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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
Krisha (2016)
2
3
Disgrace (2008)
4
Bronson (2009)
5
6
7
8
3/10
Miami Vice (2006)
In bringing Miami Vice to the big screen, Michael Mann forgot to tell us who these characters are and why we should care about them.
Posted Dec 28, 2006
9
7/10
If fights scenes are all you're after, Fearless suffices, but you've seen Jet Li in better form.
Posted Dec 28, 2006
10
7/10
If A Scanner Darkly doesn't match Waking Life's wonderfully fluid meditation on the nature of existence, it's still a remarkable visual experience and an involving drama -- albeit one that takes a while to wrap your head around.
Posted Oct 10, 2006
11
7/10
In all, V for Vendetta is a provocative film, not least because it's sometimes unclear what reactions it should be provoking.
Posted Oct 10, 2006
12
7/10
Maxed Out (2006)
This is an informative film about an important issue.
Posted Oct 10, 2006
13
8/10
LOL (2006)
It has some sly laughs (and a few wrenching moments, including one distressed voicemail message) and a sharp ear for how people (awkwardly) communicate.
Posted Oct 10, 2006
14
3/10
Like the Cleveland Indians in the playoffs, The OH in Ohio is a missed opportunity.
Posted Oct 10, 2006
15
10/10
The King (2006)
There isn't a scene in The King that doesn't work, and it all adds up to something rare: a film that doesn't cheat, and that may turn off some but will leave others, ahem, all shook up.
Posted Oct 10, 2006
16
8/10
This a rare film about social status in which the bourgeoisie is seen in three dimensions, with discreet charm.
Posted Oct 10, 2006
17
7/10
The film never feels simply like an accusatory diatribe; it's a sincere examination of the most important pop music of our time. Beyond Beats and Rhymes is rap food for thought.
Posted Oct 10, 2006
18
8/10
Son of Man (2006)
The movie is a mix of gritty realism and fable, and director Mark Dornford-May finds many ways to place the story in a contemporary setting.
Posted Oct 10, 2006
19
8/10
About as definitive a chronicle of American punk as we're likely to get.
Posted Oct 10, 2006
20
8/10
Factotum (2006)
A wry examination of quiet desperation, the film boasts rich performances and a nice topographical map of skid row.
Posted Oct 10, 2006
21
7/10
Open Window (2006)
A solid drama about how a traumatic incident affects a once-joyous relationship.
Posted Oct 10, 2006
22
6/10
Filmmakers Steven Cantor and Matthew Galkin capture concert performances so powerful, so joyful, that most objections can be overlooked.
Posted Oct 9, 2006
23
8/10
A comedy for our troubled, intensely partisan times
Posted Oct 9, 2006
24
6/10
The film has its share of pleasures, particularly as a wry satire of how arbitrarily the art world selects its favorites for reasons that can have little to do with the art itself.
Posted Oct 9, 2006
25
8/10
Equally fanciful and haunting.
Posted Oct 9, 2006
26
8/10
The film builds to a stunningly funny climax, one that is a moment of familial growth without an ounce of schmaltz.
Posted Oct 9, 2006
27
4/10
The visual representation of gruesome death makes this black comedy a bit hard to stomach.
Posted Oct 9, 2006
28
10/10
One of the wildest and bloodiest odysseys in recent cinema.
Posted Oct 9, 2006
29
4/10
Visually arresting but dramatically inert, Battle in Heaven is the very definition of a difficult film. The question is whether such difficulty is ultimately rewarding.
Posted Oct 9, 2006
30
9/10
The best comedians are remarkable for their ability to express things that most people wouldn't dare say. What separates Cohen is his ability to get these people to speak the words themselves, uncensored.
Posted Oct 9, 2006
31
5/10
Infamous (2006)
Truman Capote is good company, and for much of Infamous' running time, that's enough to hold our attention.
Posted Sep 25, 2006
32
3/10
D.O.A.P. leaves an ugly aftertaste.
Posted Sep 25, 2006
33
8/10
Rescue Dawn (2007)
... another triumph for the great German director.
Posted Sep 25, 2006
34
6/10
Despite some admirably committed performances, the film is marred by a few plot contrivances that cast unbelievability into a story that strives to be about real relationships, real politics, and real economics.
Posted Sep 25, 2006
35
4/10
Black Book (2007)
It's Nazis, melodrama and intrigue galore as Paul Verhoeven adds his patented Verhoeven touch to this sordid tale of a Jewish girl in hiding during World War II.
Posted Sep 25, 2006
36
8/10
Catch a Fire (2006)
The film champions its "terrorist" and vilifies its family man-turned-desperate lawman, and argues that when the lines between good and bad are forever blurred, forgiveness is mankind's only salvation.
Posted Sep 19, 2006
37
9/10
What further elevates Deliver Us From Evil beyond the poignancy and courage of O'Grady's victims and the sorrow of their devastated families is Berg's access to the pedophile himself.
Posted Sep 19, 2006
38
4/10
Obliterates the poignancy it's attempting to establish by being a weird, mismatched hybrid of political drama, adventure thriller, and road comedy.
Posted Sep 19, 2006
39
7/10
Filled with entertaining action sequences and a dazzling supporting cast, Operation Stormbreaker succeeds in serving up tasty fare for the older set, as well as kids.
Posted Sep 19, 2006
40
8/10
Scott Caan's second directorial effort is an intimate, comical gem of a film...
Posted Sep 19, 2006
41
6/10
El Cantante (2007)
El Cantante is driven by the rhythmic, pulsating sounds of Lavoe's music, without which the film would be nothing.
Posted Sep 19, 2006
42
6/10
Saw II (2005)
43
8/10
44
8/10
Flightplan (2005)
45
10/10
46
4/5
Red Eye (2005)
47
3/4
48
4/5
49
4/5
50
1/5