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Film Threat

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
4/5
Home Room (2003)

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Posted Jan 22, 2013
2
4.5/5
Qwerty (2012)
3
5/5
Hollow (2012)

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Posted Jan 22, 2013
4
3/5
In My Sleep (2010)

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Posted Jan 22, 2013
5
4/5
Hellion (2014)

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Posted Jan 22, 2013
6
2.5/5
Dear Wendy (2005)

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Posted Jan 22, 2013
7
3.5/5
Silenced (2011)

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Posted Jan 22, 2013
8
5/5

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Posted Jan 22, 2013
9
2/5

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Posted Jan 22, 2013
10
0.5/5

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Posted Jan 22, 2013
11
3.5/5
Citadel (2012)

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Posted Jan 22, 2013
12
4.5/5
This is 40 (2012)

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Posted Jan 22, 2013
13
4/5
Sound City (2013)
14
4/5
An intelligent consideration of a thorny subject, fueled by three great central performances.
Posted Jan 18, 2013
15
4.5/5
16
3.5/5
Take Out (2004)
"Take Out" turns out to be quite an infectious watch, tickling surprising laughs from its audience and teaching them to be a little nicer next time they make an order for delivery.
Posted Jan 10, 2013
17
5/5
18
4/5
19
5/5
20
3/5
Recommended for Andy Griffith's startling against-type villain performance.
Posted Jan 4, 2013
21
4/5
Starlet (2012)
"Starlet" is achingly sad, shrewdly funny, and shockingly honest.
Posted Jan 3, 2013
22
3/5
23
1.5/5
While Anne Hathaway avoided food in preparing for this film, she compensated for her dietary restriction by chewing the scenery with uncontrolled gusto.
Posted Dec 28, 2012
24
4/5
25
4.5/5
26
3.5/5
The Point (1971)
The film's message about tolerance and self-affirmation should find an audience with today's youngsters.
Posted Dec 24, 2012
27
3.5/5
28
5/5
29
4/5
30
3/5
Convento (2012)
31
3/5
Hitchcock (2012)
A pleasant diversion.
Posted Dec 12, 2012
32
4/5
Bill Murray's performance provides the film with an unexpectedly strong emotional anchor.
Posted Dec 9, 2012
33
4/5
34
A+
The Bastard Sings the Sweetest Song is one the most melancholic and poignant true stories ever told.
Posted Dec 3, 2012
35
1/5
King Lear (1987)
Shakespeare through the Godard meat-grinder.
Posted Nov 30, 2012
36
4/5
Eating Raoul (1982)
Nicely lays out capitalism on the chopping block. In an obsessively consumptive culture like America's, the only way for a common couple to strive is through killing, then consuming.
Posted Nov 26, 2012
37
0.5/5
The theatrical artificiality constantly upstages the Tolstoy tragedy, which turns this production into an endlessly annoying experimental film.
Posted Nov 23, 2012
38
4/5
Sushi Girl (2013)
39
4/5
Fly Away (2011)
40
2.5/5
Recommended solely for Walter Huston's performance.
Posted Nov 16, 2012
41
2/5
Enervated pilot of unsold TV series.
Posted Nov 15, 2012
42
4/5
43
B
Miami Connection is the greatest movie from 1987 you've never seen (but need to).
Posted Nov 2, 2012
44
B+
Co-writer/director John Hyams has fearlessly taken the franchise in a whole new direction and pulls it off admirably.
Posted Oct 27, 2012
45
4/5
46
4/5
47
4/5
Ruby Sparks (2012)
48
3/5
49
3/5
Bachelorette (2012)
50
4.5/5