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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
Finding Nemo (2003)
2
Rendition (2007)
3
4
5
The Kingdom (2007)
6
7
Much of the documentary shows in gripping detail the efforts to save Europe's treasures from Hitler's clutches and the ravages of war.
Posted Sep 17, 2007
8
9
This flamboyant, Peckinpah-ish ode to male bonding has a melancholy, fin de siècle splendor.
Posted Sep 6, 2007
10
3:10 to Yuma (2007)
11
One of the pleasures of Blitz's film is that it immerses us in the fraught, competitive pressures of the high-school debate world-like Spellbound, it gets the details right.
Posted Aug 24, 2007
12
Superbad (2007)
As a Revenge of the Nerds redux, Superbad isn't perfect. But it's super close.
Posted Aug 14, 2007
13
The movie goes down easy, but there's a thin line here: is this an homage or a parasite?
Posted Aug 7, 2007
14
Stardust (2007)
15
Clueless (1995)
16
17
There is something to be said for a movie that may end up preaching, for a change, to the unconverted. If only the laughs were bigger, smarter and more frequent than they are.
Posted Jul 24, 2007
18
Talk to Me (2007)
Brilliant, alcoholic and self-destructive, Greene is the fascinating subject of Kasi Lemmons's funky, R&B-driven biopic -- a vital entertainment that struts confidently between comedy and drama.
Posted Jul 17, 2007
19
Hairspray (2007)
20
21
Rescue Dawn (2007)
22
Sicko (2007)
23
Ratatouille (2007)
24
25
There's actually a coherent script, and there are some real laughs. Not big laughs, mind you, but a fairly steady stream of smiles and chuckles. And their newest caper is, as expected, fiendishly complex and outlandishly executed.
Posted Jun 6, 2007
26
Knocked Up (2007)
27
28
Paprika (2006)
Paprika expands your notion of what animation can achieve. You wake from it as if from a dream: spooked, provoked and exhilarated.
Posted May 24, 2007
29
28 Weeks Later delivers jolts of fright with alarming regularity.
Posted May 11, 2007
30
31
Spider-Man 3 (2007)
Spider-Man 3 is nothing if not eclectic, but somehow this ambitious mishmash works. Action-packed, with all the digital fireworks that a $250 million (or more) budget can buy, it's both the most grandiose chapter and the nuttiest.
Posted Apr 27, 2007
32
It's absolutely mesmerizing.
Posted Apr 24, 2007
33
Zoo (2007)
34
Hot Fuzz (2007)
35
Kasdan has made a winning if overly pat first feature notable for its keen ear, its preference for character over plot and its refreshing modesty.
Posted Apr 19, 2007
36
[A] jolly, oddly compelling and genuinely suspenseful documentary.
Posted Apr 11, 2007
37
The Hoax (2007)
A provocative and blackly comic portrait of a con artist who is ultimately a pawn in a much larger and more intricate conspiracy than even he can fabricate.
Posted Apr 3, 2007
38
39
Offside (2006)
As the political rhetoric between Washington and Tehran becomes dangerously overheated, Offside offers an intimate antidote: an affectionate glimpse into the cultural schisms that young Tehranis face every day.
Posted Mar 26, 2007
40
Touching the Void leaves you emotionally and physically spent, and grateful it was only a movie, not a mountain, you had to endure.
Posted Mar 26, 2007
41
42
Jackie Brown (1997)
43
The Namesake (2006)
44
Zodiac (2007)
45
Grbavica (2007)
Zbanic's deeply personal saga allows us to see the savage price that women paid in the Balkan wars.
Posted Feb 20, 2007
46
It isn't often a movie has the power to force a country to do the right thing.
Posted Feb 20, 2007
47
Avenue Montaigne is a tasty specimen of Gallic comfort food: it's well-sauced, it goes down easy and it satisfies.
Posted Feb 20, 2007
48
Breach (2007)
49
It's hard to believe this is von Donnersmarck's first feature. His storytelling gifts have the novelistic richness of a seasoned master.
Posted Feb 6, 2007
50