Planet Sick-Boy - Rotten Tomatoes

Planet Sick-Boy

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
42%

Palindromes (2004)

"An intentionally awkward masterpiece."

Posted Sep 17, 2004
2
53%

A Dirty Shame (2004)

3
90%
4
84%
5
55%

P.S. (2004)

"A bitterly hysterical and nearly flawless film with two lead performances that aren't likely to be topped."

Posted Sep 17, 2004
6
50%

The Intruder (2001)

"Confusing as hell. At one point, I was convinced the projectionist was showing the reels out of order."

Posted Sep 17, 2004
7
96%

Sideways (2004)

"Payne once again does an incredible job creating deeply flawed but extremely likable characters. portrayed in shockingly real performances."

Posted Sep 17, 2004
8
68%
9
88%
10
80%

Oldboy (2005)

11
48%

Silver City (2004)

12
43%

Creep (2005)

"Ho-hum slasher flick."

Posted Sep 12, 2004
13
26%

Posted Sep 12, 2004
14
77%

The Machinist (2004)

"Worth a look just to see the frighteningly thin Bale, and some nice washed-out photography from Xavi Giménez."

Posted Sep 12, 2004
15
55%

Undertow (2004)

"In the hands of a typical multiplex filmmaker, this would seem downright formulaic. But with Green and Orr at the reigns, things manage to seem fresh, exciting and different."

Posted Sep 12, 2004
16
92%

Tarnation (2004)

"Half self-indulgent and half excruciatingly self-aware."

Posted Sep 12, 2004
17
59%

Enduring Love (2004)

18
82%

Innocence (2001)

"Genuinely frightening stuff unraveled in a very untraditional way."

Posted Sep 10, 2004
19
76%

Being Julia (2004)

20
32%
21
46%

Rick (2004)

"Occasionally clever, but not nearly enough so to make it worth your while."

Posted Sep 3, 2004
22
75%
23
51%

Vanity Fair (2004)

24
95%

"Gritty and noirish "

Posted Aug 26, 2004
25
85%

"The little brother to Fahrenheit 9/11. Each will divide their audience based on their political beliefs, despite not being particularly well made."

Posted Aug 26, 2004
26
18%

Suspect Zero (2004)

"Another film about a creepy bald guy. "

Posted Aug 26, 2004
27
46%
28
69%
29
86%

Garden State (2004)

"A surprisingly assured debut. "

Posted Aug 19, 2004
30
11%

"I was mildly surprised when it didn't stink up the joint. In that regard, you can call it the Queen of the Damned 2004."

Posted Aug 19, 2004
31
14%
32
72%

Open Water (2004)

33
67%
34
49%

"Unoriginal and boring. "

Posted Aug 13, 2004
35
65%

"Four blistering lead performances "

Posted Aug 13, 2004
36
73%

Nathalie (2003)

"A decent import with a nice ending -- and you couldn't ask for better acting talent."

Posted Aug 7, 2004
37
45%

Nicotina (2004)

"A whole lot of dark, real-time fun in Mexico City. I hear it's better than being there. Safer, too, unless you're a character in this film."

Posted Aug 7, 2004
38
71%

Gozu (2003)

"Very slow in spots, with Miike saving it all up for his big finale, which I dare not speak of lest the nightmares return."

Posted Aug 7, 2004
39
31%

King Arthur (2004)

"Ran two hours, felt like three, could have easily been one, and features no less of a videogame-type plot than mothersucking Van Helsing."

Posted Jul 6, 2004
40
95%

Before Sunset (2004)

"A rare example of a sequel that is labor of love -- not one that worships at the altar of the Almighty Dollar."

Posted Jul 2, 2004
41
93%

Spider-Man 2 (2004)

"Expect less of the one-liners and more of the biting the inside of your cheek so you won't start bawling in front of your date."

Posted Jun 29, 2004
42
15%

White Chicks (2004)

"If drugs weren't involved, sterilization should be."

Posted Jun 24, 2004
43
83%

"It's like shooting fish in a barrel -- finding clips of Bush embarrassing himself ain't too hard"

Posted Jun 24, 2004
44
52%

The Notebook (2004)

"My eyes rolled so far back in my head, I actually saw my brain. And my brain was really pissed off about having to sit through pap like this."

Posted Jun 23, 2004
45
62%

Dandelion (2005)

"Strong debut from writer-director Mark Milgard."

Posted Jun 19, 2004
46
61%

The Terminal (2004)

"Steven Spielberg's most Spielberg-y film in years."

Posted Jun 17, 2004
47
70%

"I could watch a guy taking a wrench to the face or a ball to the groin for 90 minutes every day of the week."

Posted Jun 17, 2004
48
29%

"Necromongers? Underverse? I don't know about you, but when I hear names like that, I start tuning out and thinking about different kinds of pie."

Posted Jun 10, 2004
49
No Score Yet

Posted Jun 4, 2004
50
91%

"More adult, and seeing this series become gradually more sophisticated, along with its three stars, is a real treat."

Posted Jun 4, 2004

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