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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
4/5
Sicko (2007)
2
3/5
Tyson (2009)
3
2/5
Knowing (2009)
4
4/5
Two Lovers (2008)
5
3/5
Traitor (2008)
6
2/5
7
3/5
8
3/5
It romps along with an effortless bounce and charm. How much will stay with you, though, is another matter.
Posted Mar 28, 2009
9
4/5
10
2/5
Surveillance (2009)
11
3/5
12
4/5
13
4/5
Watchmen (2009)
It's not crash-bang enough for those who love superhero films, not complex enough for those who hate them. It's flawed, then, but a flawed work of brilliance.
Posted Mar 7, 2009
14
1/5
New In Town (2009)
15
3/5
Franklyn (2008)
16
2/5
The Unborn (2009)
17
3/5
18
4/5
The Class (2008)
A satisfying prime antidote to surface-level cinema.
Posted Feb 27, 2009
19
2/5
Slick and polished, the rest is by-the-numbers schmaltz, offset only by the adorable presence of Ms Fisher.
Posted Feb 20, 2009
20
2/5
Push (2009)
21
3/5
22
5/5
The best film about the world of rock since This Is Spinal Tap.
Posted Feb 20, 2009
23
3/5
24
4/5
Gran Torino (2009)
The film, about ageing and mortality, racism and redemption, is one of Eastwood's finest: tender, tragic and funny in equal measures.
Posted Feb 20, 2009
25
4/5
26
3/5
27
2/5
Notorious (2009)
28
3/5
Cheerful family-com.
Posted Feb 13, 2009
29
1/5
30
31
The Broken (2008)
32
33
34
4/5
35
2/5
Valkyrie (2008)
In the end, despite him playing someone with a missing eye, it's a vanity project for Cruise - a heavyweight historical drama to put him back on the map, but one that only sees him more lost.
Posted Jan 23, 2009
36
4/5
Frost/Nixon (2008)
It may climax like a Rocky film, but doesn't end like one. There are more words to be said, and you're glad for every one.
Posted Jan 23, 2009
37
5/5
Milk (2008)
Milk, film and man, demands our attention, yet never stoops to beg for it.
Posted Jan 23, 2009
38
1/5
Clubbed (2008)
39
3/5
40
2/5
Seven Pounds (2008)
41
5/5
The Wrestler (2008)
It's Rourke's display - crushed, hopeful, almost unbearably poignant - that'll stay with you after the ring lights fade. His light hasn't died just yet.
Posted Jan 16, 2009
42
3/5
The Bank Job (2008)

43
2/5

44
2/5
Untraceable (2008)

45
3/5

46
2/5
Semi-Pro (2008)

47
2/5

48
3/5
49
3/5

50
3/5
Anna M. (2007)
Isabelle Carré is superb as Anna, but the problem is the tone. Caught between psychological study and thriller, it aims for both - but achieves neither.
Posted Nov 16, 2007