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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/5
2
3
3.5/5
4
3/5
Elektra (2005)
Worth a look.
Posted Jul 14, 2015
5
2/5
Catwoman (2004)
6
4/5
Star Trek (2009)
7
3.5/5
Chicago (2002)
8
5/5
9
2.5/5
Gladiator (2000)
10
3/5
Elf (2003)
11
3/5
Chicken Run (2000)
12
4/5
Iron Man 3 (2013)
13
.5/5
14
3.5/5
Warm Bodies (2013)
15
3/5
Oblivion (2013)
16
4/5
17
4/5
18
3/5
Lincoln (2012)
19
.5/5
Movie 43 (2013)
20
4/5
21
4/5
Cloud Atlas (2012)
22
2.5/5
23
2/5
24
2/5
25
1/5
The Host (2013)
26
4/5
Trance (2013)
27
2.5/5
The Rite (2011)
Anthony Hopkins playing someone evil? SHOCKING. He is rather good at this schtick, but the script is flabby and cliche ridden. The young lead looks distractingly like an emo Ken doll too.
Posted Mar 14, 2011
28
3.5/5
Unemployment is not a naturally cinematic thing. A far-too-neat conclusion notwithstanding, This is a decent exploration of the psychology of what happens when you loose your job.
Posted Mar 14, 2011
29
3/5
The Way Back (2011)
There is a limit to how many times one human can watch toothless, malnourished men stumble around the desert bitching about communism and a lack of borscht.
Posted Mar 7, 2011
30
4/5
Far too neat and schmaltzy but otherwise a surprisingly witty film from the Dark City/Inception mould.
Posted Mar 7, 2011
31
2/5
Visually impressive, but the script needed a big angry red pen taken to it. Oh, and does every character need to shuffle around like they're in a My Chemical Romance video clip?
Posted Mar 7, 2011
32
3.5/5
Tron Legacy (2010)
A fantastic big screen sensory experience that unfortunately has a plot built entirely from nonsensical technophilosphy wank
Posted Mar 1, 2011
33
2/5
Somewhere (2010)
A superficial movie about beautiful people, when it needed to be a beautiful film about superficial people. Lacks the magic of Coppola's best movies.
Posted Mar 1, 2011
34
4.5/5
Witty script, quirky performances, flawless casting and wonderfully inventive cinematography. Golf claps all round.
Posted Mar 1, 2011
35
2/5
The Dilemma (2011)
Some great chemistry between the central duo is undone by a plot that is so frustrating you will want to chew off your arm. It's so frustrating that the ending is a palpable relief.
Posted Mar 1, 2011
36
4.5/5
Black Swan (2010)
Sure, it's melodramatic and self-important, but Black swan is still a thing of rare terrifying, heartbreaking, surreal, monstrous and downright orgasmic beauty
Posted Mar 1, 2011
37
4/5
Catfish (2010)
Whether its real or not is irrelevant. Catfish is an amazing, tense, charming, soulful, utterly surprising portrait about technology & psychology
Posted Mar 1, 2011
38
1.5/5
Good news: you've got great actors with wonderful chemistry and comic timing. Bad News: they're playing some of the most irritating, unlikable, infuriating characters ever committed to film
Posted Mar 1, 2011
39
2.5/5
Tamara Drewe (2010)
Starts with great wit and then dissipates into a hazy episodic mess
Posted Mar 1, 2011
40
3/5
Solid performances, beautiful camerawork. It just would've been nice if they'd included some more twists and turns in the otherwise decent script
Posted Mar 1, 2011
41
3.5/5
Rabbit Hole (2010)
When Nicole Kidman has full control of her facial muscles she is unrivaled in her ability to play cold, distant emotionally scarred bitches. Its a marvelous performance. That said, the film itself can be so anguished that you will need counseling upon exit
Posted Mar 1, 2011
42
4.5/5
127 Hours (2010)
Danny Boyle makes you experience the ordeal in vivid, intimate details. You feel everything from the visceral agony to the utter triumph. It's brilliant movie-making
Posted Mar 1, 2011
43
4/5
Quite the rarity for Hollywood romantic comedies, No Strings Attached is loaded with funny ideas. Portman creates a complex leading lady. It's a funny, sharp and wonderfully dirty
Posted Mar 1, 2011
44
3/5
Sanctum (2011)
A great survival action movie where none of the cast should've been allowed to talk. The script is cliched. Roxburgh is essentially playing Bob Hawke underwater while Ioan Gruffud is inexplicably channeling De Niro.
Posted Mar 1, 2011
45
3/5
Unknown (2011)
It's a juicy idea but it ends up playing out like an extended tv movie
Posted Mar 1, 2011
46
3.5/5
Devil (2010)
Holy mother of god: behold the first M Night Shyamalan-associated film in the last 4 years that doesn't utterly blow.
Posted Dec 14, 2010
47
2/5
A brilliantly twisted idea, horribly executed
Posted Dec 14, 2010
48
4/5
Megamind (2010)
A well-plotted, genuinely fun spin on the Superhero/Supervillian genre with talented voice talent put to good use rather than simply stunt-cast
Posted Dec 14, 2010
49
2/5
The American (2010)
Sparse, tense, beautiful... and strangely empty. The dialogue, plot and characterisation are nowhere near as deep or profound as the filmmakers seem to think they are.
Posted Nov 30, 2010
50
3.5/5
Wild Target (2010)
Snappy, sarcastic, implausible caper that looses almost all momentum 1 hour in. Also, how do you feel about Bill Nighy and Emily Blunt making out? If you just threw up in your mouth a little, you might wanna avoid this.
Posted Nov 30, 2010