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Echo Magazine

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
B
K-11 (2013)
2
3.5/5
The Ten (2007)
3
3.5/5
Sunshine (2007)
Despite referencing endless other better sci-fi films, Sunshine is its own glowing creation. Danny Boyle's visual talent and a terrific cast elevate the mundane aspects of the script.
Posted Aug 9, 2007
4
5/5
Sicko (2007)
Nobody with a heart and soul could leave unchanged after seeing this scalpel-sharp documentary...I have three words of advice this summer: Seek out Sicko!
Posted Aug 9, 2007
5
4.5/5
Ratatouille (2007)
Would that these culinary rats could have put a little spice into "No Reservations"! Ratatouille is an animated love letter to the art of fine cuisine, creating it, enjoying it, and even critiquing it. It's almost too mature in its devotion to its subject
Posted Aug 9, 2007
6
4/5
Unlike the Star Trek films, the Harry Potter films excel in their odd-numbered outings. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix is lighter and quicker than "Goblet of Fire" and ten times more enjoyable.
Posted Aug 9, 2007
7
3/5
Transformers (2007)
Eventually, though, the big metal things start talking and possessing names like Optimus Prime, Ratchet, and Bumblebee. This is the point that separates the men from the boy-geeks, and I just couldn't make that leap.
Posted Aug 9, 2007
8
2.5/5
No Reservations made me hungry...for a romantic comedy not as bland and undercooked as this forgettable trifle.
Posted Aug 9, 2007
9
4.5/5
Something's rotten in the town of Springfield--Is it any surprise that it traces back to Homer and a giant silo full of pig crap? The Simpsons Movie does the impossible, it turns the brilliant show into a classic movie experience.
Posted Aug 9, 2007
10
4/5
Stardust (2007)
Stardust is a magical mystery tour with just enough self-aware wit and great performances to make it a bright spot in summer films!
Posted Aug 9, 2007
11
2/5
Chaplin (1992)
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
12
4/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
13
3/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
14
4/5
Ghost (1990)
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
15
4/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
16
3/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
17
5/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
18
1/5
Paradise (1982)
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
19
4/5
Rain (1932)
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
20
5/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
21
3/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
22
1/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
23
4/5
Party Girl (1995)
It's great to see where Parker Posey established her indie cred in this too-cool comedy.
Posted Jul 29, 2007
24
4/5
Primal Fear (1996)
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
25
0/5
Clifford (1994)
A hellish, horrible experience wasting the talents of all involved.
Posted Jul 29, 2007
26
4/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
27
1/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
28
2/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
29
3/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
30
4/5
She-Devil (1989)
Meryl Streep is divine in this misguided guilty pleasure
Posted Jul 29, 2007
31
5/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
32
3/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
33
4/5
The Crucible (1996)
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
34
4/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
35
3/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
36
4/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
37
4/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
38
3/5
Prophecy (1979)
Truly a guilty pleasure! When your radioactive grizzly bear looks like someone poured a strawberry sundae on its head, you know you're in for a good time!
Posted Jul 29, 2007
39
1/5
No Mercy (1986)
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
40
4/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
41
4/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
42
3/5
This last gasp MGM musical still features enough curiousity to make it worthwhile.
Posted Jul 29, 2007
43
2/5
Copycat (1995)
Great cast but too nasty-tempered to elevate it from its sordid serial killer roots.
Posted Jul 29, 2007
44
4/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
45
4/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
46
0/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
47
3/5
The Rescuers (1977)
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
48
4/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
49
4/5
Zardoz (1974)
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Posted Jul 29, 2007
50
3/5
Chances Are (1989)
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Posted Jul 29, 2007