Bob Longino, Atlanta Journal-Constitution

  1. The World's Fastest Indian 2005 The infectious and sugary sweet motorcycle saga The World's Fastest Indian at times seems like the world's slowest movie. full review
  2. Bukowski: Born into This 2002 A great documentary about a fine writer and horrible human being. full review
  3. Irreversible 2002 A sometimes repellent yet deeply moving film. full review
  4. Shaft 2000 What really clicks are some of the stars. full review
  5. Tarzan 1999 It's both a little scary and a lot funny, and kids will no doubt lap it up. full review
  6. Gojira 1954 Maybe it's 50 years late, but we're finally getting to see Godzilla as it was meant to be seen. full review
  7. /titles/199805 Fascinating, thought-provoking, often fitfully funny and sometimes devastatingly sad. full review
  8. /titles/197807 It'll beam you way, way up. full review
  9. /titles/199774 As the plot points arrive, they're all stretched to the max. Even the film's most unexpected bit ... goes on and on and on. full review
  10. /titles/198000 Some verbal jokes simply don't work, and Darryl's persistent I-wanna-be-a-daddy musings are more insipid than inspiring. But some of the physical comedy scores. full review