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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/4
2
4/4
Cane River (2020)
3
4/4
1917 (2020)
4
3/4
Jezebel (2019)
5
4/4
6
3/4
Harriet (2019)
7
3/4
8
4/4
9
3/4
Queen & Slim (2019)
10
4/4
Waves (2019)
11
3/4
12
4/4
Burning Cane (2019)
13
3/4
14
4/4
Aquarela (2019)
15
3/4
16
3/4
17
3/4
Luce (2019)
18
19
20
3/5
An amusingly meta B-movie send-up that manages to offer an entertaining riff on the zombie comedy, even if it doesn't particularly contribute anything ground-breaking to it.
Posted Jun 12, 2019
21
3/5
All Is True (2019)
Its largely fabricated, hit-or-miss story leaves something to be desired, but there's so much else to recommend the film that its narrative flaws don't really matter.
Posted Jun 7, 2019
22
Cast Away (2000)
23
3/4
24
3/4
25
2.5/4
26
3.5/4
27
2/4
But even spectacles have their limits. Eventually there has to be substance to go with all that style, and that's where "At World's End" falls short.
Posted May 30, 2019
28
3.5/4
29
3/4
30
3.5/4
Inside Man (2006)
31
32
33
3/4
34
The Sandlot (1993)
35
2.5/4
36
Fargo (1996)
37
JFK (1991)
38
4/4
Toy Story 2 (1999)
39
3.5/4
Toy Story (1995)
40
41
Alien3 (1992)
42
3.5/4
Glory (1989)
43
3/5
Ma (2019)
It shouldn't work nearly as well as it does, except for one reason: Octavia Spencer, who shows what a real pro can do with a juicy role, even if it is 'just' in a horror film.
Posted May 29, 2019
44
5/5
One of Green's masterstrokes is the way she structures her film like a great filmic treasure hunt. The truth, though, is that it itself is the treasure.
Posted May 25, 2019
45
3/5
Mine 9 (2019)
A satisfyingly intense and efficiently filmed bit of counterprogramming for those suffering from superhero fatigue.
Posted Apr 24, 2019
46
3/5
It's pure formula stuff, but it fills in the formula blanks nicely enough to make for a reasonably enjoyable cinematic jolt.
Posted Apr 17, 2019
47
3/5
Little (2019)
There's no denying Little is derivative and sloppy. But it's got a secret weapon. She's 14 years old, and her name is Marsai Martin -- and she's a force of nature.
Posted Apr 10, 2019
48
3/5
The Dirt (2019)
A guilty-pleasure rock biopic, it won't do for Mötley Crüe what Bohemian Rhapsody did for Queen, mostly because it's less about the music than the bad behavior.
Posted Mar 22, 2019
49
2/5
Gloria Bell (2019)
Moore's performance is undeniably exquisite, but any character study must bring us on a full journey. That's where Gloria Bell, for all of its assets and acclaim, stumbles.
Posted Mar 20, 2019
50
1/5
Climax (2019)
It's an abjectly cruel film -- to its characters and audiences alike. Some might excuse it a arthouse cinema. Really, it's frighthouse cinema. And that's not a compliment.
Posted Mar 14, 2019