Kansas City Kansan - Rotten Tomatoes

Kansas City Kansan

Kansas City Kansan is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Steve Crum
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
5/5

"Earthy Duvall vehicle, wonderful character study"

Posted 2004-10-23T12:12:25-07:00
2
5/5

"Atmospheric, chilling Tourneur classic"

Posted 2004-10-23T12:12:25-07:00
3
5/5

"Superior WWII spectacle"

Posted 2004-10-23T12:10:45-07:00
4
3/5

"Hitchcock's foray into screwball comedy is breezy fun"

Posted 2004-10-23T12:10:45-07:00
5
F

Bad Santa (2003)

6
1/5
7
5/5

"Wonderful early sound, quite British Hitchcock thriller"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:50:04-07:00
8
4/5
9
4/5
10
5/5

"Top notch Garfield vehicle"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:48:18-07:00
11
3/5

"Overrated moody western starring Nicholson"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:46:47-07:00
12
5/5

"Classic of its genre; Gibson is tops"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:46:47-07:00
13
3/5

"Ethnic comedy-western with good Wilder-Ford chemistry"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:45:23-07:00
14
4/5

"Native American themed story has great moments"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:45:23-07:00
15
3/5
16
4/5

"Sun-blaring Newman western; gritty action"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:42:41-07:00
17
2/5

"Sub-par Spike Lee"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:41:48-07:00
18
3/5

"So-so Connery vehicle"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:41:48-07:00
19
5/5

"Disney animation-live action holds up well"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:41:48-07:00
20
3/5

"Rains carries this Warner tugger"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:40:01-07:00
21
5/5

"Fanciful tearjerker with Hanks in another diverse role"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:40:01-07:00
22
4/5

"One of Pickford's best silents still entertains"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:40:00-07:00
23
1/5

"True pigtail tale is still bad"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:38:14-07:00
24
2/5

"Mediocre Travolta"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:38:13-07:00
25
3/5

"Lesser of Lugosi-Karloff pairings, still not bad"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:38:13-07:00
26
3/5

"Murray in fine form, but dated flick"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:36:07-07:00
27
0/5

"Title says all"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:36:07-07:00
28
3/5

"Slow, depressing family drama finely acted"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:34:17-07:00
29
4/5
30
3/5
31
5/5

"Awesome spectacle, unforgettable story, Heston's best"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:18:19-07:00
32
5/5

"Trend setter, nostalgic, feel good hit"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:18:19-07:00
33
2/5

"Pretty much fails as film; the play's really the thing"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:17:06-07:00
34
5/5
35
3/5

"Fairly good hard boiled detective story"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:15:26-07:00
36
2/5

"Duh-m Sandler, typical fare for him"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:14:34-07:00
37
3/5
38
3/5

"Gritty De Niro in hard core yarn"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:13:24-07:00
39
5/5
40
5/5
41
5/5
42
3/5

"Pleasant climber adventure, not bad Disney"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:10:16-07:00
43
4/5

"Early Hitchcock soundie still stylish, still grabs"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:10:16-07:00
44
3/5

"Hepburn is real reason to seek this one out"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:10:16-07:00
45
1/5

"Later Karloff features him in name only"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:08:36-07:00
46
1/5

"Forgettable Blake/Gould hippie generation flick"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:08:35-07:00
47
3/5

"Low key, powerful story"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:06:56-07:00
48
2/5

"If only 'Team America: World Police' were half as good"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:06:56-07:00
49
4/5

"Heart tugging Temple with payoff ending"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:06:56-07:00
50
0/5

"Director Burr should never have shouted 'Cut.'"

Posted 2004-10-23T11:06:56-07:00