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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3.5/4
Body of Lies (2008)
2
2.5/4
3
3.5/4
4
3/4
Religulous (2008)
5
3/4
Trumbo (2007)
6
2.5/4
7
3/4
Snow Angels (2007)
8
3/4
Redbelt (2008)
9
1/4
10
1.5/4
11
2/4
Babylon A.D. (2008)
12
2.5/4
The Rocker (2008)
13
3/4
14
2/4
Death Race (2008)
15
3/4
Street Kings (2008)
16
2.5/4
Deal (2008)
17
3.5/4
18
3/4
19
2.5/4
Hitch (2005)
20
3/4
21
2/4
22
1.5/4
The Reaping (2007)
23
4/4
24
3.5/4
25
3/4
26
3.5/4
27
2/4
28
2.5/4
29
1/4
30
4/4
31
2.5/4
Hancock (2008)
Here's a movie filled with bright ideas, crammed uncomfortably into a story burdened by confusing and often contradictory exposition.
Posted Jul 3, 2008
32
4/4
WALL-E (2008)
33
2/4
34
2/4
Leterrier and screenwriter Zak Penn dispense with the angst and focus on the smash. The result is a movie that eschews dialogue (or anything resembling an idea, for that matter) in favor of hyper-violent mayhem and unconvincing CGI.
Posted Jun 13, 2008
35
3/4
McBride sells the character with a straight face at all times, making it that much harder to watch when Simmons settles into full-fledged train-wreck mode.
Posted Jun 7, 2008
36
3.5/4
Rendition (2007)
37
3/4
Awake (2007)
38
3/4
39
3.5/4
40
1.5/4
Jumper (2008)
41
1.5/4
Postal (2007)
42
.5/4
43
3.5/4
44
3/4
45
2/4
46
3/4
47
4/4
Iron Man (2008)
While Iron Man has never ranked among the most iconic of American superheroes, Downey's brilliantly nuanced performance as a hedonist in the grip of a midlife crisis might change that.
Posted May 2, 2008
48
3/4
Whether 'Guantanamo Bay' could have succeeded in spawning a franchise on its own is questionable, but it hits more often than it misses.
Posted Apr 26, 2008
49
3/4
'Forgetting Sarah Marshall' is needlessly long, but it is very funny, even when the humor is cringe-inducing.
Posted Apr 22, 2008
50
2/4
The Ten (2007)
Rudd, whose wry deadpan proved indispensable in Judd Apatow comedies like 'The 40 Year-Old Virgin' and 'Knocked Up,' is used here mostly as a straight man, the host in charge of introducing stories that drift along without any real destination.
Posted Apr 22, 2008