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The Incredibles
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Pixar really hit a homerun with this one. Not only is the action hugely entertaining, the script's smart and the whole thing's filled with visual inventiveness. It has to be one of the greatest superhero flicks ever made. I seriously can't understand someone who doesn't like The Incredibles. It's perfect.

Edward Scissorhands
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The first Burton/Depp collaboration is also probably the best. Everything in it is so strange and out-of-left field, yet it also manages to be very funny and moving. It feels like a very personal project for Burton (its the most 'pure Burton' of all his films) and remains Depp's best performance.

Black Sheep
Black Sheep (2006)
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

The premise of savage killer zombie sheep seems like it would be a blast, but the movie somewhat misses the mark. It's just not clever or funny enough to really have fun with this idea. The trailer is far more amusing than what's actually delivered here.

28 Weeks Later...
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Taking the story to the next logical place and introducing some interesting new ideas, this sequel is just about as good as 28 Days Later. It's also just as scary and suspenseful, which was no easy feat.

Nine (2009)
5 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Between the photography and sets, the movie's truly gorgeous, and everyone in its impressive cast is good (though many of them aren't around long enough to leave an impression). The problem is that for a movie filled with music, only Fergie's 'Be Italian' is particularly memorable. Far too much of it is plain dull.