Authors

Tampa Tribune

Rating Title | Year Quote Author
1 55%

Her Majesty (2001)

"The story's conflicts come unexpectedly, and they are the reasons the film is as instructive as it is entertaining."

Posted May 11, 2005

Bob Ross

2 56%

The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou (2004)

"[Wes Anderson] fourth and most elaborate film fits no genre and defies quick summary."

Posted Jan 11, 2005

Bob Ross

3 44%

National Treasure (2004)

"Fluffy, frenetic and sometimes downright farcical, National Treasure makes gleeful fun of itself while leading us popcorn-munching escapists down a tangled, painless adventure trail."

Posted Nov 18, 2004

Bob Ross

4 97%

The Incredibles (2004)

"[A] brilliantly animated, cleverly written family adventure."

Posted Nov 5, 2004

Bob Ross

5 82%

13 Conversations About One Thing (2001)

"Devoid of fights, chases and explosions, the film is a delicate tapestry made from everyday threads"

Posted Jul 25, 2002

Bob Ross

6 89%

Lady and the Tramp (1955)

"Still cute"

Posted Jul 25, 2002

Bob Ross

7 93%

Matinee (1992)

"An unknown delight."

Posted Jul 25, 2002

Bob Ross

8 92%

The Bear (1989)

"Superb nature yarn."

Posted Jul 25, 2002

Bob Ross

9 23%

Romeo Is Bleeding (1993)

"Painfully dumb."

Posted Jul 25, 2002

Bob Ross

10 65%

The Outsiders (1983)

"Great young cast"

Posted Jul 25, 2002

Bob Ross

11 14%

Soul Man (1986)

"An insult"

Posted Jul 25, 2002

Bob Ross

12 4%

Problem Child (1990)

"Child abuse"

Posted Jul 25, 2002

Bob Ross

13 95%

The Postman Always Rings Twice (1946)

"Better than the remake"

Posted Jul 25, 2002

Bob Ross

14 35%

Spies Like Us (1985)

"A struggle"

Posted Jul 25, 2002

Bob Ross

15 86%

Harold and Maude (1971)

"Dark delight."

Posted Jul 25, 2002

Bob Ross

16 31%

8 Seconds (1994)

"A lot of bull."

Posted Jul 25, 2002

Bob Ross

17 89%

Spider-Man (2002)

"It took a decade or two to bring Spidey's story to the screen, but fans will appreciate the long-delayed payoff."

Posted Jul 25, 2002

Bob Ross

18 60%

K-19: The Widowmaker (2002)

"Director Kathryn Bigelow (Strange Days, Near Dark) does justice to their secret story, conveying claustrophobia with conviction while showing us that patriotism, sacrifice and duty are valued on both sides of a war, cold or otherwise."

Posted Jul 24, 2002

Bob Ross

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