Kyle Smith, New York Post

  1. Mitt 2014 The stiff who was born wearing a necktie and a starched shirt is transformed and redefined in just 90 minutes. full review
  2. Adore 2013 I have no idea why such strapping young men would be so desperate for sex as to hook up with a couple of museum artifacts they've known all their lives, but this hokey soap views contrivance as a small price to pay for lush mommy fantasy. full review
  3. Aftershock 2013 A weird mash-up of disaster, horror and dystopia genre pictures, "Aftershock" fails to make the Earth move. full review
  4. Arthur Newman 2013 One of those many indies that exist to give actors a chance to go slumming. full review
  5. As I Lay Dying 2013 I don't pretend to have a clue how to adapt William Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying" for the screen, but unlike James Franco, I, at least, didn't try. full review
  6. Berberian Sound Studio 2013 A clever, elliptical, slightly bizarre and altogether transfixing psychological thriller. full review
  7. Beyond Outrage 2013 "Beyond Outrage" fails to live up to its title as Japanese superstar Takeshi Kitano can't find much in the way of fresh ideas for the genre. full review
  8. Blue Is The Warmest Color 2013 A routine love story elevated by one of the year's most magnetic performances. full review
  9. Cockneys vs Zombies 2013 You may protest that this is just a splattery feature-length sketch, and you'd be absolutely right. Why not have a laugh at this absurdly trite concept? full review
  10. Computer Chess 2013 A punitively dull chunk of quirk that is about, and feels like, being stuck in a motel with a gaggle of programming nerds for a weekend. full review
  11. The Croods 2013 I'd like to take back all those times I said Nicolas Cage was one of the most annoying actors on film. It turns out he's equally terrible when he's only on the soundtrack. full review
  12. Crystal Fairy 2013 We already knew that jerks aren't necessarily interesting. Nor is watching footage of other people doing drugs. full review
  13. Dead Man Down 2013 While a mob thriller can be as nasty as it likes, what it can't be is silly. full review
  14. The Family 2013 Remember when Robert De Niro was an interesting actor? These days his talent, like his character in "The Family," is in the witness protection program, never to be seen again. full review
  15. How I Live Now 2013 Just because virtually any story can be told through the eyes of a solipsistic teen girl doesn't mean that it should be. full review
  16. In the House 2013 'In the House" promises to be a social satire with a flash of Hitchcockian menace, but gradually it turns into a routine thumb-sucker on reality versus fiction. full review
  17. Inequality For All 2013 A cinematic listicle of misleading economic talking points. full review
  18. John Dies at the End 2013 "John Dies at the End" thinks it's "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" for dudes. But in its randomness, its vulgarity and its level of humor, it's more like the collected writings on the walls of a roadside men's room. full review
  19. The Lifeguard 2013 The central character simply comes across as whiny and entitled instead of troubled and dark, and the central theme of getting your groove back by acting like a kid again has been done many times by much more talented filmmakers. full review
  20. Maniac 2013 The film is exactly what it intends to be: the purest exploitational trash. full review
  21. Olympus Has Fallen 2013 The film is a second-rate "Air Force One" mashed up with a third-rate "Die Hard," with Gerard Butler striving mightily to be charismatic as the One Man Who Can Save the Day. full review
  22. Paranoia 2013 Why blaze new trails when the old ones are so well-marked? This one is essentially "The Firm" with smartphones. full review
  23. Peeples 2013 Robinson deserves a movie that's polished where this one is haphazard, but he needs to be able to cut loose instead of being reduced to the confusion and blanching he is often called upon to do in this one. full review
  24. The Playroom 2013 This imitation "Ice Storm" is as refreshing as a step into a puddle of slush. full review
  25. Prince Avalanche 2013 An uneasy mix of Richard Linklater and Abbott and Costello, "Prince Avalanche" is an oddment, but one that brings some small, peculiar pleasures. full review
  26. Room 237 2013 The theories proposed in the doc "Room 237" aren't eye-opening. They're laughable. full review
  27. The Secret Disco Revolution 2013 "The Secret Disco Revolution" laughably fails to turn Barry White and Donna Summer into the Che Guevara and Emma Goldman of the dance floor. full review
  28. Sightseers 2013 What begins as an alert and witty barbed satire degenerates into a senseless bloodbath in the black comedy "Sightseers." full review
  29. Simon Killer 2013 A noirish character study of a young American in Paris, "Simon Killer" chillingly combines the classic amoral drifter out of James M. Cain with a very contemporary figure - the overemotional, overeducated, spineless slacker. full review
  30. Something in the Air 2013 [It] has the aroma of an autobiographical confession by someone for whom life hasn't been overly difficult. full review
  31. Somm 2013 "Somm" does a fairly impressive job of making wine tasting somewhat cinematic despite its being essentially unfilmable, at least until taste-o-vision comes along. full review
  32. Starbuck 2013 Geniality and mild laughs aren't enough to sustain interest in this predictable effort, especially given the dragged-out running time. full review
  33. The Sweeney 2013 The movie blithely repeats most of the cliches of the American badass-cop flick, only in impenetrable Cockney. full review
  34. A Teacher 2013 An evocative but ultimately hollow indie drama. full review
  35. Upside Down 2013 "Upside Down" is such a gorgeous wreck that I could almost sense Terry Gilliam somewhere muttering, "Wait a minute, I should have been the one to screw up this idea." full review
  36. We Steal Secrets: The Story Of Wikileaks 2013 Despite Gibney's best efforts to put a halo on Manning, the enormity of what the soldier did towers over what has been done to him. full review
  37. Wish You Were Here 2013 A dull drama about domestic squabbling that hopes to be mistaken for a thriller. full review
  38. 360 2012 "360" gives us much in the way of international anguish, frustrated coupling and longing stares, but there's very little plausibility or genuine emotion in its egregiously contrived story of ardor gone amiss. full review
  39. 56 Up 2012 '56 Up" is as good a point as any to get hooked on the magnificent half-century series of documentaries ... full review
  40. The Ambassador 2012 A stunning, funny, and vital piece of guerilla cinema. full review
  41. Arbitrage 2012 I'm not sure any five pages of this script by director Nicholas Jarecki hold together. full review
  42. Assassin's Bullet 2012 Corny action scenes and borderline-hilarious direction by Isaac Florentine mark the film as an obvious straight-to-video item that somehow took a wrong turn into a movie theater. full review
  43. The Assault 2012 So gripping and focused that it easily bests Hollywood movies with 50 times its budget. full review
  44. Atlas Shrugged: Part II 2012 "Atlas Shrugged: Part II" is political economy written with crayon. full review
  45. ATM 2012 Not much about the movie makes sense, though there are occasional schlocky thrills. full review
  46. Beneath The Darkness 2012 Even Dennis Quaid's uncharacteristic hamming as a mad mortician in a small Texas town can't save this silly, scare-free horror film... full review
  47. Butter 2012 At times, the Midwestern satire "Butter" is almost funny, and in its honor I almost laughed. full review
  48. The Cabin in the Woods 2012 Movies that mean to deconstruct movies seem to be made solely by and for cinema vampires, those ghost-faced geeks whose pallor is rarely challenged by exposure to the sun. full review
  49. Cafe de Flore 2012 Goes from intriguing to irritating. full review
  50. California Solo 2012 The story trickles to a disappointing close. But Carlyle, who first gained attention here for his unforgettable work in "Trainspotting," remains an essential character actor. full review
  51. Cosmopolis 2012 David Cronenberg meets Don DeLillo at last, and it's as if all the angels of heaven have come together. And said nothing. full review
  52. Detachment 2012 "Detachment" quickly gets stuck in its own world-weariness. full review
  53. The Details 2012 "The Details" cancels itself out by being too campy to take seriously and too tragic to laugh at. full review
  54. The Do-Deca-Pentathlon 2012 A decent idea for an episode of "Everybody Loves Raymond," "The Do-Deca-Pentathlon" falls short as a movie. full review
  55. Dredd 2012 My notes are as follows: "Shoot bad guy." "Shoot bad guy." "Shoot bad guy." full review
  56. Fat Kid Rules the World 2012 The title character may be morbidly obese, but the jokes and story are thin in the coming-of-age dramedy "Fat Kid Rules the World." full review
  57. Fightville 2012 'Fightville," you had me at "gladiator school." full review
  58. For Ellen 2012 An empty angst-athon that proves 90 minutes of close-ups of Paul Dano looking wounded can be even less interesting than it sounds. full review
  59. Friends With Kids 2012 Credit Westfeldt, who is also the writer and director, with a classic setup for farce, brightly executed. full review
  60. Fun Size 2012 "Fun Size" presents the broiling hormones of youth at room temperature. full review
  61. Grassroots 2012 At first glance, "Grassroots" doesn't seem like much of an idea for a movie. Nor at second, third or fourth glance. full review
  62. The Grey 2012 It may be too conventional for the art-house crowd, yet too arty for the megaplex. I prefer to call it an unusually reflective blood-and-guts saga. full review
  63. The Guilt Trip 2012 No movie should credibly simulate the experience of being stuck in a car with Barbra Streisand for eight days. Not unless it's being billed as "a spine-tingling tale of modern horror." full review
  64. Jack Reacher 2012 It's touching beyond measure to see an ex-jarhead and a former soldier putting aside their differences in a display of mutual respect, understanding and shooting bad guys in the face. full review
  65. Kill List 2012 "Kill List" jumbles together wildly incongruous ingredients to create a dramatic mush. full review
  66. Lay the Favorite 2012 Frears has a lot of fun with the bad tempers and high spirits of this crew of adrenaline junkies, and though the story falls a little flat, the script is sprinkled with dry wit. full review
  67. Let My People Go! 2012 Among gay Jewish French postman movies, "Let My People Go!" may be a Hall of Fame entry, but alas, by any other standard this would-be sex comedy is a dismal failure. full review
  68. Little White Lies 2012 A film this long should end with the audience feeling it knows the characters like old friends. Instead it ends with an outside observer delivering an insight that isn't really an insight. full review
  69. Monsieur Lazhar 2012 Like a dedicated teacher, this is a film that stays with you. full review
  70. My Worst Nightmare 2012 No one loves a broad comedy like the French, but Gallic touches of restraint tend to keep such light entertainment pleasing rather than blundering. full review
  71. Nature Calls 2012 A low-watt, low-wit comedy. full review
  72. Nobody Walks 2012 [A] lackluster indie drama ... full review
  73. October Baby 2012 "October Baby" may be well-intentioned, but it's as obvious and inert as a spoonful of mashed potatoes. full review
  74. The Pact 2012 A tightly controlled low-budget chiller whose occasional moments of unexpected special effects are set up beautifully by long periods of suspense. full review
  75. The Paperboy 2012 'The Paperboy" can't decide whether to be an unfunny sex comedy, a half-hearted detective story or a woeful race drama - so it decides to be all three ... full review
  76. Playing for Keeps 2012 One of those movies that comes "straight from the heart" - the heart of the hack screenwriter's manual that pushes formulaic structure to cover up a lack of compelling characters, genuine emotion or actual humor. full review
  77. Price Check 2012 A hilarious Parker Posey provides her customary blast of brittle energy in "Price Check," an engaging corporate comedy. full review
  78. Pusher 2012 Prieto does what he can to keep things roaring along, but the overall effect is not a lot more stimulating than your average diet cola. full review
  79. The Rabbi's Cat 2012 "Ambitious" isn't the word here; "random" is more like it. full review
  80. Red Dawn 2012 It's Kim Jong-un versus Some Young Dumb 'Uns. full review
  81. Red Hook Summer 2012 Spike Lee now seems to be trying to be the world's oldest student filmmaker. Take out the rookie mistakes from "Red Hook Summer," and there'd be nothing left. full review
  82. Safety Not Guaranteed 2012 Connolly ... goes beyond indie cliches to understand these characters, find their humanity and make us feel for them. full review
  83. Silent House 2012 Demonstrating the limits of being too clever in a genre movie, the art-house chiller "Silent House" lets the tenseness of its first act trickle away. full review
  84. Stella Days 2012 Soft Irish accents and good intentions aren't enough to save the poky Irish drama "Stella Days," set in a small town on the cusp of change in the 1950s. full review
  85. This Is Not a Film 2012 There is courage and cheekiness here. What there is not is a story, or much insight or even anger; anyone expecting an indictment of Iran will be sorely disappointed. full review
  86. Tim and Eric's Billion Dollar Movie 2012 It would be insulting to refer to "Tim & Eric's Billion Dollar Movie" as amateurish - insulting to amateurs everywhere. full review
  87. Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning 2012 An intensity of purpose and a patient, suspenseful directing style make the B-movie "Universal Soldier: Day of Reckoning" superior to most of the big-budget action films I've seen lately. full review
  88. War of the Buttons 2012 Seeing the French Resistance through the eyes of little kids yields a cutesy, simplistic and sentimental would-be fable in "War of the Buttons." full review
  89. Another Happy Day 2011 If you liked Rachel Getting Married or Margot at the Wedding, you probably have good taste, so you should avoid this one. full review
  90. Brighton Rock 2011 Screams "student film" with practically every frame. full review
  91. Burke and Hare 2011 All of the actors are enjoying themselves, and the movie is stuffed with history, atmosphere and vivid characters. What's in short supply, though, is laughter. full review
  92. Dirty Girl 2011 If your sensibility is pure trashy camp, don't expect anyone not to laugh when you try to be earnest. full review
  93. The Eagle 2011 A long slog through ancient muck, so-so sword fights and dumb luck. full review
  94. Footloose 2011 By the time four little girls teach a dorky guy to dance to (the original) "Let's Hear It for the Boy" I was a gelatinous blob of pure affection. Bring on "Flashdance" 2.0. full review
  95. Free Men 2011 "Free Men" is so-so, but it is driven by a mischievously interesting idea: that Muslims and Jews have more in common than they normally allow. full review
  96. Gun Hill Road 2011 Tenderness and good intentions don't necessarily add up to a movie. full review
  97. Hugo 2011 It's as if David Copperfield wandered into a History of Film lecture. Maybe it isn't a great idea to wait till you're nearly 70 to make your first kid movie. full review
  98. I Don't Know How She Does It 2011 A meager one-joke comedy peopled by stereotypes. full review
  99. I Melt with You 2011 The movie captures, as well as any other, the feeling of partying into oblivion, minus the next-morning internal pitchfork stabs. Think of a wild friend you wouldn't want to emulate but can't let go of. full review
  100. Into The Abyss 2011 Werner Herzog looks at the death penalty in "Into the Abyss," and as is almost always the case, to look through his eyes is to marvel. full review
  101. The Kid with a Bike 2011 A sly but finally banal update of the Italian neorealist classic "The Bicycle Thief." full review
  102. Knuckle 2011 Palmer's film is brutally compelling to look at, as the lads get down to face-rearranging, but it also carries a lot of tragic historical freight. full review
  103. The Ledge 2011 Unlike its talky hero, the credibility of this preposterous drama immediately plunges into the abyss. full review
  104. Nesting 2011 "Nesting" is a sitcom, but a really slow and dull one that barely grinds out 22 minutes' worth of plot to fill a 90-minute hole. full review
  105. Our Idiot Brother 2011 The film goes far on its good nature, though it is never more than gently funny. full review
  106. Pearl Jam Twenty 2011 In a better film, Crowe would have played journalist instead of fan boy. full review
  107. Revenge of the Electric Car 2011 Saying electric cars are "zero emission" is about as truthful as saying you don't have to kill a cow when you buy a hamburger. full review
  108. Sarah Palin: You Betcha! 2011 Palin texted and chewed gum during meetings -- so what? full review
  109. Stake Land 2011 Some numbers are too large to contemplate. How many drops of water are there in the ocean? How many grains of sand are there in the desert? How many more apocalyptic zombie movies must I sit through? full review
  110. Undefeated 2011 If the film had something to say about football as football instead of football as life, I'd be interested. It doesn't. full review
  111. And Everything Is Going Fine 2010 Spalding Gray's new film, "And Everything Is Going Fine," is 89 minutes long. What a coincidence! That's exactly 89 more minutes of Spalding Gray than I can stand. full review
  112. Centurion 2010 Sack, pillage, repeat. Heads will roll. And bounce. And be stuck on pikes. full review
  113. Client 9: The Rise and Fall of Eliot Spitzer 2010 I wonder how Gibney operated the camera while on his back. full review
  114. Countdown to Zero 2010 Illustrating the many ways nuclear weapons could kill you makes Countdown to Zero one of the most frightening documentaries you'll ever see, or endure. full review
  115. Exit Through The Gift Shop 2010 Banksy makes an appealing narrator with a deft grasp of the questions raised. full review
  116. Henry's Crime 2010 Though the movie has some engagingly quirky moments, everything falls into place far too easily for much suspense to build, and the romance between the two leads seems as contrived as everything else. full review
  117. Last Night 2010 Suspenseful though it is, the movie is quiet to the point of being sleepy, and Worthington is simply not working out as a screen star. full review
  118. A Little Help 2010 File this one in the same category of edgy Long Island comedies as the equally smart 2008 Alec Baldwin film "Lymelife." full review
  119. Night Catches Us 2010 It raises tangled questions about whether it is better to live humiliated or arm yourself, yet for the most part it's dramatically inert, talky and directionless, and it ends quietly without saying much of anything. full review
  120. Rubber 2010 Picture Monty Python writ ing an unusually odd "Twilight Zone" episode directed by surrealist Luis Bunuel. Or just empty your mind of all sense: This is "Rubber." full review
  121. Senna 2010 My interest in watching men drive machines in ovals is limited, and in this documentary the title character mostly comes across as an uninteresting dope. full review
  122. Tabloid 2010 "Tabloid" shows that an oddball lead character and a smirky style do not necessarily add up to a complete movie. full review
  123. Waiting for Forever 2010 A drippy romance that makes Nicholas Sparks look like Leo Tolstoy. full review
  124. The Whistleblower 2010 A pointless drama that trafficks in cliche. full review
  125. An American Affair 2009 Even Oliver Stone would giggle. full review
  126. The Art Of The Steal 2009 Is it really "a tragedy" that lots more people will get to see these paintings? full review
  127. The Fourth Kind 2009 The Fourth Kind has a clever gimmick and nothing more. full review
  128. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest 2009 Expunging the clich├ęs, coincidences, flat dialogue and dull exposition will present a challenge for director David Fincher as he begins to remake the films in Hollywood. full review
  129. The House of the Devil 2009 Although the payoff is creepy, it takes a little too long to arrive -- and when it does, it's about as worn-out as the movie's title. full review
  130. Inspector Bellamy 2009 Inspector Bellamy leaves a sense not unlike a summary of Chabrol's entire career -- of guilty stains seeping away in every direction, of motives hidden and of endless stories that frustrate full understanding. full review
  131. The Nature of Existence 2009 Inquiring into the reasons human beings exist, filmmaker Roger Nygard uncovers this stunner: Various people have different opinions. full review
  132. The Road 2009 Zombieland was the same movie with laughs, but if you take away the comedy, what is left? Nothing, on a vast scale. full review
  133. Survival of the Dead 2009 I suppose it's nice that Romero has a hobby, but he couldn't be more of a bore if he were showing off his pine cone collection. full review
  134. Diminished Capacity 2008 Alda's Hawkeye Pierce charm gives way to something snappish and cagey, while Broderick's fussy stiffness is perfect. full review
  135. Downloading Nancy 2008 Some suspense arises about just how far the woman's sickness will take her, but it's overwhelmed by the pointlessness of the story. full review
  136. Humboldt County 2008 Possibly it might be of some interest with the right amount of buzz, but then so is a passing cloud. full review
  137. Management 2008 The film is a failure if it can't convince us that these two people belong together. It can't, and barely tries. full review
  138. Never Back Down 2008 A formula flick that should have tapped out in the script stage. full review
  139. Sex Drive 2008 The title Sex Drive is a pun about a road trip in search of nooky, but it's also an apt image of what it's like to be a teen guy. You're the car. The stick shift is driving you. full review
  140. The Tale of Despereaux 2008 Somber, slow and elegant instead of frantic and dazzling. It works like a beloved fairy tale. full review
  141. The Babysitters 2007 I'd call it a depressing soft-core porn flick, but that overstates its titillation factor. Mainly it's just icky. full review
  142. Day Zero 2007 Proves that even the most controversial of topics can be the basis for the dullest indie films. full review
  143. Descent 2007 Look-at-me-I'm-a-filmmaker photography, pacing that has all the thrills of waiting in line at the post office and an utterly predictable plot combine to make the movie even worse than the hacky chick revenge fantasy now showing on channel 186 of your box. full review
  144. Eagle vs. Shark 2007 A pleasing New Zealand gloss on Napoleon Dynamite, full of geek posturing, sweet weirdness and disarmingly modest goals. full review
  145. Evening 2007 This weeping ladydrama -- this cinematic doily, this chintz wing chair from a P-town antique boutique -- takes us to the oxymoronic world of WASP emotion. full review
  146. Freedom Writers 2007 One teacher can make a difference in a troubled student's life. I learned this from To Sir, with Love, Dangerous Minds and Van Halen's Hot for Teacher video. full review
  147. Hot Rod 2007 Started to go bad about the time someone in casting said, "You know what? I'll bet America is just about ready for the comedy stylings of Sissy Spacek." full review
  148. No End in Sight 2007 Rehashes information you already knew and tries to inflate trivia into scandal. full review
  149. Save Me 2007 Sounds like a great idea for a gay porno, but the soapy Save Me actually takes itself seriously. full review
  150. Trumbo 2007 What kind of international revolutionary whines about his family being made unwelcome among the tykes of the bourgeoisie? full review
  151. Akeelah and the Bee 2006 Akeelah and the Bee is so warm and well-meaning that you may find yourself wanting to like it more than you really do.
  152. Cashback 2006 Imagine Kevin Smith with a background in poetry and painting instead of comic books and bestiality jokes, and you'll have an idea of what to expect from an exciting new filmmaker named Sean Ellis, whose terrific debut is called Cashback. full review
  153. Charlotte's Web 2006 Charlotte's Web, with its insistently 'magical' theme music, an overbearing climax and a trough full of bad jokes, is merely adequate.
  154. Colma: The Musical 2006 The songs sound like they were recorded on a toy synthesizer in someone's basement, and neither of the two male leads can sing. full review
  155. Failure to Launch 2006 This is a guy comedy being mismarketed as a chick flick, complete with a poster that looks like a page from Lucky magazine.
  156. Fierce People 2006 Director Griffin Dunne's adaptation of Dirk Wittenborn's fiercely personal novel ambles pleasantly through coming-of-age movie territory, then takes a jarring Agatha Christie detour. full review
  157. Flyboys 2006 The computer-generated flying effects are the only reason to see the movie, but at some point somebody left the computer on too long, so it went ahead and spat out the script.
  158. Harsh Times 2006 Ayer's writing is loaded with wit and malice.
  159. I'm Reed Fish 2006 The movie, which looks like it was made on the cheapest camera borrowed from the A/V club, was apparently based on the experience of its writer, Reed Fish, who should either await more interesting experiences or work up some imagination. full review
  160. Jackass: Number Two 2006 Though I understand that the film is intent on being no. 1 in no. 2, it is not ever necessary to show someone making doody on camera, thanks.
  161. Maxed Out 2006 All the film provides is this bulletin: Lefties are angry about the things Lefties are angry about, chiefly corporate profits. full review
  162. Nacho Libre 2006 Nacho Libre, the often hilarious follow-up to Napoleon Dynamite by director Jared Hess, settles it: This is the world's funniest Mormon.
  163. Sherrybaby 2006 ... a movie bursting with nothingness.
  164. The Treatment 2006 The Treatment, a wan effort at Annie Hall-style comedy, has about as much Manhattan sophistication as a gas station in Chippewa Falls, Wis. full review
  165. Unknown 2006 To kill 80 minutes, the movie has to pad itself with several dull speeches and stagy moments.
  166. The Wind That Shakes the Barley 2006 Raises hard questions about Ireland's uncanny ability to kneecap itself. full review
  167. 49 Up 2005 Dropping by on the same people every seven years like an old friend -- or an unwelcome relative -- Apted has constructed a peerless, suspenseful work that develops character to a depth that would make Tolstoy jealous.
  168. Broken Flowers 2005 Audiences will laugh, mainly to prove they're awake, but the humor is pretty thin.
  169. Factotum 2005 A seamy and funny adaptation of Charles Bukowski's 1975 novel Factotum.
  170. The Fog 2005 I was held in suspense throughout The Fog, aching to learn the answer to its central riddle: Why would any one remake such a crummy movie?
  171. Right at Your Door 2005 As frightening as it intends to be, but not enjoyably so. full review
  172. Serenity 2005 Serenity is so like TV that it ought to come with a clicker so we can switch over to the next movie at the multiplex.
  173. Stoned 2005 With its low budget, unadventurous script and notable lack of any Stones recordings it has the look and feel of a TV movie.
  174. After Innocence 2004 The film cuts away from such personal stories too quickly, eager to sell us on airy, unjustified claims.
  175. The Goebbels Experiment 2004 Kenneth Branagh's fierce narration of Joseph Goebbels's di aries makes The Goebbels Experiment a visceral documentary.
  176. A League of Ordinary Gentlemen 2003 The dork factor is cheerfully acknowledged by the hip documentary A League of Ordinary Gentlemen, a witty look at the sport's quest for cool.

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