Lou Lumenick, New York Post

  1. G.B.F. 2014 Offers an admirable message of tolerance for teen audiences - too bad it's been absurdly saddled with an R rating, even though there's far less innuendo than in "Easy A.'' full review
  2. And Now A Word From Our Sponsor 2013 A mild, toothless satire - a "Being There'' where there's barely any there there. full review
  3. And While We Were Here 2013 [A] familiarly snoozy romantic drama. full review
  4. Birders: The Central Park Effect 2013 An engrossing tour of this little-known subculture and unlikely habitat in the center of densely populated Manhattan. full review
  5. Broken 2013 "Broken'' embraces the sort of unappealing British miserabilism perfected by "Ratcatcher" director Lynne Ramsay. full review
  6. Drift 2013 I'm a sucker for films with great surfing footage, let alone wacky '70s hairstyles. But this overlong, cliche-infested Aussie period drama tested my patience. full review
  7. The English Teacher 2013 Like so many small films carrying the Tribeca Films label, this seriocomic farce has its moments, but fails to live up to the promise of a starry cast headed by Julianne Moore. full review
  8. Hating Breitbart 2013 This is less a documentary than a wholly uncritical celebration ... full review
  9. The Host 2013 Long, tedious and often unintentionally hilarious. full review
  10. If I Were You 2013 "If I Were You'' has more than its share of laughs, but director Joan Carr-Wiggin needed to cut half an hour to make this fly without interest flagging. full review
  11. InAPPropriate Comedy 2013 An inept, brutally unfunny collection of sketches ... full review
  12. Interior. Leather Bar. 2013 It largely consists of Franco musing about depictions of homosexual activity on film. full review
  13. It's a Disaster 2013 [A] practically laugh-free vanity comedy with C-listers facing the apocalypse in the form of a nerve-gas attack on Los Angeles. full review
  14. Jobs 2013 [Kutcher's] performance, like the movie, is all surface. full review
  15. Killing Season 2013 If you've always wanted to see Robert De Niro forced to thread a steel rod through an open wound and then strung upside down by John Travolta, this is the movie for you. full review
  16. Lovelace 2013 The superficial script doesn't go nearly deep enough to begin explaining Lovelace. full review
  17. Movie 43 2013 If you mashed-up the worst parts of the infamous Howard the Duck, Gigli, Ishtar and every other awful movie I've seen since I started reviewing professionally in 1981, it wouldn't begin to approach the sheer soul-sucking badness of [Movie 43]. full review
  18. Mud 2013 A wonderful, piquant modern-day variation on "Huckleberry Finn.'' full review
  19. The Numbers Station 2013 With Cusack's help, Barfoed holds your interest without resorting to car chases, a rarity in a contemporary thriller. full review
  20. Our Nixon 2013 Mundane movies of events like the president's daughter's wedding and his groundbreaking trip to China are juxtaposed with Nixon's rants about his enemies and the "homosexuals" he believed were leading the US into decline. full review
  21. Parker 2013 "Parker'' is watchable chiefly for Statham, who exudes effortless cool and excels in hand-to-hand combat, as well as demonstrating his skill at wielding some very unlikely weapons. full review
  22. Passion 2013 Mostly it's another opportunity for this most self-referential of directors to dip once again into his well-worn bag of tricks. full review
  23. Phantom 2013 It's not something you want to plunk down $12 for, but just diverting enough to check out when it arrives on Netflix Instant. full review
  24. Rapture-Palooza 2013 [An] almost endearingly silly amuse bouche of a comedy depicting how the End of Days might play out in Seattle ... full review
  25. Stuck in Love 2013 Worthwhile for its fine performances, including the best work that Greg Kinnear and Jennifer Connelly have done in quite a while. full review
  26. Supporting Characters 2013 Offers a few laughs, all served up on eyeball-gougingly ugly digital video. full review
  27. Touchy Feely 2013 "Touchy Feely'' works better in its funnier moments, but Shelton - who pads things out with way too many scenic shots of Seattle - never pulls all these threads together into a satisfying whole. full review
  28. Turbo 2013 A fresh, fast and funny little fable about a freakishly fast garden snail who tries to enter the Indy 500. full review
  29. Unfinished Song 2013 Stamp could not be better as a man set emotionally adrift when he loses the love of his life. full review
  30. Winnie Mandela 2013 "Winnie Mandela'' really stumbles when it comes to depicting the couple's painful separation, which the film suggests resulted more from politics than Winnie's infidelity. full review
  31. Barrymore 2012 Plummer's Barrymore shows flashes of glory as he delivers bits and pieces of various Shakespearean roles. full review
  32. Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story 2012 "Booker's Place: A Mississippi Story" doesn't flinch from asking tough questions... full review
  33. Carol Channing: Larger Than Life 2012 There's little sense of the Carol Channing beneath the overdone makeup - if there is one - except maybe to celebrate her fourth marriage to a high school classmate who died recently. full review
  34. Deadfall 2012 There's nothing you haven't seen before - and better - in "Deadfall," which would seem to appeal mostly to fans of snowmobile chases. full review
  35. The Dictator 2012 It ends up being a lot less hilarious than "Borat,'' and not quite as funny as "Bruno.'' full review
  36. End of Watch 2012 Gyllenhaal and Pena have great chemistry together ... in their best performances to date. full review
  37. The Expendables 2 2012 It's hard not to like a movie in which Bruce Willis' toupee-less CIA agent accuses Stallone's ragtag band of mercenaries of engaging in "male pattern badness.'' full review
  38. Follow Me: The Yoni Netanyahu Story 2012 Doesn't give much more than a cursory sense of what Yonathan Netanyahu was like as a person. full review
  39. For Greater Glory 2012 The sometimes painfully sincere and slow-moving "For Greater Glory" clearly aspires to be inspirational, but history won't cooperate. full review
  40. Freelancers 2012 "Freelancers" is De Niro's second-worst film of 2012 after "Red Lights." God help us; he's got two more to go. full review
  41. General Education 2012 Wavers between extreme silliness and unbearable earnestness. full review
  42. Girl In Progress 2012 The direction ... doesn't do justice to the fairly novel concept of a young woman consciously constructing her own coming-of-age scenario. full review
  43. Hick 2012 A smarmy little road movie about a Southern teenage girl losing her innocence the hard way during the Reagan era. full review
  44. Holy Motors 2012 The sort of enigmatic movie that many critics embrace because it's open to endless interpretation ... full review
  45. In Our Nature 2012 Plays distressingly like a photographed off-Broadway drama. full review
  46. Jesus Henry Christ 2012 Even for a surreal black comedy, "Jesus Henry Christ" requires massive suspension of disbelief. full review
  47. A Late Quartet 2012 Yaron Zilberman, a documentarian making his feature debut, treads a fine line between farce and drama ... full review
  48. A Little Bit Of Heaven 2012 Who knew dying could be such a laugh riot? Certainly not any of us who have actually watched a loved one in the awful final stages of cancer. full review
  49. The Magic of Belle Isle 2012 "The Magic of Belle Isle'' smothers two of this year's best performances - by Morgan Freeman and Virginia Madsen - in enough family-friendly sweetness to induce diabetic shock. full review
  50. Not Fade Away 2012 The acting is OK, but none of the leads has the kind of sizzle that might have turned this into something as special as another film set roughly in the same era, "Diner.'' full review
  51. ParaNorman 2012 Employs stop-motion animation to provide hand-crafted appeal to the clever and surprisingly scary story of a Massachusetts town whose witch-hunting past catches up with it on its 300th anniversary. full review
  52. The Possession 2012 The script, credited to Juliet Snowden and Stiles White, adheres so closely to formula that it's possible to predict not only which characters will end up dead, but in what order ... full review
  53. The Queen of Versailles 2012 The Siegels make the Kardashians and Donald Trump look like tasteful pikers when it comes to egregiously conspicuous consumption, sheer hubris and utter refusal to take responsibility for their actions. full review
  54. The Raven 2012 It's good pulpy fun, with eye catching period trimmings, and Hungarian locations standing in ably for 19th century Maryland. full review
  55. Red Lights 2012 One of the most preposterous and incoherent films of 2012... full review
  56. Seeking Justice 2012 [Cage] shouldn't do any more movies in which his character signals his acceptance of a Faustian bargain by buying two candy bars. full review
  57. Side by Side 2012 A surprisingly accessible documentary about an often very technical subject - the revolution surrounding Hollywood's rapid conversion from 35mm film to digital technologies. full review
  58. The Snowtown Murders 2012 Overlong and grim to the point where some scenes are virtually unwatchable... full review
  59. Solomon Kane 2012 Been there, done that. full review
  60. Walk Away Renee 2012 Produced on a far more elaborate scale than "Tarnation,'' which Caouette assembled at a cost of $213.32 on his boyfriend's laptop computer. And that's mostly not a good thing. full review
  61. The Woman in the Fifth 2012 Pawel Pawlikowski's great-looking but pretentious adaptation of a Douglas Kennedy novel. full review
  62. The Zen Of Bennett 2012 Like with any great singer, it's often the telling pauses of the man born Anthony Benedetto that say the most in "The Zen of Bennett." full review
  63. Beautiful Darling 2011 "Beautiful Darling" makes extensive use of photos, sketches and Darling's diaries belonging to Jeremiah Newton, a gay pal she lived with on and off until her death from cancer in 1974. full review
  64. The Chaperone 2011 "The Chaperone" is dreadful enough to make you wish Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson was still making family movies. full review
  65. Friends With Benefits 2011 Will Gluck's bright screwball farce has witty dialogue that sparkles, at least by debased 21st-century standards. full review
  66. Inside Out 2011 A nonsensical, thickly plotted gumbo... full review
  67. An Invisible Sign 2011 What's the sign for boredom? full review
  68. Ironclad 2011 A gore-filled guilty pleasure... full review
  69. Keep the Lights On 2011 A tough, well-acted little indie ... full review
  70. The Last Rites of Joe May 2011 Veteran character actor Dennis Farina gives one of the best performances of the year in a rare lead part as an aging, down-on-his luck small-time hood in "The Last Rites of Joe May.'' full review
  71. Magic Trip 2011 I'm not sure I can adequately explain the '60s to someone who wasn't there. "Magic Trip" doesn't really even try. full review
  72. My Week with Marilyn 2011 Brilliantly playing doomed '50s sex bomb Marilyn Monroe, Michelle Williams gets under the skin of the troubled yet vulnerable icon in a way no one else ever has. full review
  73. The Other Woman 2011 Thanks to Portman's superb work, we feel her pain acutely. full review
  74. Page One: Inside the New York Times 2011 Basically a carefully airbrushed and authorized portrait of the Gray Lady during 14 months when there was serious speculation about the paper's impending demise. full review
  75. Peep World 2011 The heavy-handed "Peep World" has a few laughs sprinkled over its abbreviated running time as it limps to a predictable conclusion. full review
  76. Seven Days In Utopia 2011 At least watching Black fish, paint and pilot an airplane is less boring than golf. full review
  77. Sholem Aleichem: Laughing in the Darkness 2011 Starts off looking like a glorified DVD extra for "Fiddler on the Roof," but it eventually becomes a far more gemutlich portrait of the creator of Tevye the Milkman, who took the pen name of Sholem Aleichem. full review
  78. Sympathy for Delicious 2011 Interesting but never compelling... full review
  79. Trishna 2011 Pinto's lack of dramatic range (she basically has two expressions) and an awkward third act do not provide a solid foundation for Hardy's tragic ending. full review
  80. The Ward 2011 A dull, by-the-numbers psych-ward horror thriller that's sadly a lot closer in quality to "Sucker Punch" than "Shutter Island." full review
  81. Wrecked 2011 It might not be James Franco's tour de force in the higher-profile "127 Hours," but Oscar winner Adrien Brody makes a meal of his seriously injured character. full review
  82. Young Adult 2011 Nobody ever said that adolescence was pretty, even if an increasing number of people are experiencing its final pangs on the cusp of middle age. full review
  83. 3 Backyards 2010 Well-acted and acutely observed, the sort of cerebral fare you can more typically find on HBO than in theaters these days. full review
  84. All Good Things 2010 Jarecki, the wealthy co-founder of Moviefone who directed the acclaimed documentary "Capturing the Friedmans," here presents another memorable portrait of a dysfunctional family over three decades. full review
  85. A Bag of Hammers 2010 Brian Crano's very slight debut of a comedy. full review
  86. The Best and the Brightest 2010 Josh Shelov's smug and smutty farce employs an estimable cast in an only sporadically funny story... full review
  87. Bill Cunningham New York 2010 Cunningham talks freely about his passion for fashion and photography. full review
  88. Black Death 2010 Though deadly serious, Christopher Smith's European-made bubonic- plague melodrama provides good value with lots of blood and guts, as well as a solid cast. full review
  89. Casino Jack 2010 Spacey has a field day as the hyper-energetic Abramoff, the former producer of the Dolph Lundgren epic "Red Scorpion" who observes that "Washington is Hollywood with ugly people." full review
  90. Cave of Forgotten Dreams 2010 Working with extremely limited lighting, Herzog not only gives a sense of the caves as a sinuous, tactile environment, but focuses on the movement suggested by the paintings. full review
  91. Inhale 2010 Milks the very real problem of "organ tourism" for all the melodrama and car chases it's worth. full review
  92. Joan Rivers: A Piece Of Work 2010 Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work compellingly presents a strong woman with no shortage of anger, resentment and regrets -- but not an ounce of self-pity. full review
  93. The Joneses 2010 The Joneses is a black comedy about stealth marketing made by a filmmaker who's evidently much too close to the subject to bite the hand that feeds him. full review
  94. The Kids Are All Right 2010 The Kids Are All Right might not be as edgy as Cholodenko's past work, but this more mainstream effort has lots of smarts, lots of heart and an open mind. full review
  95. Legendary 2010 It may not live up to that grandiose title, but this rousingly sweet little flick is certainly nothing to go out of your way to avoid. full review
  96. Love Ranch 2010 Well-acted but clumsy... full review
  97. Monsters 2010 Both of them are so obnoxious that you're quickly rooting for the monsters to get them. Unfortunately, they're never in any real danger. full review
  98. Restrepo 2010 A gut-wrenching, politically neutral documentary that spends more than a year with a platoon of American GIs in a valley that's been called the most dangerous spot on Earth. full review
  99. The Switch 2010 Tries to be more than a sitcom but keeps falling back on cheap laughs. full review
  100. Today's Special 2010 Charming and mouthwatering... full review
  101. Vanishing On 7th Street 2010 Brad Anderson's creepily effective low-budget thriller may not have a punch line worthy of your typical "Twilight Zone" episode, but it otherwise gets the job done in under an hour and a half with a good cast. full review
  102. The Proposal 2009 Shamelessly derivative, contrived and predictable, The Proposal is nonetheless a crowd-pleasing romantic comedy. full review
  103. The Boys Are Back 2009 The Boys Are Back is not a perfect movie -- but you can't do much better than Owen, who beautifully plays against his darkly brooding persona. full review
  104. Bruno 2009 More gut-bustingly funny than anything else out there right now. full review
  105. Cairo Time 2009 Cairo Time earns some indulgence for a pace that Westerners may find languid. full review
  106. Double Take 2009 full review
  107. Five Minutes of Heaven 2009 full review
  108. Great Directors 2009 Apprently novice filmmaker Angela Ismailos' definition of a Great Director is one who's willing to sit or walk with her while she lobs innocuous questions and gives herself lots of awed close-up reaction shots. full review
  109. I Hate Valentine's Day 2009 What it lacks in laughs -- there are none -- it tries to make up for by ladling on stale cliches, such as Vardalos' two stereotypically gay assistants and a desperate younger female friend who stalks guys. full review
  110. The Perfect Game 2009 This inspirational film, written by first-timer (and producer) W. William Winokur, is not for cynics or those resistant to cute kids (and child actors sometimes given to mugging). full review
  111. The Secret of Kells 2009 It's easy to see how the animation nominators fell in love with this charmer based on Celtic mythology, which is quite unlike anything I've ever seen before. full review
  112. Serious Moonlight 2009 full review
  113. Bottle Shock 2008 Beautifully shot by Michael J. Ozier, the dominating taste in Bottle Shock is Rickman's beautiful performance as a snob -- a snob who is secretly open to being delightfully surprised. full review
  114. Dear Zachary: A Letter to a Son About His Father 2008 A four-handkerchief documentary if there ever was one. full review
  115. Gardens of the Night 2008 Writer-director Jared Harris (and actor and son of the late Richard Harris) claims to have spent 10 years researching this sordid milieu, yet, for all the detail, it ends up playing like an especially lurid '80s TV movie. full review
  116. In Bruges 2008 Disappointingly strip-mines the very fatigued comic hit-man genre to diminishing returns. full review
  117. New York, I Love You 2008 Yknow a collection of Gotham-themed shorts by international directors is in serious trouble when the most entertaining segment is directed by Hollywood uber-hack Brett Ratner. full review
  118. Adrift in Manhattan 2007 ...overall, his [Alfredo De Villa's] latest flick is dramatically tepid. full review
  119. Civic Duty 2007 Peter Krause, the fine actor from Six Feet Under, gives a one-note performance that seriously undermines Civic Duty full review
  120. Flawless 2007 The plot contortions that very slowly unfold under Michael Radford's arthritic direction in Flawless are not much...entertaining. full review
  121. How About You 2007 Never underestimate the value of slight but charming flicks like Anthony Bryne's How About You. full review
  122. The Hunting Party 2007 The film comes off more like a drunken recollection by a war correspondent than something that might actually have happened. full review
  123. A Mighty Heart 2007 [Jolie is] greatly abetted by the no-nonsense, very un-Hollywood-ish approach that British director Michael Winterbottom takes to this fact-based thriller. full review
  124. Mr. Bean's Holiday 2007 Mr. Bean's Holiday picks up steam when it finally arrives in Cannes just in time to wreak yet more havoc at the big film festival, but getting there is pretty tedious. A little of the wildly mugging Atkinson goes a long way. full review
  125. Puccini for Beginners 2007 Writer-director Maggenti turns in some smart dialogue and keeps things moving swiftly. full review
  126. You Kill Me 2007 You Kill Me really belongs to Kingsley, whose character's deadpan reactions to his new environment are priceless. He really kills. full review
  127. Click 2006 Rarely have I wanted to fast-forward through a movie as much as Click, a treacly and not-funny-enough Adam Sandler comedy about a man who uses a magical remote control to fast-forward through life.
  128. Curious George 2006 Despite 16 years in development and drafts by many prominent Hollywood screenwriters, the finished product (credited to O'Callaghan and Mike Webb) feels undeveloped, like a 10-minute TV cartoon stretched to barely feature length.
  129. Keeping Up With The Steins 2006 A sitcom with enough big laughs and emotional truth to get audiences past awkward pacing and some slow spots.
  130. Last Holiday 2006 Last Holiday is a thoroughly mediocre dramedy.
  131. Penelope 2006 Under Mark Palansky's uninspired direction, magic eludes Penelope in scene after scene. full review
  132. Saint of 9/11 2006 ... a cinematic elegy for Father Mychal Judge ...
  133. Scoop 2006 Scoop, a half-baked amalgam of Manhattan Murder Mystery and Curse of the Jade Scorpion -- sadly demonstrates that Allen has lost much of his comic timing both as a director and an actor.
  134. Aeon Flux 2005 Aeon Flux is by far the year's worst movie, a most dubious achievement.
  135. Freshman Orientation 2005 ...goes way over the top for the Greeks vs. Gays climax. full review
  136. Get Rich or Die Tryin' 2005 The charismatic rapper is so utterly inexpressive as an actor that he's constantly getting swallowed up in his own movie.
  137. The Ice Harvest 2005 The Ice Harvest is a treat for everyone who hates holidays.
  138. Mind the Gap 2005 Schaeffer's rip-off -- er, homage -- to Magnolia.
  139. Special 2005 Rappaport does a yeoman's job in this tonally confused oddity. full review
  140. Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price 2005 Wal-Mart's home office in Bentonville, Ark., can rest easy: Greenwald, as usual, is hysterically preaching to the choir.
  141. The Final Cut 2004 When a character remarks near the end that 'some things are best forgotten,' she could be talking about this dreary, unexciting thriller.
  142. A Good Woman 2004 A Good Woman is such a dreary affair that it makes you wonder whether the last Wilde adaptation -- the critically lambasted The Importance of Being Earnest with Reese Witherspoon -- was really that bad after all.
  143. Mean Girls 2004 It's an improvement over the dire Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, but Mean Girls is nowhere near as satisfying as Freaky Friday.
  144. Spanglish 2004 There is no shortage of zingers (mostly delivered by Evelyn), but the film lacks credibility.
  145. American Wedding 2003 Has some gut-busting moments, but for the most part the thrill is gone from what the ads describe as the 'thrilling climax' of this gross-out franchise.
  146. Bulletproof Monk 2003 A moronic knockoff of Jackie Chan's buddy/action comedies, directed without much imagination or aspiration by music-video veteran Paul Hunter.
  147. CSA: Confederate States of America 2003 Kevin Willmott's clever, very low-budget film rewrites history.
  148. I Like Killing Flies 2003 An irresistible no-budget documentary.
  149. My Boss's Daughter 2003 Three-year-old, brain-dead variant of Risky Business.
  150. Radio 2003 It's hard to say what's more offensive about the out-of-tune Radio -- Cuba Gooding Jr. trying to ingratiate himself by mugging up a storm as a mentally challenged man, or the mawkish narrative surrounding him like so much syrup.
  151. Stander 2003 A second-rate action picture that's content to use apartheid as a colorful background.
  152. Uptown Girls 2003 A creepy, depressing and leering 'comedy' that's a virtual collection of 'What were they thinking?' moments.
  153. American Dreamz 2002 A cartoonish, unfocused and mostly unfunny satire that doesn't come within a hundred miles of hitting its two main targets.
  154. Below 2002 It's basically an overlong episode of Tales from the Crypt.
  155. Blackwoods 2002 Director Uwe Boll and the actors provide scant reason to care in this crude '70s throwback.
  156. Changing Lanes 2002 Finally, a thinking person's thriller.
  157. Girls Will Be Girls 2002 A badly written attempt at a John Waters-style celebration of vulgar humor starring three drag queens.
  158. A Guy Thing 2002 A better date movie than you might expect.
  159. Men in Black II 2002 It's fun while you're watching it, but you may well feel as if Smith obliterated your memories of the flick five minutes later with his neutralizer.
  160. Poolhall Junkies 2002 This film coulda been a contender if Callahan hadn't worn so many hats -- but it has moments that make it worth waiting for on video.
  161. Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams 2002 [Spy Kids 2] is both overblown and overlong compared to the original -- but happily has enough heart and smarts to recommend it as one of the season's worthier family entertainments.
  162. Super Troopers 2002 [A] smarter and much funnier version of the old Police Academy flicks.
  163. Treasure Planet 2002 Better than OK, but no Spirited Away.
  164. View from the Top 2002 A dire stewardess comedy that's the movie equivalent of airline food.
  165. America's Sweethearts 2001 As undemanding summer movies go, America's Sweethearts is surprisingly funny and sweet, despite some missed comic opportunities and curious casting choices.
  166. Children Underground 2001 A powerful piece of filmmaking.
  167. Donnie Darko 2001 An engaging, time-tripping Holden Caulfield.
  168. Get Over It 2001 Scarcely enough story for a half-hour TV sitcom.
  169. Lost and Delirious 2001 [Pool is] working with a bigger budget, glossier production values and a much dumber script ... than usual.
  170. Love the Hard Way 2001 Wildly uneven romantic drama.
  171. Monkeybone 2001 The film has been edited into near-incoherence.
  172. Novocaine 2001 Martin breaks loose from a string of bland studio comedies with Novocaine, a snarkily amusing indie.
  173. Pootie Tang 2001 Akin to watching a random collection of deleted scenes from a misconceived movie that should never have darkened the inside of a theater in the first place.
  174. The Score 2001 Frank Oz keeps the suspense taut and doesn't have to resort to gratuitous violence to get our adrenaline going.
  175. Lara Croft - Tomb Raider 2001 A tedious bore that deserves early entombment.
  176. The Wash 2001 Boring and desperately unfunny.
  177. Gossip 2000 Gossip is a remarkably accurate title for a glossy, shallow thriller where not a single scene rings true.
  178. The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle 2000 The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle is no Who Framed Roger Rabbit, but it has it own goofy charms.
  179. Diamond Men 2000 Cohen pours on schmaltz straight out of the similarly themed Diamonds.
  180. The Emperor's New Groove 2000 Often feels long, like a half-hour cartoon stretched to feature length.
  181. The Gift 2000 The smartest and scariest supernatural thriller since The Sixth Sense.
  182. Happy Accidents 2000 Anderson ... resorts to all sorts of directorial tricks to sustain this shaky premise.
  183. Merci Pour le Chocolat 2000 Chabrol ratchets up such a level of suspense -- and Huppert gives such a mesmerizingly deadpan performance -- that Merci Pour le Chocolat turns out to be as irresistible as a piece of dark chocolate.
  184. Mission: Impossible 2 2000 Check your brains at the popcorn stand and hang on for a spectacular ride.
  185. Reindeer Games (Deception) 2000 About as appealing as leftover Christmas fruitcake.
  186. Urban Legends: Final Cut 2000 It's several, uh, cuts below its predecessors, as well as the modest hit from 1998 it purports to be a sequel to.
  187. But I'm A Cheerleader 1999 Dumb, heavy-handed satire.
  188. Music of the Heart 1999 Overwrought tearjerker, directed without a shred of subtlety.
  189. Stuart Little 1999 With real heart and laughs, Stuart Little lets you forget the special effects and enjoy the show.
  190. Superstar 1999 The funniest SNL movie since Wayne's World.

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