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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2/4
The result is earnest but not terribly original.
Posted Aug 21, 2003
2
1/4
Dust (2003)
The bloodthirsty Dust lurches so wildly and meaninglessly between genres and time frames that all it creates is motion sickness.
Posted Aug 21, 2003
3
1.5/4
It's only sporadically entertaining.
Posted Aug 21, 2003
4
3/4
Dog Days (2001)
[Seidl] is a talented man with things to say. And he says them, whether or not you approve or even care to listen. We applaud that.
Posted Aug 21, 2003
5
3/4
A charming mix of Walter Mitty and About Schmidt.
Posted Aug 21, 2003
6
2/4
Directors Potelle and Rankin lack the skill to integrate the sometimes drastic shifts between comedy and drama -- and the serious portions ultimately get short shrift, apparently at the behest of Miramax's marketing executives.
Posted Aug 21, 2003
7
1.5/4
OT: Our Town (2003)
For a film about stereotype-busting, OT treads a very worn path.
Posted Aug 15, 2003
8
3/4
Open Range (2003)
A solidly crafted and entertaining old-school western.
Posted Aug 15, 2003
9
3.5/4
Sweet and sour treat.
Posted Aug 15, 2003
10
1/4
Grind (2003)
If you stay awake, you'll certainly feel more than a little ground down after watching perhaps 15 minutes of skateboard footage padded out with nearly 90 minutes of strenuously unfunny toilet humor.
Posted Aug 15, 2003
11
1.5/4
Despite oblique references to Psycho and Children of the Corn, Freddy vs. Jason lacks the knowing wit needed to keep it afloat in an age when even the horror spoofs have been spoofed.
Posted Aug 15, 2003
12
0.5/4
Uptown Girls (2003)
A creepy, depressing and leering 'comedy' that's a virtual collection of 'What were they thinking?' moments.
Posted Aug 15, 2003
13
3/4
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Posted Aug 14, 2003
14
2/4
The Princess Blade would have been better off forgetting the love story and concentrating on the kick-ass action.
Posted Aug 8, 2003
15
3/4
As transporting as its otherworldly title suggests.
Posted Aug 8, 2003
16
2.5/4
You know all along that Jadu will get to return to his far-away planet and that Rohit and Nisha will walk off into the sunset together, but it's fun watching the events unfold.
Posted Aug 8, 2003
17
3/4
It's a hushed work of restrained emotions, elliptical storytelling and spare dialogue, peopled with smart, authentic characters who have drawn you into their lives before you know it.
Posted Aug 8, 2003
18
2/4
S.W.A.T. (2003)
A lifeless trudge through squandered opportunities and god-awful dialogue.
Posted Aug 8, 2003
19
2.5/4
Le Divorce (2003)
Though not as witty or accomplished as you'd expect from its pedigree, Le Divorce provides welcome relief from the lame-brained trash Hollywood has foisted on the public this summer.
Posted Aug 8, 2003
20
2.5/4
Seaside (2002)
The story is familiar and the direction doesn't break any new ground. Still, Lopes-Curval's excellent ensemble cast makes Seaside pleasurable viewing.
Posted Aug 6, 2003
21
3/4
Freaky Friday is Disney's best comedy in years.
Posted Aug 6, 2003
22
3.5/4
Mullan triggers all your emotions -- anger, sorrow, pity, disgust, shame. And once he gets hold of you, he won't let go.
Posted Aug 1, 2003
23
1.5/4
One part cabaret, one part travelogue, one part comic heist, one part romantic tearjerker -- and all pretty tedious.
Posted Aug 1, 2003
24
2.5/4
Lacking a solid narrative beyond the worsening marital crisis, this humor-flecked domestic drama ends up relying heavily on directorial tricks such as splashes of magic realism, giving it a self-satisfied air that quickly becomes grating.
Posted Aug 1, 2003
25
2/4
Has some gut-busting moments, but for the most part the thrill is gone from what the ads describe as the 'thrilling climax' of this gross-out franchise.
Posted Aug 1, 2003
26
1/4
Gigli (2003)
27
2/4
Lucia, Lucia (2003)
Runs out of gas toward the end due to an over-complicated plot.
Posted Jul 25, 2003
28
3/4
[A] stirring, character-driven study.
Posted Jul 25, 2003
29
2.5/4
Hotel (2003)
There are clever, funny, erotic and visually beautiful moments scattered throughout the film.
Posted Jul 25, 2003
30
3.5/4
Camp (2003)
Graff has drawn uniformly excellent performances from his cast of unknowns. And they can sing and dance up a storm.
Posted Jul 25, 2003
31
2/4
Bugs! (2003)
Kids will get off on Bugs! and then go home and have nightmares. Adults who accompany them may have to fight off sleep before they get home.
Posted Jul 25, 2003
32
1.5/4
This is really just an excuse for blink-and -you'll-miss -them appearances by characters from the previous two films.
Posted Jul 25, 2003
33
2.5/4
Solid entertainment with an enjoyably rough-and-tumble vibe.
Posted Jul 25, 2003
34
4/4
Seabiscuit (2003)
This is a movie that gets it all right.
Posted Jul 25, 2003
35
2/4
Banal dialogue, ludicrous and uninspired plotting, dull but vicious fight scenes.
Posted Jul 25, 2003
36
0/4
A lame contemporary comedy about a radical Dallas commune operating out of a bookstore.
Posted Jul 22, 2003
37
2/4
The Sea Is Watching most likely wouldn't have made it to New York if not for the Kurosawa connection. That link is also the main reason to see it.
Posted Jul 22, 2003
38
2.5/4
Rings with authenticity and solid acting.
Posted Jul 21, 2003
39
2/4
Garage Days (2003)
A small-scale Australian musical with an appealing no-name cast whose charms are obscured by directorial self-indulgence.
Posted Jul 18, 2003
40
3/4
Creepy.
Posted Jul 18, 2003
41
3/4
Thank you, Britain, for sending us another smart alternative to the big, dumb and noisy stink bombs that have polluted the summer movie schedule so far.
Posted Jul 18, 2003
42
2.5/4
A surprisingly gentle, old-fashioned comedy.
Posted Jul 18, 2003
43
2/4
How to Deal (2003)
Teen soap opera.
Posted Jul 17, 2003
44
1/4
Bad Boys II (2003)
45
3/4
The Cuckoo (2003)
Thoughtful, well-acted comedy.
Posted Jul 17, 2003
46
3.5/4
Northfork (2003)
Remarkable love letter to the disappearance of the American frontier.
Posted Jul 11, 2003
47
1.5/4
KM.0 (2001)
The artifice of this construct could be forgiven if the multiple hookups that ensue ... were not quite so sudsy and the characters less one-note.
Posted Jul 11, 2003
48
2.5/4
The film is extremely well-acted.
Posted Jul 11, 2003
49
1/4
Director-writer Gorlin offers little reason for the sexpot to fall for the geek -- or for Mike to befriend Mendy.
Posted Jul 11, 2003
50
2/4
Overly mannered and schmaltzy.
Posted Jul 11, 2003