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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
A-
2
C-
3
C
2012 (2009)
4
A-
5
B-
6
B+
Zombieland (2009)
7
B
8
A-
9
A
District 9 (2009)
10
A
11
A-
12
C
This is not a terrible movie, just disappointing when considering all the talent firing and dodging lead.
Posted Jul 1, 2009
13
F
14
3/5
Hurricane (1979)
Inferior redo of original Jon Hall spectacle; state of art effects for 1970s.
Posted May 8, 2009
15
A-
Star Trek (2009)
...Elicits laughs, adventure, and refreshing, positive energy in a way series creator Gene Roddenberry intended.
Posted May 8, 2009
16
4/5
Above average WWII salute to soldier's journalist Ernie Pyle; early Mitchum starring roll.
Posted Mar 21, 2009
17
4/5
Rocky II (1979)
Pretty good sequel, among several that followed, this time directed by Stallone.
Posted Mar 21, 2009
18
2/5
Fun, silly werewolf teen comedy featuring Jason Bateman. This is the sequel to Teen Wolf, in case you couldn't tell.
Posted Mar 21, 2009
19
3/5
Much heralded erotic film (for its time) that made a sexy star of Hedy Lamarr.
Posted Mar 21, 2009
20
4/5
Must see viewing for this very brief silent film, the first American movie telling a sequenced story.
Posted Mar 21, 2009
21
B
Knowing (2009)
A stunning film laced with absorbing performances, jarring special effects, and atmospheric set design. It has been a long time since a film has evoked as many creepy, spine deep tingles as this one.
Posted Mar 19, 2009
22
4/5
Lili (1953)
Fine score, Caron performance in MGM musical fantasy.
Posted Mar 19, 2009
23
4/5
Underrated Dennis Quad performance as rocker Jerry Lee Lewis.
Posted Mar 19, 2009
24
4/5
Fury (1936)
Study of mob violence featuring early Spencer Tracy.
Posted Mar 19, 2009
25
5/5
Bizarre, unforgettable Nicholas Ray western that ends in two women shootout!
Posted Mar 19, 2009
26
4/5
Ellyn Burstyn's strong performance is highlight of this fine Scorsese film.
Posted Mar 19, 2009
27
5/5
Psychological drama has its share of chills; led by Dorothy McGuire standout.
Posted Mar 16, 2009
28
2/5
So-so oater featuring O'Hara and Carey.
Posted Mar 16, 2009
29
2/5
Mediocre even for its 1950s sci-fi time; low budget is biggest culprit.
Posted Mar 16, 2009
30
5/5
On target Warner super soaper features standouts Bette Davis and Claude Rains.
Posted Mar 16, 2009
31
3/5
Blaze (1989)
Supposedly based on fact regarding the relationship of Louisiana's Gov. Earl Long and his stripper girlfriend, this is noted mostly for the offbeat casting of Paul Newman.
Posted Mar 15, 2009
32
4/5
Creaky and dated, but Mae West and her biting dialogue still sparkle.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
33
5/5
Top fantasy film of any time; featuring Rex Harrison, Gene Tierney.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
34
5/5
Terrific documentary narrated by Leslie Nielsen, featuring rare Marx footage.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
35
1/5
The grand lizard rises again, after rising again and again.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
36
4/5
Fun Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr comedy romp with Stanley Donen touch.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
37
5/5
Sleeper that became a huge hit; all about the discovery of a soft drink container by a bushman. Funny, fascinating.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
38
4/5
Harryhausen effects are first reason to see this sci-fi mini-classic, and it is a fun trip.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
39
4/5
Suffers from age, but Trumbull's vision still glows, as does terrific Bruce Dern in practically solo turn.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
40
3/5
Milking the dinosaur franchise once again, and still OK fare for kiddies.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
41
4/5
Lesser Astaire, but still way above average for any musical.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
42
5/5
Stunning Elanor Powell dances, great music highlight all time tops MGM musical.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
43
1/5
The title says it all...and is the only reason to see this misfire.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
44
2/5
The first was far too much really; just multiply the gore by three.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
45
3/5
Fascinating still, but suffers from lack of more sophisticated special effects. Still...imagine Raquel Welch moving around inside.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
46
4/5
Somewhat notorious Garbo vehicle which co-stars real life lover, John Gilbert.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
47
3/5
Dated crime drama headed by top cast including Anthony Quinn.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
48
5/5
Absolutely superb TV, among top ten of all time...and this first season is a must have.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
49
5/5
A Murnau silent classic featuring strong Emil Jannings performance.
Posted Mar 14, 2009
50
5/5
The Letter (1940)
Prime Bette Davis featuring a memorable shooting in the opening.
Posted Mar 14, 2009