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Title/Year
Author
1
35/100

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Posted May 13, 2005
2
59/100
Colors (1988)
3
72/100
Ice Age (2002)
A pleasantly diverting and quite amusing family flick.
Posted May 13, 2005
4
70/100

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Posted May 13, 2005
5
93/100
6
83/100

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Posted May 13, 2005
7
86/100

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Posted May 13, 2005
8
84/100
Sylvia (2003)

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Posted May 13, 2005
9
75/100

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Posted May 13, 2005
10
88/100

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Posted May 13, 2005
11
59/100

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Posted May 13, 2005
12
68/100
Stigmata (1999)
The story is a bit far-fetched and many of the situations feel forced, but, overall, its moral questions bear examination.
Posted May 13, 2005
13
50/100

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Posted May 13, 2005
14
85/100

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Posted May 13, 2005
15
74/100

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Posted May 13, 2005
16
63/100

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Posted May 13, 2005
17
39/100

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Posted May 13, 2005
18
85/100

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Posted May 13, 2005
19
19/100
Black Voodoo (1977)

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Posted May 13, 2005
20
76/100

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Posted May 13, 2005
21
2/5
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Posted May 11, 2005
22
3/5
Stalag 17 (1953)
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Posted May 11, 2005
23
3/5
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Posted May 11, 2005
24
3/5
The Goonies (1985)
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Posted May 11, 2005
25
4/5
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Posted May 11, 2005
26
5/5
Annie Hall (1977)
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Posted May 11, 2005
27
68/100
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Posted Apr 3, 2005
28
39/100
Glaring continuity errors, slipshod makeup, awful costumes, half-hearted performances, a tired concept and absolutely zero inspiration. Stunningly bad.
Posted Apr 1, 2005
29
84/100
Apollo 13 (1995)
If you don't remember the gripping events of April 1970 before seeing this film, you likely will remember them for a long time afterward.
Posted Mar 27, 2005
30
37/100
The film's pace is abysmal like too little grass spread across too much lawn.
Posted Mar 27, 2005
31
39/100
Good Times (1967)
Viewers should be significantly disappointed in Sonny and Cher's only film together, as it is certainly not, as the title suggests, good times.
Posted Mar 27, 2005
32
67/100
33
66/100
Sin City (2005)
Film noir on steroids; a movie so cool you're not supposed to be concerned about its total lack of moral grounding. Nor its profound sexism. Nor its misanthropic nihilism.
Posted Mar 26, 2005
34
67/100
If I didn't know better, I'd almost think it was made to serve as a high-gloss but insubstantial extra for a DVD release of the hardcore blockbuster that inspired it.
Posted Mar 25, 2005
35
52/100
For those who mainly want familiar faces and predictable comedy and don't mind too much if every idea and every joke is tired and every moment utterly uninspired.
Posted Mar 25, 2005
36
72/100
Evolution (2001)
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Posted Mar 8, 2005
37
68/100
I suspect that I am Curious (Yellow) will remain largely, well, a curiosity.
Posted Mar 8, 2005
38
72/100
Good News (1947)
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Posted Mar 5, 2005
39
81/100
Shadows (1959)
Regardless of the veracity of the improvisational claim, Shadows is a remarkable film.
Posted Mar 1, 2005
40
73/100
Hitch (2005)
Romantic comedy is to cinema what hot dogs are to cuisine - the question is only whether it's been prepared decently. And this one has.
Posted Feb 21, 2005
41
82/100
Garden State (2004)
Smart, perceptive and funny filmmaking from a genuine talent in Zach Braff.
Posted Feb 19, 2005
42
86/100
Laura (1944)
A great antidote to the 'old movies are no fun' attitude many people slip into as soon as they learn a film is in black and white.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
43
64/100
The colours of the Amritsar street scenes are fabulous, and this is clearly a movie that has a good heart. It's just too bad that it's such a sloppy example of filmmaking.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
44
77/100
Gerard Jugnot carries this film on his shoulders and sets the tone for those around him.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
45
76/100
Constantine (2005)
46
80/100
Ray (2004)
A very good film, regardless of whether or not you love Ray Charles' music. And even if it was a lesser film, Jamie Foxx's performance would have made it worth watching.
Posted Feb 10, 2005
47
50/100
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Posted Feb 5, 2005
48
90/100
Hotel Rwanda (2004)
49
56/100
You know how some movies just ring so utterly true that they defy your expectations and take a predictable genre to new and unexpected places? This is not one of those movies.
Posted Jan 31, 2005
50
88/100
The combination of a deeply troubling issue, a powerful screenplay, deft direction and a bravura lead performance make this a memorable and moving film.
Posted Jan 29, 2005