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Created Dec 16, 2010 02:23AM PST • Updated Dec 16, 2010 02:23AM PST

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1st Fast & Furious
2009 None Yet Points
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1st Kung Fu Panda
2008 Perfect 1 Points
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1st Signs
2002 Great 68 Points
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M. Night Shyamalan peaked with Signs. Wonderfully creepy and magnificently manipulative, it’s a self-consciously old-school scary movie. Even this non-horror fan enjoyed it.

Mel Gibson’s Muted Max performance anchors writer-director Shyamalan’s achingly heavy story. Leading a great cast that includes Shyamalan himself, Mel proves the value of a great star, especially in a film told as much through glances as dialog.

Signs will either give you nightmares or cure them, given how ultimately silly it is. Still, an exquisitely performed and consummately constructed scary movie is…

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1st Forgetting Sarah...
2008 Perfect 108 Points
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Laff-a-minute comedy, perhaps the best one yet from golden producer Judd Apatow and his repertory players. Delightfully surprising from scene-to-scene, FSM mints three movie stars – two beauties and a charming beast: Mila Kunis, smolderingly beautiful, possesses the best voice since Kathleen Turner; Russell Brand, a one-man British Invasion; and, of course, writer-star Jason Segel, the big lunk we come to care about as he proceeds through an orgy of self-deprecation.

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