Op-Rob Top 50: 50-46

50. "Side Effects"

 Tweet length review: A slow-start, then quick to unravel psychological-thriller featuring a creepy blend of horror and paranoia with unwavering performances from Rooney Mara and Jude Law.

Tweet length review: A slow-start, then quick to unravel psychological-thriller featuring a creepy blend of horror and paranoia with unwavering performances from Rooney Mara and Jude Law.

49. "Diner"

 Tweet length review: Set in Baltimore, “Diner” is a charming bro-comedy with excellent rewatchability, a surprisingly deep message at its core, and a handful of truly unforgettable scenes.

Tweet length review: Set in Baltimore, “Diner” is a charming bro-comedy with excellent rewatchability, a surprisingly deep message at its core, and a handful of truly unforgettable scenes.

48. "3:10 to Yuma"

 Tweet length review: Backed by the always stellar Christian Bale and Russell Crowe, this updated take on a Western classic is both beautifully shot, exhilarating throughout, and moving at its end.

Tweet length review: Backed by the always stellar Christian Bale and Russell Crowe, this updated take on a Western classic is both beautifully shot, exhilarating throughout, and moving at its end.

47. "Wait Until Dark"

 Tweet length review: With a perfectly cast Audrey Hepburn at its core and an unforgettably disturbing Alan Arkin, this suspense film defies its age and will scare the wits out of modern viewers.

Tweet length review: With a perfectly cast Audrey Hepburn at its core and an unforgettably disturbing Alan Arkin, this suspense film defies its age and will scare the wits out of modern viewers.

46. "Sideways"

 Tweet length review: Wine-snob jokes abound in this off-beat comedy that speaks profound truths to a mature audience.

Tweet length review: Wine-snob jokes abound in this off-beat comedy that speaks profound truths to a mature audience.