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New Times

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Title/Year
Author
1
America's Heart & Soul could just as easily be called Stock Footage: The Movie.
Posted Jun 29, 2004
2
3/5
Its best moments make up for its more mediocre ones.
Posted Jun 29, 2004
3
3/5
Cheap and unpleasant, yet compelling
Posted Jun 29, 2004
4
5/5
King Kong (1933)
Though the story's logic is ludicrous if one ever stops to think about it, the movie creates a reality all its own.
Posted Jun 29, 2004
5
3/5
Somewhat less successful than the original, not just because it necessarily must lean heavily on clips from the first movie
Posted Jun 29, 2004
6
4/5
Maintains an effective balance between the kiddie toon and the more subtle comics it was based on. Koteas is miscast, though.
Posted Jun 29, 2004
7
3/5
Henry Fool (1998)
Has some good acting and ideas, but Hartley doesn't seem to know how to end the thing.
Posted Jun 29, 2004
8
2/5
Generally fairly tedious and predictable, without being especially believable.
Posted Jun 29, 2004
9
5/5
Rashômon (1951)
A classic head-game of perception versus reality.
Posted Jun 24, 2004
10
A strong toxin requires a strong antidote. Certain to have some impact on the upcoming election.
Posted Jun 24, 2004
11
5/5
Jim Varney at the peak of his comedic powers, playing two instantly distinctive roles. If you only ever see one Ernest movie, make it this one.
Posted Jun 24, 2004
12
1/5
Leonetti is a great cinematographer, but as director, well...
Posted Jun 24, 2004
13
The Notebook (2004)
if you're the sort who enjoys shedding [tears] in darkened theaters, your must-see summer movie has arrived.
Posted Jun 24, 2004
14
3/5
Sorry, but it really isn't that scary in this day and age.
Posted Jun 24, 2004
15
4/5
True Lies (1994)
Could stand to have about 30 minutes excised -- but the final one-liner is classic.
Posted Jun 24, 2004
16
2/5
It's a good thing people finally recognized Selma Blair's talent so she could stop making movies like this.
Posted Jun 24, 2004
17
3/5
Labyrinth (1986)
Great production design; if only the ending weren't so lame.
Posted Jun 24, 2004
18
5/5
UHF (1989)
If the idea of a Weird Al movie is anathema to you, just don't bother reading anything I write, ever.
Posted Jun 24, 2004
19
Two Brothers (2004)
Everyone loves tigers, save perhaps for those actually being mauled to death by them.
Posted Jun 24, 2004
20
3/5
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Posted Jun 23, 2004
21
More calamitous, however, was the decision to dub the film in English. And not just dub, but only partially dub.
Posted Jun 22, 2004
22
5/5
Nic Cage may never be better.
Posted Jun 18, 2004
23
3/5
Better and rawer than any of the remakes.
Posted Jun 18, 2004
24
3/5
Palmetto (1997)
Just an average neo-noir that's kinda fun to watch once on cable.
Posted Jun 17, 2004
25
5/5
When the movie becomes a legend, watch the legend.
Posted Jun 17, 2004
26
2/5
Bambi (1942)
Overrated by people who never read the original book and think kids' voices with speech impediments are cute.
Posted Jun 17, 2004
27
3/5
Good set-up; less pay-off than I'd hoped.
Posted Jun 17, 2004
28
Not sure where the producers get off implying that this sports-movie satire is in any way true, but it's so preposterous, few are likely to be confused.
Posted Jun 17, 2004
29
A smugly scatterbrained movie development committee throws the sociological kitchen sink at anyone stupid enough to care about Ann Coulter.
Posted Jun 10, 2004
30
5/5
The Body (2001)
A heartfelt and powerful examination of faith that no serious student or enthusiast of theology or philosophy should miss
Posted Jun 10, 2004
31
3/5
Not as enjoyably over-the-top as the subsequent HBO series would be, but a decent British horror anthology.
Posted Jun 10, 2004
32
1/5
Whiteboyz (1999)
Whiteboys is almost as short on substance as its poseur protagonists
Posted Jun 10, 2004
33
5/5
Cool as Ice (1991)
The most brilliantly insane pop-star movie ever, lensed by Spielberg regular Janusz Kaminski and loaded with stylistic strangeness. Ice Rules!
Posted Jun 10, 2004
34
5/5
Love, Etc. (1999)
For anyone who has ever been betrayed by love, or wanted someone they couldn't have, Love, Etc. is a dead-on analysis, and a must-see.
Posted Jun 10, 2004
35
Director Julie Bertucelli...doesn't have a very distinctive visual style, but she's aided tremendously by the architecture and scenery of Georgia
Posted Jun 10, 2004
36
It's all about Murray, who plays Garfield like he's that old lounge singer from Saturday Night Live
Posted Jun 10, 2004
37
3/5
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Posted Jun 10, 2004
38
4/5
Lifeforce (1985)
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Posted Jun 10, 2004
39
3/5
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Posted Jun 10, 2004
40
2/5
Supergirl (1984)
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Posted Jun 10, 2004
41
5/5
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Posted Jun 10, 2004
42
3/5
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Posted Jun 5, 2004
43
2/5
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Posted Jun 5, 2004
44
5/5
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Posted Jun 5, 2004
45
4/5
Amusing and fun.
Posted Jun 2, 2004
46
1/5
Supposed to be a reverse-gender parable about domestic violence, it fails on most levels.
Posted Jun 2, 2004
47
Cuarón has also taken more narrative liberties than Columbus did, and all of them are good, restructuring the film's chronology for increased dramatic impact
Posted Jun 2, 2004
48
5/5
Sonatine (1993)
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Posted May 29, 2004
49
5/5
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Posted May 29, 2004
50
5/5
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Posted May 29, 2004