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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
0/4
Parents who let their kids see this stinker should be brought up on abuse charges; so should the movie ratings board that let this suggestive mess slip by with a PG rating.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
2
2/4
Constantine (2005)
Great-looking but torturously slow.
Posted Feb 18, 2005
3
2/4
Two documentaries too many.
Posted Feb 17, 2005
4
1/4
Boogeyman (2005)
None of this makes any sense whatsoever.
Posted Feb 13, 2005
5
0/4
Vile, humorless, distasteful, sickening.
Posted Feb 11, 2005
6
2.5/4
Though nobody will mistake it for the real thing, Bride & Prejudice is the best attempt at adapting Bollywood style to Western tastes since Moulin Rouge.
Posted Feb 11, 2005
7
3/4
By the end of the movie, you might find yourself so wrapped up in Bittner and the parrots that you have tears in your eyes.
Posted Feb 11, 2005
8
2.5/4
An edgy drama unwinds with an emotional letdown.
Posted Feb 11, 2005
9
3/4
A thorough but highly entertaining documentary.
Posted Feb 11, 2005
10
2/4
Hitch (2005)
To enjoy this film, it helps to check your brain at the box office.
Posted Feb 11, 2005
11
3/4
In the last 20 minutes, the film moves as breathlessly as a Hollywood thriller -- only it's much more frightening, because it's true.
Posted Feb 9, 2005
12
2.5/4
Unscrewed (2003)
Offers enough laughs to please even those who don't usually venture into downtown art houses.
Posted Feb 9, 2005
13
2.5/4
A thorough if predictable Behind the Music episode.
Posted Feb 4, 2005
14
3.5/4
Kore-eda presents the deeply moving story in a documentary style that is both gentle and compelling.
Posted Feb 4, 2005
15
2/4
The grim material isn't helped by the hackneyed direction of Russell Mulcahy, a music-video veteran.
Posted Feb 4, 2005
16
2/4
Grows ever more manipulative and predictable.
Posted Feb 4, 2005
17
0/4
From the look of it, poor Debra Messing's first starring vehicle was an unmitigated disaster even before the cameras started rolling.
Posted Feb 4, 2005
18
1.5/4
Mostly, Freak Weather is just pathetic.
Posted Feb 2, 2005
19
1.5/4
Playing jokes on old people isn't funny.
Posted Feb 2, 2005
20
2.5/4
By the time the sun rises and these tormented parallel lives finally intersect, they've all achieved redemption -- as has the movie.
Posted Feb 2, 2005
21
1.5/4
Fear X (2003)
A pretentious, unsatisfying and ultra-slow-moving thriller.
Posted Jan 28, 2005
22
4/4
Delightful performances are delivered by all in this ingenious work of cinema that is worth seeing if only for its glorious views of the Himalayas.
Posted Jan 28, 2005
23
2/4
Often, the movie feels like sitting through a college lecture class.
Posted Jan 28, 2005
24
2/4
Lost Embrace (2005)
The tedious film might have been worth watching if Burman had given reasons to care about Ariel or anyone else. He doesn't and we don't.
Posted Jan 28, 2005
25
0/4
It doesn't even qualify as 'so bad it's good,' although by that standard it does have its moments.
Posted Jan 28, 2005
26
3/4
Cameron's showmanship and his on-screen appearances make his documentaries far livelier than your usual IMAX nature documentary, and this one is no exception.
Posted Jan 28, 2005
27
1/4
It's become almost trite to criticize him for his recent string of dubious movies, but we'll do it anyway, because he's capable of so much better.
Posted Jan 28, 2005
28
3/4
Army of One (2005)
Anyone thinking of enlisting in the Army might want to take a look at Army of One, a compelling documentary by Canadian Sarah Goodman.
Posted Jan 27, 2005
29
2/4
A predictable but pleasant kids movie.
Posted Jan 24, 2005
30
3.5/4
Machuca (2004)
Grabs our hearts by lingering over details of the trio's friendship.
Posted Jan 23, 2005
31
3.5/4
Head-On (2005)
Any sense of predictability is extinguished by these two thoroughly engaging actors. Despite their less-than-saintly behavior, you won't be able to take your eyes off either.
Posted Jan 21, 2005
32
2/4
Monsieur N. (2004)
Pretentious and melodramatic.
Posted Jan 21, 2005
33
2.5/4
Arakimentari (2004)
It would have helped if Araki's critics had more of a say.
Posted Jan 21, 2005
34
3/4
Watermarks (2005)
A moving, poignant tale about triumph in the face of the unthinkable.
Posted Jan 21, 2005
35
3/4
Alnoy produces and maintains a unsettling mood that draws viewers in while keeping them guessing.
Posted Jan 21, 2005
36
1/4
Parents should be warned that dropping the kids off at this one may be tantamount to child abuse.
Posted Jan 21, 2005
37
2.5/4
New Yorkers still won dering how President Bush got re-elected may learn something from this comprehensive British TV documentary.
Posted Jan 20, 2005
38
3/4
A thriller that actually thrills.
Posted Jan 19, 2005
39
2/4
All the characters are flat-out stereotypes; there isn't a surprising plot twist in sight, and even the singing is nothing to write home about.
Posted Jan 14, 2005
40
1.5/4
The action scenes might grab you, but there's a lot of talky downtime.
Posted Jan 14, 2005
41
2/4
Coach Carter (2005)
The inspirational tale becomes just another by-the-numbers, cliché-ridden sports film.
Posted Jan 14, 2005
42
1/4
Elektra (2005)
43
1/4
White Noise (2005)
Silly and unscary.
Posted Jan 7, 2005
44
2/4
You might say it's a case of too many ingredients spoiling the meal.
Posted Jan 7, 2005
45
0/4
Aspires to be a highly stylized exploration of the mind of a serial killer, but it's nothing more than a gory, bloodsoaked snuff film, reveling in its own shock value as women are stabbed, strangled, raped and mutilated.
Posted Jan 7, 2005
46
3/4
Quote not available.
Posted Jan 1, 2005
47
3/4
Features Sean Penn in a mesmerizing portrayal.
Posted Dec 30, 2004
48
1.5/4
Endless and pretentious.
Posted Dec 29, 2004
49
2/4
An uneasy blend of tragedy, comedy and anti-Semitism.
Posted Dec 29, 2004
50
3/4
Consistently funny.
Posted Dec 29, 2004