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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/5
Octopussy (1983)
The Roger Moore Bond days are drawing to close, as this weak entry shows.
Posted Apr 20, 2008
2
4/5
Dragon Seed (1944)
Quite moving, strong drama featuring Kate Hepburn.
Posted Apr 20, 2008
3
5/5
Near classic in 'Twilight Zone" vein, w/Serling at helm.
Posted Apr 20, 2008
4
D
88 Minutes (2008)
Pacino's frenzy, some nice Seattle location scenery, and an over-the-top ending right out of 'Batman' do not a fine crime film make.
Posted Apr 20, 2008
5
5/5
Superb, have to own and have to see again, despite the third installment.
Posted Apr 8, 2008
6
4/5
Hudson-Day sex farce (that is, in 1964) is fun relic today.
Posted Apr 8, 2008
7
4/5
Sub par Preston Sturges comedy starring Dick Powell.
Posted Apr 8, 2008
8
2/5
For gigantic laughs only...and Godzilla fanatics.
Posted Apr 8, 2008
9
2/5
Clunky 1977 Richard Pryor comedy really looks dated now.
Posted Apr 8, 2008
10
2/5
Unnecessary sequel to now politically incorrect comedy of alcoholism. Great cast, however.
Posted Apr 8, 2008
11
3/5
Mame (1974)
The fine music elevates this above miscast Lucy's negatives.
Posted Apr 8, 2008
12
3/5
Joan of Arc (1948)
Disappointing but courageous attempt w/Ingrid Bergman in lead.
Posted Apr 8, 2008
13
A-
Leatherheads (2008)
It is about as close as we will ever get to, say, Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell--in rapid fire wordplay. And the words, by Brantley and Reilly, connect fast and witty.
Posted Apr 8, 2008
14
5/5
Perhaps the best Tarzan film of them all, with Weismjuller and O'Sullivan in grand jungle form.
Posted Mar 30, 2008
15
5/5
The Yearling (1946)
Family classic, beautifully realized, involving a pet deer.
Posted Mar 30, 2008
16
B-
Pacing is brisk, the laughs frequent. With an ending corny and Capra-esque, 'Run, Fat Boy, Run' charms right to the finish line.
Posted Mar 30, 2008
17
3/5
Savage Sam (1963)
Not bad sequel to Disney's Old Yeller w/mostly same cast.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
18
3/5
Bob Hope, Lucille Ball comedy suffers from lack of laughs.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
19
5/5
Medium Cool (1969)
The mass media message is still relevant in this groundbreaking 1969 film.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
20
1/5
Dreadful Billy Jack sequel to sequel, and enough already.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
21
2/5
Is this Ernest 17 or 18? Matters not, since they are all Jim Varney the same.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
22
4/5
Cat Ballou (1965)
A drunk Lee Marvin on a horse to match makes this comedy western classic.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
23
3/5
Unfortunately this 30+ year old comedy-murder mystery has dated, but Wilder and Pryor are great in first pairing.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
24
4/5
The great music is THE thing in this musical biography.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
25
3/5
Punchline (1988)
Unfunny, at times morose, comedy-drama about standup comics.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
26
4/5
Great character studies highlight this James Caan vehicle.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
27
3/5
Mr. Music (1950)
Tuneful Crosby musical w/not so memorable tunes.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
28
4/5
Early Jack Lemmon comedy with real star power by Judy Holliday.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
29
3/5
Houdini (1953)
Colorful, but full of falsehoods, story of Houdini. Curtis is pretty good.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
30
5/5
Classically funny Wellman screwball comedy starring wonderful Lombard, equalled by March.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
31
4/5
Surprisingly fun, interesting angle on comic book hero early years.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
32
3/5
Pedestrian Disney, basis for TV series with Richard Todd.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
33
5/5
Quiz Show (1994)
Both dramatically and historically important with fine turns by Fiennes and Turturro, directed by Redford.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
34
3/5
The Hot Rock (1972)
OK Redford caper flick directed by Peter Yates.
Posted Mar 23, 2008
35
4/5
Above average western covering the Quantrill territory, full of fiction over fact, and starring John Wayne and Roy Rogers.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
36
2/5
Forgettable Tom Hanks comedy made early on.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
37
4/5
Among top five of 1950s sci-fi classics, starring great effects along with Richard Carlson.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
38
4/5
The Grifters (1990)
Clever writing and fine cast make this tale of thieves among us fun to watch.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
39
5/5
Fascinating to see this first season before all characters were fully realized; one of all time best comedy series.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
40
5/5
Among best of Cagney-O'Brien Warner team-ups, this one set in WWI.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
41
4/5
Cagney rises above musical material, and even dances!
Posted Mar 22, 2008
42
3/5
Unnecessary sequel is nonetheless entertaining; Roddy Mcdowall back in simian shape.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
43
4/5
The Spoilers (1942)
Rough and tumble John Wayne flick highlighted by brawl with Randolph Scott.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
44
5/5
Truthfully told musical saga of '20s singer Ruth Etting with fine turn by Doris Day; Cagney eats up scenery.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
45
4/5
Cagney and Dailey go at it in the yelling department; fun John Ford WWI story.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
46
5/5
Dracula (1931)
All time horror classic starring Lugosi; still creepy as blazes.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
47
3/5
Later day Flynn, who has swashed better buckles.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
48
4/5
Colorful, but failed attempt to emulate fantasy world of "Wizard of Oz," starring Shirley Temple.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
49
4/5
King Ralph (1991)
Interesting premise of Goodman becoming King works as fairly funny comedy.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
50
5/5
Fascinating allegory with war, death themes and little boy who won't grow up.
Posted Mar 22, 2008