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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2/10
Miami Vice (2006)
2
D
Folks! (1992)
3
D
4
D
5
B-
6
4/10
7
3/10
The Omen (2006)
8
7/10
The Break-Up (2006)
9
B+
Crimson Tide (1995)
10
2/10
11
B-
Bad Dreams (1988)
12
5/10
Poseidon (2006)
13
4/10
14
9/10
United 93 (2006)
15
C
Rocky V (1990)
16
3/10
The Sentinel (2006)
17
D
18
C-
19
B+
High Anxiety (1977)
20
B
21
B-
22
2/10
23
7/10
Inside Man (2006)
24
B-
Vice Squad (1982)
25
A-
Magic (1978)
26
2/10
27
7.5/10
28
7/10
A fun gangster potboiler made to cash in on the success of The Godfather. Full of shootings, double crosses, polyester and big '70s gas-guzzling cars.
Posted Mar 5, 2006
29
7/10
Kiss the Sky (1999)
A fascinating, sensual drama about two stressed-out American businessmen who drop out of society and attempt to create their own hedonistic utopia. A thoughtful, little-known film worth seeking out.
Posted Mar 5, 2006
30
8/10
Lepke (1975)
Tony Curtis gives one of his best performances in this violent, overlooked underworld drama about the famed Jewish gangster. A really good movie that suffered from poor distribution.
Posted Mar 5, 2006
31
8/10
A compelling, sobering drama about a well-intentioned high-school teacher driven over the edge by criminal student predators. Jackson gives a commanding, very empathetic performance.
Posted Mar 5, 2006
32
4/10
Another formulaic action movie devoid of any suspense, feeling or realistic sense of danger.
Posted Mar 5, 2006
33
7/10
A real pleasant surprise with a less brash, more likable Seagal. Manages to show a genuine affection for the kind of rural folks elitist Hollywood usually ridicules.
Posted Mar 5, 2006
34
7/10
The Hunted (2003)
Just like Walter Hill's Undisputed, William Friedkin's The Hunted plays a like a clinic for lean, mean, no-nonsense filmmaking.
Posted Mar 5, 2006
35
7/10
Undisputed (2002)
A solid, efficient B movie that holds the screen masterfully for an all-too-brief 90 minutes.
Posted Mar 5, 2006
36
8/10
Wolf (1994)
On the surface a literate werewolf thriller, the subtext of Mike Nichols' Wolf is a sharp critique about what it takes to succeed in the cutthroat corporate world.
Posted Mar 5, 2006
37
6/10
Dead Bang (1989)
John Frankenheimer was unhappy with the way the studio cut this one, but it remains a competent, watchable action-thriller. Most memorable for a scene where Don Johnson's hungover cop pukes on a suspect.
Posted Mar 5, 2006
38
4/10
Routine violence with one neat twist at the end.
Posted Mar 5, 2006
39
7/10
One of Seagal's few decent bonecrunchers thanks to good direction by the underrated John Flynn (The Outfit, Rolling Thunder, Best Seller).
Posted Mar 5, 2006
40
7/10
The Hidden (1987)
A fast and furious blast of sci-fi action that was obviously inspired by The Terminator.
Posted Mar 5, 2006
41
8/10
A sci-fi actioner as relentless as its cyborg title character. The megabudget sequels are very good, but the low-budget original is still the best.
Posted Mar 5, 2006
42
8/10
Die Hard (1988)
A seminal action film that created an entire subgenre. Super action, but the key to its success is how it effectively pits Willis' common-man hero against Rickman's haughty arch-villain.
Posted Mar 4, 2006
43
7/10
Buddy Buddy (1981)
Another amusing pairing of Lemmon and Matthau as mismatched personalities.
Posted Mar 4, 2006
44
6/10
Sunset (1988)
One of the biggest flops of 1988, Blake Edwards' Sunset is highly uneven, but gorgeous period production values and the easy-going charm of Garner and Willis save it.
Posted Mar 4, 2006
45
7/10
Out to Sea (1997)
A delightful comedy.
Posted Mar 4, 2006
46
7/10
Not as good as the first, but it's seldom less than amusing.
Posted Mar 4, 2006
47
9/10
It's just one hilarious situation after another in this classic comedy about two polar opposites (one compulsively neat, the other a slob) forced to live together.
Posted Mar 4, 2006
48
4/10
A big letdown. They waited 30 years to follow-up a classic comedy with this? Sadly, the final film Lemmon and Matthau did together is also the pair's weakest.
Posted Mar 4, 2006
49
4/10
Species II (1998)
A totally unnecessary sequel that will likely only please 12-year-old boys.
Posted Mar 4, 2006
50
7/10
Species (1995)
An enjoyable creature feature where the creature just happens to mask itself as a beautiful, often-naked blonde. Nothing more than a big-budget exploitation flick, but it has some good shock moments.
Posted Mar 4, 2006