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Rating Title | Year Quote Author
1 19%

Leatherface: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre III (1990)

"Director Burr should never have shouted 'Cut.'"

Posted Oct 23, 2004

Steve Crum

2 93%

That Darn Cat! (1965)

"Pleasing Disney animal/family yarn, some laughs"

Posted Oct 23, 2004

Steve Crum

3 87%

Romancing the Stone (1984)

"Great star chemistry, fun romantic adventure"

Posted Oct 23, 2004

Steve Crum

4 59%

Cujo (1983)

"Unrelenting terror throughout bulk of film"

Posted Oct 23, 2004

Steve Crum

5 54%

Spaceballs (1987)

"Absurdist 'Star Wars' parody; Brooks at his near wildest"

Posted Oct 23, 2004

Steve Crum

6 13%

Sssssss (1973)

"Hisssssssssss"

Posted Oct 23, 2004

Steve Crum

7 ——

Love Nest (1951)

"And Now, Here's Jack...on a Great DVD (published 4-21-04)"

Posted Oct 23, 2004

Steve Crum

8 100%

The Barefoot Contessa (1954)

"Bogart, Gardner sizzle"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

9 56%

Red Dawn (1984)

"Commie paranoia rampant!"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

10 61%

Wizards (1977)

"Ahead of its day when released Bakshi animation"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

11 74%

Real Genius (1985)

"Young Kilmer in no-brainer comedy"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

12 92%

Road to Morocco (2000)

"Always fun to be off on this road w/Hope and Crosby"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

13 100%

National Velvet (1944)

"One of the best horse movies; Rooney, Taylor are fine"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

14 62%

History of the World -- Part I (1981)

"Crude, rude Mel Brooks has low laughs"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

15 96%

The Hunt for Red October (1990)

"Exciting submarine adventure w/Connery, Baldwin"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

16 11%

Tarzan, the Ape Man (1981)

"Truly forgettable, except for Bo's booty"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

17 100%

My Darling Clementine (1946)

"Wonderful, moving John Ford true classic western"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

18 67%

Hell in the Pacific (1968)

"Two WWII enemies face off, but then depend on each other. Fascinating Boorman."

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

19 ——

Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier (1955)

"Feature version of three TV Disney episodes still fun, exciting"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

20 ——

Judy Garland Show - Volume 1 ()

"Great Garland showcase from her failed TV show"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

21 58%

Look Who's Talking (1989)

"Grating but surprisingly popular"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

22 88%

The Wrong Box (1966)

"Black comedy featuring great British comedy actors"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

23 89%

Sin of Harold Diddlebock (1947)

"Flat later Harold Lloyd who is really out on a ledge here"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

24 45%

Boxcar Bertha (1972)

"Early Scorcese starring hippie Hershey; earthy"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

25 ——

Saturday Night Live: The Best of Adam Sandler (1999)

"Sandler fans will eat this up/fine showcase of his talent"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

26 87%

Lola Montès (The Fall of Lola Montes) (The Sins of Lola Montes) (1955)

"Classic Ophuls should be seen more--in widescreen too/his last film"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

27 98%

Rosemary's Baby (1968)

"Devilishly chilling Polanski classic"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

28 78%

The Big Bus (1976)

"Zany bus ride tries to be 'Mad World,' but hits pot hole"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

29 97%

Body Heat (1981)

"Steamiest movie ever--still"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

30 95%

Gloria (1980)

"Any Cassavetes is worthwhile viewing"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

31 79%

The Four Musketeers (1975)

"Grand follow-up is almost as fun as the first"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

32 33%

Alice in Wonderland (1999)

"The Flop that tried"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

33 4%

The Specialist (1994)

"Isn't Sly getting a little long in the Rocky-tooth for this kind of role?"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

34 53%

The Razor's Edge (1984)

"Dismal misfire by Murray trying early on for drama accolades"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

35 20%

Life Stinks (1991)

"Lesser Mel Brooks has some funny bits if homelessness is funny at all"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

36 95%

Midnight Express (1978)

"Grim, nightmarish, unforgettabe prison tale"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

37 100%

The Dentist (1932)

"Ribald, hilarious Fields short"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

38 97%

Ghostbusters (1984)

"One of a kind super comedy of ghosts & special effects"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

39 100%

Leave Her to Heaven (1945)

"Most splash-color, outrageous soap ever; Tierney is fabulous"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

40 26%

Superman III (1983)

"Super disappointment w/Pryor comedy emphasis a cosmic mistake"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

41 ——

Conquest of Space (1955)

"Conquest, no; a lot of Space, yes"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

42 57%

A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1949)

"Colorful, tuneful Crosby vehicle"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

43 88%

The Year of Living Dangerously (1983)

"Biting, tense Weir film--factually based"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

44 ——

Tom and Jerry's Greatest Chases (2000)

"Always and forever MGM's grand cartoon duo, well showcased here"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

45 96%

3:10 to Yuma (1957)

"Fine Daves, Ford collaborative western"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

46 85%

Bus Stop (1956)

"Moody and realistic, maybe Monroe's best"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

47 ——

Song of Freedom (1937)

"Robeson is THE reason to see it"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

48 90%

The Pink Panther (1963)

"Sellers' first Clouseau trip is fun, sets pace for rest of series"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

49 100%

The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1923)

"Absolutely chilling, sad, awesome Chaney"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

50 82%

Tightrope (1984)

"Fine later Eastwood starrer"

Posted Oct 19, 2004

Steve Crum

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