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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/5
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Posted Oct 12, 2002
2
3/5
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Posted Oct 12, 2002
3
2/5
I know this movie doesn't even deserve a grade this high, but as far as I know, this is the film that began that all-important trend of showing bloopers during the end credits.
Posted Oct 12, 2002
4
4/5
Marlon Brando's soul-baring performance is astonishing. It's like butter.
Posted Oct 12, 2002
5
3/5
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Posted Oct 12, 2002
6
3/5
It's always fun to see yuppies hunted down by drug dealers, and this film is no exception.
Posted Oct 12, 2002
7
F
8
B
9
D+
10
B-
11
D+
Swimfan (2002)
12
A
Secretary (2002)
13
C-
14
2/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
15
4/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
16
2/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
17
1/5
The Goonies (1985)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
18
1/5
Tango & Cash (1989)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
19
3/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
20
3/5
Gaslight (1944)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
21
0/5
The Toy (1982)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
22
2/5
Stripes (1981)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
23
0/5
Red Heat (1988)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
24
0/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
25
4/5
Seconds (1966)
This is such a cool movie. Rock Hudson plays a businessman who gets reconstructive surgery to start a new identity and a new life, but it's out of the frying pan and into the grape-stomping orgy (sorry, you have to see it).
Posted Sep 14, 2002
26
4/5
The Rapture (1991)
An intelligent and serious examination of the end-of-the-world. What if it really happened as described in the Bible? The outcome is harrowing and astounding - a disturbing and thought-provoking film.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
27
4/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
28
4/5
Paris, Texas (1984)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
29
2/5
Talkier and less stunt-driven than most, and as a result, feels less fresh and inventive.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
30
4/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
31
3/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
32
0/5
PCU (1993)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
33
2/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
34
4/5
Unusual film noir (possibly the last true film noir ever made) about the self-destructiveness of racial hatred. Robert Ryan, as usual, is the bigot. There's a nice little part for Gloria Graham too.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
35
4/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
36
5/5
Still Tim Burton's best film. It gets funnier each time I see it.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
37
3/5
Under Siege (1992)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
38
2/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
39
1/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
40
1/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
41
5/5
It is difficult to make a film about the poor that is compassionate without being pitying, and realistic without being tedious, but Satyajit Ray succeeds in this masterpiece of humanist drama.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
42
3/5
Nicholas Ray's sensitive film noir is at its best in the first half, when it's in the dirty rain-slicked streets of the city. The second half, out in the country, gets far too dramatic and symbolic.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
43
4/5
Hamlet (1948)
Laurence Olivier's version may not be the best film of the play, but Olivier's performance is the best Hamlet I've seen.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
44
4/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
45
3/5
Beetlejuice (1988)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
46
2/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
47
3/5
Point Break (1991)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
48
3/5
The thing that I always found funny about the Invisible Man is that he's running around naked in the snow for half the movie. He also rides a bicycle naked, and apparently doesn't wear undershorts beneath his pants.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
49
3/5
Thief (1981)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
50
5/5
Casablanca (1942)
The happiest accident in Hollywood history.
Posted Sep 14, 2002