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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/4
In the end, The Bourne Identity is a lot of fun, not only for its high-tech elements but also for its intelligent characterizations and deft handling of such a straightforward story.
Posted Jun 25, 2002
2
3/4
Blade II (2002)
The date movie of the year!
Posted Mar 25, 2002
3
2/4
...invites an unflattering comparison to watching paint dry in Newfoundland.
Posted Feb 20, 2002
4
2/4
John Q (2002)
Blatantly preachy and full of stereotypical characters.
Posted Feb 20, 2002
5
3/4
I Am Sam (2001)
It's too bad I'm such a softie, because I liked it.
Posted Feb 20, 2002
6
3/4
Another richly offbeat item from Wes Anderson.
Posted Feb 18, 2002
7
3.5/4
Could be the best representation of war ever dedicated to film.
Posted Feb 14, 2002
8
3.5/4
A complex and emotional journey.
Posted Feb 14, 2002
9
2.5/4
There are lapses in the pacing and logic that may have even obsessive supernatural sci-fi geeks doubting the origins of the Mothman.
Posted Feb 14, 2002
10
2.5/4
It's a good time.
Posted Feb 14, 2002
11
2.5/4
Ali (2001)
Completely and utterly fails to enlighten the viewer as to the essence of its subject.
Posted Jan 11, 2002
12
3.5/4
A total gas.
Posted Jan 10, 2002
13
2/4
The Majestic (2001)
The movie is sure nice and all. I'm sorry I can't be the same while grading it.
Posted Jan 3, 2002
14
2.5/4
Vanilla Sky (2001)
The wild twists aren't justified with the proper thematic weight and therefore feel more pretentious than profound.
Posted Jan 3, 2002
15
4/4
A breathtaking, boldly impassioned adventure film.
Posted Jan 3, 2002
16
3/4
A well-crafted and enjoyable adaptation.
Posted Nov 27, 2001
17
3/4
Additional proof that Pixar Animation Studios can do no wrong.
Posted Nov 25, 2001
18
2.5/4
You might as well just bring a crate of Kleenex.
Posted Nov 25, 2001
19
2.5/4
Heist (2001)
While it might be a passable diversion at matinee pricing, Heist finds David Mamet in neutral gear.
Posted Nov 25, 2001
20
3/4
K-PAX (2001)
A rewarding, intriguing experience.
Posted Nov 25, 2001
21
1.5/4
The One (2001)
A thoroughly cheap amalgamation of Hong Kong chop-socky and underimagined science fiction.
Posted Nov 25, 2001
22
3/4
Shallow Hal (2001)
While Shallow Hal isn't the funniest thing the Farrellys have done, it could be the smartest.
Posted Nov 25, 2001
23
3/4
A touching, poignant and warmly nostalgic film.
Posted Nov 2, 2001
24
3/4
Stylish and unsettling.
Posted Nov 2, 2001
25
3.5/4
Joy Ride (2001)
A beautifully taut suspense machine, made scarier by a palpable sense of terror.
Posted Oct 30, 2001
26
2.5/4
From Hell (2001)
So preoccupied with being dark and twisted, it hardly has a hint of personality.
Posted Oct 30, 2001
27
3/4
Training Day (2001)
A tougher-than-nails thriller.
Posted Oct 30, 2001
28
1.5/4
Something you would expect from a schlock filmmaker past his prime.
Posted Oct 24, 2001
29
3/4
The Score (2001)
Nothing radically new, but executed with style and panache.
Posted Oct 24, 2001
30
1.5/4
Ridiculous twaddle.
Posted Oct 24, 2001
31
2.5/4
A fair martial arts diversion.
Posted Oct 24, 2001
32
3.5/4
I laughed so hard that the doctor recommended I rest for a week with an ice-pack on my sides.
Posted Aug 21, 2001
33
2.5/4
Clunkier than a tin can in a high-speed dryer.
Posted Aug 20, 2001
34
3.5/4
The Others (2001)
The heart-racing, goosebump-inducing, cower-in-your-theater-seat scare movie of the year.
Posted Aug 20, 2001
35
3/4
A raucous and rambunctious comedy with some big ol' laughs.
Posted Aug 20, 2001
36
2.5/4
Rush Hour 2 (2001)
Sticking to a certain tired formula is an act that deserves stern criticism, but it suits this lightweight endeavor like a glove.
Posted Aug 14, 2001
37
2.5/4
Quote not available.
Posted Aug 14, 2001
38
3/4
Cats & Dogs (2001)
A colorful kid-flick frequently surprised me with its inventiveness.
Posted Jul 31, 2001
39
3/4
It's cheesy, but often good cheesy.
Posted Jul 31, 2001
40
3/4
Tighter and more enjoyable than The Lost World.
Posted Jul 31, 2001
41
2.5/4
It's good-natured -- sometimes even downright irresistible -- and Murphy and his versatile four-legged supporting cast generate some nice laughs for the entire family unit.
Posted Jul 9, 2001
42
1/4
An ungodly mess of emaciated celluloid.
Posted Jul 9, 2001
43
3/4
An eerie, disturbing and sometimes quite extraordinary tight-wire act. Until the last thirty minutes.
Posted Jul 4, 2001
44
3/4
Ginger Snaps (2001)
A smart, snappy modern take on the coming-of-age tale.
Posted Jul 4, 2001
45
3/4
Could be the guiltiest pleasure of the summer
Posted Jun 30, 2001
46
1.5/4
A lame-o Indiana Jones-wannabe.
Posted Jun 25, 2001
47
2/4
The Animal (2001)
Has laughs, but it's too scattershot to function on a higher plateau than just another dumb comedy.
Posted Jun 12, 2001
48
2.5/4
Swordfish (2001)
The story really gets in the way of stuff blowing up.
Posted Jun 12, 2001
49
2.5/4
Evolution (2001)
F/X wiz Phil Tippett (Jurassic Park) lends great imagination to the various alien creatures
Posted Jun 12, 2001
50
3.5
The viewer is swept away with energy, humor, color and groundbreaking musical experimentation.
Posted Jun 12, 2001