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Laramie Movie Scope

Rating Title | Year Quote Author
1 46%

For Love of the Game (1999)

"This is a highly complex film, with multiple flashbacks to different points in Chapel's life, but director Sam Raimi manages to hold it all together, showing us that it all comes down to just one decision."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

2 20%

Duets (2000)

"Some of these characters are interesting enough to keep your attention on the movie between songs. The soundtrack is full of great music and songs."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

3 97%

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2001)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

4 84%

The Truth About Cats & Dogs (1996)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

5 70%

Shiloh 2 - Shiloh Season (1999)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

6 23%

Patch Adams (1998)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

7 69%

Analyze This (1999)

"The first reel of this movie has some of the best comic timing and the sharpest comedy dialogue I have seen and heard in a long time."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

8 60%

Mystery Men (1999)

"It isn't quite a good movie, but I do admire the effort, and the spirit, that went into it."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

9 20%

Autumn in New York (2000)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

10 48%

The Way of the Gun (2000)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

11 100%

Toy Story 2 (1999)

"This is a really good film."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

12 10%

I Dreamed of Africa (2000)

"If the film had shown the actors getting eaten alive by mosquitoes, it would have been more convincing. That's real nature."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

13 81%

The General (1998)

"This probably wouldn't have been such a thought-provoking film if it hadn't been based on a true story."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

14 53%

Alien Resurrection (1997)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

15 30%

Kiss The Girls (1997)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

16 84%

George Washington (2000)

"Green effectively creates his main characters and imbues the film with a powerful sense of place and mood."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

17 38%

She's All That (1999)

"There are a few twists in the plot, but it is pretty standard stuff."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

18 100%

Three Colors: Blue (Trois Couleurs: Bleu) (1993)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

19 71%

Dead Man (1995)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

20 ——

Abominable Snowman of the Himalayas (1957)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

21 43%

The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle (2000)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

22 49%

The Kid (2000)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

23 86%

Wild Man Blues (1998)

"This is a very fine film, especially for film buffs and fans of Woody Allen."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

24 52%

The Dead Pool (1988)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

25 78%

Beloved (1998)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

26 75%

The Lost Boys (1987)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

27 27%

Hollow Man (2000)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

28 89%

House of Usher (The Fall of the House of Usher) (1960)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

29 22%

Stigmata (1999)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

30 35%

The Waterboy (1998)

"While the film doesn't have much of a brain, it does have heart."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

31 64%

Dumb and Dumber (1994)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

32 3%

Battlefield Earth (2000)

"The end result is a high-budget star vehicle with big special effects that looks in every other way like any one of over a hundred other nameless low-budget post-Apocalyptic science fiction movies that have been made in the last 30 years or so."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

33 96%

The Insider (1999)

"After watching Pacino in this film it makes me proud to say I'm a newsman too, and damn that feels good these days."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

34 87%

Private Benjamin (1980)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

35 83%

The Talented Mr. Ripley (1999)

"Anthony Minghella, as in his last movie The English Patient, keeps the story going a good 15 or 20 minutes past its natural conclusion, but at least this time the story is more interesting."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

36 86%

Pleasantville (1998)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

37 0%

The Angry Red Planet (1959)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

38 43%

Dr. Dolittle (1998)

"Teenagers and some younger kids may find it more amusing than I did."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

39 95%

Enter the Dragon (1973)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

40 86%

Anastasia (1997)

"While the movie is visually stunning, the characterizations and music are a bit weak."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

41 97%

Chicken Run (2000)

"A charming, fanciful and whimsical tale of love, bondage and the quest for escape from the awful fate of being turned into nuggets."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

42 81%

Elizabeth (1998)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

43 21%

Paint Your Wagon (1969)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

44 33%

Just Visiting (2001)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

45 29%

Three Men and a Little Lady (1990)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

46 14%

Pokemon the First Movie - Mewtwo vs. Mew (1999)

"This Japanese film's free will philosophy is in stark contrast to the determinism that seems to be running rampant in today's Hollywood films."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

47 90%

Serpico (1973)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

48 85%

Dead Poets Society (1989)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

49 17%

Desperate Measures (1997)

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

50 86%

Cookie's Fortune (1999)

"This film embodies the easy pace of southern life and has the usual assortment of goofy, but lovable characters."

Posted Jan 1, 2001

Robert Roten

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