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Good Morning America

Good Morning America is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Joel Siegel
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
84%

Elf (2003)

2
66%
3
58%
4
66%

Heist (2001)

5
99%

Finding Nemo (2003)

6
58%
7
6%

Gigli (2003)

8
54%
9
86%

Chicago (2002)

10
81%

The Hours (2002)

11
91%

The Departed (2006)

12
74%

Godzilla (2014)

13
91%
14
96%
15
77%

"You never know where Changing Lanes is going to take you but it's a heck of a ride. Samuel L. Jackson is one of the best actors there is."

Posted Apr 12, 2002
16
26%

"Remember the movie critic Sony invented to give their films good reviews? Not even he would like this movie."

Posted Apr 12, 2002
17
29%

"This version of H.G. Wells' Time Machine was directed by H.G. Wells' great-grandson. They should have found Orson Welles' great-grandson."

Posted Mar 8, 2002
18
38%

"What I learned from this movie: Absitenence can be a very good thing. Especially from box offices where this film is playing."

Posted Mar 1, 2002
19
63%

"The sentimental cliches mar an otherwise excellent film. A powerful performance from Mel Gibson and a brutal 90-minute battle sequence that does everything but issue you a dog-tag and an M-16."

Posted Mar 1, 2002
20
19%

"Compared to Traffic and Spy Games, films that deal with similar themes, this is mediocre movie-making ... The studio should not have released this film."

Posted Feb 11, 2002
21
42%

Big Fat Liar (2002)

"Home Alone goes Hollywood, a funny premise until the kids start pulling off stunts not even Steven Spielberg would know how to do. Besides, real movie producers aren't this nice."

Posted Feb 11, 2002
22
34%

I Am Sam (2001)

"TV-movie territory with three great performances. But I started crying 20 seconds into the movie and didn't stop till it was over."

Posted Dec 27, 2001
23
86%

Gosford Park (2001)

"One of Robert Altman's best which is another way of saying 'one of film's best.' And at least eight reasons Oscar needs an ensemble acting category."

Posted Dec 27, 2001
24
32%

"Cate Blanchet made more movies this year than MGM and she was excellent in all of them. Her best shots for an Oscar nomination? Supporting actress in Bandits and Best Actress in Charlotte Grey."

Posted Dec 27, 2001
25
85%

"Yes, Billy Bob Thornton and Halle Berry give Oscar caliber performances. But so do Peter Boyle and Puff Daddy. When all the performances are excellent, critics' understand it's the direction."

Posted Dec 27, 2001
26
76%

"A war movie so unflinching and so real there are scenes here and effects here that would make George S. Patton wince."

Posted Dec 27, 2001
27
75%

"You can't believe Russell Crowe is the same actor who won an Oscar one year ago for Gladiator. The film has a reveal so startling I almost got whiplash, shaking my head in amazement."

Posted Dec 27, 2001
28
67%

Ali (2001)

"Will Smith's Muhammed Ali isn't an impersonation, it's a transformation. There is no narration to tell us the story, no treacly music cues to tell us when to cry. Some audiences might be disconcerted at being treated so intelligently."

Posted Dec 27, 2001
29
91%

"Maybe by his second year in Hogwarts, Harry Potter will learn the trick to making a movie this good but don't bet on it. It's one of the best films of the year."

Posted Dec 21, 2001
30
42%

The Majestic (2001)

"The Majestic, an unabashed homage to Frank Capra. There's a reason even in the 1930's they called his movies 'Capracorn,' but, even though I argued withthe ending, this one got to me. The most Christmassy of all the holiday."

Posted Dec 21, 2001
31
42%

Vanilla Sky (2001)

"I have no idea why one of our most original film-makers would want to spend two years of his life translating someone else's movie from Spanish into English. And it wasn't such a good film in Spanish, either."

Posted Dec 17, 2001
32
20%

The Crew (2000)

Posted Apr 24, 2001
33
41%

Posted Apr 24, 2001
34
22%

Coyote Ugly (2000)

Posted Apr 24, 2001
35
78%

Space Cowboys (2000)

Posted Apr 24, 2001
36
27%

Hollow Man (2000)

Posted Apr 24, 2001
37
24%

Loser (2000)

Posted Apr 24, 2001
38
46%

Posted Apr 24, 2001
39
49%

The Kid (2000)

Posted Apr 24, 2001
40
61%

The Patriot (2000)

Posted Apr 24, 2001
41
48%

Posted Apr 24, 2001
42
97%

Chicken Run (2000)

"There are last minute rescues and incredible visuals."

Posted Apr 24, 2001
43
68%

Shaft (2000)

Posted Apr 24, 2001
44
24%

Posted Apr 24, 2001
45
30%

Posted Apr 24, 2001
46
26%

Posted Apr 24, 2001
47
47%

"An awfully good film"

Posted Apr 24, 2001
48
43%

"This movie is a bloody mess if I've ever seen one."

Posted Apr 24, 2001
49
15%

Posted Apr 24, 2001

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