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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
Overripe
2
3.5/4
King Kong (2005)
3
B+
4
5/5
The Player (1992)
An enticing, brilliantly scripted film about the movie industry and how the deals are made.
Posted Jan 27, 2004
5
5/5
Delicatessen (1992)
Sublime, edible film with exquisite art direction.
Posted Jan 27, 2004
6
A
Monster (2004)
7
3/5
Too hard to follow.
Posted Sep 30, 2003
8
2/5
This ambitious film fails to compel. Too many closeups of disposed Lenin statues.
Posted Sep 30, 2003
9
4/5
Gummo (1997)
It's an underground wonder.
Posted Sep 30, 2003
10
5/5
Laura (1944)
A classic murder film worth seeing over and over.
Posted Sep 30, 2003
11
2/5
Not as good as the TV show, not one episode.
Posted Sep 30, 2003
12
5/5
Georgy Girl (1966)
Quote not available.
Posted Sep 30, 2003
13
1/5
Dead Ringers (1988)
Trite, weird, ridiculous, uneventful, sick. Cronenberg at his worst.
Posted Sep 30, 2003
14
C
15
C
Japon (2003)
16
A-
17
A
18
3/5
Slow action film with Roundtree misplaced, overdone, overshown.
Posted Aug 1, 2003
19
C+
20
5/5
Fun!
Posted Aug 1, 2003
21
C-
22
A
23
2/5
The relationship between Houston and Costner is mighty strange one, albeit profoundly problematic.
Posted Jul 5, 2003
24
25
4/5
Ingrid Bergman in an unusual role as an enabler to stoic Cooper during the Spanish Civil War.
Posted May 11, 2003
26
3/5
Nixon (1995)
The film could have worked. There was Hopkins and Allen to make it work. But maybe the curse of Nixon had a whammy effect.
Posted Apr 24, 2003
27
B+
Madame Satã (2002)
28
B+
L.I.E. (2001)
29
B+
The Warrior (2005)
30
4/5
Barton Fink (1991)
Hopelessly depressing epic starring John Turturro and John Goodman. The Coen brothers have perfected the dark comedy to an art form.
Posted Apr 23, 2003
31
5/5
Jane Fonda and Michael Sarrazin portray one of the more sordid depression stories about survival on a dance floor to bring home the bacon.
Posted Apr 23, 2003
32
5/5
Some scenes are violent even by today's standards. Robbing during the depression is highly glamourized, especially with the youthful good looks of Beatty and Dunaway.
Posted Apr 23, 2003
33
5/5
Unavoidable classic on a 1950 mine strike, made by McCarthy era blacklisted filmmakers.
Posted Apr 23, 2003
34
A-
35
4/5
Lenny (1974)
Dustin Hoffman succesfully transmits to screen some of the rage of Lenny Bruce, a hard role to digest and project.
Posted Apr 23, 2003
36
4/5
Help! (1965)
It really was phenomenal for the time, but even then, a bit thin around the edges. Our boys got to joke and meander about in a spy time spoof. Fun.
Posted Apr 23, 2003
37
3/5
Beautiful, carefully groomed, French epic.
Posted Apr 23, 2003
38
5/5
'Set in Australia, a couple is hurled into the media spotlight, unsuspecting of its power to twist the truth overnight. Streep proves she is a towering inferno of an actress.'
Posted Apr 23, 2003
39
4/5
Gripping suspense in this southern set drama. Sandra Bullock is oddly matched to McConaughey who lights the fire. Unfortunately, Samuel L. Jackson waits in the wings.
Posted Apr 23, 2003
40
5/5
Total Recall (1990)
While it may seem dated today, the film showcases Sharon Stone, evil wife to Schwarzenegger. You may want to take notice of how precious air is after seeing it.
Posted Apr 23, 2003
41
5/5
Woyzeck (1979)
Klaus Kinski is exceptional and Herzog's narrative captivating.
Posted Apr 23, 2003
42
B+
43
A
Lilja 4-ever (2003)