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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
4/5
Popular TV series based on hit movies, violence + mysticism.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
2
3/5
Party Girl (1958)
MGM exploitation flick starring Robert Taylor and Cyd Charisse near close of their careers.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
3
4/5
Third in trilogy of Creature movies is best as monster is captured, experimented upon to be turned human.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
4
5/5
Gunga Din (1939)
Classic George Stevens adventure starring Cary Grant, and great cast.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
5
5/5
Classic Christmas animated tale, a perennial on TV.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
6
4/5
Frank Tashlin's live action cartoon, as usual w/his favorite star Jerry Lewis.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
7
5/5
One of John Wayne's best performances, and an entertainment above average on its own.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
8
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
9
3/5
Sleazy atmosphere prevails with Fonda and Capucine as brothel babes.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
10
3/5
Good, solid horror shlock from the '50s.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
11
2/5
From the same people who brought you Godzilla and Rodan, another giant monster.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
12
5/5
Underrated, fascinating musical starring Steve Martin and Bernadette Peters.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
13
3/5
Major League (1989)
Sometimes funny comedy set in major league baseball with plenty of bawdy slapstick.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
14
4/5
Fine documentary about famed director Capra.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
15
4/5
Epic, briliantly photographed, but slow David Lean drama.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
16
3/5
Major Dundee (1965)
Very disappointing Peckinpah western "classic" is not even near such.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
17
2/5
Dumb comedy with good cast that goes nowhere.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
18
5/5
Power house jury room drama w/cast of memorable actors.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
19
5/5
High Noon (1952)
One of top five westerns of all time w/Cooper's Oscar winning role. Powerful.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
20
3/5
Lucky Me (1954)
OK if pedestrian Warner Bros romantic comedy starring Doris Day and Robert Cummings.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
21
5/5
Seldom seen, but GREAT little film directed by Joseph H. Lewis. Cummins and Dahl are perfect as Bonnie and Clyde types.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
22
4/5
Dated yes, but still joy to see Redford and Fonda early in careers.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
23
3/5
Give me a Universal horror flick from the '50s any time, and include John Agar.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
24
4/5
Great Sousa marches, credible acting by Clifton Webb make this a must see.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
25
1/5
Let's make it an old ending! Enough slashing and dicing!
Posted Mar 8, 2008
26
3/5
Extremely politically incorrect (endorsing infidelity) w/huge cast of comedians.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
27
5/5
Marnie (1964)
Fine, disturbing Hitchcock near classic w/Connery and Hedren in good form.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
28
4/5
Good News (1947)
Bouncy MGM college-themed musical sparkles with June Allyson.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
29
3/5
Ray Milland in low budget Roger Corman horror-fest.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
30
2/5
More of same slap-shtick w/familiar cast of goofballs.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
31
3/5
King Kong (1976)
Not as bad as reputed, this Kong has some good moments + great Barry score.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
32
4/5
Up in Arms (1944)
Par excellance Danny Kaye in first film; and very WWII in spirit, theme.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
33
5/5
Quite wonderful character study, great acting turns by Depp and DiCaprio, among others.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
34
2/5
Horror fluff noted for Lugosi starring role.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
35
4/5
Fun & gay, literally, based on hit Broadway show.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
36
4/5
The Glenn Miller Orchestra is THE reason to catch this WWII musical.
Posted Mar 8, 2008
37
4/5
Still entertaining drama, though dated, starring Bartholomew and Rooney, two great child actors of the time.
Posted Mar 6, 2008
38
2/5
Lock Up (1989)
Vicious, violent story set in corrupt prison, starring Stallone and Sutherland.
Posted Mar 6, 2008
39
5/5
T-Men (1947)
Hard as nails Anthony Mann noir classic starring Dennis O'Keefe and June Lockhart.
Posted Mar 6, 2008
40
3/5
Sequel dog time with leashed laughs.
Posted Mar 6, 2008
41
5/5
Air Force (1943)
Gritty, emotional actioner made at height of WWII. Strong cast.
Posted Mar 6, 2008
42
3/5
Mr. Mom (1983)
Now pretty sexist comedy with Michael Keaton assuming household duties.
Posted Mar 6, 2008
43
4/5
Kim (1951)
Fine later Flynn, pairing him with brilliant child actor Dean Stockwell.
Posted Mar 6, 2008
44
2/5
Mothra (1961)
Give me Rodan or Godzilla, but forget a giant moth!
Posted Mar 6, 2008
45
3/5
Keaton in starring role helps, but overall average laughs.
Posted Mar 6, 2008
46
3/5
Typical, typical Ernest nonsense, cookie cutter funny.
Posted Mar 6, 2008
47
2/5
Forgettable '70s musical fluff, over produced, not that listenable.
Posted Mar 6, 2008
48
B-
10,000 B.C. (2008)
CGI effects are letter perfect believable. The opening mastodon hunt/stampede is as good as effects seen in the recent 'King Kong,' greatly enhancing the film.
Posted Mar 6, 2008
49
4/5
Campy, colorful fun with the Caped Crusader plus several of his TV villains.
Posted Mar 2, 2008
50
5/5
One of Spielberg's best films, yet seldom shown.
Posted Mar 2, 2008