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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
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
2
2.5/4
Rings with authenticity and solid acting.
Posted Jul 21, 2003
3
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
4
3/4
Creepy.
Posted Jul 18, 2003
5
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
6
2.5/4
A surprisingly gentle, old-fashioned comedy.
Posted Jul 18, 2003
7
2/4
How to Deal (2003)
Teen soap opera.
Posted Jul 17, 2003
8
1/4
Bad Boys II (2003)
9
3/4
The Cuckoo (2003)
Thoughtful, well-acted comedy.
Posted Jul 17, 2003
10
3.5/4
Northfork (2003)
Remarkable love letter to the disappearance of the American frontier.
Posted Jul 11, 2003
11
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
12
2.5/4
The film is extremely well-acted.
Posted Jul 11, 2003
13
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
14
2/4
Overly mannered and schmaltzy.
Posted Jul 11, 2003
15
.5/4
Suspension of disbelief is as necessary as popcorn when approaching a summer comic-book movie, but LXG is too preposterous even for this fantastical genre.
Posted Jul 11, 2003
16
3/4
7th Street (2003)
Quote not available.
Posted Jul 10, 2003
17
.5/4
The central character in the cynical French sex farce Confusion of Genders is such an odious piece of work -- weak, indecisive and shallow -- that it's hard to follow his carnal misadventures with anything approaching interest.
Posted Jul 9, 2003
18
2/4
Madame Satã (2002)
One of those films that takes up a potentially fascinating subject only to fumble it.
Posted Jul 9, 2003
19
2/4
Pirates of the Caribbean tends to overstay its welcome.
Posted Jul 9, 2003
20
3/4
Tattoo (2002)
A very stylish variation on The Silence of the Lambs and Seven.
Posted Jul 8, 2003
21
3/4
Troubling.
Posted Jul 8, 2003
22
2/4
Bland music, marquee-friendly casting and crassly contemporary dialogue give this film the mechanical feel of a marketing exercise, not a movie.
Posted Jul 8, 2003
23
2.5/4
Gasoline (2002)
24
2.5/4
A brace of superb performances elevates French writer-director Francois Ozon's first English-language movie.
Posted Jul 2, 2003
25
1.5/4
It's so gosh-darned darling it almost turns your stomach.
Posted Jul 2, 2003
26
1/4
Terminator 2 wrapped things up so thoroughly and in such a satisfying way that all this witless, plodding rehash can do is tell the same story again, a lot less skillfully.
Posted Jul 1, 2003
27
2/4
An excuse for a spectacular series of costume and hair changes, not-so-spectacular stunts and a parade of pointless celebrity cameos.
Posted Jun 27, 2003
28
1/4
On_Line (2003)
It's really just about a bunch of pathetic losers whiling away the hours with their hands jammed down their pants.
Posted Jun 26, 2003
29
2.5/4
Director Bret Wood -- no relation to Ed -- sketches the fascinating history of Wayman's highway safety films.
Posted Jun 26, 2003
30
3.5/4
31
1/4
Bonhoeffer (2003)
The life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, the pacifist theologian in Germany who spoke out openly and strongly against Hitler, would make one hell of a movie. Unfortunately, Martin Doblmeier's documentary Bonhoeffer isn't it.
Posted Jun 26, 2003
32
3/4
My Terrorist (2003)
A gripping and thoughtful documentary.
Posted Jun 25, 2003
33
1/4
34
2/4
Alex & Emma (2003)
[The film] fails despite Kate Hudson's tinkling laugh and Luke Wilson's likably laconic presence.
Posted Jun 20, 2003
35
1.5/4
Hulk (2003)
This messy, disappointing, self-important and utterly humorless version of the Marvel comic book character may be the toughest flick with a green protagonist to sit through since The Grinch.
Posted Jun 20, 2003
36
2/4
Suriyothai (2003)
An eye-popping if lumbering spectacle.
Posted Jun 20, 2003
37
2.5/4
Friday Night (2003)
If you give yourself over to it, this romantic tale of a liberating one-night stand proves oddly seductive and generates a warm afterglow.
Posted Jun 20, 2003
38
1/4
Before long, you lose track of who is who and who is doing what to whom.
Posted Jun 13, 2003
39
3.5/4
Pistol Opera (2001)
There's style and panache to spare.
Posted Jun 13, 2003
40
1/4
Jet Lag (2003)
An alarmingly unfunny French comedy where the two main characters are constantly yakking on a cell phone at an airport.
Posted Jun 13, 2003
41
1/4
A dull and creaky soap opera.
Posted Jun 13, 2003
42
2.5/4
A raft of impressive performances -- and a dose of lunatic unpredictability -- float this verbose debut from writer-director Scott Roberts.
Posted Jun 13, 2003
43
1/4
There's little action in this snail-paced bore, you'll need a high-powered magnifying glass to spot the comedy and the 'buddies' have about as much chemistry as a pair of wet socks.
Posted Jun 13, 2003
44
2/4
Even dumberer than the original.
Posted Jun 13, 2003
45
3/4
The amazing story of Edith Hahn Beer, an Austrian Jew who survived the Holocaust by passing herself off as Aryan.
Posted Jun 13, 2003
46
2.5/4
Beyond the ill-conceived odorama gimmick, the new Rugrats movie ... is harmless, if slightly hyperactive, fun.
Posted Jun 13, 2003
47
3/4
Manito (2003)
Eason has crafted a small, independent film that has an outsized impact.
Posted Jun 13, 2003
48
2.5/4
A lark for anyone who's willing to check their brains at the concession stand for 100 minutes.
Posted Jun 6, 2003
49
2/4
Wildly uneven romantic drama.
Posted Jun 5, 2003
50
3/4
Whale Rider (2003)
A contemporary version of an aboriginal legend from New Zealand that should delight audiences of all ages.
Posted Jun 5, 2003