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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
4/5
Great Danny Kaye fantasy-comedy, making far turns from Thurber story basis.
Posted Oct 23, 2008
2
1/5
Bug (1975)
Dumb, dumb horror flick on C level starring killer bugs.
Posted Oct 23, 2008
3
3/5
Night Shift (1982)
Oft fun comedy noted for its boost to Michael Keaton's career; early Ron Howard direction.
Posted Oct 23, 2008
4
4/5
Fine, but overrated Pacino vehicle directed by Lumet.
Posted Oct 23, 2008
5
3/5
An almost classic if it were not for the silly feminine element which hurts clever story.
Posted Oct 23, 2008
6
5/5
Colorful, tuneful, brassy musical version of Berlin's hit Broadway show.
Posted Oct 23, 2008
7
3/5
Black Beauty (1971)
Pleasant version of classic children's story headed by Oliver's Mark Lester.
Posted Oct 23, 2008
8
2/5
Sub-mediocre bio about Brown Bomber that should have been better.
Posted Oct 23, 2008
9
3/5
Thunderheart (1992)
Unique film set on Native American reservation and featuring Val Kilmer.
Posted Oct 16, 2008
10
3/5
So-so adventure fantasy that spawned several sequels.
Posted Oct 16, 2008
11
2/5
Very dated Matt Helm with Dean Martin, but has campy appeal.
Posted Oct 16, 2008
12
4/5
Above average depiction of infamous WWII battleship Bismark.
Posted Oct 16, 2008
13
5/5
Solid romantic classic directed by David Lean. Johnson and Howard are terrific.
Posted Oct 16, 2008
14
3/5
Pedestrian but pleasing MGM second tier musical starring Van Johnson and June Allyson.
Posted Oct 16, 2008
15
3/5
High adventure Disney outing is fun with Hayley Mills and none other than Maurice Chevalier.
Posted Oct 16, 2008
16
C
W. (2008)
Of all the depictions, Brolin, Cromwell, Jones and Wright come off best without being impressionist comic characters. Best of all is Dreyfuss' Cheney. The sneer, the shifty eyes, and the demeanor are dead on.
Posted Oct 16, 2008
17
C-
Where is Meryl Streep? After all, 'The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor' seems to have everything else in its mix, including a three-headed dragon (and) Abominable SnowMEN.
Posted Aug 1, 2008
18
5/5
The Bravados (1958)
A-1 western revenge flick with strong Peck performance.
Posted Jul 17, 2008
19
4/5
The Fury (1978)
Above average supernatural doings with Kirk Douglas and some paranormal youngsters.
Posted Jul 17, 2008
20
3/5
OK sandals and loin cloth muscle adventure...which made Arnold a star.
Posted Jul 17, 2008
21
A
A triumph in comic book movies...the best Batman movie ever made. But it is Ledger's demeanor--his body language, eye contact, and delivery--that gets under one's skin.
Posted Jul 17, 2008
22
3/5
Humdrum remake of Tracy classic, but has its moments with Steve Martin.
Posted Jun 21, 2008
23
5/5
Definitely in top five of all-time Ford/Wayne westerns. Gorgeous color too.
Posted Jun 21, 2008
24
5/5
Marathon Man (1976)
If this doesn't turn you against going to the dentist, nothing will. Terrifying, pulsating film w/Hoffman.
Posted Jun 21, 2008
25
5/5
Kotch (1971)
Great turn by Walter Matthau in aged makeup, and nicely directed by friend Jack Lemmon.
Posted Jun 21, 2008
26
3/5
1965 teen exploiter starring Ann-Margret, then a starlet vixen.
Posted Jun 21, 2008
27
4/5
Above average spy adventure w/young Jon Voight.
Posted Jun 21, 2008
28
4/5
Elephant Boy (1937)
Robert Flaherty's craftsmanship shows in one of his best Hollywood features.
Posted Jun 21, 2008
29
5/5
Fine Fritz Lang telling of Frank James (Fonda) in sequel to Jesse James.
Posted Jun 21, 2008
30
5/5
Best telling so far of classic novel w/fine Colman turn.
Posted Jun 21, 2008
31
4/5
Very impressive animation, as well as above norm comic book stories.
Posted Jun 21, 2008
32
D+
Get Smart (2008)
A mishmash...looking more like a Roger Moore Bond parody. There are numerous airplane stunt sequences, explosions and gunfights...(that) fatally bleed the character-driven humor of the original series.
Posted Jun 21, 2008
33
5/5
Strong MGM WWII drama with large star roster, serious story.
Posted Jun 13, 2008
34
3/5
Plaza Suite (1971)
Mediocre Neil Simon-based flick with some frantic work by Matthau and Co.
Posted Jun 13, 2008
35
2/5
Sextette (1978)
Notable only for Mae West and a cast of future movie names.
Posted Jun 13, 2008
36
2/5
3-D raises the rating a mini-bar...but what a George Nader classic this is!
Posted Jun 13, 2008
37
3/5
Character driven story with nice work by Matthau and Burnett.
Posted Jun 13, 2008
38
3/5
So-so Gary Cooper quasi-western; very talky, very lumbering.
Posted Jun 13, 2008
39
C-
...Adolescent heaven personified with endless, wallopin' fights between WWF-looking steroidians, highlighting a mindless production akin to a widescreen video game. In the oft pounded word of The Hulk himself, 'Grrrrr!'
Posted Jun 13, 2008
40
5/5
MGM tear jerker supreme for dog and child fans.
Posted May 22, 2008
41
4/5
Unusual, big budget western concerning horse race to deathly finish.
Posted May 22, 2008
42
3/5
Uplifting (for some) fantasy-comedy-drama. Stick with original version from 1950s.
Posted May 22, 2008
43
2/5
Dumb chimp-gorilla-orangutan genre laughs, and forgettable.
Posted May 22, 2008
44
1/5
Low, low "comedy"--makes The Three Stooges look Shakespearean.
Posted May 22, 2008
45
5/5
Safety Last! (1923)
One of Harold Lloyd's funniest comedies, and silent.
Posted May 22, 2008
46
2/5
Phantasm II (2000)
Second in the horrorific series, not for everyone's cup of plasma.
Posted May 22, 2008
47
3/5
Fine, mediocre Disney from the late 1950s, celebrating Americanism.
Posted May 22, 2008
48
5/5
Patton (1970)
Superb telling of WWII General George Patton, brilliantly played by George C. Scott.
Posted May 22, 2008
49
B+
Skulls and cliffhanging aside, 'Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull' is a nostalgic reunion for fans. Harrison Ford, with his quirky (and often funny) delivery...has copyrighted this great, heroic character as his alone.
Posted May 22, 2008
50
2/5
Erratic failure of comedy featuring Jodie Foster, Beau Bridges.
Posted May 4, 2008