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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/4
2
2.5/4
3
2/4
4
3/4
Speed Racer (2008)
5
3.5/4
Iron Man (2008)
6
1.5/4
7
2/4
8
2/4
Leatherheads (2008)
9
3/4
10
3/4
Stop-Loss (2008)
11
3.5/4
12
2/4
13
3/4
14
2.5/4
15
3/4
16
1/4
10,000 B.C. (2008)
17
2/4
Semi-Pro (2008)
18
2.5/4
19
1.5/4
20
2/4
It plays like Cliff's Notes of the political themes Romero has already explored more effectively with his other movies.
Posted Feb 17, 2008
21
3/4
Cloverfield (2008)
The POV [camera] IS the movie...and we get to see lots of angles of the monster. On that point, it totally delivers.
Posted Jan 18, 2008
22
4/4
Any towering institution is capable of producing monsters, even if none of them are as far removed from human frailty as Plainview [Day-Lewis] and his pitiable nemesis [Dano].
Posted Jan 16, 2008
23
4/4
This genius collaboration between director of photography Janusz Kaminski and Schnabel immerses you in Bauby's situation so that it becomes your reality.
Posted Jan 4, 2008
24
3.5/4
25
3/4
Reilly is fantastic, the music is right on, and the commentary is obnoxiously accurate, so while Walk Hard may not go to 11, it's definitely worth a seven or an eight.
Posted Dec 24, 2007
26
2.5/4
It's like Dario Argento blood just spurting everywhere...
Posted Dec 21, 2007
27
2.5/4
[It's]a satire of the second Cold War and clueless American politics, while also celebrating the comparatively loose morals and naiveté of the greed decade.
Posted Dec 20, 2007
28
2/4
I Am Legend (2007)
The third act is where it finally, fatally trips itself up. A couple of key revelations seem like they are leading somewhere and suddenly, the film is over.
Posted Dec 13, 2007
29
2/4
...rushed like crazy, from one scene to another, introducing characters, spouting [forced] dialogue.
Posted Dec 7, 2007
30
3/4
31
4/4
32
3/4
Beowulf (2007)
33
.5/4
It is exhibitionist cinema for the post-Crash era, designed to tell us what we already know and somehow stir us out of our apathy simultaneously.
Posted Nov 9, 2007
34
3.5/4
Scott presents the mob leader as a beaten-down minority who finally gets his due, but not without a serious look at the consequences.
Posted Nov 1, 2007
35
1.5/4
36
3/4
37
3/4
Gilroy has crafted a smart thriller that revolves around a corporate cover-up but doesn't burrow into hair-splitting details and stays away from cliché.
Posted Oct 12, 2007
38
2/4
39
2.5/4
40
3/4
41
3.5/4
This may take place in the insular world of men who spend too much time in front of dimly-lit video screens, but that does not make this very un-Homeric struggle for glory any less engaging.
Posted Sep 10, 2007
42
2.5/4
Shoot 'Em Up (2007)
Though it has no real characters and a completely nonsensical plot, it is a welcome respite from other uber-violent movies like 300 that are itself parodies and don't even realize it.
Posted Sep 7, 2007
43
3/4
3:10 to Yuma (2007)
What Mangold had crafted is like a classic western in theme, but it resembles a modern movie in its pace and its complicated, multi-layered characterizations.
Posted Sep 7, 2007
44
1/4
45
2/4
46
2/4
In a successful comedy of manners, the screenwriter and director are supposed to build the carefully lain plot to a frenzied fever pitch. Between Craig's lackluster script and Oz's tepid direction, its gait never gets beyond that of an elderly mallwalker.
Posted Aug 16, 2007
47
3.5/4
Superbad (2007)
48
2.5/4
Rush Hour 3 (2007)
You've got to hand it to Brett Ratner. He knows how to make a formula comedy breeze by in an efficient 90 minutes.
Posted Aug 10, 2007
49
2.5/4
[It is] in the unique and unfair position of having a lot to live up to, and The Simpsons Movie is not quite up to the task.
Posted Aug 3, 2007
50
2/4
Talk to Me (2007)
For all the wild controversy that Petey ignited in his time, Talk to Me ends up being as generic and watered-down as its title.
Posted Aug 3, 2007