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Hollywood Stock Brokerage & Resource

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
B+
A nightmare world of self-mutilation and extreme masochism.
Posted Jun 13, 2002
2
C
The film will sorely disappoint Wilde fans.
Posted Jun 12, 2002
3
D
The weakest of any of the recent British entries to the gangster genre.
Posted Jun 12, 2002
4
B
Spider-Man (2002)
May not reach the wonderful level of Batman, but at least settles in next to The X-Men as a watchable summer movie.
Posted Jun 9, 2002
5
A+
Find out for yourself why Zacharias Kunuk is a Northern Canadian hero.
Posted May 30, 2002
6
C+
There is nothing [here] to inspire us.
Posted May 26, 2002
7
A
Y Tu Mama Tambien is a timeless story, and so well told that it has the potential to become a pillar of an emerging Mexican New Wave.
Posted May 19, 2002
8
C
One day someone will make a great romantic comedy about sexuality in the 21st century, but this isn't it.
Posted May 4, 2002
9
B+
Blade II (2002)
Violent, bloody and disgusting, Blade 2 is a rare enoyable action movie.
Posted Apr 20, 2002
10
A+
Time Out tells the story of our times. Truly brilliant
Posted Mar 26, 2002
11
B+
Undeniably the most fun film of 2002 to date.
Posted Mar 26, 2002
12
A
Eloge de l'Amour is both a work of love and respect and a pretentious piece of hatred. It all depends on your point of view.
Posted Mar 23, 2002
13
B+
A powerful exploration of schizophrenia, despite any biographical failings.
Posted Mar 10, 2002
14
B
Iris (2001)
A powerful look at Alzheimer's, but not much of a biography.
Posted Mar 10, 2002
15
B-
It's no Interview With The Vampire, but it's still an enjoyable vampire flick.
Posted Feb 24, 2002
16
C
John Q (2002)
Very good intentions are disastrously hampered by [an]unbelievably amateur screenplay.
Posted Feb 17, 2002
17
C+
The Mothman Prophecies shows glimpses of greatness, but never quite gets there.
Posted Jan 29, 2002
18
A
Bruckheimer knows how to make things explode just right, and Scott knows how to beautifully frame them.
Posted Jan 20, 2002
19
A-
Gosford Park (2001)
Altman's best work in almost a decade.
Posted Jan 12, 2002
20
A
...marks another success for director Wes Anderson and his writing partner Owen Wilson.
Posted Jan 10, 2002
21
C-
An unfunny mess.
Posted Dec 22, 2001
22
A
The beginning of what will be a wonderful, long-to-be-cherished trilogy.
Posted Dec 20, 2001
23
A
One of the most incredible stories of human courage I have ever heard.
Posted Dec 16, 2001
24
A+
A level of cinematic daring seldom seen today.
Posted Oct 28, 2001
25
C
Mediocre
Posted Oct 2, 2001
26
B
Joy Ride (2001)
...a fast-paced mix of frights and laughs
Posted Oct 1, 2001
27
C-
Bully (2001)
Clark has essentially remade Kids, with a dash of The River's Edge thrown in.
Posted Sep 15, 2001
28
D
There should be laws against making films this bad...
Posted Sep 5, 2001
29
B
Almost as good as the first, but cluttered with too many characters.
Posted Aug 27, 2001
30
C-
Rush Hour 2 (2001)
On its way to being as bad a series as Lethal Weapon.
Posted Aug 27, 2001
31
A-
The Others (2001)
[T]he first film since Shyamalan's The Sixth Sense to really get under my skin...
Posted Aug 9, 2001
32
B+
Lost & Delirious is a wonderful story...
Posted Aug 1, 2001
33
B-
Made (2001)
Flawed and misguided at times, it's still money.
Posted Aug 1, 2001
34
B-
Joe Johnston jettisons most of the heavy-handed morality play... and gets to the true heart of the series; in short, he made a B-grade monster movie.
Posted Jul 20, 2001