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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
1408 (2007)
A minor idea squandered by ham-fisted details.
Posted Jul 11, 2007
2
Black Sheep (2006)
[A] refreshingly fun and over-the-top take on the sickeningly overdone zombie genre.
Posted Jul 11, 2007
3
Of all the summer's big-budget action sequels, Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer is the least painful.
Posted Jul 11, 2007
4
Evan Almighty strains consistently to pave the way for topical humor, yet lacks inspired comedic charm and a cogent message.
Posted Jul 11, 2007
5
Sicko (2007)
In moving away from the dirty arena of polemics, Sicko accomplishes something Moore has sought for quite some time: coherence.
Posted Jul 11, 2007
6
7
To call this the best Die Hard movie ever made merely acknowledges that Director Len Wiseman simplifies the franchise to its basic elements: Predicament, Villain, Hero, Action.
Posted Jul 11, 2007
8
Joshua (2007)
Joshua survives its muddled experimentation with homage and mystery primarily due to the ability of its cast to play it straight through all the mood changes.
Posted Jul 11, 2007
9
Rescue Dawn (2007)
Rescue Dawn's late-coming Vietnam war story -- [Werner] Herzog's first American drama -- is his best film since his great 1970s period.
Posted Jul 11, 2007
10
Transformers (2007)
Too bad the filmmakers don't let these bots take over the spectacle.
Posted Jul 11, 2007
11
Match Point (2005)
12
Caché (2005)
Haneke's aspiration to artistry is hideously high-toned.
Posted Jan 1, 2006
13
Transamerica (2006)
The most original American movie comedy this year.
Posted Dec 6, 2005
14
It's part of that American eccentricity to obsess over growing up. Anderson's obsession has genuine, daffy substance.
Posted Dec 10, 2004
15