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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2.5/4
This disappointing War of the Worlds limps to a conclusion that mercifully insures there will not be a sequel.
Posted Jun 29, 2005
2
3/4
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Posted Jun 25, 2005
3
3/4
Documents Wilson's amazing story.
Posted Jun 25, 2005
4
3.5/4
5
2/4
Dallas 362 (2005)
Dallas 362 is basically a road movie that doesn't really go anywhere.
Posted Jun 24, 2005
6
3.5/4
Rize (2005)
David LaChapelle's documentary is, in its happiest moments, a summer party and a hip-hop milestone.
Posted Jun 24, 2005
7
3/4
Romero has given us, as well as the zombies, a lot to chew on. There is as much allegory to his tale as there is blood, and let me tell you, there's no shortage of blood.
Posted Jun 24, 2005
8
0.5/4
The War on the War on Drugs strings together 60 amateurish short films to tell us drugs are cool, man.
Posted Jun 24, 2005
9
1.5/4
Yes (2005)
The more serious Potter gets (there are several earnest soliloquies about dirt), the harder it is not to laugh.
Posted Jun 24, 2005
10
3/4
Lila Says (2005)
Thanks in part to the glow of mystery Doueiri gives her, it's impossible to take your eyes off Giocante and her arsenal of ruthless smiles.
Posted Jun 24, 2005
11
1/4
Bewitched (2005)
[An] un-magical, unfunny and un-romantic alleged comedy.
Posted Jun 24, 2005
12
3/4
POV (2005)
Weisberg is nonjudgmental, allowing his subjects to deliver the message that, for far too many people, the American dream is more of a nightmare.
Posted Jun 22, 2005
13
2/4
Though Lohan doesn't embarrass herself in a film in which she appears in virtually every frame, this tepid tribute to girl power hardly represents a step forward from Lohan's breakthrough roles.
Posted Jun 22, 2005
14
1/4
Ethan Mao (2004)
Awkward dialogue, amateurist acting and uninspired direction.
Posted Jun 17, 2005
15
1.5/4
Heights (2005)
Working in Terribly Serious mode, rookie director Chris Terrio proves as pompous as filmmakers three times his age.
Posted Jun 17, 2005
16
3/4
Its remarkable candor is like spending a memorably hilarious, harrowing and unforgettable weekend with your wacky in-laws.
Posted Jun 17, 2005
17
1/4
18
2/4
Takes a couple of neat swipes at the pretentiousness of the art scene, but as a commentary on the difficulty of connecting in contemporary society, it's too precious by half.
Posted Jun 17, 2005
19
1/4
The Deal (2005)
A flat, would-be thriller pausing briefly on its journey to video stores.
Posted Jun 17, 2005
20
3/4
Nicely acted and stylishly photographed.
Posted Jun 17, 2005
21
3/4
Far from earthshaking, but it's fun while it lasts.
Posted Jun 17, 2005
22
2/4
I can't be as enthusiastic.
Posted Jun 15, 2005
23
3/4
Taking a low-key approach, Herzog captures the pilgrims' intense fervor. The sight of 500,000 people united in prayer is mind-blowing.
Posted Jun 15, 2005
24
4/4
25
3/4
The filmmakers follow this compassionate and articulate man as returns to Rwanda a decade later to revisit his demons.
Posted Jun 11, 2005
26
0/4
An endless powdered-wigs-and-feathered-pen slog.
Posted Jun 10, 2005
27
2/4
Decently acted and briskly directed -- but thoroughly predictable and sometimes achingly sincere.
Posted Jun 10, 2005
28
2.5/4
Wild Side (2005)
Viewers are either going to walk out after 10 minutes or, like this tolerant critic, get caught up in the sordid lives of the three misfits and stick around for the ambiguous ending.
Posted Jun 10, 2005
29
2.5/4
5x2 (2004)
Ozon is a smart filmmaker, but he doesn't go nearly as deep as Bergman did.
Posted Jun 10, 2005
30
1/4
A bland, dull and only occasionally funny waste of time that will very soon be gathering dust in the remainder bins.
Posted Jun 10, 2005
31
3/4
You can't get this kind of full-on sensory-jolt anywhere else, not legally anyway.
Posted Jun 10, 2005
32
3/4
A chainsaw-cut above recent entries in the genre: a pure, unapologetic, unironic homage to the likes of Friday the 13th that respectfully salutes all the old shtick.
Posted Jun 10, 2005
33
3/4
34
2/4
35
3/4
You can't help but root for them in their quest, which gives a whole new meaning to the term 'family values.'
Posted Jun 9, 2005
36
2.5/4
Solid acting by a cast headed by Troy Garity -- and striking cinematography by Bernd Heinl -- helps redeem Allan Mindel's never-quite-believable crime drama Milwaukee, Minnesota.
Posted Jun 3, 2005
37
3/4
A fluffy and fun coming-of-age-in-Rome comedy.
Posted Jun 3, 2005
38
3/4
Rock School (2005)
A rousing, garage-band-style documentary.
Posted Jun 3, 2005
39
3.5/4
Mon trésor (2007)
A raw drama from Israeli director Keren Yedaya.
Posted Jun 3, 2005
40
2.5/4
Parlez-vous farce? Après Vous speaks the lingo haltingly, like the French you sort of learned in high school.
Posted Jun 3, 2005
41
1.5/4
So square it makes the original Rocky look cutting edge and Million Dollar Baby positively avant-garde by comparison.
Posted Jun 3, 2005
42
2.5/4
Peralta has actually told this tale once before, and done a better job, as the director of the 2001 documentary Dogtown and Z-Boys.
Posted Jun 3, 2005
43
2/4
Deep Blue (2005)
A beautiful but empty-headed documentary about the creatures that lurk in the sea.
Posted Jun 3, 2005
44
2.5/5
Magnificent shots of waterfalls and other natural phenomena abound, but it's far too late in the history of nature photography to expect anyone to gawk at them.
Posted Jun 1, 2005
45
3/4
Invisible isn't always easy to watch, but Bojanov's film is so compelling you just can't turn away.
Posted Jun 1, 2005
46
3/4
In a season of overhyped blockbusters, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is a genuine sleeper that deserves to find an audience.
Posted Jun 1, 2005
47
3/4
Credit a literate script and excellent performances by Ulrich Matthes -- tall and gaunt and wearing a wide-brimmed friar's hat -- as Kremer, and August Diehl as the Nazi bureaucrat and failed seminarian assigned to watch over the priest in Luxembourg.
Posted May 27, 2005
48
3/4
The dork factor is cheerfully acknowledged by the hip documentary A League of Ordinary Gentlemen, a witty look at the sport's quest for cool.
Posted May 27, 2005
49
1.5/4
A mild, slow-moving drama that belatedly tries to argue that graffiti writers are political artists, not an urban blight.
Posted May 27, 2005
50
1.5/4