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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
1/5
The British film wasn't much better. But, beleive me, it was easier to watch than this loud mess.
Posted Jun 9, 2010
2
2/5
4.3.2.1 (2010)
Like most of those movies that purport to tell it like it is for the fashionably chic young, the result is as cheesy and sentimental as it pretends to be streetwise.
Posted Jun 9, 2010
3
3/5
Shrink (2009)

4
4/5
Even though the one sustained sequence of violence has already caused controversy, possibly more than it deserves, this Killer is stylish and convincing.
Posted Jun 9, 2010
5
4/5
6
2/5
It has a terrible screenplay and you get the feeling that Johnson could be a much better light comedian than this, given a better chance.
Posted Jun 3, 2010
7
2/5
The Losers (2010)
Just endless stunts. Dispiriting.
Posted Jun 3, 2010
8
2/5
[Rec] 2 (2010)
It doesn't match the original ... there is virtually no back story shown and the inhabitants of the block are by now too far gone even to be identified.
Posted Jun 3, 2010
9
4/5
Anyone prepared to make a trilogy of films about life as an Arab citizen in Israel deserves praise for audacity.
Posted Jun 3, 2010
10
1/5
11
4/5
12
4/5
13
2/5
Cop Out (2010)
14
4/5
Heartless (2010)
15
3/5
16
1/5
Pimp (2010)

17
3/5
Peter Mettler, its director, is trying to show how the second largest oil reserve in the world, which emits more CO2 each day than all the vehicles in Canada, has despoiled a track of the boreal forest as big as England.
Posted May 20, 2010
18
3/5
The film is an honest celebration of an inventive and daring comedian, whose influence was profound.
Posted May 20, 2010
19
4/5
Jack Cardiff's superb Technicolor cinematography looks as beautiful as Gardner and that's substantially the reason the film has stood the test of time.
Posted May 20, 2010
20
3/5
The simplicity of the tale is its strength and the acting of Zohar Strauss as Aaron and Ran Danker as Ezri is entirely natural.
Posted May 20, 2010
21
4/5
The least that can be said for Maoz's film is that it is a tour de force that forcefully expresses what war is like for ordinary grunts who don't want to do anything but get home as quickly as possible.
Posted May 20, 2010
22
4/5
Vincere (2010)
Vincere maintains its grip through sheer flair.
Posted May 20, 2010
23
3/5
Stone, who has always expressed surprise that Gekko became a cult hero, here underlines the fact that his creation has the same old instincts.
Posted May 20, 2010
24
2/5
It is ineffably facile, often absurd and seems like a soufflé that just won't rise.
Posted May 20, 2010
25
2/5
Robin Hood (2010)
26
2/5
To call the film patterned to fit would be a blazing understatement.
Posted May 13, 2010
27
1/5
People often ask reviewers to choose the worst film of the year so far. At last I have a cast-iron candidate.
Posted May 13, 2010
28
2/5
Saunters along as if all concerned had decided that imagination and flair were either unnecessary or impossible.
Posted May 13, 2010
29
4/5
[An] extraordinary kaleidoscope of a film...
Posted May 13, 2010
30
2/5
It's passably funny in spasms, but in the end the outright vulgarity palls and you wonder what the two leading ladies in the cast, Collette Wolfe and Lizzy Caplan, thought of it all. Not much, I'd say.
Posted May 13, 2010
31
4/5
Four Lions (2010)
32
4/5
Definitely a document from lost-past times.
Posted May 6, 2010
33
3/5
Revanche (2009)
Gotz Speilmann's film is well-made, aptly characterised and seems frighteningly true to life.
Posted May 6, 2010
34
3/5
A sympathetic study of confusion, heartache and despair.
Posted May 6, 2010
35
4/5
Zhangke never hints much about politics ... His is more the story of ordinary people caught up in history and still determined to live their lives as well as they can. It's both relevant and resonant.
Posted May 6, 2010
36
4/5
There can be no more beautifully shot or perfectly framed film out in London at the moment than Claudia Liosa's allegorical tale.
Posted May 6, 2010
37
3/5
Refn, who made the underrated Bronson in England and the striking Pusher series in Denmark, goes out of his way to avoid the usual clichés of Viking sagas...
Posted May 6, 2010
38
3/5
39
4/5
Iron Man 2 (2010)
40
2/5
Centurion (2010)
Centurion makes a decently mounted action movie in which only the uniforms and weaponry differentiate it from Iraq or Afghanistan. Maybe that's the point of it. But you still have to pen a script.
Posted Apr 29, 2010
41
4/5
This is a film of great originality, a cumulative power and a basic oddness that you'll either consider amazing or excruciatingly dull.
Posted Apr 29, 2010
42
3/5
Agora (2010)
A swirling, big budget film that sometimes gets in the way of Rachel Weisz's excellent playing of the woman who ought to be better known.
Posted Apr 29, 2010
43
4/5
If the film says nothing new, it certainly brings the same kick to the mind that Happiness achieved. And it's not as cold-hearted as it first seems.
Posted Apr 29, 2010
44
3/5
Date Night (2010)
Okay, this is only a farcical fable, but with another director it might have been a little more than that.
Posted Apr 29, 2010
45
1/5
When the French are pretentious, the word gets a whole new meaning.
Posted Apr 22, 2010
46
3/5
It is not an easy watch -- but it is an impressive acheivement.
Posted Apr 22, 2010
47
1/5
The plodding direction, pedestrian cinematography and second-rate script prevent a good cast doing more than help the story along.
Posted Apr 22, 2010
48
3/5
Bananas! (2009)
Fredrik Gertien's documentary about the alleged perils of being a Nicaraguan banana worker has landed the director in serious trouble with the Dole Food Company.
Posted Apr 22, 2010
49
2/5
Dear John (2010)
Tatum makes what use he can of his two expressions, Seyfried does her best to perk things up and much the best performer is Richard Jenkins...
Posted Apr 22, 2010
50
3/5