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Not big, not clever, but very, very funny. Sandlers best. Who knew golf could be this entertaining?
Intricate study suggesting that cops and robbers ain't so different after all, and arguably Robert De Niro's last great role before he devoted himself to self-parody.
A treat for fans of good-looking girls in black-and-white, of classic film noir and of imaginative ultra-violence. Its like porn for your eyes.
Despite its failings it's hard not to become swept up in the sheer grandeur of it all and the incredible finale more than makes up for its other crimes
The classic tale of a Mafia family. Terrific performances and a perfect brooding atmosphere make it a truly outstanding work. It's surely an offer you can't refuse.
Great fun, with a mildly horrific edge and a great portrayal of demonic glee by Al Pacino. Who's performance is devilishly good.
Undeniably fun with slick action. This is not a movie about moral dilemmas-it's about a father who will rip out your eyeballs if you don't give him his daughter back.
A funny, tender, and thought-provoking film. It's an all out attack on the media's need to control, which may explain Carrey's disgraceful Oscar snub.
A very funny, very violent and altogether wonderful British crime caper that could have been made by Tarantino's cockney cousin, if he had one.
Using its low-budget effects and mockumentary method to great effect, this turns a simple haunted house story into 90 minutes of relentless suspense.
If rock music ever sent a shiver down your spine, this is the movie for you. Insightful, hilarious, touching, beautifully crafted and wonderfully acted. Almost perfect.
Only the French could make an action flick that would be equally at home in the multiplex and the art house theater. Stylish, mature, violent and brilliant.
A fascinating exploration of the mind of an emotionally disconnected man. It's brutal, crass and impossible to look away from, much like a real boxing match.
Cheap, touching, and downright nasty. Kevin Smith's first feature still remains the ultimate cinematic tribute to slackers. Hilariously funny and very, very rude
A masterpiece of epic proportions. Nothing captures all the different sides of the terror of the Holocaust as well as this gripping story
A movie that defied expectations, raised the ante for both effects movies and action sequences and gave the world the immortal 'Hasta la vista baby.
A frightening tale of Satanism and pregnancy that is even more disturbing than it sounds thanks to convincing and committed performances by Mia Farrow and Ruth Gordon.
If ever a movie was all about one man, then this is it. Daniel Day-Lewis' performance as a ruthless, cold-blooded, psychotic oilman is without flaw and impossible to look away from
A twisted and gory horror film that's not for the squeamish and the ending never fails to amaze. Ignore the sequels, this is great, they suck!
Droll and witty, Burton's tribute evokes the career of Hollywood's 'worst' director. 'Strangely compelling and inspiring.
One of the funniest, coolest, most splendidly absurd films ever made. And it's practically impossible not to love 'The Dude'. But that's just like, my opinion, man.
Energetic low-budget vampire nonsense from Robert Rodriguez and Quentin Tarantino. Silly, but so much fun.
A brilliantly filmed, if mercilessly bloody, examination of a once great civilization. Visually gorgeous, stomach-turningly violent and mesmerizingly beautiful.
The most literally exciting film you will see. Forget the off-putting banner of another Iraq movie, go watch, marvel, endure and book in the palliative of a stiff drink afterwards.
The deliciously inventive Wachowskis have delivered the syntax for a new kind of movie: technically mind-blowing style, merged perfectly with content and just so damn cool.
A gripping, intelligent and ambitious drama about drug trafficking and the misguided war against it. Not just a great film, but an important one.
The one that started it all. This Coen Brother's debut, is a deliciously decadent, delightfully twisted and masterfully macabre tale.
Odd, but brilliantly so. It's a small film that feels big, a period drama that looks modern, defying comparison to anything but Nolan himself.
Funny at times, scary at others and thought-provoking throughout. Featuring Bale's career best performance. This is one video tape you won't want to return.
Timeless classic. Superb performances and the infamous shower scene make this the perfect nightmare.
Thrilling and scary in equal measure. And what a baddie, Hopkins is simply delicious.
Consistently riveting and intensely claustrophobic. Every frame, every word, every 'ping' is something that will burrow deep into your psyche. The best ww2 film ever made.
With the whole of America as his backdrop, Penn pulls off his most ambitious movie yet. The result is a beautiful and thought-provoking road movie.
A wonderfully inventive; visceral, intense, beautiful looking horror film from Scorsese, in one of his most enjoyable and uncharacteristic pictures.
Psycho-thriller about 10 strangers at an isolated motel that's spooky, smart and strange. It also packs a shocking twist, that will either impress or exasperate.
Snobs may balk, purists will be appalled, but this new and exceedingly nasty version of Wes Craven's 1977 cult shocker is awfully good at what it does. Bloody, brutal entertainment
A light and goofy comedy which provides laughs, largely due to the brilliant performances and screenwriting by Myers. Groovy baby!
A marvel of contemporary filmmaking with intelligence, entertainment value, and ponderings on life, manhood, and how society can be much scarier than nurses in white coats.
If Twilight is the Vampire film for starry-eyed teenage girls, then this is the Vampire film for everyone else. Beautiful and moving, a must-see.
Dark, twisted and beautiful. This entwines fairy-tale fantasy with war-movie horror to startling effect.
Vivid, fully cinematic, and impossible to look away from. Not as great as Goodfellas, but how could it be?
Sergio Leone's swan song is an undisputed masterpiece. Hugely complex, achingly sad and splendidly gorgeous. Pure cinematic bliss.
An exquisitely crafted, absorbing thriller. And who'd a thought it? A Hollywood remake that's better than the european original. Well i suppose it is the work of David Fincher
Entertaining, thought provoking and thoroughly unpredictable. A movie that amazingly manages to be great despite having Ashton Kutcher in it
It might be more impressive on a technical level than as a piece of storytelling but it's a spectacular visual experience unlike anything you've seen before.
A spectacularly entertaining piece of pop culture, brilliantly written and unfathomably cool. Tarantino's masterpiece.

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