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Created Dec 16, 2010 02:23AM PST • Updated Dec 18, 2010 06:19PM PST

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Title Released Trust Weighted Summary Viewable
1st Pulp Fiction
1994 Perfect 55 Points

" I don't believe I've had a Big Kahuna burger…." That's a line from Pulp Fiction, one of the greatest films of all time and the film I am currently reviewing. This is my second favorite film of all time. This movie is an American classic, a masterpiece, flawless, and by far Quentin Tarantino's best film and the one that earned him an Oscar for his ingenious writing.

How exactly do I explain this movie without giving out any spoilers? Well, I could start out by saying that there is no main character in this movie. The film focuses on the lives of several …

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Added Dec 18, 2010 06:19PM PST • Updated Dec 18, 2010 06:19PM PST
2nd Back to the Future
1985 Perfect 9 Points

One question I've always asked is "What would life be like without Back to the Future?" Robert Zemeckis' masterpiece is an inventive work of genius and is well known by everyone. It has had a large impact on the world of pop culture and the world of cinema. It has been referenced everywhere, in Family Guy, The Simpsons, even on children's shows like Fairly Odd Parents. Everyone has seen this film at a young age and thats why it leaves such an impact. Its at least in my top 5 favorite films of all time and one I could watch again and again and never get bored. …

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3rd The Big Lebowski
1998 Really Great 127 Points

"Nice to know he's out there, the Dude. Takin' 'er easy for all us sinners out there."

The Coens never cease to amaze me. Fargo was the ultimate mix of comedy and drama, keeping us hooked from beginnning to end. No Country for Old Men was a suspenseful thriller that kept the audience at the edge of their seats and introduced one of the greatest on-screen villains of the last decade. And more recently, True Grit brought the western back with a true bang, offering us a remake that, in my opinion, bettered the original, which in itself was a classic. So where d…

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Movie Posted Summary Acting Film Edge Reality
The Dark Knight Rises
  Jul 22, 2012 03:30AM PST
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Perfect 5.0

Every hero has a journey. Every journey has an end.

Batman Begins was a reboot of the once-dead Batman franchise. At…

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Perfect 5.0
Perfect 5.0
Sordid 2.8
Surreal 2.5
Escape from the Pla...
  Jun 18, 2012 01:26AM PST
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Very Good 3.5

Considering the ending of Beneath the Planet of the Apes was kind of…well…let me just put it this way: it wasn't ex…

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Very Good 3.5
Good 3.0
Risqué 1.7
Fantasy 5.0
Beneath the Planet ...
  Apr 20, 2012 08:25PM PST
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Good 3.0

At the time of its release, a sequel to the sci-fi classic Planet of the Apes seemed simply unnecessary. How does someb…

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Good 3.0
Good 3.0
Risqué 1.7
Fantasy 5.0

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Wick 85
The Stoned Horror Critic 4
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