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Radio Free Entertainment

Radio Free Entertainment is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Andrew Manning
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
7/10
Soul Plane (2004)
2
8/10
Shrek 2 (2004)
3
9/10
4
6/10
5
8.5/10
Quiet, solemn, and introspective, Lost in Translation conveys so much emotion with so few words.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
6
6/10
21 Grams (2003)
A trio of noteworthy performances from Watts, Del Toro, and Penn is countered by lengthy, drawn-out, non-linear storytelling that guts the film's dramatic impact.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
7
7.5/10
A balanced tale of the American Dream gone awry, made compelling by outstanding performances from Kingsley and Connelly.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
8
7.5/10
Underworld (2003)
Leather-clad Kate Beckinsale is smokin' hot in this stylish, action-packed showdown between the denizens of the dark.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
9
6.5/10
Bad Santa (2003)
Tony Cox as a hilarious, pint-sized guttermouth is the main attraction of this movie, which is somewhat more depressing than the trailers would have you believe.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
10
5/10
Stuck on You (2003)
Typical Farrelly Brothers material--no more, no less.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
11
8/10
Despite the awful history of parent/child switching movies, Freaky Friday strikes gold with funny, first-rate performances from Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
12
4/10
13
4/10
Cabin Fever (2002)
Hardly the horror masterpiece that far too many people are making it out to be.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
14
6.5/10
Consistently amusing, despite being formulaic and occasionally sappy.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
15
8.5/10
Finding Nemo (2003)
As the voice of the forgetful Dory, Ellen DeGeneres shows us how Memento could have been a comedy in this entertaining and visually stunning family flick.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
16
1.5/10
I remember watching The Smurfs on TV as a kid--that doesn't mean I want to see a film with 100 shirtless, singing idiots that have been dipped in blue paint.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
17
4/10
It is virtually impossible to watch The Master of Disguise and not feel embarrassed for stars Dana Carvey, Jennifer Esposito, and Brent Spiner.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
18
7/10
Though generally overrated, it's a good start to what will undoubtedly become an epic film franchise.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
19
8.5/10
Training Day (2001)
20
3.5/10
Aaliyah steals the show as a villainous vampiric vixen in an otherwise ludicrous waste of a story.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
21
8/10
Pitch Black (2000)
A solid entry in the genre of science fiction horror.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
22
2/10
Juwanna Mann (2002)
Bogus and wickedly unoriginal.
Posted Jan 15, 2004
23
7.5/10
24
3/10
Dreamcatcher (2003)
25
6/10
26
6/10
Basic (2003)
27
6/10
28
2/10
Wrong Turn (2003)
If giggling hillbillies fuel your nightmares, then there's a chance you'll be rendered sleepless by this inept, wannabe horror flick.
Posted Sep 9, 2003
29
5.5/10
Its inclusion of Eugene Levy and the novelty of Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels impressions give this sequel an edge on its overrated predecessor.
Posted Sep 9, 2003
30
5/10
Unintentionally comical like a bad '70s slasher flick, but also enthralling in a circus freak show sort of way.
Posted Sep 9, 2003
31
8.5/10
32
6/10
Phone Booth (2003)
Farrell and Sutherland deliver such strong performances that it's easy to overlook the script's melodramatic dialogue and insane lapses of reality.
Posted Sep 9, 2003
33
6/10
Identity (2003)
Highly compelling, until the story's major revelation makes you feel totally cheated.
Posted Sep 9, 2003
34
8/10
35
5.5/10
Chow Yun-Fat delivers stylish action and finally shows American audiences a sense of humor, but watching Stifler get his kung fu on is just a little too hard to swallow.
Posted Sep 9, 2003
36
4/10
Daredevil (2003)
Ben Affleck as a superhero: isn't this inherently ill-conceived?
Posted Sep 9, 2003
37
5/10
Angelina Jolie returns as video game vixen Lara Croft in a by-the-numbers sequel that is weaker than the original.
Posted Sep 9, 2003
38
6/10
39
4.5/10
40
2.5/10
41
5/10
A remarkably average heist flick that's entertaining, but completely devoid of surprises and major thrills.
Posted Sep 9, 2003
42
6.5/10
Steve Martin, Queen Latifah, and Eugene Levy manage to squeeze laughs out of a totally generic, manufactured script that's drowning in odd couple formula.
Posted Sep 9, 2003
43
6.5/10
Femme Fatale (2002)
Rebecca Romijn's sexy performance will no doubt mercifully distract some viewers from the silly story, overblown melodrama, and general cheesiness.
Posted Sep 9, 2003
44
7/10
Insomnia (2002)
45
8.5/10
Robin Williams' manic energy is put to perfect use in this amusing and twisted comedy.
Posted Sep 9, 2003
46
7.5/10
47
4/10
Hulk (2003)
48
4.5/10
The Core (2003)
49
7/10
50
6/10