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Planet Sick-Boy

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Title/Year
Author
1
Asia Argento leaps from the petulant nihilism of Scarlet Diva to something much more cohesive and enjoyable.
Posted Apr 1, 2005
2
Viewers who complain about the subject being "depressing" and "uncomfortable" are either missing the point, or simply haven't been to a nursing home in a really long time.
Posted Apr 1, 2005
3
A terrifically dark tale.
Posted Apr 1, 2005
4
Henderson is perfect.
Posted Apr 1, 2005
5
Dear Frankie (2005)
Light and predictable, but it still got to me.
Posted Apr 1, 2005
6
Lonesome Jim (2006)
Indie fans will eat it up like day old banana pudding.
Posted Apr 1, 2005
7
Writer/director Yuthlert Sippapak already has a couple of sequels in the works, and I can't wait to see them.
Posted Apr 1, 2005
8
On paper, Ballad has it all.
Posted Mar 31, 2005
9
6/10
Can only be described as American Beauty Lite (and Carb Free!).
Posted Mar 31, 2005
10
9/10
Sin City (2005)
As faithful an interpretation as you're likely to ever see.
Posted Mar 31, 2005
11
5/10
Hostage (2005)
Every bit as riveting as The Negotiator, which wasn't at all riveting.
Posted Mar 9, 2005
12
5/10
Robots (2005)
Basically a bunch of recycled gags from Matt Groening's woefully under-appreciated Futurama.
Posted Mar 9, 2005
13
2/10
The Pacifier (2005)
Could have just as easily played out in a three-minute montage that would have saved Disney a bunch of money, and allowed me to stay home and watch Gilmore Girls.
Posted Mar 3, 2005
14
7/10
The Jacket (2005)
An unexpectedly moving picture.
Posted Mar 3, 2005
15
2/10
Be Cool (2005)
Manages to re-write both Los Angeles County smoking laws and the history of Liv Tyler's parentage without batting an eye.
Posted Mar 3, 2005
16
America 101 (2005)
17
Vital (2005)
As expected, Tsukamoto attacks as many of your senses as possible.
Posted Feb 26, 2005
18
3-Iron (2004)
Very cool, very original, and very recommendable for people into off-beat romances.
Posted Feb 26, 2005
19
Childstar (2005)
A Canadian version of Dutch.
Posted Feb 19, 2005
20
1/10
An awful hybrid of Big Momma's House and The Burning Bed - two films that go together like peanut butter and pubic lice.
Posted Feb 17, 2005
21
5/10
The new My Girl-meets-Turner & Hooch-meets-My Dog Skip film from the formerly formidable but recently forgettable director Wayne Wang.
Posted Feb 17, 2005
22
8/10
Constantine (2005)
I don't know about the rest of you clowns, but there's something about the whole Heaven/Hell thing that, when it's done really well, becomes incredibly captivating.
Posted Feb 17, 2005
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25
6/10
Hotel Rwanda (2004)
A slightly better, slightly more expensive version of something you'd see as a television movie of the week.
Posted Dec 20, 2004
26
7/10
The Aviator (2004)
Isn't nearly as enjoyable as Gangs of New York, though it is flawed in many of the same ways.
Posted Dec 19, 2004
27
5/10
Spanglish (2004)
Messy.
Posted Dec 19, 2004
28
7/10
Less Ace Ventura and more Sideshow Bob, please.
Posted Dec 19, 2004
29
8/10
In a year of fairly disappointing year-end pictures, the pick of the litter.
Posted Dec 19, 2004
30
7/10
The Woodsman (2004)
Very well directed for a debut, and it's also packed full of great performances from the top to the bottom.
Posted Dec 18, 2004
31
4/10
Features three of the most frightening noses in the business (Streisand, Hoffman and Owen Wilson). Consider yourself lucky it's not in 3D.
Posted Dec 18, 2004
32
7/10
Worth mentioning in the same breath as Rushmore or The Royal Tenenbaums? Absolutely not.
Posted Dec 13, 2004
33
6/10
Dolls (2002)
A really slow story of love and redemption.
Posted Dec 13, 2004
34
4/10
File this one under Wait for DVD. And even then, you might want to wait a little more.
Posted Dec 12, 2004
35
7/10
Same cast, the same crew, the same budget, and nearly the same story as the 2001 blockbuster-remake.
Posted Dec 12, 2004
36
6/10
Shot well and looks pretty.
Posted Dec 12, 2004
37
9 Songs (2005)
38
5/10
It's a nice collection of dated songs, but horribly paced and completely insubstantial as a film.
Posted Dec 10, 2004
39
8/10
Closer (2004)
Very adult, and very clever.
Posted Dec 2, 2004
40
41
4/10
Alexander (2004)
Represents everything that's wrong with the big, bloated Hollywood pseudo-epic: Too much with the lavish and not enough connecting with viewers
Posted Nov 23, 2004
42
5/10
A cross between Spice World and Malibu's Most Wanted, only much funnier.
Posted Nov 18, 2004
43
8/10
Who else would give documentary filmmakers this kind of access to their lives? I'll tell you who: Anna Nicole Smith, and any of the has-beens from The Surreal Life.
Posted Nov 18, 2004
44
5/10
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6/10
Kinsey (2004)
Slightly better than typical year-end mush we're used to seeing in theatres.
Posted Nov 11, 2004
47
4/10
48
5/10
The characters share the same creepy, dead-behind-the-eyes look of the robots in The Hall of Presidents at Disney World. Or Kate Hudson.
Posted Nov 9, 2004
49
A Good Woman (2006)
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