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Title/Year
Author
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The Fits (2016)
6
7
Game Change (2012)
8
3/4
It's a wistful charmer.
Posted May 7, 2012
9
3/4
10
3/4
11
3/4
The poster makers... mine the outer limits of violence and misogyny with a garish, pop art palette.
Posted Oct 21, 2009
12
3/4
Gran Torino (2009)
13
3/4
14
4/4
One Week (1920)
15
4/4
16
4/4
17
3/4
18
3/4
19
2/4
20
2/4
Honeydripper (2007)
21
3/4
22
4/4
Persepolis (2007)
23
3/4
27 Dresses (2008)
24
3/4
25
26
3/4
The Savages (2007)
27
2/4
28
3/4
29
3/4
30
3/4
31
2/4
32
2/4
33
4/4
34
3/4
The Walker (2007)
35
3/4
36
2/4
I Am Legend (2007)
37
2/4
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2/4
39
3/4
40
3/4
41
4/4
42
2/4
43
2/4
Redacted (2007)
It is simply so amateurish and overacted that it makes it impossible to become invested in the documentary-like reality De Palma hopes to achieve.
Posted Nov 30, 2007
44
4/4
It willfully denies one of the sacred tenets of cinematic storytelling, that every movie -- comedy, romance or biography -- is actually a mystery, one the audience expects to see solved.
Posted Nov 27, 2007
45
2/4
August Rush (2007)
Director Kirsten Sheridan has no interest in keeping August Rush tethered to reality or toning down the sentimentality.
Posted Nov 21, 2007
46
3/4
Enchanted (2007)
47
2/4
Hitman (2007)
While Hitman is decidedly more watchable than Resident Evil and most previous video-game movies, it shares its forerunners' lack of interest in storytelling or logic.
Posted Nov 21, 2007
48
3/4
A family movie that holds few surprises but an abundance of hope and goodwill.
Posted Nov 21, 2007
49
3/4
The Mist (2007)
It's an old-fashioned spooker that gives the boogey-man more than a fighting chance, and leaves you more concerned about the evil out there than you were before you survived the experience.
Posted Nov 21, 2007
50
4/4
Bardem is nothing less than the best movie villain since Anthony Hopkins slipped out of Hannibal Lecter's manacles, scary-smart and horrifyingly appealing, and Brolin is nothing short of a revelation.
Posted Nov 16, 2007