Apollo Guide - Rotten Tomatoes

Apollo Guide

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Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
83/100
Homicide (1991)
The experience of spending time with the 'Homicide' team is so pleasurable that it's disappointing to be reminded of the stringent requirements of "plot" and "resolution."
Posted Dec 12, 2017
2
80/100
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Posted Jan 22, 2013
3
58/100
Capable, believable performances cannot make up for a plot that is simply not there.
Posted Oct 17, 2012
4
58/100
Bodywork (1998)
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Posted Apr 4, 2011
5
31/100
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Posted Apr 4, 2011
6
69/100
Stranded (2001)
Quote not available.
Posted Apr 4, 2011
7
18/100
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Posted Apr 4, 2011
8
24/100
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Posted Apr 4, 2011
9
77/100
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Posted Apr 4, 2011
10
42/100
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Posted Apr 4, 2011
11
21/100
It's hard to imagine anyone finding this movie entertaining.
Posted Apr 4, 2011
12
71/100
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Posted Apr 4, 2011
13
64/100
Jack Frost (1998)
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Posted Apr 4, 2011
14
38/100
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Posted Apr 4, 2011
15
33/100
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Posted Apr 4, 2011
16
59/100
Chicks, Man (1999)
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Posted Apr 4, 2011
17
55/100
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Posted Mar 29, 2011
18
74/100
The result is a pretty standard old-style Disney story -- of damsel up against exotic challenges -- that's very nicely spiced up by its unique setting.
Posted Oct 16, 2010
19
20/100
Cypress Edge (2001)
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Posted Aug 25, 2010
20
93/100
Red Beard (1965)
Something for everyone. A masterpiece, and with Kurosawa that's really saying something.
Posted Apr 23, 2010
21
53/100
I never thought the day would come where I'd wish I were watching Scooby-Doo rather than what's actually onscreen.
Posted Apr 8, 2010
22
78/100
Funny, eccentric and great-looking, Fantastic Mr. Fox is utterly unique and highly entertaining.
Posted Apr 6, 2010
23
71/100
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Posted Feb 24, 2010
24
83/100
Xavier Dolan has done at 19 what most of us will never accomplish: produce a legitimate work of art that communicates to us in innovative, challenging and affecting ways.
Posted Feb 4, 2010
25
73/100
If you've got the slightest interest in Jackson's music, then this is the movie for you. If you want to learn the truth about the icon, then you're looking at the wrong film.
Posted Jan 29, 2010
26
87/100
27
63/100
28
63/100
Surrogates (2009)
Sure, it's made capably, in a technical sense. But it's banal, utterly predictable and often quite stupid.
Posted Jan 19, 2010
29
88/100
30
73/100
Peter Jackson is anything but a good fit to direct this story, as his well-intentioned efforts at conveying transcendence sometimes look and feel phony.
Posted Jan 15, 2010
31
71/100
Extract (2009)
Mike Judge's nuggets are often enjoyable enough for us to want to ignore the fact that Extract really doesn't work particularly well in its totality.
Posted Jan 12, 2010
32
89/100
Chop Shop (2008)
33
82/100
34
80/100
35
89/100
36
76/100
37
85/100
Up (2009)
One of Pixar's most emotionally satisfying creations.
Posted Dec 28, 2009
38
68/100
39
55/100
Cloverfield (2008)
40
73/100
Bruno (2009)
You can watch Bruno purely as outrageousness or you can view it while pondering where the line is - or should be - between incisive social commentary and misanthropy.
Posted Nov 18, 2009
41
81/100
42
86/100
Up (2009)
A joyous, wacky, sometimes bittersweet story of love, loss and making your dreams come true, Up does what Pixar movies usually do %u2013 it far exceeds our expectations.
Posted Nov 13, 2009
43
68/100
I'm mystified by those who find these characters appealing.
Posted Nov 6, 2009
44
69/100
The Proposal (2009)
It's not awful, certainly not memorable and - despite the words of at least one quote whore - it's not "the year's best comedy."
Posted Nov 2, 2009
45
57/100
Commando (1985)
46
85/100
Defiance (2009)
47
80/100
48
66/100
Chéri (2009)
Scene after scene unfolds, with colourful costumes, attractive sets, knowing glances and innuendo, but also a feeling that this is a pedestrian read-through of a stage play.
Posted Oct 16, 2009
49
62/100
Untraceable (2008)
50
64/100
Clearly, one person's authentic homage is another person's overwrought teeth-gnashing fest, as Branagh's film never hesitates to slop on the melodramatic mustard.
Posted Oct 14, 2009