Edward Margulies

Edward Margulies

Agrees with the Tomatometer 55% of the time.

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

Movie Reviews Only

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 Dec 31, 1999