Most probably the only people who would get a kick out of a movie of Rollerball's ilk are wrestling fans or those who are able to see it for free.
Posted Feb 15, 2002
Ahhhh ... revenge is sweet!
Posted Feb 11, 2002
Unfortunately, when Yuri and Alexei are introduced, the movie sort of goes downhill a little bit.
Posted Feb 8, 2002
Note to the filmmakers: if your goal was to get the audience to feel the characters' pain and suffering, congratulations. It worked.
Posted Feb 6, 2002
Firth exudes a Ralph Fiennes-like smoldering charisma, taking a role that Fiennes himself would probably never stoop to accept.
Posted Feb 1, 2002
It's a heroic movie about an unheroic moment in American history.
Posted Jan 30, 2002
This is the type of movie best enjoyed by frat boys and college kids while sucking on the bong and downing one alcoholic beverage after another.
Posted Jan 28, 2002
ALI is an impressive documentation of a man and an era.
Posted Jan 23, 2002
The last time I felt this let down was when Bill Buckner let a certain ground ball roll between his legs during the 1986 World Series.
Posted Jan 18, 2002
The Man With No Eyebrows will go down in my books as the single greatest fictitious creation of all time.
Posted Jan 16, 2002
Howard makes it much more bearable by keeping the tension to a maximum and the potential for nausea to a minimum.
Posted Jan 12, 2002
Anyone with an extra pocket calculator may as well hand it over right now. Call me a freak, call me a geek, but I really enjoyed this movie.
Posted Jan 6, 2002
After witnessing firsthand the pleasures of Amelie Poulain's little world, I realized its oddball sense works greatly in the movie's favor.
Posted Jan 4, 2002
NO MAN'S LAND is the best war movie since SAVING PRIVATE RYAN.
Posted Jan 1, 2002
Thora Birch has the difficult and unenviable task of making this girl likeable, and she succeeds with flying colors.
Posted Dec 30, 2001
Even with some huge names of British stage and film topping the bill, and a sharp dissection of class distinctions, its scope is too encompassing to be completely enjoyable.
Posted Dec 28, 2001
Sort of like a second-rate Mulholland Drive, but that would be giving it too much credit.
Posted Dec 20, 2001
As Frank, Dean, Sammy, Peter and Joey might have said, "Ocean's 11 ... it's a gas, man!"
Posted Dec 15, 2001
How can I say this without being a heartless bastard? BANDITS absolutely sucked.
Posted Dec 13, 2001
The way (cinematographer Roger Deakins) plays with shadow and light hearkens back to a time when film noir was really something to behold.
Posted Dec 8, 2001
While I was able to appreciate what Breillat was trying to say regarding sisterhood, adolescence, and sexuality, FAT GIRL was a pain in the butt to sit through.
Posted Dec 7, 2001
(Tilda Swinton gives) perhaps the best performance from any actor I've seen so far this year.
Posted Nov 28, 2001
Thanks to Kingsley, the movie isn't entirely unwatchable, but I must warn you: don't be fooled by the short running time; Sexy Beast is a long movie.
Posted Nov 26, 2001
MEMENTO is not just a movie, but a puzzle.
Posted Nov 23, 2001
Acts as both a caution and a requiem for the enthusiasm and wasted energies of those caught in the middle of the dot.com revolution.
Posted Nov 20, 2001
I am now officially a Harry Potter fan. And that, I think, is the highest compliment a movie can get.
Posted Nov 19, 2001
The moral of the story, according to the Farrellys? Date a fat chick, and supermodels will flock to your door.
Posted Nov 17, 2001
If you think this movie is unfunny, death awaits you all with nasty, big, pointy teeth!
Posted Nov 16, 2001
Sometimes it's just better to leave well enough alone.
Posted Nov 15, 2001
I hate to sound cliche, but Monsters, Inc. really is the feel-good movie of the year.
Posted Nov 12, 2001
Drags you along on a cat-and-mouse game that's much like life itself; just when you think you have everything figured out, you realize you don't have a clue.
Posted Nov 8, 2001
It's a powerful, affecting portrait of a young woman trying simultaneously to rebel and find her roots.
Posted Nov 4, 2001
I completely lost interest in the final 20 minutes.
Posted Oct 30, 2001
Blade Runner is a pretty good sci-fi thriller, and it's beyond me while Harrison Ford says it's his least favorite.
Posted Oct 30, 2001
Not just a cop movie
Posted Oct 28, 2001
If you've ever seen a romantic comedy you know how it ends.
Posted Oct 22, 2001
98 minutes of pure, unadulterated exhilaration.
Posted Oct 19, 2001
thought-provoking and truthful ...
Posted Oct 17, 2001
THE CENTER OF THE WORLD is a lot like its subject, strippers; it looks great, but leaves you oddly unfulfilled.
Posted Oct 12, 2001
I haven't laughed so much at a movie theatre for a long time.
Posted Oct 4, 2001
Hearts In Atlantis takes way too much time getting to the point ... and it never seems to figure out exactly what that point is.
Posted Sep 30, 2001
The most exciting moment for me happened when the guy three seats down from me seemed about to wake up from his obvious slumber.
Posted Sep 26, 2001
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Posted Sep 23, 2001
Sex with Jennifer Aniston, or sex with hundreds of underage, wild, horny groupies? Hmmm ... now there's a tough decision I wouldn't mind making.
Posted Sep 16, 2001
Instead of banning things like this, we should be showing them; a movie like O could teach us all a lesson in humanity.
Posted Sep 3, 2001
"It's funny, it has lots of action, andhas some really hot women to boot. End of review. Class dismissed. You can all go home now."
Posted Aug 31, 2001
"My God, was THE OTHERS scary."
Posted Aug 17, 2001
"If the Oscars had any justice to them, Seann William Scott would win best supporting actor."
Posted Aug 15, 2001
"Above all, The Princess Diaries has heart. That's rare to find nowadays"
Posted Aug 12, 2001
"This is the first situation I've ever heard of where apparently one's ability to dance half naked on top of a bar is enough to gain them admittance to the bar."
Posted Aug 9, 2001