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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

I Dreamed of Africa (2000)

"Director Hugh Hudson gives us a Kenya that is dusty, bleak and generally unappealing. Rarely has a movie about Africa aroused so few feelings of escapism." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jul 23, 2014
3/5 22%

Mr. Deeds (2002)

"While Brill's direction is crisp, Herlihy's jokes aren't much." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jun 27, 2002

Joe Somebody (2001)

"Makes the most of an infusion of top tube talent and network-style attributes." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Dec 21, 2001

How High (2001)

"As for Redman and Method Man, neither should give up his day job in music." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Dec 20, 2001
3.5/5 29%

Not Another Teen Movie (2001)

"Spotty, only slightly inspired and occasionally amusing fluff." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Dec 20, 2001

Life as a House (2001)

"Kline's angry, misanthropic character is the best thing going for this flick." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Nov 1, 2001

Legally Blonde (2001)

"Thanks to a razor-sharp performance by Reese Witherspoon, this movie produces a lot more entertainment than its paper-thin premise deserves." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jul 12, 2001

Kiss of the Dragon (2001)

"The chop-socky martial arts scenes look terrific." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jul 6, 2001

The Fast and the Furious (2001)

"If you suffer from America's secret longing, you're going to have fun at The Fast and the Furious." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jun 21, 2001

A Knight's Tale (2001)

"Owes its irreverent mood and iconic strut to the World Wrestling Federation and its various offspring." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted May 10, 2001

Crocodile Dundee in Los Angeles (2001)

"Its humor remains suitable for youngsters yet doesn't gouge their psyches with the 'circle of life' and 'you can do it' self-esteem lessons that by this time have become pretty tiresome." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Apr 19, 2001

Josie and the Pussycats (2001)

"Even the most ardent Archie Comics fan is apt to feel a little cheated." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Apr 12, 2001

Just Visiting (2001)

"While the results don't approach the hilarious, they certainly do reach the level of 'amusing,' with moments that stretch toward 'funny.'" ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Apr 6, 2001

Someone Like You (2001)

"Even with Judd, Kinnear and science in his herd, Goldwyn can't keep Someone Like You from giving viewers plenty to beef about." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Mar 29, 2001

The Brothers (2001)

"An amiable, engaging and personal film." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Mar 22, 2001

Head over Heels (2001)

"Unless you're happy as a pin-up, Freddie, go find yourself something real. Fast." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Feb 1, 2001

Save the Last Dance (2001)

"While the resulting romance between Sara and Derek plays out unremarkably, the surrounding social milieu is treated with unusual restraint and good sense." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 11, 2001

Double Take (2001)

"There's nothing intrinsically worthless about clichéd comedy; it merely requires great skill in execution. Double Take lacks great skill in execution." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 11, 2001

Miss Congeniality (2000)

"Without help from either script or director, poor Bullock gets stuck as a distant runner-up in this featherweight farce." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Dec 21, 2000

Dude, Where's My Car? (2000)

"It's not for fans of Beavis and Butt-head; it IS for Beavis and Butt-head." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Dec 18, 2000

Held Up (2000)

"Thanks to an attractive cast and an air of amiability, much of it works." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Urban Legends: Final Cut (2000)

"Resoundingly awful." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Little Nicky (2000)

"Quick laughs aren't always bad laughs." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Whatever It Takes (2000)

"The predictable scenarios don't allow the actors many opportunities to distinguish themselves." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Crazy in Alabama (1999)

"Melanie Griffith's presence causing the upbeat portion of Mark Childress' story to drag its feet, the movie tips out of kilter." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Boiler Room (2000)

"Younger dresses his film with more quick cutting, high-volume dialogue and ethnic slurs than it needs, but his hard-edged view of humans caught in conflict has grit and verve." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Light It Up (1999)

"Overblown story." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Return to Me (2000)

"Were this a student film, you'd expect to see it returned with a middling grade, covered with red-inked criticisms." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Jakob the Liar (1999)

"A well-made film with first-rate performances!" ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Frequency (2000)

"Good escapist fun." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Big Momma's House (2000)

"Everything about Big Momma's House looks like a twice-told joke." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Ninth Gate (1999)

"Unwilling to settle on one climax to his lumbering narrative, Polanski seems to have included them all." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Ready to Rumble (2000)

"Rassling enthusiasts will soon see this exploitation for what it is: a cheap rip-off." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Bachelor (1999)

"The Bachelor makes for a fine date movie." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Three to Tango (1999)

"The lack of film stars doesn't signify that Three To Tango lacks virtues; it's just that it doesn't stretch toward anything excellent." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Mission: Impossible 2 (2000)

"Cruise has hit his stride as an action hero with such confidence that he can completely take over any scene the script requires him to." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

What Planet Are You From? (2000)

"[Nichols] gives Shandling his best-ever framework to deliver material that, though not out of this world, is at least down to Earth." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Best Man (1999)

"Lee's story, which rambles on for a good half-hour longer than is necessary, contains little we haven't already seen dozens of times at the movies." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Bicentennial Man (1999)

"If anyone's going to animate a machine, it might as well be Robin Williams." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Bait (2000)

"If nothing else, Bait reasserts Foxx's possibilities as an actor who can carry a movie on his own." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Whole Nine Yards (2000)

"Lynn does deliver an efficient and professional job that's likely to strike senses of humor right on cue." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Messenger: The Story of Joan of Arc (1999)

"An entertaining, grand-scale historical drama." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Perfect Storm (2000)

"Disaster epic catches the Perfect wave." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigolo (1999)

"Deuce Bigelow has far too many sagging scenes that rely on tired gags." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Muse (1999)

"Beautiful as always, Stone shows a real flair for comedy that may signal a new career direction for the former femme fatale." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Erin Brockovich (2000)

"For better or worse, this is Roberts' film. Thank heavens it's for the better." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Keeping the Faith (2000)

"It's a funny, bright, witty and, above all, cute romantic comedy." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Pokemon the First Movie - Mewtwo vs. Mew (1999)

"This is a movie that knows its audience." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Center Stage (2000)

"Unless you really have an affection for dance, you'll likely find yourself easily distracted during the soap-operatic nature of the petty infighting between students, their parents and mentors." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Mumford (1999)

"Veteran writer-director Lawrence Kasdan knows his film history." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Jan 1, 2000
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