A formula flick about Indians in America.
A far-fetched dommsday movies with terrible performances.
A love story spanning two eras, which actually works.
A formula action movie with a sub-standard plot.
Not a patch on the original.
A boring, contrived screenplay with few real gags.
A watchable, though ultimately unoriginal, war film.
A well-written novel that nevertheless fails on the big screen.
A relationship drama that entertains and provokes.
The second installment in the Harry Potter series is more spectacular than the last.
An adventure that will keep the kids entertained.
Home is where the heart is.
A blind superhero with incredible athletic ability. No one said this had to make sense.
The second installment of the Tolkien epic is bigger and better than its predeccors.
A superbly choreographed musical charged with the gritty realities of sex, scandal and the fickleness of fame.
Mid-air punches seasoned generously with a dose of slapstick humour.
Hugh Grant steals the show (and the best lines) in this romantic comedy.
A cliched drama about waking up to the good things in life.
A disastrous script and direction turn this movie into an unpleasant mess.
The true story of one of the greatest scam artists of this century.
I spy, with my little eye, a horse that's been beaten to death...
A murderous videotape and a boy who sees visions fail to lift this movie out of the doldrums.
If therapy doesn't work, there's always violence.
Jackie Chan as James Brown? You gotta be kidding!
An animated display of the oddities and idiosyncrasies of a Greek family in America.
Falling in love has never been quite so...silly.
A well-crafted psychological thriller about serial killers and the people who hunt them.
Dead men tell no tales. Ask Davy Jones.
A kidnapping plot goes sour...as does the script of this badly-written film.
A bumbling actor turns into a sex guru overnight. Ah, if only real life were like this...
Turning computer games into movieshas never looked like such a bad idea before.
Austin Powers goes head to head with Goldmember and Dr. Evil. Simply shagalicious, baby!
Stuart's back...and this time, he's brought friends.
Female empowerment has never looked so good.
A new star is born.
Hell is where the heart is.
A rattling tale of intrigue, murder and mayhem in Europe's most beautiful cities.
Disney's latest animated feature has attitude to spare.
Ghosts, hip-hop and Daphne - what more could you want?
Dysfunctional families have never looked so good.
Dragons in London? Gimme a break!
Oh, what a tangled web we weave...
An interesting take on code-breaking, war and friendship.
The road to hell is littered with good intentions...
A well-directed film that keeps you guessing until the very end.
Time travel ain't all it's cracked up to be.
The future isn't all it's cracked up to be.
The line between reality and fiction can be a very thin one.
A movie that is an embarassment to blondes everywhere. And that's saying something.
Sandra Bullock plays indifferent in this psychological thriller.
A sequel that falls flat on its Ray-bans.
DeNiro is wasted in this lightweight cops-and-robbers farce.
A convoluted thriller that is well worth a look.
Football as a metaphor for growing up?
Anthony Hopkins and Chris Rock? I think not!
Lopez and McConaughey fail to light up the screen in this tired tale.
Cuba Goding Jr. is funny, but the rest of this movie falls flat.
There's no honour between thieves.
Great camera work, thin plot.
Revenge is a dish best served cold.
A smoky, well-directed account of the infamous Jack The Ripper case.
A yawner with little by way of story or performances.
Lucas' second episode in the Star Wars saga should win him back a few fans.
O, what a tangled web we weave...
An ice-cool flick with some great characters.
A fun road trip with some great music.
Weepy rather than creepy.
One of the coolest movies of the year.
Michael Mann's portrayal of Ali's life leaves lots of questions unanswered.
Potter-mania finally hits!
Danny Ocean wants to hit three of the biggest casinos in Vegas. In one night.
What really happened in Somalia?
007's showing his age, but he can still ride a mean wave.
Who says size matters?
A well-conceived and acted drama about growing up.
Tolkien's epic finally hits the big screen. And it's good.
An adventure yarn set behind enemy lines.
There can only be one One...or something like that. Really, who cares?
Duh! I'm scared!
A badly-scripted, pretentious film.
A road trip turns deadly, in this so-so suspense flick.
A supernatural thriller that is anything but.
Wha happens when your boss is a crooked cop?
A movie long on style and short on substance.
Silence is louder than words.
A badly-botched suspense flick, with a meandering script and hard-to-like characters.
Corelli fiddles while Pelagia burns.
A sweetly-humourous take on every teenage girl's dream.
A slasher flick that fails miserably.
Unleash the animal in you? I think not.
A brilliant, apocalyptic view of the future.
Pink bubblegum for the soul.
Mira Nair's exquisitely-detailed portrayal of an Indian wedding is tremendous fun...not to mention packing quite a few surprises!
An amusing, though ultimately outlandish, children's movie.
Fast cars, fast women and lots of stunts. What more could a guy want?
This doctor makes house calls.
The coolest movie of the year. No kidding.
A movie about the movies.
The King is dead. Long live the King.
Superbly-crafted action sequences attempt to compensate for a weak storyline in the Jet Li martial arts caper.
The new Banderas/Jolie film is, sadly, neither original nor sinful.
Revenge is a dish best served cold.
An irreverent take on medieval England.
A light-hearted look at Hollywood's wicked ways.
Bombs, babes and John Travolta. Do you really need anything else?
Ghostbusters meets The X Files. Where's Mulder when you really need him?
Tucker and Chan whoop it up in the mystic East.
A planet run by monkeys? Sounds familiar.
Bridget Jones finally hits the big screen.
Time flies when you're having fun.
Hannibal returns, in a movie that will leave you gasping.
A relatively untried group of actors make this a gritty, zero-glamour flick.
Any Nicholson movie is worth watching - although this one stretches things a bit.
Hard-hitting, uncompromising visuals and a compelling story make this one to watch.
Nice cars. Terrible movie.
A love triangle amid one of the defining events of World War II. What's wrong with this picture?
Alex Cross returns, to face a kidnapper with a game all his own.
A tough take on world of drug trafficking.
A movie that reminds you that life is sometimes bitter and sometimes sweet...but always worth living!
Overstated visuals attempt to discount the lack of ingenuity and craft in this script.
With a score that ranges from soul to disco, this movie will make you kick up your feet and dance.
Like its namesake, "Moulin Rouge" is sexy, stylish, and a helluva lot of fun.
A film which relies mostly on toilet humor and silly gags to evoke laughter.
What happens when a spy confuses fact with fiction?
A smart (though not completely original) commentary on modern relationships.
Poor characterization, inane dialogue and lots of fight sequences. Can you say Jackie Chan?
A paralysingly-stupid movie with a sadistically funny story line.
An offbeat romantic comedy with a couple of unusual twists.
Disney's psychedelic animation feature is a laugh riot.
A slapstick children's comedy that should keep the kids entertained.
Animation that will rock your world.
Intense drama and emotion, backed by good chemistry, make this film well worth the ticket price.
A popcorn thriller with good performances and an interesting storyline...though a tad long.
Glenn Close returns as the deliciously nasty dognapper looking for a Dalmatian fur coat.
An epic tale of love and maturity, with great performances and photography.
A disappointing thriller lacking in both plot and performance.
Wildly-eccentric characters, a twisting storyline, and a perfectly-arranged musical score make this comedy a sure-fire hit.
A bomb threat at the Miss Universe pageant sets the scene for this fast-paced action comedy.
Aliens, ostriches, twins and stoners. What more could you ask for?
Fight choreography is taken to new and fascinating heights in this Chinese fable.
A funny, touching coming-of-age drama, characterized by deft direction and a wry sense of nostalgia.
A simple horror flick with good special effects.
The versatile Tom Hanks is worth watching in this well-made combination of love story and adventure.
An idealistic twelve-year-old struggles to make the world a better place.
Dance a little.
A contrived storyline make this one quite missable. Great photography, though!
Well-defined characters and a touchingly true story make this film one to watch.
An unimpressive screenplay and poor character development make "Red Planet" crash and burn.
The story of one man's struggle against the tide of racial tension in the US Navy.
Two Arnies? Gimme a break!
Manoj Shyamalan's dark and suspenseful tale of good and evil successfully combines moral ambiguity with a supernatural twist.
Disastrously funny. No kidding.
An outlandish premise that nevertheless holds your attention.
The lunatics have taken over the asylum.
Be careful what you wish for. You might get it.
A delightful animated feature, with a tight script and witty dialogue.
Three beautiful women, and lots of explosions. What more could you ask for?
A romantic comedy which could do with a little more...romance.
The way to a man's heart is through his stomach. Ask Penelope Cruz.
This Dennis Rodman vehicle is a forgettable yarn with a flawed storyline and insubstantial characters.
A forgettable horror movie.
An effects-laden thriller that starts out strong and then degenerates into an all-out gorefest.
A touching Irish comedy that's good for an evening out.
American football, like you've never seen it before!
Good Cop, Bad Cop.
A meticulously-directed film with lavish special effects.
An entertaining romp with booze, babes and a bar like no other.
Disney's latest production is a wonderful blend of live action photography, computer animation and special effects.
A film worth watching for its poignant story and light touch.
A story that will appeal to children and adults alike.
Great effects and a light touch make this a film to enjoy.
A "Back To The Future" clone with some interesting plot devices.
"Mission: Impossible II" is long on action and short on intelligence.
A badly-written, tacky horror film.
Bruce Willis shines, in a movie for the child in you.
So-so acting, great dance sequences.
A movie whose only saving grace is its scenery.
A supernatural thriller which relies on strong characters and taut screenplay.
Time flies when you're having fun.
This contrived horror flick is quite avoidable.
Some intense performances make this a movie that you shouldn't miss.
A well-made WWII submarine caper.
A funny, though not overly-intelligent movie.
Two Jim Carreys? The mind boggles...
A romantic comedy with an unusual twist.
Can you say Ferrari? These guys can.
A gripping historical epic about the war for American independence.
A dentist and a hitman shake things up in Jonathan Lynn's brilliant comedy about life, love and death.
A paper-thin plot and overly sentimental characters make this one to avoid.
It ain't over till the fat lady sings...
Special effects are the only thing that save this inter-planetary adventure from the scrap heap.
Fast cars and Angelina Jolie add up to a humdinger of a movie.
Even Robert Frost's poetry can't save this pseudo-sentimental drama.
A sensitive film about immigrants searching for an identity.
Jet Li is angry. Get out of the way.
Truth can sometimes be stranger than fiction.
A disappointing romantic comedy with a script that fails to click.
Movies destined for Davy Jones' locker? Our first nominee...
Although slow-moving and emotional in bits, this is a gripping and thoughtful film.
The Headless Horseman rides again, in this watchable adaptation of the Washington Irving story.
One of the year's most original animated films, with sharp dialogue and a faultless script.
The true story of a gutsy woman who sets out to get justice for a town suffering from poisoned water. Julia Roberts stars.
Shakespeare for the Ally McBeal generation...
This detailed, slow-moving film raises some tantalizing questions.
One of 1999's most memorable films...and with good reason!
Ladies, take out your handkerchiefs!
A colourful and palpable romantic drama which rises above stereotypes.
An intelligent story that could have been told better.
A simple, though gripping, script makes this movie worth watching.
A rodent with wisdom beyond his years make this a must-see for parents and children alike.
Air traffic controllers with more pride than brains. What's new?
London in the rain and some interesting characters make this one worth a look-see.
A low-budget Indian film about sex and perversion in the big city.
A trite romantic comedy whose sole saving grace is the Vampire Slayer herself.
The story of Joan of Arc - a trifle long, but worth it nevertheless.
Bats that eat people? Gimme a break!
Even Tommy Lee Jones can't save this film from itself...
Arnold saves the world from Armageddon. Ho hum.
This teenage romantic comedy is entertaining...and predictable.
A hard-hitting tale about corporate greed and one man's effort to tell the truth.
A romantic comedy with an unusual premise.
A serial killer's on the loose - and the only one with a handle on him is a paralyzed forensics detective.
Slapstick comedy from the Stone Age.