It's difficult to assign responsibility for the most serious of this film's shortcomings, but one thing is clear: somewhere along the way, the creative process misfired.
May 3 - 02:11 PM
From this review you did on Tombstone, I don't know how you could be "Top Critic" here on Rotten Tomatoes! You are so off-base and completely wrong with your review! Tombstone had excellent actors, casting, and some awesome must memorable lines; In addition, Val Kilmer's performance of Doc Holliday was amazing, and definitely Oscar worthy! (Even Mr. Tom Hanks, among many others, thought so :-) Also, may I ask, how do your know "from the audience viewpoint"? You are merely one individual, and cannot therefore speak for an "audience". Did you talk to an entire "audience" to get their "viewpoint"? I sincerely hope you have improved as a "critic" with your "reviews" since 2000, because you truly failed with this review of Tombstone!P.S. I guess I can google you, but would you please tell me...what are your credentials?
Apr 24 - 10:35 PM
Seriously??? Do you not understand that Johnny Ringo was intentionally flat, as someone who has "sold his soul to the devil". I shudder to think of the movies that you would rate highly, as this movie was surely one of the most entertaining and memorable. I still watch it repeatedly, and find it enjoyable every time!
Aug 6 - 09:48 AM