Steve Daly

Steve Daly

Agrees with the Tomatometer 90% of the time.

Steve Daly's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Entertainment Weekly

Listing Of All Reviews & Articles

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
B+ 85% Bottle Rocket (1996) "The title refers to cheap fireworks that fizz before they flame out quietly, and that's what three Southwestern slackers do in this amiable heist movie-cum-road flick. " ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Mar 4, 2014
87% Macbeth (1950) "Stark, intermittently brilliant. " ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jun 18, 2008
B+ 76% Robin and Marian (1976) "The social satire gets precious at times, but Connery (sans hairpiece!) and Hepburn (swathed for the first hour in a nun's wimple) bring a fervid depth of feeling to their characters' rekindled courtship. " ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Feb 27, 2007
D+ 3% Deuces Wild (2002) "A preposterously melodramatic paean to gang-member teens in Brooklyn circa 1958. " ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted May 2, 2002
C- 49% Bedazzled (2000) "A little more script work, at the very least, should have gone into the manufacture of the black comedy Bedazzled. " ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000
D 46% Deterrence (2000) "The plot twists fall about as weightily as the fake snow. " ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000
D+ 26% Bait (2000) "Watching [the events] unfold is like being at the mercy of a compulsive channel surfer who can't stop flipping between a bad UPN cop show and a stock WB sitcom. " ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000
C- 19% The Next Best Thing (2000) "[Madonna] can barely muster even the rudiments of human expression. " ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000
C+ 72% The Best Man (1999) "It's a tribute to the actors' appeal that they can sling this hash and keep our sympathies, but they can't squeeze much drama from pure soap. " ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Oct 22, 1999
D 47% The Doom Generation (1995) "Good luck searching for meaning -- you'll find mostly blood and epithets. " ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Oct 25, 1995
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