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Title/Year
Author
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Redbelt (2008)
4
Iron Man (2008)
5
6
88 Minutes (2008)
7
8
Smart People (2008)
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Dark Matter (2008)
16
Bra Boys (2008)
17
Water Lilies (2008)
18
19
20
Stop-Loss (2008)
21
22
Stop-Loss (2008)
23
24
25
La Zona (2007)
26
27
XXY (2007)
28
Sleep Dealer (2009)
29
30
The Grand (2008)
31
Love Songs (2008)
32
33
Funny Games (2008)
34
35
36
CJ7 (2008)
37
Married Life (2008)
The movie is a goof on Hitchcock and Sirk -- a period (late forties) soap opera with nasty sexual undertones and the omnipresent threat of murder.
Posted Mar 3, 2008
38
Snow Angels (2007)
Parts of it are amusing, and there are wintry images that eat into the mind. But it's one of the most disjunctive things I've ever sat through.
Posted Mar 3, 2008
39
Paranoid Park is a supernaturally perfect fusion of Van Sant's current conceptual-art-project head-trip aesthetic and Blake Nelson's finely tuned first-person 'young adult' novel.
Posted Mar 3, 2008
40
41
42
Chop Shop (2008)
Ramin Bahrani's Chop Shop is a low-budget vérité triumph.
Posted Feb 25, 2008
43
44
With the simplest of means, the director Jacques Rivette has cut a path to the heart of Balzac's The Duchess of Langeais.
Posted Feb 19, 2008
45
46
47
Jumper (2008)
I can't see people lining up for a sequel -- unless Samuel Jackson's hair grows out and marches on Tokyo.
Posted Feb 14, 2008
48
There's enough social commentary (and innovative splatter) to acidulate the brew -- to remind you that Romero, even behind the curve, makes other genre filmmakers look like fraidy-cats.
Posted Feb 11, 2008
49
50
Ezra (2008)
The tatty budget shows. But there are extraordinary moments in the rebel camp, in which the filmmaking becomes simpler as the psychology grows more complicated, as the boys (and girls) lean on one another and grope their way toward a kind of normalcy.
Posted Feb 11, 2008