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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
4/5
2
3/5
3
3/5
Tamara Drewe (2010)
4
4/5
Cyrus (2010)
5
3/5
The Runaways (2010)
6
3/5
The Tempest (2010)
Lacks some of the magical qualities that lifts its story into the realms of classic fantasy. But it has two performances, apart from Mirren's, exempt from that criticism.
Posted Sep 15, 2010
7
4/5
Somewhere (2010)
8
3/5
Suggests a proper human being trying to make sense of a life in the public eye he never really wanted.
Posted Sep 8, 2010
9
The Town (2010)
Affleck knows that a large chunk of romance leavens any tough thriller but also that the best thrillers have pace and a real sense of atmosphere.
Posted Sep 8, 2010
10
3/5
11
1/5
12
5/5
The Leopard (1963)
The film is one of the most sumptuous ever made in Europe.
Posted Sep 1, 2010
13
3/5
Wah Do Dem (2010)
It's impossible not to like this small-budget road movie...
Posted Sep 1, 2010
14
2/5
[A] sappy and superficial adaptation...
Posted Sep 1, 2010
15
3/5
Dog Pound (2010)
The film is graced by excellent acting and based on extensive research.
Posted Sep 1, 2010
16
3/5
Good playing and powerful film-making make Cherry Tree Lane distinctive.
Posted Sep 1, 2010
17
4/5
Sebastian Silva's film is very finely decorated by Catalina Saavedra's loyal but self-destructive servant.
Posted Sep 1, 2010
18
1/5
Grown Ups (2010)
Despite some passable gags and a whole posse of middle-aged funnymen, Denis Dugan's comedy is about the least grown-up movie you could see.
Posted Sep 1, 2010
19
5/5
Black Swan (2010)
20
3/5
Readers of the books will surely be still delighted with Rapace's intense performance and those not familiar with them should enjoy an above-average thriller.
Posted Sep 1, 2010
21
3/5
22
3/5
A cherishable experience, with some lovely mood music, virtually no dialogue and a sense of past animated glories that keeps its undoubted whimsy afloat.
Posted Aug 26, 2010
23
2/5
Piranha 3-D (2010)
24
1/5
Marmaduke (2010)
Spectacularly sentimental, full of ridiculous computer-animated action, and makes sure its animals are a good deal less pallid than the humans on view.
Posted Aug 26, 2010
25
What we get is pure, unadulterated B-movie stuff, with an A-budget.
Posted Aug 26, 2010
26
2/5
Salt (2010)
27
2/5
The non-stop action almost drowns out what might have been a decent screenplay...
Posted Aug 19, 2010
28
3/5
If The Refuge doesn't amount to coruscating drama, it works its way under the skin simply by maintaining a complete sympathy with its characters.
Posted Aug 19, 2010
29
1/5
30
2/5
Step Up 3 (2010)
Those who would like a storyline not caressed by cliché had better beware.
Posted Aug 12, 2010
31
4/5
Undertow (2010)
Fuentes-Leon takes no sides. Instead he carefully explains the dilemma facing the three principal characters without any false dramatics.
Posted Aug 12, 2010
32
4/5
This is not one of Oliveira's most memorable works but it still provides a lesson in unobtrusive but pointed film-making.
Posted Aug 12, 2010
33
1/5
Winds its way towards its conclusion with scant imagination, except in a purely technical sense.
Posted Aug 12, 2010
34
3/5
Knight & Day (2010)
35
3/5
The film has a ripe, grown-up eroticism as rich as the sumptuous costumes and sets.
Posted Aug 3, 2010
36
2/5

37
2/5
The script is a lumbering, ponderous thing.
Posted Aug 3, 2010
38
3/5
The A-Team (2010)
39
5/5
40
2/5
Bluebeard (2010)
41
5/5
Toy Story 3 (2010)
42
4/5
Lymelife (2008)
There's nothing remotely original about Derick Martini's saga of American suburban life in the late Seventies. It has all been done before - but Martini's first feature is so sharply written and well acted that it appears fresh as a daisy.
Posted Jul 8, 2010
43
3/5
It isn't surprising that Hollywood is thinking about an American remake of Pascal Chaumeil's smash hit French rom-com. It looks like an American film already, smart and sassy but without much depth.
Posted Jul 8, 2010
44
4/5
45
3/5
46
4/5
This is no orthodox piece of cinema. It is, however, a memorable one with a superb performance from Huppert at its centre.
Posted Jul 2, 2010
47
2/5
A goat eats Forest Whitaker's Viagra. Do you really want me to tell you what happens?
Posted Jun 24, 2010
48
1/5
Killers (2010)
The whole film is scripted like it didn't matter, and directed in a similar fashion.
Posted Jun 24, 2010
49
3/5
Perhaps this is no more than a diversion from the man who made Hiroshima Mon Amour, Muriel and Last Year in Marienbad. But Wild Grass does show us a director as adventurous as ever as he nears 90.
Posted Jun 24, 2010
50
4/5
Please Give (2010)