Kansas City Kansan - Rotten Tomatoes

Kansas City Kansan

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/5
Eerie Price programmer.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
2
A
The final act's battle scene is the most spectacular medieval type ever filmed. (Pubished 1-3-03)
Posted Nov 1, 2004
3
5/5
Unforgiven (1992)
Revisionist Eastwood western is terrific on all counts.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
4
3/5
One of series' best.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
5
3/5
Different take on Alamo legend/event with Glenn Ford.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
6
2/5
Best forgotten George Maharis thriller; weak John Sturges.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
7
4/5
Ethnic mice plus fascist cats in groundbreaking animation.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
8
4/5
Garbo speaks again in one of her best.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
9
3/5
Passable Disney sequel.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
10
2/5
Jamaica Inn (1939)
Erratic effort by master Hitchcock.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
11
3/5
Passionate DeMille silent spectacle.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
12
1/5
Sex and violence cheapie is pain in the plunging neckline.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
13
3/5
Soldier Blue (1970)
1970's message movie is one of first pro Native American.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
14
3/5
Get Carter (1971)
THIS is the good version of the crime saga.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
15
2/5
Even as kids movie, weak A&C.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
16
5/5
Agnes Browne (1999)
Great characterizations with Anjelica Huston giving bravura performance.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
17
3/5
Gaudy, outrageous...it's John Waters!
Posted Nov 1, 2004
18
4/5
Cleopatra (1934)
DeMille at his most DeMille.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
19
3/5
OK direct to video release, no where near the original.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
20
B+
Chicago (2002)
This could jump start movie musicals.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
21
2/5
Pretty ghastly overall, some chills.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
22
5/5
Classic Capra and Cooper still makes statements.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
23
3/5
The Pirate (1948)
Brilliantly conceived box office failure with Judy and Gene.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
24
2/5
Enough of the Bears already! Even Matthau bailed out.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
25
3/5
Hellfighters (1968)
Blazingly colorful Duke Wayne actioner.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
26
3/5
Tuneful, danceful, full of laughs too--fun MGM series entry.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
27
3/5
Bedlam (1946)
Creepy doings with Karloff amok in asylum.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
28
B+
On the surface, a dreary, knuckles-down tale of a working class London family.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
29
3/5
Raucous football tale with effective Nolte.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
30
3/5
Lesser known Price yarn has its moments.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
31
2/5
As the cave wall says, stay with the book.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
32
0/5
Eegah (1962)
Eegah indeed!
Posted Nov 1, 2004
33
3/5
Pretty controversial in its time; see it for Redford and Wood.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
34
3/5
Weak Capra light drama does have Sinatra and Edward G.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
35
A
Great work by Jack Nicholson in the title role plus Kathy Bates, Hope Davis and Dermot Mulroney at the tempered hand of writer/director Alexander Payne.
Posted Nov 1, 2004
36
3/5
Tasteless, one-joke sex comedy.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
37
2/5
Legionnaire (1998)
So-so, granulated Foreign Legion adventure.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
38
3/5
Dragonheart (1996)
Exciting fantasy flick has Connery voicing the dragon.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
39
B-
Period dress, set design, manners and acting are fine--as is Mike Newell's direction. If only the script was less predictable.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
40
1/5
Men in monster suits rule, it appears.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
41
3/5
Sure it's cheesy, but it's so watchable.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
42
4/5
Starman (1984)
Early Jeff Bridges starrer is fun sci-fi.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
43
1/5
Even more awful considering the wasted talents.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
44
4/5
We're still in the money watching this Depression era classic.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
45
3/5
Flashdance (1983)
Step-setter of its time.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
46
5/5
Hilarious six by the master comedian.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
47
B
The performances are a bit too underplayed to suit me, but the melancholy film is both funny and fascinating.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
48
5/5
Almost seems like a documentary in look, action, acting. A Huston gem.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
49
5/5
Holiday classic still charms.
Posted Oct 30, 2004
50
A
Who would think a fight over real estate would be so fascinating, so gut wrenching to watch?
Posted Oct 30, 2004