2005
32
4/5 (B)
The Return of Martin Guerre successfully bucks the trend of foreign releases being unable to maintain the same level of intensity and enthusiasm crossing the ocean
Posted Jan 30, 2005
33
1.5/5 (D-)
Michael Moore occultists can find some consolation in the fact that at least some left-wing propagandist piece could walk away with a golden statuette on Oscar night
Posted Jan 28, 2005
34
4.5/5 (A-)
The Aviator (2004)
The Aviator resurrects the aberrant life of Howard Hughes and presents it in the grandiose, nostalgic, and mythological style that only Martin Scorsese could have achieved
Posted Jan 14, 2005
35
4/5 (B+)
The Life Aquatic is without a doubt Wes Anderson's most ambitious adventure to date as few will judge the face value of the film beyond what is skimmed on the surface
Posted Dec 28, 2004
36
4.5/5 (A-)
What to literary zealots may seem like a series of unfortunate events might, in fact, be the first steps of whimsical and fruitful franchise
Posted Dec 20, 2004
37
2/5 (D)
Spanglish (2004)
Linguist complexities being the least of their problems, Spanglish's audience is in desperate need of a translator to decipher the message the film is unable to express
Posted Dec 17, 2004
38
2/5 (D)
Alexander (2004)
Alexander should be a shining example for future generations of intrepid writers on how not to pen an epic historical drama
Posted Dec 12, 2004
39
4/5 (B+)
Ocean's Twelve, in spite of its failure to surpass the magnificence of the original, does indeed match it based on pure entertainment value
Posted Dec 10, 2004
40
4.5/5 (A-)
Love actually is all around us - all we have to do is open our eyes and see it for ourselves
Posted Dec 6, 2004
41
4/5 (B-)
National Treasure, when all is said and done, is the equivalent of splicing together the History Channel and FX - visually engaging but a serious lack of substance
Posted Nov 26, 2004
42
2.5/5 (D+)
It is an absolute travesty to think that the savior of traditional animation is none other then the idiotic slop known as The Spongebob Squarepants Movie
Posted Nov 23, 2004
43
4.5/5 (A-)
The Incredibles manages to engage viewers and connect with them in such a spectacular and seamless way that it makes them - well, incredible.
Posted Nov 5, 2004
44
4/5 (B+)
Ray (2004)
Ray breaks away from the conventional norms, too often tied down by a burdening sense of political correctness, and drastically alters the way we look at the biography genre.
Posted Oct 29, 2004
45
4.5/5 (A)
Aladdin (1992)
Aladdin defied conventions and raised the bar when it came to all future animated films from that moment on, which, to this day, has yet to be lived up to.
Posted Oct 23, 2004
46
4/5 (B)
Whether you're a "right-wing nut job" or a liberal "wiener", you'll find something to laugh at in this film, one side more then other.
Posted Oct 15, 2004
47
2/5 (D)
SI once called it the greatest sports story of all time ... you can't help but have further disrespect for the magazine after witnessing the travesty that is Friday Night Lights
Posted Oct 8, 2004
48
3/5 (C-)
Shark Tale (2004)
Whether Shark Tale is a cheap attempt to cash in on the success of Finding Nemo or a lame attempt at pop culture humor, in either case it just simply doesn't work.
Posted Oct 4, 2004
49
4.5/5 (A)
Ladder 49 (2004)
Ladder 49 is simply nothing short of astounding ... there are few words to accurately describe the high emotions presented through its brilliantly crafted script
Posted Oct 1, 2004
50
1.5/5 (D-)
No matter how you dress it up, The Forgotten is yet another disaster in the area of science-fiction thrillers on the trash heap of the box office.
Posted Sep 24, 2004