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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2/4
The TV-sitcom script does them in.
Posted May 6, 2005
2
2.5/4
Not one of Hartley's most successful efforts, but it's witty, daring, different and a welcome alternative to Hollywood pap.
Posted May 4, 2005
3
2/4
Writer of O (2005)
The mystery of sex is dwarfed by the mystery of what French intellectuals are talking about.
Posted May 4, 2005
4
3/4
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Posted Apr 30, 2005
5
2.5/4
Director Roland Suso Richter maintains tension for 2 1/2 hours, even though the resolution is almost surreal.
Posted Apr 29, 2005
6
2/4
Mostly an excuse for cramming as much gratuitous violence as possible into a PG-13-rated flick running only 92 minutes.
Posted Apr 29, 2005
7
2/4
An unabashed infomercial for South African tourism.
Posted Apr 29, 2005
8
2.5/4
Well-intended and often poignant film that, unfortunately, too often bogs down in too much talk by its participants.
Posted Apr 29, 2005
9
2/4
French director Benoit Jacquot is fascinated by American crime drama, but pays homage to the form by removing most of the drama and nearly all the crime.
Posted Apr 29, 2005
10
3/4
Funny Ha Ha (2003)
Funny Ha Ha is a reality bite of a story that's as substantial as the Gummi Bears the befuddled characters eat.
Posted Apr 29, 2005
11
3/4
Adams' wordplay and irreverence are aimed roughly at the level of a sharp 14-year-old, but the movie is so engaging, it just about makes everyone feel 14 again.
Posted Apr 29, 2005
12
2/4
Unless you're already into this stuff, it'll be hard to stay awake.
Posted Apr 29, 2005
13
1/4
A mockumentary that veers unsteadily between satire and an infomercial for Dash's Roc-A-Fella records.
Posted Apr 29, 2005
14
2/4
For all the film's good intentions, it never comes to a dramatic boil.
Posted Apr 29, 2005
15
3/4
3-Iron (2004)
Kim's wittiest effort to date, with a wordless performance by Jae Hee that recalls Keaton and Chaplin.
Posted Apr 29, 2005
16
3/4
No wonder Pedro Almodovar signed on as executive producer. We suspect Luis Bunuel would have done the same, were he still with us.
Posted Apr 29, 2005
17
3/4
18
0/4
None of this is remotely funny, despite screenwriter Wayne Conley's resorting to virtually every known stereotype about African-Americans and more crass references to menstruation and prison sex than have ever appeared in a movie rated PG-13.
Posted Apr 26, 2005
19
3/4
Quote not available.
Posted Apr 23, 2005
20
1.5/4
In not one but two scenes we are asked to laugh because the actors have inserted objects into their nostrils. Request denied.
Posted Apr 22, 2005
21
3/4
The story is fascinating, infuriating and even laugh-out-loud funny at times.
Posted Apr 22, 2005
22
2.5/4
The story eventually spirals out of control -- there's much too much happening.
Posted Apr 22, 2005
23
1.5/4
Madison (2005)
Madison brings us the news that miracles really can happen, and an apparent case of divine intervention is the only reason this artifact is being dumped into theaters.
Posted Apr 22, 2005
24
1/4
25
2.5/4
Fairly decent entertainment.
Posted Apr 22, 2005
26
2/4
One Missed Call is a mess.
Posted Apr 22, 2005
27
3/4
Director-writer Jang Jun-hwan starts things off with a bang and never looks back.
Posted Apr 20, 2005
28
3/4
It's hard not to like a movie in which the leader of the zombies uses a decapitated head as a hand puppet.
Posted Apr 20, 2005
29
1.5/4
House of D (2004)
Duchovny's evil alien twin (perhaps the same one who chose roles in Return to Me and Connie and Carla) must have written the schmaltzy, wildly improbable script.
Posted Apr 15, 2005
30
3/4
Torremolinos 73 is a positively groovy reflection of an era - and the excellent Camera suggests at times he could become another Peter Sellers.
Posted Apr 15, 2005
31
3/4
A well-made and heart-rending Italian Schindler's List.
Posted Apr 15, 2005
32
3/4
Has the same propulsive, punk-rock vibe as Trainspotting and 24 Hour Party People.
Posted Apr 15, 2005
33
3/4
A documentary chronicle of the 2001 Kumbh Mela, a sort of spiritual Woodstock held every 12 years near Allahabad, India.
Posted Apr 15, 2005
34
0/4
Shoddily made, boring and, most shockingly, without a single decent scare.
Posted Apr 15, 2005
35
3/4
Raging Dove (2005)
[A] moving documentary.
Posted Apr 13, 2005
36
3/4
15 (2004)
15 isn't easy to sit through, but there are ample rewards.
Posted Apr 13, 2005
37
3/4
You may call the film blingsploitation but its fun-loving hoodlums know who's fooling whom.
Posted Apr 13, 2005
38
3.5/4
Palindromes (2004)
[Solondz] is a blazing original (despite his bland settings), he has a carefully considered point (despairing as it is) and he never denies humanity to even stupid or despicable characters.
Posted Apr 13, 2005
39
2.5/4
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Posted Apr 9, 2005
40
3.5/4
Quote not available.
Posted Apr 9, 2005
41
2.5/4
There's little you haven't seen in any number of French flicks, but then, most of them didn't have Gainsbourg.
Posted Apr 8, 2005
42
3.5/4
Friend (2005)
A chilling, tense mystery.
Posted Apr 8, 2005
43
3/4
Will disgust many (probably most) viewers as it cements Moodysson's reputation as one of today's most daring filmmakers.
Posted Apr 8, 2005
44
1/4
Eros (2004)
A flaccidly pretentious and snooze-inducing trilogy of allegedly racy tales.
Posted Apr 8, 2005
45
2/4
Eating Out (2004)
May be predictable and silly, but it's never dull.
Posted Apr 8, 2005
46
3/4
47
3/4
Winter Solstice is a well-built machine that dunks you into a big warm vat of sadness.
Posted Apr 8, 2005
48
3.5/4
Kung Fu Hustle is an absolute hoot.
Posted Apr 8, 2005
49
2/4
Sahara (2005)
The one-liners, mostly bland, are used so liberally that they water down the action.
Posted Apr 8, 2005
50
2/4
Fever Pitch (2005)