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Title/Year
Author
1
2/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
2
4/5
Funny Games (1998)
Michael Haneke's meta-commentary on violence in the movies and the audience's thirst for it is brilliantly conceived and executed.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
3
5/5
Salesman (1968)
Establishes salesman as American icons --the modern-day rugged individualists, heirs to the cattle-driving cowboys.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
4
4/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
5
3/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
6
5/5
Classic John Ford Western is the most emotionally powerful version of the Wyatt Earp/Doc Holliday/Gunfight at the O.K. Corral legend. Henry Fonda brings his characteristic sense of honesty and morality to the role of Wyatt Earp, but Robert Mitchum would h
Posted Sep 14, 2002
7
1/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
8
2/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
9
2/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
10
4/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
11
3/5
The Heiress (1950)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
12
3/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
13
5/5
David Lean's best film and the best Dickens adaptation ever made.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
14
5/5
Rear Window (1998)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
15
4/5
The Crowd (1928)
King Vidor's silent classic has many sublime moments, but it works too hard at its theme of ambition struggling in the face of cosmic and social insignificance.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
16
3/5
Yeah, the dialogue, costumes, and sets are cheesy. And the acting is bad. But the story, with its Shakespearean influence, is pretty damn good.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
17
4/5
Pale Rider (1985)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
18
3/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
19
3/5
Innerspace (1987)
Can there be a fate worse than being injected into the body of Martin Short?
Posted Sep 14, 2002
20
4/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
21
1/5
The Champ (1979)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
22
5/5
Rio Bravo (1959)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
23
2/5
9 to 5 (1980)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
24
2/5
Now and Then (1995)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
25
3/5
Boomerang (1992)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
26
3/5
Get Shorty (1995)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
27
4/5
Marnie (1964)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
28
4/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
29
2/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
30
3/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
31
3/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
32
3/5
Rocky III (1982)
Any movie with Mr. T is fodder for a guilty pleasure list, but this one gets the nod because it lets him be the bad guy for once.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
33
3/5
Another (shock!) well-wrought domestic drama from Ozu.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
34
3/5
One of Chaplin's weakest films, The Great Dictator lacks the subtlety and grace that distinguished his earlier features. It's not funny when it's supposed to be (the Italian dictator was particularly annoying), and it takes itself too seriously overall (n
Posted Sep 14, 2002
35
3/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
36
2/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
37
3/5
Dahmer (2002)
The best thing Dahmer has going for it is its structure, with several well-integrated flashbacks shedding light on one harrowing present day of action.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
38
1/5
Nuts (1987)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
39
4/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
40
3/5
I got the sense that Wong and Doyle shot a bunch of footage, and only then decided what the film would be about.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
41
4/5
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
42
2/5
Ghost Story (1981)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
43
2/5
Baby Boom (1987)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
44
1/5
Cocoon (1985)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
45
4/5
Landmark arthouse classic that leaves itself open to interpretation. Fellini leaves neo-realism in the dust here.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
46
3/5
The Farrelly Bros. funniest film, if not their best.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
47
1/5
Home Alone (1990)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
48
0/5
Loaded (1996)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002
49
2/5
Charlton Heston tried as hard as he could to make this un-sequal-able (not a word, alas). The transparent political commentary is good for a laugh.
Posted Sep 14, 2002
50
2/5
Scrooged (1988)
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Posted Sep 14, 2002