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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3.5/4
There's no mistaking Saddest for anything but a Maddin production. An exceptional one, at that.
Posted Apr 30, 2004
2
2.5/4
It's raw stuff.
Posted Apr 30, 2004
3
1.5/4
Envy (2004)
An embarrassingly unfunny black comedy.
Posted Apr 30, 2004
4
3/4
Written by Masud and his wife, Catherine Masud, the script is intelligent and affecting.
Posted Apr 30, 2004
5
1/4
As Daniel is drawn deeper into Kyril's web of shady business dealings, the film completely loses its way.
Posted Apr 30, 2004
6
1/4
Godsend (2003)
Lame, leaden and unthrilling.
Posted Apr 30, 2004
7
1.5/4
A sluggish meander through the life of the man considered by many to be a deity of golfing.
Posted Apr 30, 2004
8
2/4
Pierce Brosnan is impossibly suave; Julianne Moore is faultlessly lovely. But the heat they generate together couldn't spark a Boy Scout's campfire.
Posted Apr 30, 2004
9
2/4
Mean Girls (2004)
It's an improvement over the dire Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, but Mean Girls is nowhere near as satisfying as Freaky Friday.
Posted Apr 30, 2004
10
2.5/4
It's a surprisingly charming and fresh comedy that only becomes painfully saccharine in its last 20 minutes.
Posted Apr 23, 2004
11
3/4
Stylish flick, which harkens back to the work of old masters like Akira Kurosawa and Yasujiro Ozu.
Posted Apr 22, 2004
12
2/4
A thriller that shamelessly rummages through other movies in search of shocks.
Posted Apr 22, 2004
13
3/4
MC5: A True Testimonial should please die-hard fans as well as viewers who have never heard the band and its anthem, 'Kick Out the Jams.'
Posted Apr 22, 2004
14
2.5/4
If you can overlook its TV-episode look, occasional lapses in logic and detours into lurid overkill, this old-school psychological thriller, which marries a tracking-the- serial-killer narrative with occult themes, is a creepy diversion.
Posted Apr 22, 2004
15
3/4
Uses archival footage and music to tell a moving story that's all too common in the Third World.
Posted Apr 22, 2004
16
3/4
Offers a rare, fly- on-the-wall view of three Hollywood bad boys -- Sean Penn, Nick Nolte and Woody Harrelson -- as they rehearse for a play in San Francisco in the fall of 2000.
Posted Apr 21, 2004
17
2/4
Man on Fire (2004)
Man on Fire feels vaguely like something left over from the 1980s, when action heroes were one-note tough guys methodically picking off baddies.
Posted Apr 21, 2004
18
2.5/4
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Posted Apr 17, 2004
19
1/4
An undercooked concept, ineptly executed.
Posted Apr 16, 2004
20
1.5/4
A murky and morbid dirge of a gay romance set in Mexico City.
Posted Apr 16, 2004
21
1.5/4
Gypsy 83 (2001)
A depressingly predictable journey of self-discovery.
Posted Apr 16, 2004
22
3/4
Young Adam (2004)
Besides terrific performances, it boasts terrific cinematography by Giles Nuttgens that contrasts stunningly beautiful and grimly ugly Scottish landscapes.
Posted Apr 16, 2004
23
2/4
Nia Vardalos and Toni Collette unveil powerful pipes delivering this numbing battery of overly familiar songs, but the aural sledgehammer fails to fully divert attention from the paper-thin plotting.
Posted Apr 15, 2004
24
2/4
The Punisher (2004)
Travolta is terrific as a bad guy, making Saint almost sympathetic. His co-stars however, flounder in a sea of bad lines, with poor Romijn-Stamos getting stuck with the worst.
Posted Apr 15, 2004
25
3.5/4
A very good movie.
Posted Apr 15, 2004
26
2/4
The Alamo (2004)
Despite Thornton's yeoman efforts and a remarkable 52-acre set, you're more apt to forget The Alamo than to remember it.
Posted Apr 9, 2004
27
0.5/4
A dumb, pointless sequel.
Posted Apr 9, 2004
28
2.5/4
Though shamelessly derivative and amoral, The Girl Next Door is nevertheless funnier and smarter than most of the pathetic dreck aimed at the nation's teens.
Posted Apr 8, 2004
29
0/4
Showboy (2002)
A no-budget vanity production that almost instantly wears out its welcome.
Posted Apr 8, 2004
30
4/4
At turns sexy, ultra-violent and sweet, it will infiltrate your brain long after you've seen it.
Posted Apr 8, 2004
31
2/4
An ugly-looking mismash of a fairytale.
Posted Apr 8, 2004
32
3/4
This satisfying adaptation of a popular novel is mostly an artistic reflection on youthful loss of innocence.
Posted Apr 8, 2004
33
3/4
We strongly recommend you see this -- but please keep the kids away from hot stoves.
Posted Apr 8, 2004
34
2/4
A heavy-handed immigration melodrama.
Posted Apr 8, 2004
35
3/4
Marathon (2002)
The real star ... is Michael Simmonds, whose manic black-and-white camerawork captures the unique vibrancy of New York City.
Posted Apr 8, 2004
36
3/4
Hickenlooper is interested not just in chronicling the L.A. music scene, but in sympathetically presenting a man who has spent his life doing little but hanging out with celebrities.
Posted Apr 8, 2004
37
2.5/4
Son Frere (2004)
A harrowingly accurate portrait of the indignities sometimes suffered by hospitalized patients -- and the sacrifices their families make.
Posted Apr 2, 2004
38
3/4
In the end, inner peace is found by all -- on screen and in the audience.
Posted Apr 2, 2004
39
2.5/4
Hellboy (2004)
Surprisingly enjoyable.
Posted Apr 2, 2004
40
2.5/4
If brainless, predictable fun will do, check out Shaolin Soccer.
Posted Apr 2, 2004
41
1/4
Kevin Spacey has only a supporting role in The United States of Leland, but this troubled-youth melodrama -- which he produced -- is very much of a piece with the phony, pretentious and preachy flicks Spacey has starred in of late.
Posted Apr 2, 2004
42
1/4
Interminable and hackneyed fairy tale.
Posted Apr 2, 2004
43
2/4
Remember that Disney has done much better cartoons than this one.
Posted Apr 2, 2004
44
2.5/4
Walking Tall (2004)
Exciting stuff in its primitive, predictable way.
Posted Apr 2, 2004
45
2/4
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Posted Mar 27, 2004
46
2.5/4
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Posted Mar 27, 2004
47
3/4
Quote not available.
Posted Mar 27, 2004
48
3/4
Suddenly (1954)
Quote not available.
Posted Mar 27, 2004
49
1/4
Ned Kelly (2003)
A leaden retelling of the legend of Australia's Jesse James that has understandably been sitting on the shelf for a couple of years.
Posted Mar 26, 2004
50
2/4
Raja (2004)
Extremely well acted, though the direction by Jacques Doillon is on the leisurely side.
Posted Mar 26, 2004