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Syfy Wire

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
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2.5 of 5
Bloodshot (2020)
2
Yesterday (2019)
3
Joker (2019)
4
Sea Fever (2020)
5
6
7
8
9
10
Thriller (2018)
11
10/10
Us (2019)
12
Suspiria (2018)
13
Thelma (2017)
14
In Fabric (2019)
15
16
17
18
19
20
Santa, Baby (2003)
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Jack Frost (1979)
28
29
30
31
32
Hush (2016)
33
34
35
36
The sci-fi noir is a movie of intelligence, imagination and mostly beautiful execution, which is why Yesterday Was a Lie is not quite a success, but far more than a respectable failure.
Posted Jun 23, 2010
37
Although it's an exciting ride to an easily predictable yarn, this is one kids' movie that is fun for everyone.
Posted Mar 26, 2010
38
It would be an easy slam review. But if you like big pretty toy commercials, it's plenty of fun.
Posted Feb 14, 2010
39
Would have been the best movie of 2009 if it had come out a month ago. You won't see a more compelling movie all year.
Posted Jan 13, 2010
40
I have no idea what it was about, but it was fascinating and wonderful.
Posted Jan 9, 2010
41
Daybreakers (2010)
It's nice to see real vampires again. Forget Team Edward and Team Jacob. Join Team Ethan!
Posted Jan 9, 2010
42
Guy Ritchie's best movie, and maybe Robert Downey, Jr.'s too.
Posted Dec 22, 2009
43
Avatar (2009)
44
It's a tough subject, but elegant, smooth filmmaking keeps us comfortable when we know bad things are going to happen.
Posted Dec 9, 2009
45
...a tight-lipped, tightly wound adventure that mostly satisfies audience demand for throwing stars, swinging swords and disemboweled bodies, at least when you can see them getting disemboweled.
Posted Nov 25, 2009
46
Planet 51 (2009)
Planet 51 sucks.
Posted Nov 20, 2009
47
2012 (2009)
48
...a remarkable and effective adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic novel that manages to overcome the familiarity of its source material and become something more fulfilling.
Posted Nov 6, 2009
49
The Box (2009)
Badly paced, plotted, directed and acted, the film really defies understanding how and why anyone other than Kelly not only would want to see it, but would make it in the first place.
Posted Nov 6, 2009
50
Michael Dougherty's directorial debut is one treat that deserves not to be spoiled before it's opened.
Posted Oct 23, 2009