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The Amazing Spider-Man

The Amazing Spider-Man

The Amazing Spider-Man    03 Jul 2012

PG-13 136 minReleased

7.0
IMDB: 7.0/10 468,550 votes

Spider-Man is back again. He's young again. He's discovering love, realizing his powers, and this time he's doing it in three dimensions and, if you like, in Imax. His girlfriend used to be Kirsten Dunst. Now it's Emma Stone. He used to be shorter and have lighter hair. Now he's Andrew Garfield. He's doing well. First, the bottom line, then we'll fill in the details: "The Amazing Spider-Man" is a good Spider-Man movie. A case could be made - it could ...

Shrek

Shrek

Shrek    18 May 2001

PG 90 minReleased

7.9
IMDB: 7.9/10 490,357 votes

Is it possible for a production company to crank out a cartoon fable without having it whitewashed with Disney's fairy-tale idiom? Shrek goes a long way in taking jabs at Disney's totalitarian control of the fairy-tale genre and, for the most part, succeeds. Shrek is a film about the ostracized fairy-tale community and how an ogre named Shrek (Mike Myers) saves a princess named Fiona (Cameron Diaz) from captivity in order to get the fairy-tale squatters off of his swamp ...

Meet the Fockers

Meet the Fockers

Meet the Fockers    22 Dec 2004

PG-13 115 minReleased

6.3
IMDB: 6.3/10 218,303 votes

Arguably the best comedy of 2004, Meet The Fockers is a hilarious, humor-filled marathon. Screenwriters Greg Glienna and Mary Ruth Clarke (who should have received Oscars for their flawless penmanship of Meet The Parents) turn in another blockbuster manuscript. But, as with its predecessor, Meet The Fockers wouldn’t be the comedy masterpiece it is without the onscreen chemistry of Ben Stiller and Robert De Niro. Stiller, son of comedian Jerry Stiller (Seinfeld & King Of Queens), is a comic genius ...

The Matrix Reloaded

The Matrix Reloaded

The Matrix Reloaded    15 May 2003

R 138 minReleased

7.2
IMDB: 7.2/10 434,549 votes

About twenty minutes into The Matrix Reloaded I was feeling sick to my stomach — literally. The scene was in “Zion,” the last bastion of the human [sic] race. Picture the ugliest industrial junkyard on the planet and then drop it down a hole to the ninth circle of hell. Morpheus, played by the ugly, fat, pock-marked, gap-toothed Negro Laurence Fishburne has just delivered a speech in that deep, resonant, over-modulated, phony-sounding stage voice that Negro actors are wont to use ...

Home Alone

Home Alone

Home Alone    16 Nov 1990

PG 103 minReleased

7.5
IMDB: 7.5/10 335,008 votes

After its release in 1990, "Home Alone" garnered mixed reviews from the critics. It got the last laugh, however, as it set a new Guinness record for the highest gross box-office receipts of any comedy. It grossed $17 million its first weekend in just over 1,200 theaters. Although it was a holiday film, the movie was so popular that most theaters ran it long after the holiday season ended. The movie spawned a successful franchise of five films, including "Home Alone ...

Monsters, Inc.

Monsters, Inc.

Monsters, Inc.    02 Nov 2001

G 92 minReleased

8.1
IMDB: 8.1/10 625,952 votes

Monsters, Inc. is an American film about a world where monsters scare sleeping children and harness their screams as power, and the story of two buddies who find themselves in deep trouble when a human child manages to break through into their world. This is only Pixar’s fourth film, but it’s an incredible achievement. Not only does it feature beautiful animation like all their movies, but it’s one of the most consistently emotionally affecting stories I’ve ever seen, whilst also managing ...

The Empire Strikes Back

The Empire Strikes Back

Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back    20 Jun 1980

PG 124 minReleased

8.8
IMDB: 8.8/10 890,313 votes

Of all the episodes in the “Star Wars” film series, “Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back” is arguably the most character-driven, patiently developing character motivation and history between action sequences. It is also, without doubt, the most innovative in terms of dramatic structure. One of the protagonists, Luke Skywalker (Mark Hamill), in a more brooding and mature performance than in “Star Wars Episode IV,” is separated from others for much of the film. Another of the central protagonists, ...

The Sixth Sense

The Sixth Sense

The Sixth Sense    06 Aug 1999

PG-13 107 minReleased

8.1
IMDB: 8.1/10 736,969 votes

Once upon a time, M. Night Shyamalan who delivered one of the greatest thrillers of all time. This film had a huge impact in popular culture, and it is the film that shot M. Night Shyamalan to fame, with some calling him the next Steven Spielberg. However, despite delivering two great movies, Unbreakable and Signs, Shyamalan has become kind of a bad reputation in Hollywood, as his follow up films, The Village and Lady in the Water, had a very ...

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl    09 Jul 2003

PG-13 143 minReleased

8.0
IMDB: 8.0/10 849,484 votes

Ho my goodness: a scoundrel Johnny Depp in sea-dog duds and kohled Rudolph Valentino eyes and a nobly upstanding Orlando Bloom denying his pirate heritage and a fiery Keira Knightley who really, really hates corsets and dares to look pirate captains defiantly in the eye and the thrilling clang of swords on deck and the black skull-and-crossbones flapping in the breeze and buccaneering on the high seas and a damned pirate crew and a cursed secret treasure and an evil ...

Independence Day

Independence Day

Independence Day    03 Jul 1996

PG-13 145 minReleased

6.9
IMDB: 6.9/10 446,449 votes

The movie world is such a simpler and better place when you’re 13 years old. At that time in your life, as long as a film has explosions, then everything’s all fine and dandy. What do pesky things like plot and character development matter when some random building can be blown to smithereens every ten minutes? By that logic, schlockmeister Roland Emmerich’s Independence Day is an awesome movie because it has everything that a young adolescent can hope for in ...

Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones

Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones

Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones    16 May 2002

PG 142 minReleased

6.7
IMDB: 6.7/10 491,896 votes

Here’s the good news: Attack of the Clones, the latest toy from George Lucas’s soulless Star Wars factory, is better than The Phantom Menace. Now the bad: it’s not much better. The branches of Lucas’s intergalactic family tree are a lot easier to make out this time around but the link between Hayden Christensen’s pre-Darth Anakin Skywalker and Mark Hamil’s Luke begins and ends with their rudimentary moping. Far more humorous is the Lamarckian tie between Natalie Portman’s Amidala and ...

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring

The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring    19 Dec 2001

PG-13 178 minReleased

8.8
IMDB: 8.8/10 1,303,095 votes

The most heartbreaking thing about faithful moviegoing is that awe, beauty and excitement, three of the things we go to the movies for, are the very things we’re cheated of the most. The great wonder of “The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring” is that it bathes us in all three, to the point where we remember — in a vague, pleasurably hallucinatory sensation from another lifetime — why we go to the movies in the first ...

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone    16 Nov 2001

PG 152 minReleased

7.5
IMDB: 7.5/10 478,743 votes

The start of any series of films is problematic at best. If you're Star Trek - you're seeking to recapture and continue some of the magic of the television show with the same cast. If you're X-Men or Batman or Spider-Man - you're capitalizing on decades of comic continuity that may make it hard historically to last beyond three or four films with the same cast. If it's Jurassic Park or Pirates Of The Caribbean or The Matrix - you ...

Forrest Gump

Forrest Gump

Forrest Gump    06 Jul 1994

PG-13 142 minReleased

8.8
IMDB: 8.8/10 1,334,127 votes

A Hollywood movie is like a box of chocolates: it tastes good, but it’s really bad for you. Of course, it isn’t bad to eat a small amount of chocolates; likewise, not all Hollywood movies are bad for you. But after seeing Forrest Gump, the charming aphorism that was central to the film (“My momma says that life is like a box of chocolates”) metamorphosed in my mind in this fashion. I caught myself enjoying the film while realizing that I ...

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers

The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers    18 Dec 2002

PG-13 179 minReleased

8.7
IMDB: 8.7/10 1,158,527 votes

Peter Jackson's adaptation of The Fellowship of the Ring was so well-plotted and engaging, that the next two films in the trilogy feel weaker in comparison. Admittedly, The Two Towers is rife with challenges that would task any director. With the Fellowship now broken, Jackson is required to tell three separate stories. Frodo (Elijah Wood) and Sam (Sean Astin), led by the sneaky Gollum (Andy Serkis), venture into Mordor on their quest to slam-dunk the One Ring into Mount Doom. Meanwhile, ...

Avatar

Avatar

Avatar    18 Dec 2009

PG-13 162 minReleased

7.8
IMDB: 7.8/10 925,227 votes

Twelve years ago, with the haunting and magnificent soap-opera disaster movie Titanic, James Cameron proved not just that he was king of the world of big-spectacle filmmakers, but that he was a popular artist for the ages. Bowling the audience over with effects-driven awe was only half the story; what Titanic demonstrated is that in a truly great film, your heart will go on the journey as well. In Avatar, his 3-D alien-jungle virtual-reality action-adventure epic, Cameron has the effects-driven ...