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Edward Margulies

Edward Margulies
Edward Margulies's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Mr. Showbiz, Movieline

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

Can't Stop the Music (1980)

"How bad is this infamous 1980 musical mega-dud? So bad that it stars not, one, not two, but three people who can't sing, dance or act." ‐Movieline
Posted Nov 6, 2001

Tarzan, the Ape Man (1981)

""Produced" by Bo and "directed and photographed" by John, Tarzan reduced Edgar Rice Burrough's far-from-classic work to the level of a magazine spread on a Playboy bunny in the, er, bush." ‐Movieline
Posted Nov 6, 2001

John Carpenter's Escape from L.A. (1996)

"Like Texasville, Beyond the Poseidon Adventure, King Kong Lives and The Evening Star, Escape From L.A. stands tall as a shining beacon of Bad Moviedom." ‐Movieline
Posted Nov 6, 2001

Chinatown (1974)

"Dunaway plays Evelyn as a woman starved for, as well as terrified of, intimacy. The fleeting hints of warmth and decency build our subconscious faith in her innocence, while the facts keep pointing a finger." ‐Movieline
Posted Nov 6, 2001

Anaconda (1997)

"No single movie in the annals of cheesy aquatic flicks fashioned after Jaws--we're talking Orca, Killer Fish, Tentacles and Jaws 2, 3 and 4--has ever provided more unintentional laughs than Anaconda." ‐Movieline
Posted Nov 6, 2001

Barb Wire (1996)

"The past two years have been Bad Movie manna for fans of deliriously cheesy sci-fi thrillers set in the near future." ‐Movieline
Posted Nov 6, 2001

Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)

"In an underappreciated career, this is -- along with Two for the Road -- Hepburn's finest hour; no actress who has played the role of Holly Golightly since (on Broadway and TV) has come anywhere near Hepburn's achievement." ‐Movieline
Posted Nov 6, 2001

Body of Evidence (1992)

"The most enjoyably awful of Madonna's awful movies." ‐Movieline
Posted Apr 17, 2001

Man on the Moon (1999)

"I figured that if anyone could make a flick about the even more objectionable Kaufman, these three were the guys for the job. I was wrong." ‐Mr. Showbiz
Posted Jan 1, 2000
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