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Journal and Courier (Lafayette, IN)

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3.5/4
Black Swan (2010)
2
3.5/4
True Grit (2010)
3
3/4
4
4/4
The Fighter (2010)
5
2/4
Tron Legacy (2010)
6
2.5/4
Conviction (2010)
7
2.5/4
8
3/4
9
3.5/4
Megamind (2010)
10
3.5/4
Hereafter (2010)
11
3/4
Red (2010)
12
3.5/4
Secretariat (2010)
13
4/4
14
1.5/4
You Again (2010)
15
3/4
The Town (2010)
16
3/4
The American (2010)
17
3/4
18
3.5/4
19
3/4
Salt (2010)
20
3.5/4
Inception (2010)
21
3.5/4
22
2.5/4
23
3/4
Knight & Day (2010)
24
4/4
Toy Story 3 (2010)
25
2.5/4
The A-Team (2010)
26
2.5/4
Splice (2010)
27
1.5/4
28
2.5/4
29
2/4
Robin Hood (2010)
30
1/4
31
3/4
32
2/4
Scorsese expends some much time and effort creating atmosphere and setting up situations, that when the big revelation finally arrives, expectations are so high that the pay off is a letdown.
Posted Feb 21, 2010
33
3/4
The movie, directed by Martin Campbell, is solid entertainment, with a decent script and some choice dialogue.
Posted Feb 10, 2010
34
4/4
Crazy Heart (2009)
The movie serves as a showcase for Bridges. Through his body language and demeanor, you can imagine the toll the years of wear and tear have inflicted.
Posted Feb 10, 2010
35
3.5/4
A Single Man (2009)
"A Single Man" is a tender, subtle and elegant feature. It is sensitive, soulful and true to its time.
Posted Feb 10, 2010
36
2/4
"The Lovely Bones" is a skeleton of a movie, lacking any sense of life and vitality.
Posted Jan 15, 2010
37
3.5/4
"The Young Victoria" is a sumptuous character study that takes its time charting the transformation of a young girl born to rule into a queen ready to rule.
Posted Jan 8, 2010
38
4/4
Director Lee Daniels shows you a world scarier than any imagined for some horror film because it is real -- just outside our doors or around the corner
Posted Jan 8, 2010
39
2/4
Nine (2009)
As a musical -- and a movie -- "Nine" is not at all memorable. It is cheesy and underwhelming.
Posted Dec 25, 2009
40
3/4
What is appealing is to see a romantic date movie in which the protagonists are well past puberty and are likely AARP members.
Posted Dec 22, 2009
41
4/4
"Up in the Air" belongs to Clooney. He easily fits into a character who is at ease with himself and enjoys living a lifestyle in which he can go about unencumbered.
Posted Dec 22, 2009
42
3.5/4
Invictus (2009)
As directed by Clint Eastwood, "Invictus" is an inspirational story about fortitude, spirit and reconciliation.
Posted Dec 10, 2009
43
3/4
A cynic may consider "Everybody's Fine" schmaltzy hogwash; others may want to call or write their fathers just to remind them that they are loved and not forgotten.
Posted Dec 8, 2009
44
3.5/4
An Education (2009)
The screenplay by author Nick Hornby is exceptional: Witty, observant and wise.
Posted Dec 1, 2009
45
4/4
Sheen gives a magnificent performance. His Clough is a character you can neither like nor admire. You watch this walking train wreck in amazement as he continually steps on his own feet with his overactive mouth.
Posted Dec 1, 2009
46
1/4
As I left the theater, I found that my thumbs ached. I hadn't realized that, during certain parts of the movie, I was pressing imaginary buttons as if trying to control some video game.
Posted Nov 25, 2009
47
1.5/4
"New Moon" is basically a 130-minute chick flick during which the three main protagonists spend a lot of time looking with cow eyes at each other's faces.
Posted Nov 19, 2009
48
2/4
2012 (2009)
It is as if screenwriters Roland Emmerich, who also directed, and Harald Kloser simply screened earlier films and borrowed bits and pieces.
Posted Nov 13, 2009
49
3/4
(Director) Olatunde Osunsanmi, his cast and crew work so hard to make it all seem so real that you spend more time debating with yourself whether what you are watching is truth or fiction ...
Posted Nov 11, 2009
50
1.5/4
Amelia (2009)
The movie is like a plane you see off in the distance: You recognize it's a plane but its details are indistinct.
Posted Oct 31, 2009