Uncharacteristically safe territory for a risky, gritty filmmaker.
A metaphor for the death of romantic and robust boyhood imagination.
The music of the night was sweeter on the stage.
A solid sequel.
A passionless, pretentious and embarrassingly stiff vanity project.
Rivals the intelligent, literary sensibilities of "The Princess Bride."
Not much heisting, or fun, to be found this time around.
Drains the fresh blood that kept this franchise alive.
Honest laughs from borderline TV premises.
One of 2004's best films.
Intensely problematic but compellingly watchable.
No motherlode of adventure, but a minor find worth digging up.
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