Kansas City Kansan - Rotten Tomatoes

Kansas City Kansan

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/5
Fairly fun Flynn.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
2
4/5
Sharp dialogue + Streisand & Siegel make this stage-based comedy worthwhile.
Posted Jan 4, 2005
3
5/5
The Dresser (1983)
Fascinating character study with standout turns by Finney and Courtenay.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
4
3/5
Passable service comedy featuring Rick Nelson.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
5
5/5
A classic western, a stellar cast.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
6
5/5
Stunning Nazi propaganda told through an artist's eyes.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
7
5/5
One of a half dozen Christmas movie classics.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
8
4/5
Brad Pitt's breakthrough...a nostalgic, fine telling.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
9
4/5
Agatha (1979)
Fascinating drama with Hoffman and Redgrave.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
10
5/5
Easy Rider (1969)
Still gets the motor runnin'--a classic of its time.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
11
2/5
Attempt at Mel Brooksian humor gets lost in sand.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
12
5/5
The start of a laugh-long, legendary series.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
13
5/5
Mason is great as the Nazi tank commander.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
14
3/5
Another mummy flick churned out by Universal, still creepy.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
15
2/5
Disappointing production, but always good to visit the old crew.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
16
2/5
Really dated, but clever concept.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
17
3/5
Cinerama-big & star packed...but draggy.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
18
4/5
Bogie's breakout film still impresses.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
19
3/5
Bud and Lou meet another monster for infrequent laughs.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
20
3/5
So-so Sellers vehicle has its funny moments.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
21
2/5
Lame comedy is not one of Chevy's best.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
22
4/5
How can flag waving, the Marines, and Richard Widmark go wrong?
Posted Jan 3, 2005
23
3/5
Scared Stiff (1953)
Martin and Lewis fans, rejoice!
Posted Jan 3, 2005
24
3/5
Air America (1990)
Full of action and Mel Gibson.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
25
2/5
Quintet (1979)
Slow, confusing, and for Altman fans only.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
26
5/5
Superb Flynn adventure in every way.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
27
4/5
Melody Time (1948)
Very colorful, very musical Disney animation near-classic.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
28
5/5
The Mummy (1932)
The flashbacks are particularly terrifying.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
29
5/5
Studied, fascinating, tense sci-fi classic.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
30
5/5
Still the best of all 'Trek' flicks.
Posted Jan 3, 2005
31
A-
Last Dance (1996)
Both Stone and Morrow are terrific and convincing. (published 5-10-96)
Posted Jan 3, 2005
32
3/5
Middle road Disney animation, unmemorable.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
33
5/5
Malcolm X (1992)
Controversial, compelling story...Spike Lee in good form.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
34
5/5
Engrossing crime story with top notch acting.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
35
4/5
Certainly Jerry Lewis at his best.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
36
2/5
All African-American cast in dated but powerful religious drama.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
37
5/5
Absolute must-have for Disney animation fans.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
38
5/5
Capra in top comedy form.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
39
3/5
Zombies and Karloff...chills and thrills.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
40
3/5
Far and Away (1992)
Overlong Ron Howard epic with Cruise and Kidman.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
41
5/5
Still the funniest star packed comedy ever.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
42
3/5
Still fun, but dated special effects.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
43
3/5
Epic WWII production plays like star-studded soap opera at times.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
44
3/5
The Ghoul (1933)
Early, creepy Karloff.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
45
A-
Twister (1996)
Enjoy every cow flying, tractor crashing frame. (published 5-17-96)
Posted Jan 2, 2005
46
D+
Sure comedy isn't pretty all the time, but in 'The Cable Guy,' comedy is actually ugly. (published 6-14-96)
Posted Jan 2, 2005
47
4/5
Backdraft (1991)
Exciting firefighter adventures with all-star cast.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
48
2/5
Blacula (1972)
Contrived and a pain in the neck, yes...but what a concept!
Posted Jan 2, 2005
49
1/5
Makes 'Have Rocket Will Travel' seem smart.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
50
5/5
Murnau masterpiece; gorgeously shot and acted.
Posted Jan 2, 2005