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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3.5/5
Jane Eyre (2011)
Cary Joji Fukunaga's romantic thriller Jane Eyre is to19th-century literature what Black Swan is to ballet: a thoroughly cinematic, occasionally exhilarating reimagining of a repertoire standard.
Posted Mar 10, 2011
2
3.5/5
The perfect family film in every way, moms, dads, kids and even those Martians are gonna love this funny, warm and wonderful tale.
Posted Mar 10, 2011
3
2/5
4
4/5
5
3.5/5
6
C
Beastly (2011)
Teens convinced that a pimple will kill their social life will find Beastly bracingly honest. It's the cynicism, not the phoned-in uplift, that works in this JV Grand Guignol.
Posted Mar 4, 2011
7
5/5
8
2/5
It's only sporadically amusing and it's certainly not original, unless the definition of original has been broadened to include copies of things that were original twenty-five years ago.
Posted Mar 3, 2011
9
4.5/5
Rango (2011)
10
4/5
11
4.5/5
Heartbeats (2011)
12
C
Drive Angry (2011)
Cage passes the torch to the next generation of scene-chewing actors as he's graciously out-Caged by both Burke and shark-eyed William Fichtner as The Accountant
Posted Feb 26, 2011
13
3/5
Hall Pass (2011)
It is at times riotously raunchy and funny but, for the most part, grounded in a sweet reality.
Posted Feb 25, 2011
14
4/5
This sort of filmmaking is what the medium was created for.
Posted Feb 25, 2011
15
2.5/5
Super (2011)
Super is not wanting for good ideas; it's wanting for direction.
Posted Feb 23, 2011
16
2/5
Brotherhood (2011)
Brotherhood moves fast, but it can't outrun its superficiality.
Posted Feb 20, 2011
17
2/5
The promise of its opening wears off as the film wears on.
Posted Feb 19, 2011
18
2/5
We Are What We Are is a superficially provocative movie that tries way too hard to be memorable.
Posted Feb 19, 2011
19
3/5
20
0.5/5
Big Momma has laid a gigantic egg.
Posted Feb 19, 2011
21
C
I Am (2011)
Fodder for stoners, college sophomores and the sentimental, but you have to respect Shadyac for trying - and if his reward isn't found at the box office, I don't think he'll mind.
Posted Feb 18, 2011
22
3/5
Zero Bridge (2011)
A winning example of modesty in front of the camera and intelligence behind it.
Posted Feb 18, 2011
23
3/5
24
3.5/5
Unknown (2011)
Ich bin bash Berliner.
Posted Feb 17, 2011
25
3/5
Carancho (2011)
Without resorting to sensationalism, gratuitous gore, false spirituality, or any extraneous artificiality, Trapero has fashioned an emotionally involving picture.
Posted Feb 15, 2011
26
2.5/5
27
2.5/5
Cracks (2011)
Scott excels in maintaining a low, persistent hum of eroticism whose purpose is not titillation or camp.
Posted Feb 12, 2011
28
2/5
The Eagle (2011)
29
3.5/5
Lovers of Hate would be a family tragedy if the immature antics of the three characters didn't send you ping-ponging from sympathetic chuckles to guffaws of disgust.
Posted Feb 11, 2011
30
5/5
31
4/5
32
2/5
33
4/5
Kids will fall in love with it as a movie treat full of heart, laughs and fantastic songs, and it could have crossover appeal as a Valentine date night treat thanks to all its pointy-hatted romance.
Posted Feb 10, 2011
34
2.5/5
35
3/5
The surprising thing about the new behind-the-scenes documentary Justin Bieber: Never Say Never is that it should have appeal well beyond the star's young, adoring female fan base.
Posted Feb 9, 2011
36
4/5
Incendies (2011)
37
3.5/5
Buck (2011)
Its emphasis on spectacular landscapes populated by barns, corrals and rolling grass, and on values like family and community, holds a mirror up to lives rarely chronicled with such sympathy in American nonfiction film.
Posted Feb 5, 2011
38
4/5
39
1.5/5
The Roommate (2011)
What's most memorable about this plodding thriller are the copious amounts of foundation and lip gloss.
Posted Feb 4, 2011
40
3.5/5
Cold Weather (2011)
There's much to like in these chilly climes.
Posted Feb 4, 2011
41
3/5
Troubadours (2011)
42
2/5
What happens when a film director falls for a novel crammed with Incredible Moments of Heartbreaking Emotion and turns it into a movie crammed with Incredible Moments of Heartbreaking Emotion
Posted Feb 3, 2011
43
4/5
A refreshingly pure, honest and original love story.
Posted Feb 3, 2011
44
C+
Sanctum (2011)
In scuba gear, no one can hear you scream
Posted Feb 2, 2011
45
3.5/5
The Future (2011)
The fearless creative energy [Miranda July] displays and her unflinching honesty about not just the outer but also the inner world of romantic despair, make The Future a unique and rewarding experience.
Posted Jan 31, 2011
46
3/5
47
2/5
Tedious and forgettable.
Posted Jan 28, 2011
48
3/5
Lemmy (2011)
For the most part, Olliver and Orshoski are smart enough to allow Lemmy's unique personality to come to them, as opposed to pushing a case for it.
Posted Jan 28, 2011
49
4/5
David Mackenzie's quietly accomplished film straddles the arthouse world and cult movies with a unique poetic vision.
Posted Jan 28, 2011
50
2/5
Imagine, if you can, a film about Chopin containing precious little of his music but a large number of people telling you how wonderful his compositions are and you have some idea of the frustrating central flaw here.
Posted Jan 28, 2011