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Movieline

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
8.5/10
2
7.5/10
3
4/10
4
8/10
5
7.5/10
Carnage (2011)
6
7/10
7
9/10
Young Adult (2011)
8
4/10
It uses its titular holiday as a ruthless star delivery system in which a menagerie of assembled celebs sprints through a collection of interconnected narrative threads that briskly accelerate from alleged comedy to syrupy sentimentality.
Posted Dec 8, 2011
9
5.5/10
W.E. (2012)
10
6.5/10
The Sitter (2011)
A lazy ramble of a movie that's amusing enough to hold your gaze for 81 minutes while leaving you feeling a little cheated when it's over.
Posted Dec 8, 2011
11
3.5/10
12
9.5/10
13
4/10
A Short Cuts full of self-pitying sociopaths, Answers to Nothing follows its characters toward a succession of increasingly queasy conclusions it tries to pass off as heartfelt and human.
Posted Dec 1, 2011
14
7.5/10
The picture is clinical in its approach and its technique, yet it leaves so many questions unanswered - it's straightforward in a vague, maddening way. It's also strangely, obliquely compelling.
Posted Dec 1, 2011
15
8.5/10
Shame (2011)
Shame could have gone all wrong with the wrong actor. Luckily, McQueen has the right one in Fassbender, and that makes all the difference.
Posted Dec 1, 2011
16
6.5/10
Coriolanus (2011)
17
5/10
The Lady (2012)
18
10/10
The Artist (2011)
A picture that romances its audience into watching in a new way - by, paradoxically, asking us to watch in an old way. The Artist is perhaps the most modern movie imaginable right now.
Posted Nov 24, 2011
19
7.5/10
20
9/10
Hugo (2011)
Scorsese's Hugo is oversized, ambitious and expensive-looking - and still it manages to be lovely, which is the hardest task of all to pull off, even for an alleged movie genius like Scorsese.
Posted Nov 23, 2011
21
6.5/10
Rampart (2012)
As Brown lurches toward self-destruction, we start to long for him to find it.
Posted Nov 22, 2011
22
8.5/10
23
8/10
24
7.5/10
The Muppets (2011)
The love Segel has for the Muppets is a genuine, perceivable and positive quality that suffuses this good-hearted revitalization of the franchise, and if some wish fulfillment sneaks in there too, it seldom gets in the way of the enjoyment to be had.
Posted Nov 22, 2011
25
7.5/10
Rid of Me (2011)
26
6/10
27
7.5/10
It's the most imaginative picture in the franchise, and I say that as a fan of the first picture, Catherine Hardwicke's Twilight, an irony-free adolescent romance that took the idea of teenage erotic fantasy seriously.
Posted Nov 17, 2011
28
6.5/10
It's unpleasant, shrill and exhausting - everyone's so busy airing their own grievances no one has time to listen to anyone else's - but it's a genuine actors' film anchored by some good performances...
Posted Nov 17, 2011
29
6.5/10
The Lie (2011)
30
8/10
Tomboy (2011)
31
5.5/10
32
3.5/10
11-11-11 (2011)
The film has the feel of something conceived and whipped together in very little time, perhaps to make its own built-in deadline.
Posted Nov 11, 2011
33
6/10
Immortals (2011)
34
8/10
The confidence of London Boulevard never tips into cockiness. This is style with some intelligence behind it.
Posted Nov 10, 2011
35
4/10
36
5.5/10
J. Edgar (2011)
37
9/10
An outlandish, compassionate and, at times, improbably buoyant film about life's capacity for grief and horror and about how it bubbles on miraculously in the face of such things.
Posted Nov 9, 2011
38
5.5/10
A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas lacks the freewheeling, generous spirit of the first two Harold & Kumar movies and tries to make up for that lack with extra crudeness.
Posted Nov 3, 2011
39
7/10
Killing Bono (2011)
Neil's not a very likable protagonist - he's actually often awful - but who can't relate to that nagging certainty that one's destined for great things?
Posted Nov 3, 2011
40
7/10
Tower Heist (2011)
41
5/10
42
6.5/10
This earnest and intermittently lovable look into the lives of prominent punk rockers who've gone on to become responsible fathers doesn't break as much ground as it seems to hope and believe.
Posted Nov 3, 2011
43
3.5/10
13 (2011)
44
8/10
After years of watching Johnny Depp give performances from behind thick rings of pirate eyeliner or masks of outlandish Tim Burton makeup, it's a relief to see him, more and more often these days, acting with nothing but his real face.
Posted Oct 27, 2011
45
5/10
The Double (2011)
Despite similarities, this film is several rungs down the ladder from Salt and lacks the charisma of a lead like Angelina Jolie to pull you past nagging silliness.
Posted Oct 27, 2011
46
7.5/10
Anonymous (2011)
47
7.5/10
48
9/10
In Time (2011)
49
3.5/10
Unfortunately, it's Logan Lerman's D'Artagnan and Milla Jovovich's Milady de Winter who get the largest portions of screen time, and both are like nails on a chalkboard.
Posted Oct 21, 2011
50
8/10
Margin Call (2011)
A tense but contemplative exploration of being on the other side of one of those mirrored skyscraper windows, of being in a precarious place of privilege, power and, most important of all, carefully guarded remove.
Posted Oct 20, 2011