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Dwayne E. Leslie

Dwayne E. Leslie
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
1/5 No Score Yet

Sleepover (1995)

"Ordinary to the point of inciting audience boredom." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Dec 21, 2003
3/5 64%

Carried Away (1996)

"The performances are captivating, so much so that the film's sometimes slow pace is never a real problem." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted May 11, 2003
3.5/5 75%

Rugrats in Paris - The Movie (2000)

"The Rugrats are back for an all-new adventure, and one that is by far much funnier and more entertaining for both youngsters and their guardians than the first bigscreen outing." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 10, 2002
3.5/5 75%

Ivans Xtc (2002)

"This indie drama resonantly demonstrates how a person's worth is weighed in a town where you're only as good as your last game." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 7, 2002
1/5 36%

In Too Deep (1999)

"Although it is based on a true story, the subject matter has been covered too many times to care, and the by-the-book plot plods along to an anti-climatic finish." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002

George of the Jungle (1997)

"The only resemblances to the classic cartoon are that trees still get in George's way, Shep the elephant still thinks he is a doggie, the ape named Ape still talks, and his girlfriend's name is still Ursula." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
2.5/5 4%

Meet the Deedles (1998)

"Will adults enjoy this film? Some might be amused by the crazy situations and verbal and visual outrageousness--though they probably won't admit it." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
2/5 60%

White Squall (1996)

"If the focus had been on the characters' experiences instead of the white squall, much more of the movie would have made a lasting impression." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
1.5/5 0%

Simon Sez (1999)

"The film's feeble attempts at humor are tedious; like the character of Nick, the film quickly goes from being funny to silly to annoying." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
2/5 28%

House on Haunted Hill (1999)

"All the visual bravura doesn't fill in the gaping plot holes or generate any real frights." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
2.5/5 12%

Tales from the Crypt Presents Bordello of Blood (1996)

"... the series' die-hard fans will be left wanting." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
1/5 7%

The Forsaken (2001)

"The only true forsaken are the disillusioned patrons seeking a good vampire movie." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002

Air Bud 2 - Golden Receiver (1998)

"In addition to good-hearted humor, Air Bud: Golden Receiver offers up moral lessons and affirmative messages." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
1/5 9%

The Pest (1997)

"The script and Leguizamo's talents don't mesh, so the actor comes off as more offensive than funny." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
1.5/5 50%

Original Gangstas (1996)

"Although the leads are intended to be cool and menacing, the result resembles parody; scenes of drugs, guns and fights are likely to make audiences burst out in laughter." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
2.5/5 12%

Double Take (2001)

"Suffers from a scattershot approach to rapid-fire jokes that usually miss their mark, though Griffin's comedic talents brighten the proceedings and Jones does his part to add his own flavor to the mix." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3/5 17%

Bats (1999)

"The film skillfully mixes in humor (thanks in great part to the straight-faced clichéd phrases and no-nonsense lines delivered by Leon) without undermining the tension." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3.5/5 44%

Very Bad Things (1998)

"...the film wages a war against one's moral senses in a story that's unforgettable." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3/5 2%

Baby Geniuses (1999)

"With the recent popularity of baby-themed shows, this film has perfect timing. Younger patrons will be drawn into the fantasy, while the humor is sufficient to keep adults interested." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3.5/5 67%

Michael Jordan to the Max (2000)

"This triumphant story of an extremely positive role model is a rewarding treat." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3/5 13%

Whiteboyz (1999)

"The fish-out-of-water scenario is frequently hilarious, and the linguistic prowess of the actors is impressive." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3/5 7%

I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998)

"The film does effectively pump the audience to the point of being ravenous for the hook-handed villain to start his spree." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3.5/5 61%

Recess: School's Out (2001)

"This is a smart story and well paced." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
2.5/5 17%

Dracula 2000 (2000)

"The film concentrates more on the gore and less on fright and suspense." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
2.5/5 9%

Virus (1999)

"When the automated robotic lab starts using dead bodies as biological material to create killing machines programmed to believe man is harmful and must be destroyed." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3/5 23%

See Spot Run (2001)

"This crowd-pleaser is filled with laughs." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3.5/5 53%

Scary Movie (2000)

"By far director/actor Keenen Ivory Wayans' best parody effort to date, primarily because he here taps into a rejuvenated genre and is given access to broader subject matter with universal appeal." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3/5 45%

Forces of Nature (1999)

"The combination of Affleck's deadpan by-the-book persona with the spontaneity of Bullock's character sparks with convincing chemistry, their diverse personalities causing both to grow and bring to the surface what each is running away from or can't admit." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3/5 52%

Sudden Death (1995)

"An exciting if often predictable reteaming of Timecop star Jean-Claude Van Damme and director Peter Hyams." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
2/5 64%

Wild Things (1998)

"This tale of revenge does manage to sidestep cliches and predictability found in this genre, but it goes too far out of the lines to be appreciated." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
2.5/5 37%

Something to Talk About (1995)

"The script by Callie Khouri is somewhat disjointed in structure." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
2/5 6%

Kazaam (1996)

"The visual trickery might delight children, but Kazaam will leave even them wishing for more of the genie's playful trickery to make up for lackluster comedy in the story." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3.5/5 85%

The Emperor's New Groove (2000)

"Genuinely a new groove with a humorous, feel-good twist." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3/5 61%

Blood and Wine (1997)

"The director benefits from a powerhouse duo in Nicholson and Caine. It's like watching two cats fight for the same mouse, because both characters are corrupted to the bone." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002

A Thin Line Between Love and Hate (1996)

"In showing the importance of monogamy, the film is profound enough that it could lead couples to reevaluate themselves; women will look at their new men a bit more quizzically, and men will be less likely to say "I love you" unless they mean it." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002

The Faculty (1998)

"The sci-fi/horror genre could take a lesson from "The Faculty."" ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3/5 96%

Big Night (1996)

"A sumptuous repast, most of the movie's scenes involve either preparing or serving food." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
1.5/5 6%

Solo (1996)

"The film ends up having more laughs than a comedy." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002

The Arrival (1996)

"Sheen is working outside of his element, but the energy he puts into his multidimensional character helps keep the story moving." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2002
3/5 19%

Jason X (2002)

"A nostalgic romp through horror mythology." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Apr 26, 2002

How High (2001)

"The chemically-induced farce scrapes the bowl for cheap laughs from sight gags and sporadic jokes." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Dec 21, 2001
3/5 6%

Corky Romano (2001)

"This broad comedy is laugh-packed from start to finish." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Oct 15, 2001

Max Keeble's Big Move (2001)

"The filmmakers of Max Keeble reinvigorate the theme with genuinely funny over-the-top humor and a barrage of multiple antagonists." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Oct 5, 2001

Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (2001)

"The choppy, fragmented story tries desperately to modernize the fish-out-of-water theme that worked so well in the original, but winds up resorting to sitcom sleuthing." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Apr 20, 2001

Kingdom Come (2001)

"It is difficult to find anything interesting about the onscreen bickering and distress concerning repeatedly harped-upon issues." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Apr 13, 2001

Pokemon 3: The Movie (2001)

"The characters manage to get the point across to young Pokemon trainer-hopefuls that a real trainer fights hard, knows when to quit and puts friendship first." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Apr 6, 2001

Mortal Kombat: Annihilation (1997)

"As far as the plot, the repetitive bombardment of similar scenarios makes the film seem very long and painfully drawn out." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Double Jeopardy (1999)

"With chases, shootings, family values, undying love, betrayal and a thoroughly involving plot, Double Jeopardy has something for everyone." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000

I Got The Hook-Up (1998)

"The senseless chases and unexplained affairs and alliances ... wear on the patience of the audience." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Pitch Black (2000)

"Vin Diesel's demeanor is refreshing and the combination of his voice and physical build make his character memorable." ‐Boxoffice Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000
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