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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
3/5
Cute Ally Sheedy comedy, but forgettable.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
2
2/5
Forced gags, and Hope & Crosby creak along in the last Road picture.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
3
5/5
One of the best post-WWII films; Peck is great.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
4
1/5
Take this back to Wal-Mart for toy exchange.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
5
5/5
Vintage zany musical is Eddie Cantor showcase.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
6
5/5
Powerful, unsettling, factual; Oscar caliber acting all around.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
7
4/5
Big Jake (1971)
Rowdy shootem' up has Duke in boot-stridin' form.
Posted Jan 2, 2005
8
5/5
Excellent insights into Welles' genius and the powers that were.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
9
5/5
Top Hat (1935)
One of the best of the Astaire-Rogers best.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
10
1/5
A return to the goofy and familiar, Vern!
Posted Dec 28, 2004
11
A-
The most spectacular and intriguing sci-fi action film since the 'Star Wars' trilogy. (published 7-6-96)
Posted Dec 28, 2004
12
A+
Lone Star (1996)
It is the structure of the film, including the smooth-subtle pans, turning present to past and back to present, that really awe. (published 7-19-96)
Posted Dec 28, 2004
13
5/5
Psycho (1960)
Certainly Hitchcock's most popular, and with good reason.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
14
5/5
Frances (1982)
Harrowing story well played by Lange.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
15
5/5
Stellar cast in left field family values classic.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
16
2/5
Gimmicky sci-fi, outer space B-flick.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
17
5/5
Brilliant Nicholson turn...and Fletcher's nurse is one of film's best villains.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
18
5/5
Powerful Jane Wyman performance and Oscar caliber production overall.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
19
3/5
Big Red (1962)
Another Disney dog movie full of family values and tears.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
20
3/5
Stagey Woody Allen film with Humphrey Bogart spectre for laughs.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
21
A
A provocative film with Oscar caliber performances. (published 7-19-96)
Posted Dec 28, 2004
22
3/5
Swamp Thing (1982)
Comic book sludge hero trashes bad guys.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
23
3/5
Nostalgic coming-into-manhood fantasy.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
24
3/5
Creepy later-Bette Davis tale.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
25
5/5
Pinocchio (1940)
Maybe the best Disney of them all--and that's no wooden compliment.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
26
4/5
Old Yeller (1957)
Classic Disney tearjerker still grabs.
Posted Dec 28, 2004
27
A-
Multiplicity (1996)
Try not to double or triple-up laughing. (published 7-19-96)
Posted Dec 28, 2004
28
3/5
Dated, but Harlow is in her prime.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
29
4/5
Colorful but soft-edged Stewart western about cattle breedin'.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
30
4/5
Real Life (1979)
Mock-umentary predates reality shows, still funny.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
31
2/5
Epic frontier soaper rambles on and on.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
32
4/5
Classic Linklater high schooler story with great characters.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
33
0/5
Where is Tor Johnson when he is really needed?
Posted Dec 27, 2004
34
4/5
One of Bud & Lou's funniest, featuring their classic candle sequence.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
35
5/5
Stand by Me (1986)
Still powerful Reiner film with great kid actors.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
36
4/5
America (1924)
Innovative D. W. Griffith silent featuring great events in America's past.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
37
3/5
Lawman (1971)
Slow but sure oater with stoic Lancaster.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
38
4/5
Touching, funny story of childhood in Sweden.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
39
2/5
Outrageous casting & laughs do not a good satire make.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
40
3/5
Great choreography, slight satire.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
41
5/5
Memorable ensemble, dead-on dialogue.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
42
1/5
Let's hope Jack Palance took the money and ran.
Posted Dec 27, 2004
43
B+
Supercop (1996)
Chan's daredevil persona creates a fun but never graphically violent action movie. [published 7-26-96]
Posted Dec 27, 2004
44
2/5
Tom Arnold is no Ernest Borgnine. A profound statement.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
45
3/5
Great score, great singing, but overdramatic thanks to Ross.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
46
D
'Nemesis'? Try 'NUMBesis,' and fight nodding off during the first half.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
47
5/5
Glorified Custer, sure, but Flynn is spectacular.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
48
4/5
Second best version of holiday must-see.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
49
5/5
The Shootist (1976)
Duke's last is valiant, underplayed western.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
50
3/5
Stars funny, sympathetic robot.
Posted Nov 1, 2004