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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/4

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Posted Apr 26, 2002
2
2/4
3
2.5/4

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Posted Apr 26, 2002
4
2/4
The script lurches from banal formula ... to vacuous, cringe-worthy contrivance.
Posted Apr 26, 2002
5
1.5/4
A static and sugary little half-hour, after-school special about interfaith understanding, stretched out to 90 minutes.
Posted Apr 26, 2002
6
1.5/4
Jason X (2002)
As we have come to learn -- as many times as we have fingers to count on -- Jason is a killer who doesn't know the meaning of the word 'quit.' The filmmakers might want to look it up.
Posted Apr 26, 2002
7
3/4

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Posted Apr 24, 2002
8
3/4
Deja Vu (1998)

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Posted Apr 24, 2002
9
3/4
A Merry War (1998)

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Posted Apr 24, 2002
10
2/4
Apt Pupil (1998)

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Posted Apr 24, 2002
11
2.5/4

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Posted Apr 24, 2002
12
2.5/4

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Posted Apr 24, 2002
13
3.5/4

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Posted Apr 24, 2002
14
2/4
Stuart Bliss (1998)

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Posted Apr 20, 2002
15
3.5/4
If you like sex, you'll like the Mexican hit movie Y Tu Mama Tambien.
Posted Apr 19, 2002
16
3.5/4
17
2/4
Russell ... stitches together a series of stunt sequences, giving as little time as possible to dialogue and character development.
Posted Apr 19, 2002
18
2.5/4
Lucky Break (2002)
19
2.5/4
What's missing in Murder by Numbers is any real psychological grounding for the teens' deviant behaviour. Being latently gay and liking to read are hardly enough.
Posted Apr 19, 2002
20
3/4
At the film's centre is a precisely layered performance by an actor in his mid-seventies, Michel Piccoli.
Posted Apr 19, 2002
21
2.5/4
In this refreshingly shameless celebration of money and expensive stuff, director Kevin Bray grabs every retro action-film cliché.
Posted Apr 19, 2002
22
3/4

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Posted Apr 18, 2002
23
2/4

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Posted Apr 16, 2002
24
2/4
Maya (2002)
Striving too hard to make his didactic point, the director arouses skepticism rather than empathy.
Posted Apr 16, 2002
25
3/4
26
2/4
Not much of a movie.
Posted Apr 12, 2002
27
1.5/4

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
28
1.5/4
Curdled (1996)

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
29
3/4

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
30
2/4
Lost Highway (1997)

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
31
2.5/4
Hoodlum (1997)

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
32
2.5/4
Fallen (1997)
33
3/4

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
34
3/4
Henry Fool (1998)

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
35
1/4

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
36
3/4

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
37
1/4
Pecker (1998)

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
38
2.5/4

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
39
2.5/4
40
2.5/4
Amistad (1997)
41
3.5/4
Beloved (1998)
Demme's potent adaptation of Morrison's novel may be substantial, but it is also engrossing.
Posted Apr 12, 2002
42
2/4

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
43
1.5/4

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
44
3.5/4

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
45
2/4
Rosewood (1997)

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
46
2.5/4
High Art (1998)

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
47
Crimson Tide (1995)
48
1.5/4
George George, George of the Jungle. Boom boom BOOM BOOM . . . Oh, please shut up.
Posted Apr 12, 2002
49
1.5/4
Anaconda (1997)

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Posted Apr 12, 2002
50
2/4
Though Cameron Diaz is cute, gangly and kooky, her gung-ho energy isn't enough to lift The Sweetest Thing into anything resembling a coherent comedy.
Posted Apr 12, 2002