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Pajiba

Pajiba is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Eric D. Snider, Kristy Puchko, Nathaniel Rogers, Rebecca Pahle
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
The Nest (2002)
2
Palindromes (2004)
3
Sin City (2005)
4
5
6
Spencer (2001)
7
8
4/5
Orlando (1992)
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Posted May 3, 2005
9
3/5
An overrated potboiler with effectively horrific battle scenes but a too-easy duel between good and evil father figures.
Posted May 3, 2005
10
3/5
The earliest and least successful pairing of Hepburn and Grant, Sylvia Scarlett is of interest to their diehard fans but not to many others.
Posted May 3, 2005
11
4/5
Malice (1993)
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Posted May 3, 2005
12
4/5
Matador (1986)
Among the most perverse of Almodovar's films, Matador's characters are so desperate to feel alive that death becomes the ultimate turn-on.
Posted May 3, 2005
13
4/5
F/X (1986)
A charmingly lo-fi '80s neo-noir that holds up better than most of its competition.
Posted May 3, 2005
14
3/5
Ringu (Ring) (1998)
The predecessor to the Hollywood blockbuster The Ring, Hideo Nakata's low-budget original packs some scares but skimps on characterization.
Posted May 3, 2005
15
3/5
Get Real (1999)
A by-the-numbers coming-out flick that's rescued by a bit of insight into human nature and some heartfelt performances.
Posted May 3, 2005
16
4/5
Blackmail (1929)
Slight but entertaining, Hitchcock's last silent film/first talkie (it was released both ways) is today largely a historical curiosity, but still worth seeing.
Posted May 3, 2005
17
1/5
Despite a few good actors (Lily Tomlin, Chloris Leachman) and a director with some good work under her belt, it's as bad as you'd expect, possibly worse.
Posted May 3, 2005
18
4/5
Grisham interpreted through Altman's sensability is Grisham made richer, more comic, and less predictable in its easy duality.
Posted May 3, 2005
19
5/5
The Grifters (1990)
Frears' adaptation transmutes Jim Thompson's classic pulp novel into Greek tragedy.
Posted May 3, 2005
20
5/5
Among the finest of the screwball "comedies of remarriage," The Awful Truth showcases Grant and Dunne at their most winning.
Posted May 3, 2005
21
5/5
Altman's brilliant deconstruction of the Western is a classic, one of his most assured works.
Posted May 3, 2005
22
23
Eros (2004)
24
Be Cool (2005)
25
26
Boogeyman (2005)
27
28
Constantine (2005)
29
30
31
32
The Ring Two (2005)
33
34
35
Alexander (2004)
36
Robots (2005)