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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/5
Too crude for the kids and not crude enough for connoisseurs of the Something About Mary school of hair jism and balls caught in zippers, Osmosis Jones seems doomed to fall between the cracks.
Posted Aug 9, 2001
2
4/5
For those, Woody included, who dream that a snap of the fingers and a single word can solve all relationship problems, Jade Scorpion is definitely the date movie of choice.
Posted Aug 9, 2001
3
1/5
Too bad the script doesn't extend the same courtesy to the actors, who are saddled with dialogue neither man nor beast could respond to.
Posted Aug 9, 2001
4
2.5/5
Call it a letdown, worsened by the forces of shoddy screenwriting.
Posted Aug 9, 2001
5
4/5
Rush Hour 2 (2001)
The whole film plays like an outtake, and that I do mean as a compliment.
Posted Aug 9, 2001
6
4.5/5
The Others (2001)
When it comes to turning the screws of psychological terror, Amenebar is an expert technician.
Posted Aug 9, 2001
7
4.5/5
Even when the narrative stalls from too many detours and decapitations, Sleepy Hollow is gorgeous filmmaking that brims over with fun-house thrills and ravishing romance.
Posted Aug 9, 2001
8
5/5
One for the ages when it comes to the moral battles of war.
Posted Aug 2, 2001
9
2/5
Original Sin (2001)
The film aspires to Hitchcock ... but it comes off like one of those soft-core Red Shoe Diaries flicks you see on cable TV.
Posted Aug 2, 2001
10
2.5/5
The laughs are scattershot.
Posted Aug 2, 2001
11
4/5
The Deep End (2001)
Springs surprises that entertain and provoke.
Posted Aug 2, 2001
12
1.5/5
America's Sweethearts is a balloon, all right -- a lead one.
Posted Aug 2, 2001
13
3.5/5
Made (2001)
The kind of crime comedy that you root for even as it grows progressively more irritating.
Posted Jul 20, 2001
14
4.5/5
Ghost World (2001)
A film like no other, an artful spellbinder that cuts deep.
Posted Jul 10, 2001
15
3.5/5
A Clueless wanna-be, but Reese rocks.
Posted Jul 10, 2001
16
3/5
The Score (2001)
There's nothing you can't see coming in this flick, including the surprise ending.
Posted Jul 10, 2001
17
4.5/5
Is this a tour de force or what? As Hedwig would say, you do the math, honey.
Posted Jul 10, 2001
18
3/5
At first it's fun to watch the characters ... But then you notice a coldness in the eyes, a mechanical quality in the movements.
Posted Jul 10, 2001
19
1/5
There is much to grate on your nerves in this TV Afterschool Special trying to pass as a real movie.
Posted Jun 22, 2001
20
4/5
Baby Boy (2001)
Leaves you shaken.
Posted Jun 22, 2001
21
3/5
[A] fascinating wreck.
Posted Jun 22, 2001
22
3.5/5
Wisely focuses his attention on the film's two magnetic stars.
Posted Jun 22, 2001
23
4/5
A bonbon spiked with mirth and malice.
Posted Jun 22, 2001
24
2/4
In the department of numbing ineptitude, the pacing runs a neck-and-neck race with the dialogue.
Posted Jun 22, 2001
25
1.5/5
Rob Cohen, who last directed The Skulls -- ouch! -- can consider this one another career-killing skid mark.
Posted Jun 22, 2001
26
2/5
A fast, fat paycheck for star Eddie Murphy.
Posted Jun 22, 2001
27
2.5/5
Baise-Moi (2000)
As Despentes lets the brutality overwhelm the relationship between the women, the film loses its core, and the shock loses its value.
Posted Jun 12, 2001
28
4/5
Songcatcher (2001)
McTeer and the transporting music hold you in thrall.
Posted Jun 12, 2001
29
2/5
It's worse than the title suggests.
Posted Jun 12, 2001
30
0.5/5
The Animal (2001)
Certainly reeks like something produced from a squatting position.
Posted Jun 12, 2001
31
3.5/5
They turn what could have been an acting stunt into an intimate and compelling study of bruised emotions.
Posted Jun 12, 2001
32
1/5
Swordfish (2001)
The sleazy script by Skip Woods ... slimes the actors.
Posted Jun 12, 2001
33
4.5/5
Sexy Beast (2000)
It's Kingsley who will fire you up. He's dynamite.
Posted Jun 12, 2001
34
2/5
Evolution (2001)
It's refried comic beans that smell stale and smack of desperation.
Posted Jun 8, 2001
35
McConaughey, 26, is dynamite in a performance of smarts, sexiness, scrappy humor and unmistakable star sizzle.
Posted Jun 6, 2001
36
The Phantom (1996)
Expect this ghost of bad movies past to walk quickly to the back bins of Blockbuster, where it should be filed under a helpful heading, monotonous and juvenile.
Posted Jun 6, 2001
37
The Mask (1994)
Carrey is the ultimate party dude, and like the masked man says, this party is smokin'.
Posted Jun 6, 2001
38
The Paper (1994)
It's all slick, fizzy fun. But the film's fighting spirit gets snatched.
Posted Jun 6, 2001
39
In going beyond chase-yarn duty, Eastwood and Costner do themselves proud.
Posted Jun 6, 2001
40
The Player (1992)
[Altman] sticks it to every target, himself and us included, with a wicked zest that hurts only when you laugh.
Posted Jun 6, 2001
41
Boomerang (1992)
For all the sex talk in Boomerang, there's very little nudity. The only thing naked is Murphy's vanity.
Posted Jun 6, 2001
42
Deep Cover (1992)
Rather than ride the easy cynicism of the script, by Michael Tolkin and Henry Bean, Fishburne illuminates his character's moral struggle.
Posted Jun 6, 2001
43
Hamlet (1990)

Gibson gives the melancholy Dane an earnest but pedestrian reading.
Posted Jun 6, 2001
44
What this movie needs isn't criticism, it's more like a stake through the heart.
Posted Jun 6, 2001
45
Valmont (1989)
46
Next time, if the Turtles really want to hurt 'em, they should call on Hammer.
Posted Jun 6, 2001
47
[A] cliched catchall, which wastes a fine cast.
Posted Jun 6, 2001
48
4.5/5
Even when the accents are as indecipherable as the plot, Ritchie keeps the action percolating and the humor on high.
Posted Jun 5, 2001
49
2/5
What the film lacks is suspense, surprise (the new ending is a dud) and passion.
Posted Jun 5, 2001
50
4.5/5
Aims right for the heart and aces its target.
Posted Jun 5, 2001