Kinnopio's Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

Kinnopio's Movie Reviews

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Title/Year
Author
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Ghost Rock (2004)

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Posted Sep 23, 2006
2
20%

The Ring Two (2005)

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Posted Apr 9, 2005
3
30%

Be Cool (2005)

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Posted Mar 16, 2005
4
16%

Cursed (2005)

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Posted Mar 16, 2005
5
35%

Hostage (2005)

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Posted Mar 16, 2005
6
44%

The Jacket (2005)

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Posted Mar 9, 2005
7
9%

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Posted Mar 9, 2005
8
13%

Boogeyman (2005)

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Posted Feb 23, 2005
9
79%

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Posted Feb 23, 2005
10
54%

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Posted Feb 23, 2005
11
46%

Constantine (2005)

"It feels like a repackaged version of The Matrix, only less costly and more literal."

Posted Feb 16, 2005
12
69%

Hitch (2005)

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Posted Feb 13, 2005
13
10%

"You may find yourself wishing for something more consequential; just because romantic comedies are supposed to be sweet doesn't mean they have to dissolve like sugar, too."

Posted Feb 5, 2005
14
13%

Hide and Seek (2005)

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Posted Feb 2, 2005
15
1%

"Less a coherent motion picture than a series of fight scenes and shootouts that feature abysmally unconvincing special effects."

Posted Jan 28, 2005
16
11%

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Posted Jan 26, 2005
17
88%

The Woodsman (2004)

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Posted Jan 26, 2005
18
38%

Birth (2004)

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Posted Jan 19, 2005
19
25%

Fat Albert (2004)

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Posted Jan 15, 2005
20
83%

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Posted Jan 15, 2005
21
42%

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Posted Jan 15, 2005
22
64%

Stage Beauty (2004)

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Posted Jan 15, 2005
23
30%

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Posted Jan 15, 2005
24
93%

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Posted Jan 15, 2005
25
95%

Before Sunset (2004)

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Posted Jan 15, 2005
26
60%

"A familiar, unremarkable shoot-em-up: low on tension, suspense, and plot, and high on bullets, clichés, and one-liners."

Posted Jan 14, 2005
27
10%

Elektra (2005)

"Badass action heroine movies are like trendy new cell phone accessories: Suddenly every girl in Hollywood has to have one."

Posted Jan 13, 2005
28
35%

"One-dimensional storytelling may be necessary for very young viewers, but kids, on the whole, are smarter than Racing Stripes gives them credit for being."

Posted Jan 10, 2005
29
78%

"The French version of Cold Mountain, a romance of epic proportions that thinks it's a war picture."

Posted Jan 10, 2005
30
8%

White Noise (2005)

"A scary, empty thriller ... thick with middle-age fantasy but woefully thin on plot."

Posted Jan 4, 2005
31
65%

Coach Carter (2005)

"A strong performance by Samuel L. Jackson enables the film to transcend the mold exploited by other teen sports dramas."

Posted Jan 2, 2005
32
38%

"Not nearly as funny as Meet the Parents, and saved only from disaster by Dustin Hoffman and Barbara Streisand."

Posted Jan 2, 2005
33
4%

Darkness (2004)

"Scary in the familiar, intermittent way of a run-of-the-mill thriller."

Posted Jan 2, 2005
34
43%

"It deviates from the teen genre enough to suggest that Scarlett Johnasson is more concerned with the lateral boundaries of her range than the vertical ones."

Posted Jan 2, 2005
35
56%

"Not as good as Wes Anderson's two best movies, The Royal Tenenbaums and Rushmore, but it still offers a broad sample of his distinct style."

Posted Jan 2, 2005
36
87%

The Aviator (2004)

"If you want to understand why everyone has such high regard for Martin Scorsese, one good place to start would be with The Aviator."

Posted Jan 2, 2005
37
91%

"I do not know whether Clint Eastwood has read any Steinbeck, but you would certainly think it from the way that he has filmed Million Dollar Baby."

Posted Jan 2, 2005
38
32%

"Bland and unremarkable."

Posted Dec 18, 2004
39
72%

"A charm of fiction and imagination."

Posted Dec 15, 2004
40
73%

Intermission (2003)

"A greasy, pugnacious, and very watchable ensemble movie."

Posted Dec 14, 2004
41
53%

Spanglish (2004)

"Spanglish is a real button-pusher, one of those comedies that operates in narrative shorthand."

Posted Dec 10, 2004
42
90%

Hotel Rwanda (2004)

"Hotel Rwanda is not perfect, but it compels us to be."

Posted Dec 8, 2004
43
56%

"Soderbergh has overcomplicated what made Ocean's Eleven worthwhile: the breezy fun of watching a bunch of A-list stars goofing off."

Posted Dec 7, 2004
44
25%

"So far from the original Blade, that were it not for Wesley Snipes, you would probably think that it was a spin-off."

Posted Dec 3, 2004
45
68%

Closer (2004)

"Riveting for the way it effortlessly but relentlessly dials up the tension with the things the characters say."

Posted Dec 3, 2004
46
77%

The Machinist (2004)

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Posted Dec 1, 2004
47
5%

"As soggy and unhealthy as a half-baked Christmas cookie."

Posted Nov 26, 2004
48
16%

Alexander (2004)

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Posted Nov 24, 2004
49
90%

Kinsey (2004)

"A straightforward accounting of a man's life, neatly sorted out in by-the-book Hollywood fashion."

Posted Nov 24, 2004

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