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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
B+
2
D
Sucker Punch (2011)
3
B
4
B-
Paul (2011)
5
4.5/5
Limitless (2011)
6
A-
7
B-
8
B
9
B
10
A-
Rango (2011)
11
B-
Beastly (2011)
12
B
13
D
Drive Angry (2011)
14
B-
Hall Pass (2011)
15
B+
Cedar Rapids (2011)
16
C-
17
B+
18
C
19
A-
20
4.5/5
Biutiful (2010)
21
Another Year (2010)
22
B
23
2.5/5
The Dilemma (2011)
Torn between establishing itself as a bromantic comedy or a relationship potboiler, the movie meets the requirements of neither. It is unsatisfying in general.
Posted Jan 14, 2011
24
2/5
There's simply no center here, no sense that someone is guiding the ship.
Posted Jan 14, 2011
25
3/5
A thoughtful, if sometimes frustrating, tale of a Frenchwoman caught in the middle of a civil war in an unidentified African country.
Posted Jan 14, 2011
26
5/5
Carlos (2010)
Carlos deserves mention alongside the greatest suspense thrillers ever made.
Posted Jan 7, 2011
27
2.5/5
Even the most dedicated of Nicolas Cage's fans will find little to enjoy about the historical-fantasy-action romp Season of the Witch.
Posted Jan 7, 2011
28
2/5
29
4.5/5
True Grit (1969)
Quote not available.
Posted Dec 24, 2010
30
4.5/5
Rabbit Hole (2010)
It's not exactly full of holiday cheer. Then again, perseverance can inspire and enlighten any time of the year.
Posted Dec 24, 2010
31
2.5/5
Little Fockers packs in all the cynicism and laziness of a tired franchise's third chapter. It's the drive-through version of comfort food, comedy by repetition and indigestion.
Posted Dec 21, 2010
32
4.5/5
True Grit (2010)
If Laura Ingalls Wilder took a detour through Cormac McCarthy country on the way to her Little House, she might stumble upon True Grit, a classic Western tale livened up by a few Coen brothers tweaks.
Posted Dec 21, 2010
33
4.5/5
The Tempest (2010)
34
4.5/5
With its rich source material shaped from real-life events, The King's Speech doesn't need to overplay its hand -- especially not with a king waiting in the hole.
Posted Dec 16, 2010
35
4.5/5
The Fighter (2010)
This is polished entertainment with a little edge, a juicy urban fable for grown-ups.
Posted Dec 16, 2010
36
2.5/5
Tron Legacy (2010)
37
4/5
Despite some rejiggering of the book's plot, it's a film that should please Narnia fans and, if it does well, may lead to the return of Eustace in the next installment, The Silver Chair. Here's hoping.
Posted Dec 10, 2010
38
4/5
The Tourist (2010)
The Tourist merely asks you to sit back and enjoy the ride, and then makes that task a breeze.
Posted Dec 10, 2010
39
4.5/5
It finds the humor in an unlikely love story, and it resists any temptation to play it straight.
Posted Dec 10, 2010
40
2/5
It just seems like a bunch of actors playing dress-up.
Posted Dec 10, 2010
41
4.5/5
Black Swan (2010)
It's the kind of nightmare melodrama that rouses the best from director Darren Aronofsky, of a piece with his dark spirals Requiem for a Dream and The Wrestler.
Posted Dec 3, 2010
42
3/5
Welcome to the Rileys is a reminder that good, or at least intriguing, things can come in what seem to be predictable packages.
Posted Nov 24, 2010
43
3/5
Faster (2010)
Johnson's performance is one of seething rage camouflaging emotional scars as ugly as the physical ones, a grim, single-minded figure straight out of a Jim Thompson or Richard Stark novel.
Posted Nov 24, 2010
44
2/5
One or two provocative bits emerge from the incoherence.
Posted Nov 24, 2010
45
4.5/5
Boxing Gym (2010)
Don't go to Boxing Gym expecting pugilistic melodrama about long-shot underdogs. There's not an ounce of fat or cliché in Frederick Wiseman's new documentary.
Posted Nov 18, 2010
46
2/5
47
4/5
Despite the lack of surprises and a too-neat ending, Today's Special radiates charming warmth.
Posted Nov 18, 2010
48
4.5/5
David Yates' fluid, fast-paced direction sends up the crackling tension of a thriller.
Posted Nov 18, 2010
49
4/5
50
5/5
127 Hours (2010)
The latest from Danny Boyle is actually an ode to survival, a bracing story of man and nature and an exhilarating sensory experience. It's my favorite movie so far this year.
Posted Nov 11, 2010