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rec.arts.movies.reviews

Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
7/10
Nothing (2003)
Natali's script is constantly inventive in finding implications of this power.
Posted Jun 15, 2010
2
9/10
Cypher (2002)
Brian King's screenplay make this a fast paced science fiction adventure very much of the style of Philip K. Dick.
Posted Jun 15, 2010
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4
5
5/10
The Mini (2007)
The film takes some patience, but the comic style does eventually kick in.
Posted Jun 10, 2010
6
6/10
Splice (2010)
The film sadly lacks the fresh originality of Natali's previous films. Natali's film about DNA-splitting seems disappointingly recombinant.
Posted Jun 7, 2010
7
8
6/10
Even with colors subdued, the photography is beautiful and the tone is believable, though far from pleasant. This is Viking life unromanticized.
Posted May 31, 2010
9
7/10
Exam (2008)
The ninth person working on this puzzle will be the viewer.
Posted May 31, 2010
10
6/10
Whiz Kids (2010)
The film is exciting, but is somewhat handicapped by the non-public nature of the final competition.
Posted May 30, 2010
11
12
13
Vincere (2010)
14
15
16
8/10
Sort of a "Whitman's Sampler" of religious, metaphysical, and philosophical beliefs and opinions from all over the world.
Posted May 13, 2010
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18
4/10
In THE HUMAN CENTIPEDE, relatively standard mad scientist horror film elements combine with a truly twisted premise.
Posted Apr 30, 2010
19
20
21
22
8/10
City Island (2010)
Writer/director Raymond De Felitta has an uncommon talent for creating simple but compelling characters.
Posted Apr 19, 2010
23
7/10
With all the problems in Polanski's life (perhaps not undeserved) he can still turn out a gripping film.
Posted Apr 19, 2010
24
7/10
Those who enjoyed flying on dragons in 3D in AVATAR can do it again. The plot is overly familiar but still effective.
Posted Apr 13, 2010
25
Holy Rollers (2010)
26
8/10
[Grabsky] is documenting the life of Beethoven, he is illustrating the life with brilliant concert performers playing the music, but he is also having those same experts talking about what is in the music itself.
Posted Apr 1, 2010
27
28
6/10
Mutants (2009)
Fans of zombie films may be a little sorry that so much of the film is familiar. This is a one viewing film. But for that one viewing is a polished work.
Posted Mar 24, 2010
29
8/10
Afghan Star (2009)
The film is both optimistic and depressing. This film is about a real war with real deaths that is going on in Afghanistan and one of the battlefields of that war is a pop music contest on television.
Posted Mar 16, 2010
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31
32
7/10
What surprised me is that I had some affection for an action adventure film the way I would have in the days of the Ray Harryhausen's best films.
Posted Feb 24, 2010
33
7/10
Fans of psychological horror may have seen the material before, but rarely so much of it and rarely is the tone so perfectly presented.
Posted Feb 20, 2010
34
B+
35
6/10
The Wolfman (2010)
The script has some very nice touches but goes over the top in the final act. In many ways it is much more a work of art than the original film, but the original will be remembered when this film is forgotten.
Posted Feb 14, 2010
36
37
6/10
Cindy's conclusions are directly at odds with the evidence on the screen, and the entire story is surprisingly compelling for such a modest effort.
Posted Feb 9, 2010
38
39
9/10
Moon (2009)
40
3/10
Nine (2009)
41
Videocracy (2009)
42
43
7/10
The film opens with a quote from Chris Hedges saying that war is a drug. ... The film makes that quite clear, but I am not sure it says a whole lot more than that.
Posted Feb 1, 2010
44
45
6/10
A Single Man (2009)
A day in the life of a man in deep depression.
Posted Jan 23, 2010
46
5/10
It is hard to know what Jackson was intending to do with this film. Instead of telling the earth-story he seems to have wanted to give us some indelible images of heaven
Posted Jan 23, 2010
47
6/10
The actual story is muddled, but the imagination of the visual imagery is very good.
Posted Jan 20, 2010
48
2/10
49
6/10
50
3/10