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Steven Boone

Steven Boone
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

Light It Up (1999)

"The exposition that rushes us into the police standoff is so painfully forced and phony that the only way to keep watching the movie is to take it as either dark comedy or one of those cheap Die Hard knockoffs." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Stigmata (1999)

"A film this dramatically inept doesn't test your faith in the Papacy nearly as much as it troubles your faith in movies." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Blue Streak (1999)

"Entertaining and never sluggish." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Fight Club (1999)

"Edward Norton and Brad Pitt in what may be the performances of their careers." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

A Map of the World (1999)

"Much of A Map of the World is comparable to the work of Fritz Lang, Paul Schrader or any other filmmaker skilled at evoking panic and self-loathing." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

3 Strikes (2000)

"3 Strikes is depressing and grim, but not in any useful or interesting way." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Ride With the Devil (1999)

"Ride With the Devil works on the simple level of action and classic drama." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Rush Hour (1998)

"The opening credit sequence in Rush Hour outdoes anything that follows it." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Analyze This (1999)

"Harold Ramis' Analyze This is the mob parody Billy Wilder or Preston Sturges might have made if they'd had access to Robert De Niro and the F-word." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Man on the Moon (1999)

"Man on the Moon captures the mood of Kaufman's stand-up act while paying loving tribute to the late comic." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

I'll Be Home for Christmas (1998)

"Jonathan Taylor Thomas is completely out of his element as the smooth-talking operator." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Topsy-Turvy (1999)

"The entire cast is excellent, particularly Broadbent and Timothy Spall." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Supernova (2000)

"Most reminiscent of certain old Star Trek episodes, the especially horny ones in which Kirk spent most of his time in his quarters with some busty alien." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Best Man (1999)

"Lee has an incredible comic touch, and he pulls a solid performance from his entire cast." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Astronaut's Wife (1999)

"It's definitely not capable of being rescued." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Corruptor (1998)

"The movie's percussive action scenes hardly mask its lack of inspiration." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)

"The force is gone and George Lucas apparently has no idea where he left it!" ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

End of Days (1999)

"End of Days is definitely in the top two or three worst studio films of the year." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

In Too Deep (1999)

"While the film has some interesting shifts in pace, mood and structure, it has nothing new or interesting to say." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Thirteenth Floor (1999)

"The dialogue isn't aware it's cliched and hilarious; the soundtrack thinks it's backing an intense urban thriller." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

American Pie (1999)

"American Pie stirs the adolescent heart and groin!" ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The 13th Warrior (1999)

"A widescreen epic adventure so beautifully designed and performed that it doesn't have to make a bit of sense." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Bringing Out the Dead (1999)

"Schrader shows the Tarantino punks how it's done." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Universal Soldier: The Return (1999)

"What reads brutal and exhilarating in Blade and The Matrix is pure slapstick in this muddy-looking movie." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Arlington Road (1999)

"Offensively phony and unintentionally hilarious!" ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Limey (1999)

"Soderbergh, screenwriter Lem Dobbs and star Terence Stamp make a cool team." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Haunting (1999)

"Although The Haunting gets funnier, dumber, and less suspenseful as it goes on, it never loses the power to frighten, because it never had it." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Bone Collector (1999)

"The Bone Collector blows its budget on helicopters, fleets of cop cars, gory effects and the charisma of Denzel Washington to bring this pointless hackwork to theaters." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Molly (1999)

"Beautiful as she is, Elisabeth Shue is simply impossible to watch without cringing whenever she tries to do autistic." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Virus (1999)

"Not pretty. And not scary, either." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The Sixth Sense (1999)

"One of the greatest horror film of the '90s!" ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Lake Placid (1999)

"An ideal summer movie!" ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Mumford (1999)

"The Mumford character requires an actor who doesn't try too hard, and Loren Dean doesn't." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

The End of the Affair (1999)

"Fiennes' and Moore's performances are strong enough to carry this film through even the slightly preposterous turn that puts the movie on the path to that conclusion." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000

Twin Dragons (Shuang long hui) (Brother vs. Brother) (1992)

"For a movie directed by two Hong Kong legends, Tsui Hark and Ringo Lam, Twin Dragons drags!" ‐Citysearch
Posted Jan 1, 2000
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