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60 21% Happy-Go-Lucky (2008) - Rated 27 Dec 2010
90 91% Carrie (1976) - Rated 27 Dec 2010
75 53% Dumplings (2004) - Rated 24 Aug 2010
85 85% Inception (2010) - Rated 22 Aug 2010
30 2% Phantom of the Opera (1998) - Rated 20 Aug 2010
"Well, at least it doesn't have a score by Andrew Lloyd Webber."
50 10% I Love Trouble (1994) - Rated 13 Aug 2010
"Nolte + Roberts = about the most unappealing on-screen couple I could have thought up."
85 85% Lust, Caution (2007) - Rated 13 Aug 2010
"Harrowing. There's this quiet yet relentless undercurrent of melancholy that flows throughout the film, stealthily eating away at your insides until you've got that hollow feeling in the pit of your stomach. Ang Lee has a gift for making even the simplest of stories completely mesmerizing."
70 41% Millennium Actress (2001) - Rated 13 Aug 2010
"I'm a big fan of Kon's work, but this is definitely my least favorite film of his. The cynic in me had a hard time caring about the protagonist's epic romantic quest for some random dude, and between the visually stunning sequences I couldn't stop my eyes from rolling in their sockets. That being said, the stirring and painfully bittersweet ending redeems the story quite a bit."
50 10% Jennifer's Body (2009) - Rated 13 Aug 2010
"I really wanted this to be the fun cheesy ironic teen horror flick that I've been waiting to embrace with popcorn in my hand and my brain in sleep mode, but the film turned out to be just plain old irritating. Megan Fox can't act at all, but I suppose her creepy plastic surgery face is fit for a scary succubus creature thing. (That was the point of casting her, right? Right?)"
55 14% Acacia (2003) - Rated 12 Aug 2010
"I like several works that mix horror and drama, but in Acacia the horror is tame and the drama feels hokey, so the entire thing falls flat. If you're in the mood for a creepy and melancholic South Korean film with beautiful cinematography, I'd recommend watching A Tale of Two Sisters instead."