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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
4/5
Gilda (1946)
It put Glenn Ford on the movie star map, and reinforced Rita Hayworth's seamy stardom.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
2
2/5
The best of Chuck Norris in film, and that isn't saying much.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
3
3/5
Until the elephants actually stampede the palace, this Liz Taylor vehicle is pretty talky drama.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
4
4/5
Dreyfuss got his Oscar for this Neil Simon romantic comedy costarring Marsha Mason.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
5
4/5
Early Billy Wilder comedy starring Ginger Rogers, Ray Milland.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
6
4/5
Hatari! (1962)
Colorful John Wayne Africa-based yarn w/slapstick, adventure, animals, and great Mancini score.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
7
3/5
Pretty tedious TV take on hit movies w/McDowall only movie tie.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
8
3/5
Talky, exploitive (for 1968) drama focusing on lesbianism.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
9
3/5
Timecop (1994)
More fun than expected sci-fi, cop flick starring Jean-Claude for kicks.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
10
3/5
Expected western sequel w/young Hollywood cast.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
11
4/5
Ragtime (1981)
Great to see very late Cagney in solid Milos Forman film.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
12
3/5
So-so character study directed by Sean Penn, featuring Jack Nicholson, Robin Wright.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
13
2/5
One of short series that gave James Karen his place in horror movie history.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
14
5/5
Loaded with jazz greats, documentary chronicles jazz festival, features Satchmo, Chuck Berry, many others.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
15
3/5
Pedestrian Disney cartoon w/nice Vincent Price voice-over.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
16
3/5
Semi-classic send-up of "Star Wars," produced very cheaply, but that's its charm.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
17
4/5
Very strong, controversial (for 1958) drama starring Hayworth, Kerr.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
18
5/5
Modern comedy classic w/Robin Williams in and out of drag.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
19
2/5
Atmospheric, early Universal horror starring Otto Kruger, Gloria Holden.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
20
3/5
Havana (1990)
Mediocre Redford drama set in Cuba of semi-old, directed OK by Pollack.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
21
5/5
Grim, strong drama about alcoholism with Lemmon and Remick's stellar work.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
22
4/5
Early Lancaster in Errol Flynn-type Robin Hood role; great acrobatics, comedy, action.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
23
5/5
Modern crime classic directed by Arthur Penn w/Beatty, Dunaway
Posted Mar 22, 2008
24
4/5
Colorful, fun Hitchcock pairing Grant and Kelly.
Posted Mar 22, 2008
25
5/5
All time classic in writing, Mancini music, and great stars.
Posted Mar 20, 2008
26
2/5
Dorky sci-fi glitz starring Zsa Zsa.
Posted Mar 20, 2008
27
3/5
Well titled and, for its purpose, a total success.
Posted Mar 20, 2008
28
5/5
East of Eden (1955)
Fine James Dean vehicle, one of few that put him into immortality.
Posted Mar 20, 2008
29
4/5
Grand Warners musical of '50s w/star Doris Day.
Posted Mar 20, 2008
30
5/5
One of the best sitcoms in TV history is hereby chronicled.
Posted Mar 20, 2008
31
4/5
Entertaining sequel w/perhaps first of big star voiceovers.
Posted Mar 20, 2008
32
5/5
Period talent, and WHAT talent!, in this WWII morale builder.
Posted Mar 20, 2008
33
2/5
Extremely disappointing comedy w/Wilder, Radner, DeLuise.
Posted Mar 20, 2008
34
3/5
Even weak James Bond is better than the norm action flicks, and this one qualifies.
Posted Mar 20, 2008
35
D
By film's conclusion, Drillbit is a mock hero at best, and the few bits of comedy have been overshadowed by viciousness.
Posted Mar 20, 2008
36
4/5
Notable musical for first pairing of Astaire and Rogers.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
37
5/5
Petulia (1968)
Julie Christie in her Oscar role + Richard Lester direction. Enough said.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
38
3/5
Is this Dracula 4 or 5 for Christopher Lee? No matter for his fans, it's never enough.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
39
5/5
Fort Apache (1948)
One of John Ford's cavalry trilogy, and a near classic on its own. Wayne and Fonda are fine.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
40
1/5
There IS an audience for these Godzilla flicks, but not from this corner.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
41
5/5
Flag waving, toe tapping, GREAT James Cagney performance as Broadway's George M. Cohan.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
42
5/5
One of the best sci-fi flicks of the '50s; the basis for 'Alien.'
Posted Mar 8, 2008
43
4/5
Popular TV series based on hit movies, violence + mysticism.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
44
3/5
Party Girl (1958)
MGM exploitation flick starring Robert Taylor and Cyd Charisse near close of their careers.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
45
4/5
Third in trilogy of Creature movies is best as monster is captured, experimented upon to be turned human.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
46
5/5
Gunga Din (1939)
Classic George Stevens adventure starring Cary Grant, and great cast.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
47
5/5
Classic Christmas animated tale, a perennial on TV.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
48
4/5
Frank Tashlin's live action cartoon, as usual w/his favorite star Jerry Lewis.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
49
5/5
One of John Wayne's best performances, and an entertainment above average on its own.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
50
4/5
Talky, but not surprising, since it is based on Hemingway story of old man (Tracy) musing about catching huge fish.
Posted Mar 8, 2008