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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3.5/5
Perry's big breadwinner is big on laughs, and those laughs aren't limited in their effectiveness to those who've already drunk Madea's Kool-Aid.
Posted Apr 21, 2011
2
3
1.5/5
4
3.5/5
Another Disneynature triumph , especially if you are a fan of these cool cats.
Posted Apr 19, 2011
5
3/5
Armadillo (2011)
6
3/5
7
3.5/5
A thriller that's riveting from start to finish.
Posted Apr 15, 2011
8
2.5/5
9
Ceremony (2011)
Ceremony isn't spectacularly original, but it's a proficient breakthrough that manages to make its familiarity charming.
Posted Apr 14, 2011
10
Scream 4 (2011)
Derivative, uninspired and painfully unconfident about its ability to scare audiences without the help of a phalanx of foley artists
Posted Apr 13, 2011
11
3/5
12
0.5/5
Footprints (2011)
The barely coherent Footprints seems bent on erasing any nostalgia one might have for Hollywood's heyday.
Posted Apr 12, 2011
13
4.5/5
Rio (2011)
Another winner from Blue Sky Studios, creators of the Ice Age series, Rio is the biggest and brightest animated triumph since Toy Story 3.
Posted Apr 12, 2011
14
2/5
The independent film world might never have asked for its own Basic Instinct, but it got one anyway with Road to Nowhere.
Posted Apr 8, 2011
15
3/5
Adult audiences looking for a smart, entertaining film should line up.
Posted Apr 8, 2011
16
0.5/5
It fails so completely at its reach for lowness that you may find yourself crying out for Mel Brooks, Monty Python, hell even Cheech OR Chong to swoop in and save the thing. No such luck.
Posted Apr 8, 2011
17
2/5
Arthur (2011)
The story, about a happy-go-lucky drunk who'll lose his fortune if he doesn't marry, hasn't changed, but somewhere along the way it has lost its reason for being.
Posted Apr 6, 2011
18
2/5
Soul Surfer (2011)
19
1/5
Cat Run (2011)
A loud, ugly and terrible movie that doesn't skillfully juggle its various elements; it throws them violently at your face and calls it edge.
Posted Apr 4, 2011
20
4/5
Trust (2011)
[A] challenging and provocative must-see movie that provides no pat answers and will surely have audiences talking long afterwards.
Posted Apr 4, 2011
21
3.5/5
Loveless (2011)
22
3/5
23
2.5/5
Circo (2011)
24
3.5/5
Hop (2011)
Hill effortlessly blends state of the art CGI with winning animation.
Posted Mar 30, 2011
25
3.5/5
Honey (2011)
A gorgeously shot, deeply interior portrait of the artist as a young introvert.
Posted Mar 29, 2011
26
3/5
Insidious (2011)
27
5/5
28
3/5
Rubber (2011)
Pleasure is derived strictly from bearing witness to such devilish and well-executed nonsense.
Posted Mar 29, 2011
29
3/5
Nenette (2010)
It's a wonderfully moving meditation on the capacity of animals to inspire our imaginations and something applicable to educational markets as well as regular documentary audiences.
Posted Mar 27, 2011
30
3.5/5
Equally nostalgic and fresh-faced, Guy and Madeline on a Park Bench is a bohemian musical that owes as much to Cassavetes Shadows as it does the French musicals of the '30s.
Posted Mar 27, 2011
31
3/5
Although this is basically 'Malcolm in the Middle' style material it's largely entertaining and harmless fun, especially for its target audience.
Posted Mar 25, 2011
32
1.5/5
Sucker Punch (2011)
This almost laughable mock-adventure should give Warner Bros at least one good weekend before receipts take a nosedive and audiences discover they are the ones being sucker-punched.
Posted Mar 25, 2011
33
3/5
34
3/5
35
3/5
Monogamy (2011)
The real star of the film, however, is Shapiro who, despite treading on marginally derivative subject matter, demonstrates a solid sense of style and a refreshingly delicate hand with actors.
Posted Mar 22, 2011
36
3/5
Suffice it to say that the twists and turns in The Double Hour are not arbitrary; rather, they are well considered and effective, right down to the last frame.
Posted Mar 22, 2011
37
4/5
38
4/5
Paul (2011)
Paul makes going to the movies fun again.
Posted Mar 18, 2011
39
3/5
The Beaver (2011)
The Beaver is ironically salvaged by GIbson's complete performance, and the film's commitment to his character ensures that it will endure beyond the controversy, resonating in spite of itself.
Posted Mar 18, 2011
40
2/5
Limitless (2011)
Limitless is the kind of slick trash that upstart distributors often embrace as a stepping stone to the sort of clumsily reckless trash at which big studios uniquely excel.
Posted Mar 17, 2011
41
Bridesmaids (2011)
a four-square piece of populist fun that ranks as quite possibly the best mainstream American comedy in years.
Posted Mar 16, 2011
42
4/5
Skateland (2011)
43
4/5
A don't-miss cinematic page-turner with enough twists to fill five movies.
Posted Mar 15, 2011
44
4/5
45
3.5/5
46
3.5/5
Source Code (2011)
A Hitchcockian thriller with a bit of Unstoppable and a little Unknown.
Posted Mar 15, 2011
47
4/5
3 Backyards (2011)
48
4/5
Redland (2011)
A haunting purgatorial journey through a bygone place and time.
Posted Mar 11, 2011
49
2.5/5
50
2/5
Elektra Luxx (2011)
Gugino and the rest of the mostly female cast clearly savor the chance to strip and swear in a free-play environment, which is a nice way of saying the film is hopelessly flabby and lacks coherence.
Posted Mar 11, 2011