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Blade II

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Flawless

There are better heist films, but none of them are showing at your local movie theater this month —Marty Mapes (review...)

Caine is Flawlessly cast as a diamond thief

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Daniel Craig

  • Knives Out (2019)

    Knives Out Review by Matt Anderson: Knives Out is the kind of movie that offers plenty of replay value.

  • Spectre (2015)

    Craig is haunted by Spectres Review by Matt Anderson: Skyfall’s a tough act for Spectre to follow

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Craig is serious as a clenched fist, but Spectre is a Bond too long

  • Skyfall (2012)

    Craig goes home to Skyfall Review by Marty Mapes: Old and new, Skyfall follows the well-worn patterns of its predecessors

    Review by Robert Denerstein: Does Bond still have it?

    Review by Matt Anderson: In Skyfall, James Bond learns that fun never goes out of style.

  • The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (2011)

    Mara and Craig take over the Millennium trilogy Review by Marty Mapes: Yet another faithful adaptation...

  • Cowboys & Aliens (2011)

    Cowboys & Aliens delivers what it promises Review by Robert Denerstein: Blend fails to revitalize either genre

  • Quantum of Solace (2008)

    Craig looks for a Quantum of Solace DVD review by Matt Anderson: Bond is back... Again

  • The Golden Compass (2007)

    Richards' Golden Compass points North Review by Matt Anderson: Talk of controversies and budgets aside, the biggest problem is that it fails to be engaging

  • Casino Royale (2006)

    Bond emerges in Casino Royale Review by Matt Anderson: This new iteration's biggest problem: the new Bond is hard to care about

  • The Mother (2004)

    Craig loves The Mother Review by Marty Mapes: Daniel Craig in a December-May romance

  • Sylvia (2003)

    Paltrow lends vanity to Sylvia Review by Marty Mapes: The movie is approachable, but frankly, the life of Sylvia Plath has little blue-collar appeal

  • The Adventures of Tintin: The Secret of the Unicorn

    Capture-animated Tintin seaches for adventure Review by Matt Anderson: A delightful big screen adventure for young and old alike.