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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3.5/5
2
2/5
This ho-hum offshoot of Megan McDonald's book series earns negative "thrill points" as it chronicles the mirthless backyard shenanigans of a suburban Pippi Longstocking.
Posted Jun 7, 2011
3
3/5
Spork (2011)
A quirky, imaginative and outrageously funny little movie that will speak to more of us than any of us would like to admit.
Posted Jun 6, 2011
4
3.5/5
5
5/5
Beginners (2011)
6
2.5/5
Super 8 (2011)
Abrams tackles Super 8 like it's a time capsule, emphasizing cartoony period details while ignoring the cohesiveness of the stories that came before his.
Posted Jun 3, 2011
7
2/5
The Ward (2011)
8
3/5
Bloodworth (2011)
The visuals are as lingeringly rich as Carolina summers. The music is supervised by the legendary T-Bone Burnett and is authentic and poignant.
Posted May 28, 2011
9
3.5/5
10
4/5
A fun and surprisingly affecting little adventure, Kung Fu Panda 2 ranks among the best films DreamWorks has ever done
Posted May 25, 2011
11
2.5/5
Its sense of fun-loving camaraderie feels forced and tinged with buzz-killing danger.
Posted May 24, 2011
12
4/5
13
2/5
Melancholia (2011)
14
2/5
15
3/5
Make Believe (2011)
Watching even the most tossed-off gag is worth whatever shortcomings Make Believe has.
Posted May 17, 2011
16
3/5
17
3/5
18
4.5/5
Precisely the kind of heady, ambitious effort Malick fans have long awaited from the former Harvard philosophy student and MIT philosophy professor.
Posted May 17, 2011
19
3/5
True Legend (2011)
20
2.5/5
Guilt and glossiness form the foundation of the slick production, which, despite the best intentions of all those working under director Justin Chadwick, exudes a mildly patronizing vapor that dampens the emotional affect and any historical incisiveness.
Posted May 14, 2011
21
3/5
22
4/5
The perfect summer movie and perhaps the best Pirates of them all.
Posted May 13, 2011
23
2.5/5
Caterpillar (2011)
24
4.5/5
Woody Allen's time-travelling comedy Midnight In Paris is a valentine to Paris and an absolute delight.
Posted May 13, 2011
25
3/5
Priest (2011)
In an era where monster mythology has become raw material for all sorts of mediocrity, Priest is one of the best examples of a broad-scale vampire blockbuster.
Posted May 12, 2011
26
3/5
27
2/5
Last Night (2011)
28
3/5
It catalogues and recalls events so vividly that it will become a communal experience for those with conflicted feelings about Luke, Han and those stupid, furry things from Episode VI.
Posted May 7, 2011
29
3/5
Harvest (2011)
It's a movie about a life, and life can be kinda funny and kinda poignant, even when it's full of ordinary things, like age, sickness and loss.
Posted May 7, 2011
30
3.5/5
Something Borrowed is a snappy rom com about intersecting desires among a group of twenty-something friends.
Posted May 6, 2011
31
4.5/5
Stake Land (2011)
32
2.5/5
The film is written so unevenly that its virtues feel more accidental than deliberate.
Posted May 6, 2011
33
3/5
Earthwork (2011)
34
3/5
Thor (2011)
Neither disaster nor triumph, Thor is an aggressively average crowd-pleaser.
Posted May 3, 2011
35
4/5
Trollhunter (2011)
36
4/5
The Arbor (2011)
37
4/5
38
3.5/5
Submarine (2011)
Richard Ayoade's Submarine is an auspicious, controlled and altogether droll debut film that resembles Wes Anderson's Rushmore without being derived from it.
Posted May 3, 2011
39
1.5/5
In the future, filmmakers will once again produce fun, entertaining and original films about vampires, werewolves and zombies. But until then, Dylan Dog: Dead of Night argues for a moratorium on movies about these three terrible creatures.
Posted May 2, 2011
40
3.5/5
41
3/5
42
3/5
Quick as a flash and just as substantial, the sequel to 2005's Hoodwinked aims to one-up the fairy tale universe and cultural references of Shrek in one go.
Posted Apr 27, 2011
43
4/5
Prom (2011)
Unlike most films of its ilk, Prom is genuinely human and relatable, veering with ease between comedy and drama.
Posted Apr 27, 2011
44
3.5/5
Is any filmmaker more comfortable moving between the didactic and the lyrical, between quotidian facts and profound speculation?
Posted Apr 26, 2011
45
1/5
46
*
47
3/5
Dumbstruck (2011)
Instead of shooting for real insight, the smoothly-edited doc maintains a pleasant course, as troubled artists continually navigate between compromise and concession.
Posted Apr 25, 2011
48
4/5
Fast Five (2011)
Summer roars to a start with Fast Five which features some of the most spectacular action sequences seen on the screen in years.
Posted Apr 23, 2011
49
3/5
50
4/5
It's simply hilarious.
Posted Apr 22, 2011