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Fantastica Daily

Fantastica Daily is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Chuck O'Leary, Shirley Klass, Staci Layne Wilson
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Title/Year
Author
1
3/5
Airport '77 (1977)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
2
4/5
Magnum Force (1973)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
3
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
4
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
5
4/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
6
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
7
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
8
2/5
Foxy Brown (1974)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
9
3/5
Meatballs (1979)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
10
0/5
Caligula (1979)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
11
4/5
Straw Dogs (1971)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
12
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
13
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
14
3/5
Mr. Jones (1993)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
15
2/5
Jack's Back (1988)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
16
5/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
17
3/5
Near Dark (1987)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
18
2/5
Greedy (1994)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
19
2/5
Tai-Pan (1986)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
20
2/5
Agnes of God (1985)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
21
1/5
Light It Up (1999)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
22
2/5
Replicant (2001)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
23
2/5
Futureworld (1976)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
24
5/5
Law and Disorder is truly one of the the great, overlooked gems of the 1970s. It's a gritty, funny and well-observed comedy-drama that perfectly captures the urban disillusionment of lower middle-class lives. An absolute must-see.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
25
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
26
2/5
Backbeat (1994)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
27
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
28
2/5
A distasteful comedy with a manipulative main character who's never as charming as the filmmakers intend.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
29
3/5
A disturbing low-budget horror film that doubles as a critique of America's involvement in Vietnam.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
30
3/5
RocketMan (1997)
I was stunned by how much I laughed at Harland Williams' juvenile antics in this silly little comedy.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
31
3/5
Dream Lover (1994)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
32
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
33
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
34
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
35
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
36
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
37
4/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
38
4/5
A riveting sports drama about the hell legendary college football coach Paul "Bear" Bryant called training camp. Tom Berenger is well cast as Bryant.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
39
4/5
2010 (1984)
A vastly underappreciated sequel with a fine lead performance by Roy Scheider. Director Peter Hyams took a huge gamble, and succeeds beautifully.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
40
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
41
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
42
3/5
The Big Bus (1976)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
43
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
44
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
45
3/5
Kings Row (1942)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
46
1/5
Only You (1994)
One of those movies that evaporates from memory the moment you leave the theater.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
47
5/5
Deliverance (1972)
This unnerving outdoor adventure still ranks as the best film of Burt Reynolds' up and down career. And you'll never forget what happens to Ned Beatty.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
48
3/5
Missing (1982)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
49
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
50
4/5
An absorbing character study of a paranoid loner. Hackman is superb.
Posted Oct 9, 2005