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Planet S Magazine

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2.5/5
2
2.5
3
4/5
Mirai (2018)
4
3.5/5
5
4/5
6
2.5/5
7
3/5
8
2/5
9
3.5/5
10
2.5/5
Bel Canto (2018)
11
7/10
This comedy thing isn't supposed to be as easy as these guys make it seem.
Posted Apr 18, 2008
12
6/10
You're being short-changed.
Posted Apr 18, 2008
13
2/10
88 Minutes (2008)
Even a viewer with incredibly low expectations will be staggered by its badness.
Posted Apr 18, 2008
14
2/10
Fool's Gold (2008)
It's like Raiders of the Lost Ark, only for retards.
Posted Feb 7, 2008
15
9/10
Simultaneously exhilarating and disturbing while leading me to a place I wasn't sure I wanted to go.
Posted Dec 20, 2007
16
3/10
It's like a cross between My Name Is Earl and The Amazing Race, only with two guys dying from cancer. And without the soul, heart, or brains.
Posted Dec 20, 2007
17
7/10
John C. Reilly is not anyone's idea of a leading man (which is part of the spoof, people).
Posted Dec 20, 2007
18
6/10
Two hours of singing is going to bore the pants off of gore-starved viewers, and the last-reel gore is going to scare the pants of the foofy Broadway types. And that means a theatre full of people without pants.
Posted Dec 20, 2007
19
7/10
A scene-stealing performance from Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Posted Dec 20, 2007
20
3/10
This is the work of a man who has truly lost his marbles.
Posted Dec 18, 2007
21
5/10
The perfect maudlin holiday entertainment.
Posted Dec 18, 2007
22
7/10
Atonement (2007)
Sightly better than average, unless you count Keira Knightley's lack of screen time as a positive (note: it is).
Posted Dec 18, 2007
23
5/10
Tepid at best.
Posted Dec 18, 2007
24
5/10
Like every other story that pits the Haves against the Have-Nots.
Posted Dec 18, 2007
25
7/10
I Am Legend (2007)
A tidy post-apocalyptic thriller starring the increasingly impressive Will Smith.
Posted Dec 18, 2007
26
9/10
Juno (2007)
I can't remember the last time I was pulled into a film this quickly and this deeply.
Posted Dec 5, 2007
27
6/10
The Savages (2007)
Exactly like I thought it would be for about 96 of its 113-minute running time.
Posted Nov 30, 2007
28
5/10
August Rush (2007)
Think of it as a fairytale only with more of a ... oh, who am I kidding? I can't defend this.
Posted Nov 21, 2007
29
7/10
The Mist (2007)
Deeply upsetting enough for me to recommend it to only the heartiest viewers.
Posted Nov 21, 2007
30
3/10
Fred Claus (2007)
There is absolutely no way writers were involved in the process that pooped out this holiday turkey.
Posted Nov 12, 2007
31
Everyone who pretended to love Aquatic because they were afraid of hopping off the Anderson bandwagon because deep down they hoped it was just a little career hiccup? Don't lock your knees when you jump because you'll wreck 'em.
Posted Nov 2, 2007
32
Things We Lost in the Fire: Any sense of rhythm or pace, and an ending that won't make you groan.
Posted Nov 2, 2007
33
Affleck's non-acting effort is dark, scuzzy, and authentic.
Posted Nov 2, 2007
34
Little else we've not been exposed to in the last handful of years.
Posted Nov 2, 2007
35
Heat, Part II
Posted Nov 2, 2007
36
5/10
Instead of playing to the strength of its leads, the script almost seems to highlight their weaknesses (in other words, you don't see Wahlberg's abs once).
Posted Oct 11, 2007
37
Honeydripper (2007)
Very light and quite predictable.
Posted Oct 4, 2007
38
Whether you buy the whole enchilada or not, you'll be in awe of There's editing and photography.
Posted Oct 4, 2007
39
Ultimately plays out as weakly as an actual adult film.
Posted Oct 4, 2007
40
Half the fun is watching a first-rate cast try to outdo each other without chewing up any scenery.
Posted Oct 4, 2007
41
The trouble lies in the story.
Posted Oct 4, 2007
42
Agonizingly pedestrian.
Posted Oct 4, 2007
43
Very unusual, but very likeable and quite colorful, as well.
Posted Sep 29, 2007
44
Very funny stuff from the likes of Takeshi Kitano, Nanni Moretti, the Coen brothers, Lars von Trier, Roman Polanski, David Cronenberg, and Walter Salles.
Posted Sep 25, 2007
45
More of a direct-to-Lifetime Network quality.
Posted Sep 25, 2007
46
There are some really nice quiet moments, but George generally opts for the screaming and the uncontrollable sobbing one might think need accompany a film with Oscar aspirations.
Posted Sep 25, 2007
47
Towelhead (2007)
If there's a message, I didn't get it. But that doesn't mean I didn't dig the flick, especially the performance from Macidissi.
Posted Sep 25, 2007
48
It's subdued a bit, and not nearly as nauseating. And I'm not sure I mean either of those things as a compliment.
Posted Sep 25, 2007
49
Ultra-grim.
Posted Sep 25, 2007
50
Strong performances, especially from the never-better Farrell. This might be the first time I've watched him and not been completely distracted by that big black caterpillar above his eyes.
Posted Sep 25, 2007