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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3.5/5
Seems to be little but demands much more.
Posted Sep 1, 2012
2
1/5
A dreary blip in Riefenstahl's controversial career.
Posted Aug 28, 2012
3
4/5
Fidel! (2014)
Throughout the film, Castro is charismatic and eloquent.
Posted Aug 28, 2012
4
3.5/5
5
3.5/5
6
3.5/5
7
3/5
8
3/5
9
3.5/5
Anyone with a deep interest in Jewish history will appreciate this intelligent and well-produced endeavor.
Posted Aug 4, 2012
10
3/5
Entertaining pre-Code drama, with a vibrant Clara Bow at full-throttle speed.
Posted Jul 27, 2012
11
1/5
Each person may live a unique life, but it seems that the road to death is the same monotonous routine for everyone.
Posted Jul 27, 2012
12
4/5
13
5/5
14
4/5
15
3/5
16
3/5
Ted (2012)
17
5/5
18
4.5/5
19
4/5
Grassroots (2012)
20
4/5
Gayby (2012)
21
5/5
The FP (2012)
22
3.5/5
23
1/5
Why accept third-rate phonies when there are genuine Beatles films and video footage to be enjoyed?
Posted Jun 5, 2012
24
5/5
If the film's mod trappings seem locked in a specific (and increasingly distant) era, its playful wit remains timeless.
Posted Jun 5, 2012
25
4/5
26
3/5
Cellmates (2012)
The real fun here comes from Stacy Keach as a warden who tries (and fails) to instill a mania for potato farming on his highly skeptical prisoners.
Posted May 27, 2012
27
3.5/5
Sometimes the truth isn't so fresh, but it's all we have.
Posted May 21, 2012
28
3.5/5
A well-produced tribute to a complex and often exasperating personality.
Posted May 17, 2012
29
4/5
30
4/5
As show biz documentaries go, this one is a must-see.
Posted May 12, 2012
31
4/5
A marvel of low-budget/high-imagination filmmaking.
Posted Apr 30, 2012
32
2/5
How not to Americanize a Russian movie classic.
Posted Apr 27, 2012
33
3/5
The film goes to great lengths to detail the business side of the art world, including the financial matters involved in setting up gallery space, the pricing of artwork, and the absence of African Americans from the influential clique of art critics.
Posted Apr 26, 2012
34
2.5/5
In a film working off tradition, Good for Nothing moves to uncertain genre territory.
Posted Apr 10, 2012
35
3.5/5
36
4/5
The Hunter (2012)
37
4.5/5
Goon (2012)
38
1/5
Martin and Lewis at their worst.
Posted Mar 29, 2012
39
0.5/5
The filmmaker reportedly spent 11 years putting this film together - and for the unlucky viewer, sitting through this numbing and pointless work can seem like an 11-year stretch.
Posted Mar 29, 2012
40
3.5/5
41
4.5/5
42
4/5
43
2.5/5
Hipsters (2011)
Or as Yakov Smirnoff would say: in Soviet Russia, party finds you!
Posted Feb 24, 2012
44
4.5/5
It moved me, made me laugh, made me think and has an amazing performance by actor and musician Dominic Bogart that, honestly, blew me away.
Posted Feb 23, 2012
45
4/5
Highly recommended.
Posted Feb 20, 2012
46
3.5/5
L (2012)
Offers itself at face value as though in a self-induced trance, unaware or indifferent to whether we might join in.
Posted Feb 19, 2012
47
3/5
Hardly the film anyone familiar with Frears's better work would want or expect, but that isn't to say it's entirely without merit.
Posted Feb 18, 2012
48
2.5/5
What it expects of the audience is disproportionate to what it offers.
Posted Feb 3, 2012
49
4/5
Sleepwalk With Me very much reminded me of a take on High Fidelity with comedians instead of music snobs.
Posted Jan 27, 2012
50
4.5/5
It's in the small space between words and feelings that the film's most touching moments lie.
Posted Jan 27, 2012