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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/5
Cat People (1982)
Paul Schrader's redo has its own share of chills.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
2
5/5
Underrated film focuses on fascinating story of real car maker, played well by Jeff Bridges.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
3
1/5
As much a bore as its predecessor, the "Yellow" movie.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
4
3/5
Blow Out (1981)
Original for sure story of Travolta's movie sound effects guy recording a real murder.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
5
4/5
Fun, if not cookie-cutter, Agatha Christie-based flick w/Peter Ustinov fine as Det. Hercule Poirot.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
6
3/5
Young Guns (1988)
OK rehash of Old West villains, this time teaming them up in their early days.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
7
3/5
Elvis' debut in movies, and not a bad production. Set in Civil War with nice title song.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
8
2/5
Leprechaun (1993)
Another psychotic "thing" on the prowl, this time IN time for St. Patrick's Day.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
9
3/5
More a lesson in style (Ken Russell) than anything memorable, even with Twiggy.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
10
3/5
Actioner starring Paul Newman is worth seeing, but marginally.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
11
4/5
Still funny follow-up to classic "The Mouse That Roared.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
12
5/5
Poignant, simple story about a little Mexican boy.
Posted Feb 21, 2008
13
1/5
Please DO stop the music! A '70s disco holdover.
Posted Feb 19, 2008
14
5/5
An absolute must-have for true western fan; this Richard Boone starrer is the best TV western ever.
Posted Feb 19, 2008
15
2/5
Except for The Three Stooges, hardly worth giving this one a look.
Posted Feb 19, 2008
16
3/5
Pleasant enough old fashioned Warner musical with Day and MacRae singing the true oldies.
Posted Feb 19, 2008
17
2/5
Has little connection with first two "Halloweens," including true terror.
Posted Feb 19, 2008
18
5/5
The Informer (1935)
Among John Ford's first great films; w/Oscar turn by McLaglen.
Posted Feb 19, 2008
19
5/5
Das Boot (1981)
Just as good, some say better, than the original classic.
Posted Feb 19, 2008
20
5/5
Fine Tracy-Hepburn comedy-romance directed by George Stevens.
Posted Feb 19, 2008
21
4/5
Much fun amongst WWII w/Eastwood, Savalas, Sutherland, and Rickles.
Posted Feb 19, 2008
22
2/5
Very weak plot, acting based on flash hit song of the '70s.
Posted Feb 19, 2008
23
5/5
One of lesser known gems by master Preston Sturges.
Posted Feb 19, 2008
24
3/5
Fascinating on several levels, particularly pairing of Olivier and Monroe.
Posted Feb 19, 2008
25
3/5
Enough magnificence! Is this the third or fourth sequel?
Posted Feb 18, 2008
26
4/5
Khartoum (1966)
Heston is at his bravest, and Olivier is at his tannest. Good spectacle.
Posted Feb 18, 2008
27
5/5
Historical drama as well as vastly entertaining adventure.
Posted Feb 18, 2008
28
5/5
Funny Marx Bros classic, featuring four brothers on a tear at college.
Posted Feb 18, 2008
29
5/5
Great fun is this Rat Pack musical comedy set in the 1930s.
Posted Feb 18, 2008
30
4/5
Danny Kaye has some hilarious moments.
Posted Feb 18, 2008
31
5/5
Astaire and Rogers last teaming, and full of wit, music, dance, and comedy.
Posted Feb 18, 2008
32
2/5
Lame, yes. But it gave Don Knotts his first dive into movie stardom.
Posted Feb 18, 2008
33
3/5
OK Burt Kennedy oater featuring Mitchum and Kennedy in leads.
Posted Feb 18, 2008
34
4/5
WWII + Gable+ Gable singing! Add Norma Shearer for more MGM star power.
Posted Feb 18, 2008
35
3/5
Funny entry in long line of Doctor at... comedies produced in Great Britain.
Posted Feb 18, 2008
36
3/5
Premier surfing documentary by Bruce Brown.
Posted Feb 18, 2008
37
3/5
Fun, eerie 1946 wolfman thriller...with a lady wolf!
Posted Feb 18, 2008
38
3/5
The beginning of the end for the comedy team, but it does have some hilarious moments.
Posted Feb 17, 2008
39
5/5
Grim but compelling tale set in a Depression era dance marathon. Gig Young deservedly copped the Oscar.
Posted Feb 17, 2008
40
2/5
Sad, sad end to Peter Sellers' great movie career. Lackluster at best.
Posted Feb 17, 2008
41
3/5
The Gauntlet (1977)
Contrived to the point of ridiculous, but still bizarre enough Eastwood to watch.
Posted Feb 17, 2008
42
5/5
Gigi (1958)
Splendid MGM Lerner and Lowe musical classic in all areas: stars, music, and overall production.
Posted Feb 17, 2008
43
3/5
Circus World (1964)
The ONLY John Wayne film not currently available, and well worth seeing.
Posted Feb 17, 2008
44
4/5
Fun and tuneful, but not up to Robert Preston original. Still, Broderick is very good.
Posted Feb 17, 2008
45
5/5
Rarely seen character study of baseball great Jimmy Piersall with great work by Anthony Perkins in title role--and Karl Malden as his demanding dad.
Posted Feb 17, 2008
46
5/5
Quo Vadis? (1951)
Super MGM spectacular, Roman style, headlining Robert Taylor.
Posted Feb 17, 2008
47
2/5
Schlocky, schlocky sci-fi/horror, circa 1976. And it stars Marjoe Gortner. Say more?
Posted Feb 17, 2008
48
4/5
Artful, pretty forgotten (and it should not be) animation of best seller.
Posted Feb 17, 2008
49
4/5
Very funny, at least for Bogart, which casts him amongst cons on the run.
Posted Feb 17, 2008
50
5/5
The Mission (1986)
Atmospheric, fascinating drama set in deep jungle with strong De Niro and Irons.
Posted Feb 17, 2008