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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/5
Puncture (2011)
Evans's soulful performance keeps Puncture from overdosing on righteous indignation.
Posted Oct 6, 2011
2
3/5
Yes Man (2008)
As self-help comedy, the movie is no more overdetermined than its own highbrow counterpart, Happy-Go-Lucky.
Posted Oct 6, 2011
3
2/5
Push (2009)
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Posted Sep 23, 2011
4
3/5
Nim's Island (2008)
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Posted Sep 23, 2011
5
3/5
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Posted Sep 23, 2011
6
3/5
Knowing (2009)
7
2/5
Hamlet 2 (2008)
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Posted Sep 22, 2011
8
3/5
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Posted Sep 16, 2011
9
1/5
The Narrows (2008)
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Posted Sep 16, 2011
10
2/5
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Posted Sep 16, 2011
11
3/5
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Posted Sep 15, 2011
12
3/5
13
2/5
Quid Pro Quo (2008)
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Posted Sep 15, 2011
14
3/5
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Posted Sep 15, 2011
15
4/5
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Posted Sep 15, 2011
16
3/5
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Posted Sep 15, 2011
17
3/5
18
1/5
Colombiana (2011)
19
3/5
The sports-movie clichés and war-movie clichés go together like oil and water polo, but there's no denying the power of this inspiring (mostly) true story.
Posted Sep 14, 2011
20
1/5
Zookeeper (2011)
21
3/5
The Help (2011)
22
3/5
In a Dream (2008)
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Posted Aug 20, 2010
23
2/5
One wrongheaded jaw-dropper follows another, from Samantha's description of a gay manservant as "Paula Abdul" to a comic climax in which the ladies escape an angry male mob by wearing hijabs and abayas given to them by like-minded Muslim women.
Posted May 26, 2010
24
1/6
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Posted Jan 14, 2010
25
2/5
The effort is certainly more appreciable than the execution.
Posted Aug 19, 2009
26
3/6
Séraphine (2009)
Like Amadeus, Séraphine wants to get its hands dirty with the work itself. The movie understands creative types and their whims, even if it tips toward a long-telegraphed retribution.
Posted Jun 3, 2009
27
3/6
28
3/6
29
3/6
The Soloist (2009)
The tears it elicits are earned. But there's an element of fantastic fate that's discordant. Foxx is playing a miracle; Downey, a lapsed believer. Both are capable of more.
Posted Apr 22, 2009
30
2/6
31
3/6
Bob Funk (2009)
32
3/6
33
3/6
Even classed up with Clive Owen and Naomi Watts, the story -- inspired by an actual late-'80s/early-'90s scandal -- seems slightly confused and dated.
Posted Feb 11, 2009
34
3/6
Gran Torino (2009)
The problem, a somewhat depressing one, is that Eastwood has grown into a director who thinks he's superior to his mentors. A hint of pretension has crept into his filmmaking, and his exchanges with his young cast feel overwrought.
Posted Dec 10, 2008
35
4/6
Doubt (2008)
Doubt works best when the performers are simply allowed to spar.
Posted Dec 10, 2008
36
4/6
Nobel Son (2008)
37
3/6
Adapting Sue Monk Kidd's soft feminist 2002 best-seller, director Gina Prince-Bythewood generously showcases her ensemble cast's talents.
Posted Oct 15, 2008
38
4/6
39
3/6
The worst that can be said of Crystal Skull is that it won't be inspiring any youthful vine-swinging. A shame, really.
Posted May 21, 2008
40
2/5