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Scott G. Mignola

Scott G. Mignola
Scott G. Mignola's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Common Sense Media

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
5/5 93% Young Frankenstein (1974) Brooks' corniness yields plenty of belly laughs. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
2/5 34% Woman on Top (2000) Penelope Cruz and little else in this so-so comedy ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
4/5 No Score Yet Where the Red Fern Grows (1974) Moving version of the classic novel. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
3/5 85% Wayne's World (1992) Incredibly lowbrow, but many teens will love it. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 No Score Yet Walking with Dinosaurs (2000) Top-notch education (and entertainment) for dino fans. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 97% Vertigo (1958) Must-see Hitchcock thriller for any classic movie bug. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
4/5 57% Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) Bond, James Bond. For mature eyes only. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
2/5 86% Thunderball (1965) Even James Bond can miss his mark. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 100% The Third Man (1949) As powerful and original now as it was in 1949. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
3/5 27% The Return of Jafar (1994) A genie that should have stayed in the bottle. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 95% The Red Balloon (Le Ballon Rouge) (1956) Imaginative story told entirely through visuals. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
4/5 79% The Poseidon Adventure (1972) Titanic without the smarm. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
4/5 93% The Mummy (1932) This vintage classic is more funny than scary. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
1/5 0% La IncreĆ­ble Mujer Diminuta (1981) Excruciatingly bad Lily Tomlin comedy. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 100% The Ghost and Mrs. Muir (1947) Charming family classic is also thought-provoking. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 96% The Fugitive (1993) Heart-pounding thriller with great acting. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 90% The Elephant Man (1980) Heartbreaking drama isn't for sensitive viewers. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 94% The Day the Earth Stood Still (1951) A sci-fi classic that still resonates. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
1/5 20% The Crew (2000) A forgettable made-for-TV-like production. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 100% The Bride of Frankenstein (1935) A riveting, funny, and suspenseful horror classic. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 94% The Bells of St. Mary's (1945) A classic of faith and values. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 81% The Absent-Minded Professor (1961) Family entertainment at its best. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
4/5 98% The 39 Steps (1935) Far more substance than other thrillers. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 98% Sunset Boulevard (1950) A must for fans of ruthless black comedy. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
4/5 No Score Yet Summer of the Monkeys (1998) A heartwarming chimp tale. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 98% Strangers on a Train (1951) Classic nail-biter is a must for thriller fans. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
4/5 48% Stargate (1994) Promising setup killed by action-film cliches. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
4/5 86% Son of Flubber (1963) Fun, harmless sequel to the Disney classic. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 100% Searching for Bobby Fischer (1993) Excellent story about sportsmanship. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
4/5 75% Scrooge (1970) This musical Scrooge is great for kids. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
4/5 85% Running on Empty (1988) Wraps around your heart and squeezes. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 80% Rudy (1993) Inspiring sports film about a real life underdog. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 91% Royal Wedding (1951) Family entertainment doesn't get any livelier. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 97% Romeo and Juliet (1968) Wonderful, but a little too mature for some kids. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
3/5 56% Pocahontas (1995) Fine for kids; just don't expect a history lesson. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 No Score Yet Pee-Wee's Playhouse: Christmas Special (1988) Bizarre humor, high-speed antics, non-stop fun! ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 96% Of Mice and Men (1992) Elegant adaptation of Steinbeck's classic novel. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 43% Mouse Hunt (1997) A vivacious, clever slapstick comedy. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
1/5 20% Monkeybone (2001) Starts out bad and gets progressively worse. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
1/5 48% Me, Myself & Irene (2000) The Farrellys strike again; avoid this awful film. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 91% Malcolm X (1992) Insightful and well-rounded portrait of Malcolm X. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
3/5 46% King Kong (1976) Bad script and acting ruin a classic story. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 97% Jaws (1975) Five-star movie could scare the pants off kids. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
4/5 93% Jason and the Argonauts (1963) A stop-motion animation masterwork. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 98% It Happened One Night (1934) Still one of the best screwball comedies. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 89% Easter Parade (1948) Charming love story plus great song and dance. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
5/5 93% Il Postino: The Postman (Il Postino) (1995) Romance, gorgeous words, and the beauty of Italy. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
3/5 30% Hook (1991) A clumsy mishmash of a comedy. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
4/5 25% Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves! (1997) Good, clean, tiny fun. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011
4/5 75% Honey, I Shrunk the Kids (1989) Two-dimensional fun. ‐ Common Sense Media
Posted Jan 2, 2011