Cody Clark

Cody Clark

Agrees with the Tomatometer 70% of the time.

Cody Clark's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Mr. Showbiz

Movie Reviews Only

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/5 41%

K-PAX (2001)

"Shows signs of intelligent life." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Oct 27, 2001
3/5 57%

From Hell (2001)

"Great atmosphere, thin mystery." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Oct 19, 2001

The Last Castle (2001)

"Polished prison-flick popcorn." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Oct 18, 2001
1/5 10%

Megiddo: The Omega Code 2 (2001)

"Once the action starts to kick in, Megiddo morphs, minute by minute and scene by scene, into a Mystery Science Theater smorgasbord." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Oct 15, 2001
3/5 43%

Extreme Days (2001)

"Silly but worth the ride." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Oct 7, 2001

Max Keeble's Big Move (2001)

"If there's no way to avoid seeing Keeble's Big Move, take along a book, ideally a hefty one. With the proper arm speed and angle of release, you can probably nail the projectionist." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Oct 6, 2001

Hearts in Atlantis (2001)

"Too formulaic and discursive to engage our emotions." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Sep 27, 2001

Hardball (2001)

"Strikes out looking." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Sep 13, 2001
2/5 43%

Two Can Play That Game (2001)

"A feature-length movie demands a story, and this one barely has the substance of an anecdote." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Sep 10, 2001

The Musketeer (2001)

"In its fast-food way, this is an acceptable addition to the all-for-one canon." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Sep 6, 2001
1/5 21%

John Carpenter's Ghosts of Mars (2001)

"Someday we're all going to look back on this one and l-a-a-a-augh." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Aug 27, 2001

Summer Catch (2001)

" more strikeout in a movie that's loaded with them." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Aug 24, 2001

The Curse of the Jade Scorpion (2001)

"A marvelously witty period comedy, consisting in equal measures of lighthearted spoofery and fond homage." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Aug 23, 2001

Rat Race (2001)

"Zucker and Breckman get more than enough humor out of sharp set pieces and smartly scripted character clashes to sprint all the way to the finish line." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Aug 16, 2001

American Pie 2 (2001)

"What was passably cute the first time seems much more puerile and shrill here." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Aug 9, 2001

Original Sin (2001)

"The script rambles between airy pomposities ... and atrocious ribaldries." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Aug 2, 2001

Jurassic Park III (2001)

"A sturdy, watchable, Saturday-afternoon-serial throwback that teems with cool creatures. But it's too prefab to really deliver on the promise of 'intense sci-fi terror' written into the movie's MPAA rating description." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Jul 17, 2001

The Score (2001)

"Like a diet cola, The Score has fizz, but very little savor and no calories to speak of." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Jul 12, 2001

Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001)

"Has the capacity to inspire awe, but it's still a rough draft." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Jul 10, 2001

Kiss of the Dragon (2001)

"You, the average taxpaying citizen, need to see this movie like Bill Gates needs to win the lottery." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Jul 5, 2001

Scary Movie 2 (2001)

"The gags are fresh (so to speak), but the tone and execution are oh-so-exactly the same -- as McSequels go, this one's a pièce de résistance of satisfied expectations." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Jul 3, 2001

Crazy/Beautiful (2001)

"A teenage movie that trusts its audience -- it sounds crazy, but it's actually quite beautiful." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Jun 28, 2001

Dr. Dolittle 2 (2001)

"For an enterprise so soullessly commercial on its face, Murphy's second outing as the M.D. who talks to the animals is surprisingly engaging." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Jun 21, 2001

Atlantis - The Lost Empire (2001)

"It has a sense of wonder." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Jun 7, 2001

Swordfish (2001)

"The story is mostly about what happens to various objects (plate glass windows, SUVs, senators) when they are riddled with bullets or detonated by explosives." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Jun 7, 2001

The Animal (2001)

"Frequently it becomes boring." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Jun 4, 2001

Pearl Harbor (2001)

"After the first few minutes, it's just fireworks and bodies in motion." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted May 24, 2001

Shrek (2001)

"Shrek's self-reflexive silliness is in nearly perfect counterpoint to its giddy spirit of adventure, friendship, and romance." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted May 17, 2001

The Low Down (2001)

"Has an aura of honest observation that engages even when almost nothing is happening on-screen." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted May 3, 2001

One Night at McCool's (2001)

"Proceeds from a premise that's as simplistic as a seventh-grade gym class joke." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Apr 27, 2001

With a Friend like Harry... (2001)

"Rises instantly above its genre merely by taking the time to develop its characters and scenario." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Apr 26, 2001

Brigham City (2001)

"Moviegoers of any (or no) religious persuasion can share in the simple satisfaction of [Dutcher's] tense, well-spun murder mystery." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Apr 19, 2001

Freddy Got Fingered (2001)

"Too often, scenes crop up that have nothing to do with anything beyond Green's consuming need to be as outrageous as he can be." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Apr 19, 2001

Joe Dirt (2001)

"To see it is to sit through scene after scene like the one in which a hulking oil rigger spattered with crude takes a leak on some smoldering ashes for no reason at all." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Apr 13, 2001

Kingdom Come (2001)

"It's all too easy to see through the movie to its plot gears, and all too evident where the grinding of those gears is taking us." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Apr 11, 2001

Along Came a Spider (2001)

"On some level, nearly every thriller asks viewers to suspend their disbelief. Along Came a Spider expects you to kick yours in the nuts, break both its legs, and not make hospital visits. You can't even send flowers." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Apr 5, 2001

Heartbreakers (2001)

"Fatally bogged down by a ridiculous caring parent scenario." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Mar 22, 2001

Exit Wounds (2001)

"In fairness, the movie is more or less competent for being what it is. Of course, I could say the same of most brick walls -- but I'd hardly recommend that you pay eight bucks to sit in front of one for two hours." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Mar 20, 2001

Company Man (2001)

"The rapid-fire gags are relentlessly cute and announce themselves with all the subtlety of a pounding headache." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Mar 16, 2001

When Brendan Met Trudy (2001)

"Doyle and director Kieron J. Walsh have such a fine old time with all this winky-wink business that they seem to only sporadically recall the plight of star-crossed lovers Brendan ... and Trudy." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Mar 8, 2001
82/100 56%

The Mexican (2001)

"J.H. Wyman's clever script takes chances and includes some truly satisfying payoffs." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Mar 1, 2001
4/100 8%

Valentine (2001)

"Even by the thoroughly undemanding standards of its burned-out genre, Valentine is vacuous, tedious, and perfunctory." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Feb 2, 2001
66/100 16%

Left Behind: The Movie (2001)

"Solid, unexceptional mix of thrills and human drama." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Feb 1, 2001
51/100 10%

Head over Heels (2001)

"The screwball comedy in general misses as often as it hits." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Feb 1, 2001
77/100 28%

Sugar & Spice (2001)

"A surprising amount of the humor stems from well-drawn caricatures and cleverly seeded payoffs." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Jan 25, 2001
78/100 57%

The Gift (2000)

"An acceptably suspenseful, watchable Southern Gothic whodunit." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Jan 18, 2001
71/100 53%

Save the Last Dance (2001)

"Stiles and Thomas are engaging young performers." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Jan 11, 2001

Dracula 2000 (2000)

"Even true believers will have a hard time sinking their fangs into this thoroughly perfunctory affair." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Dec 28, 2000

The Family Man (2000)

"A warm, glossy holiday fable that hits some surprisingly sweet notes." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Dec 21, 2000
87/100 74%

Finding Forrester (2000)

"Like its protagonist, Finding Forrester got game." ‐ Mr. Showbiz
Posted Dec 19, 2000
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