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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
Undertow (2004)
In the hands of a typical multiplex filmmaker, this would seem downright formulaic. But with Green and Orr at the reigns, things manage to seem fresh, exciting and different.
Posted Sep 12, 2004
2
Tarnation (2004)
Half self-indulgent and half excruciatingly self-aware.
Posted Sep 12, 2004
3
4
Innocence (2001)
Genuinely frightening stuff unraveled in a very untraditional way.
Posted Sep 10, 2004
5
Being Julia (2004)
6
7
Rick (2004)
Occasionally clever, but not nearly enough so to make it worth your while.
Posted Sep 3, 2004
8
9
4/10
Vanity Fair (2004)
10
7/10
Gritty and noirish
Posted Aug 26, 2004
11
6/10
The little brother to Fahrenheit 9/11. Each will divide their audience based on their political beliefs, despite not being particularly well made.
Posted Aug 26, 2004
12
6/10
Suspect Zero (2004)
13
14
15
8/10
Garden State (2004)
16
7/10
I was mildly surprised when it didn't stink up the joint. In that regard, you can call it the Queen of the Damned 2004.
Posted Aug 19, 2004
17
3/10
18
6/10
Open Water (2004)
19
4/10
20
4/10
Unoriginal and boring.
Posted Aug 13, 2004
21
7/10
22
Nathalie (2003)
A decent import with a nice ending -- and you couldn't ask for better acting talent.
Posted Aug 7, 2004
23
7/10
Nicotina (2004)
A whole lot of dark, real-time fun in Mexico City. I hear it's better than being there. Safer, too, unless you're a character in this film.
Posted Aug 7, 2004
24
Gozu (2003)
Very slow in spots, with Miike saving it all up for his big finale, which I dare not speak of lest the nightmares return.
Posted Aug 7, 2004
25
3/10
King Arthur (2004)
Ran two hours, felt like three, could have easily been one, and features no less of a videogame-type plot than mothersucking Van Helsing.
Posted Jul 6, 2004
26
8/10
A rare example of a sequel that is labor of love -- not one that worships at the altar of the Almighty Dollar.
Posted Jul 2, 2004
27
10/10
Spider-Man 2 (2004)
Expect less of the one-liners and more of the biting the inside of your cheek so you won't start bawling in front of your date.
Posted Jun 29, 2004
28
3/10
White Chicks (2004)
If drugs weren't involved, sterilization should be.
Posted Jun 24, 2004
29
7/10
It's like shooting fish in a barrel -- finding clips of Bush embarrassing himself ain't too hard
Posted Jun 24, 2004
30
3/10
The Notebook (2004)
My eyes rolled so far back in my head, I actually saw my brain. And my brain was really pissed off about having to sit through pap like this.
Posted Jun 23, 2004
31
Dandelion (2005)
Strong debut from writer-director Mark Milgard.
Posted Jun 19, 2004
32
6/10
The Terminal (2004)
Steven Spielberg's most Spielberg-y film in years.
Posted Jun 17, 2004
33
6/10
I could watch a guy taking a wrench to the face or a ball to the groin for 90 minutes every day of the week.
Posted Jun 17, 2004
34
5/10
Necromongers? Underverse? I don't know about you, but when I hear names like that, I start tuning out and thinking about different kinds of pie.
Posted Jun 10, 2004
35
9/10
More adult, and seeing this series become gradually more sophisticated, along with its three stars, is a real treat.
Posted Jun 4, 2004
36
5/10
Practically entertaining.
Posted May 28, 2004
37
3/10
Comes with an inherent disclaimer that nobody but 11-year-old girls are going to dig it.
Posted May 7, 2004
38
2/10
Van Helsing (2004)
Bloodsucking nonsense.
Posted May 7, 2004
39
7/10
Mean Girls (2004)
If it didn't cop out with a sappy ending, people might be talking about it as if it were Heathers or Election.
Posted Apr 29, 2004
40
7/10
A success in that it might help introduce the group to Gens X and Y.
Posted Apr 22, 2004
41
7/10
Man on Fire (2004)
Dakota Fanning's preternatural acting ability is almost frightening, and Fire takes a big hit when her character disappears with 90 minutes left.
Posted Apr 22, 2004
42
3/10
Garner looks really nice, and that's the only thing that kept me from bolting out of the theatre like I had diarrhea.
Posted Apr 22, 2004
43
10/10
Tarantino crafts tranquil conversational dialogue so powerful, I was practically moved to tears despite said conversation not being particularly emotional.
Posted Apr 15, 2004
44
7/10
Dirty Work (2004)
45
7/10
Paranoia 1.0 (2004)
46
5/10
47
8/10
POV (2004)
It's fun to watch the increasingly delusional loudmouth hausfraus wrap themselves in a big pre-9/11 flag while they complain about being unable to let their kids go outside.
Posted Apr 9, 2004
48
7/10
Kopps (2003)
Occasionally strays into areas we've seen covered in Supertroopers, but it's a far better and much more consistently funny film.
Posted Apr 9, 2004
49
6/10
Buddy (1997)
Light entertainment.
Posted Apr 9, 2004
50
5/10
Book of Love (2004)