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Planet Sick-Boy

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
8/10
2
10/10
Pardon me for the Joel Siegel moment, but it's all pretty fricking incredible.
Posted Nov 4, 2004
3
4
8/10
5
6/10
Its intent and message are dead on, but The Corporation just doesn't work that well as a film.
Posted Oct 28, 2004
6
7/10
Ray (2004)
I haven't seen anything quite this mesmerizing since Daniel Day-Lewis in Gangs of New York.
Posted Oct 28, 2004
7
7/10
Vera Drake (2004)
8
5/10
Stage Beauty (2004)
9
7/10
Birth (2004)
Definitely the kind of movie you'll be talking about the rest of the day.
Posted Oct 28, 2004
10
7/10
Mean Creek (2004)
11
8/10
Saw (2004)
Proves that a film can be intellectually stimulating and as freaky as your cat on acid.
Posted Oct 28, 2004
12
13
6/10
A cross between Northern Exposure and Waking Ned Devine.
Posted Oct 22, 2004
14
4/10
Alfie (2004)
A remake that deserves to be put in a burlap sack and drowned like a litter of kittens.
Posted Oct 22, 2004
15
3/10
16
7/10
The Grudge (2004)
Plenty of jumps and genuine creepiness ensue. And along with dead Cruise kin, could you really ask for anything else?
Posted Oct 22, 2004
17
18
19
20
5x2 (2004)
As usual, Ozon gets very strong performances from his two leads, and his skill as a writer continues to grow, as well.
Posted Oct 19, 2004
21
Twist (2004)
This would make Dickens suicidal, probably in more than one way.
Posted Oct 19, 2004
22
23
24
Dead Birds (2004)
25
Russell throws a lot of gags at the screen. Most of them hit and hit hard. Very funny stuff
Posted Oct 1, 2004
26
7/10
27
7/10
28
5/10
Shark Tale (2004)
29
7/10
Moolaadé (2004)
Worth a look, especially when it comes to the parallels between the village's backwardness and the regression we're currently suffering because the Jesus Freaks are in power.
Posted Sep 25, 2004
30
5/10
Ladder 49 (2004)
31
6/10
Criminal (2004)
Like déjà vu all over again.
Posted Sep 23, 2004
32
5/10
An excuse to watch smut and not feel like a perv.
Posted Sep 23, 2004
33
5/10
Includes what might be the greatest and most unexpected disappearance of a character since that shark gobbled up Samuel L. Jackson in Deep Blue Sea.
Posted Sep 23, 2004
34
Primer (2004)
Extremely fresh and interesting -- a real gem of a first film.
Posted Sep 19, 2004
35
Millions (2005)
A colorful, sappy update of Brewster's Millions.
Posted Sep 17, 2004
36
37
38
Palindromes (2004)
An intentionally awkward masterpiece.
Posted Sep 17, 2004
39
40
41
42
P.S. (2004)
A bitterly hysterical and nearly flawless film with two lead performances that aren't likely to be topped.
Posted Sep 17, 2004
43
The Intruder (1999)
Confusing as hell. At one point, I was convinced the projectionist was showing the reels out of order.
Posted Sep 17, 2004
44
Sideways (2004)
Payne once again does an incredible job creating deeply flawed but extremely likable characters. portrayed in shockingly real performances.
Posted Sep 17, 2004
45
46
47
Oldboy (2005)
48
Silver City (2004)
49
Creep (2005)
Ho-hum slasher flick.
Posted Sep 12, 2004
50
Worth a look just to see the frighteningly thin Bale, and some nice washed-out photography from Xavi Giménez.
Posted Sep 12, 2004