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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
5/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
2
4/5
Dillinger (1973)
An authentic, highly entertaining gangster film with lots of exciting gunplay.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
3
3/5
Thunderball (1965)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
4
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
5
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
6
2/5
Death Game (1977)
A bizarre exploitation movie with a dubbed Seymour Cassel being held hostage by two lesbians.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
7
2/5
1984 (1984)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
8
4/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
9
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
10
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
11
4/5
Grand Canyon (1991)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
12
4/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
13
3/5
The Grey Fox (1982)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
14
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
15
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
16
0/5
Crazy People (1990)
An abysmal, painfully unfunny comedy.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
17
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
18
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
19
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
20
3/5
Rio Bravo (1959)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
21
4/5
Under Fire (1983)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
22
1/5
Shocker (1989)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
23
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
24
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
25
3/5
Insomnia (1998)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
26
5/5
Without hesitation my No. 1 favorite of all time. At once a comedy and a tragedy, hilarious and heartbreaking, few films have ever achieved such a level of excellence.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
27
4/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
28
1/5
Dead Heat (1988)
A real stinker in 1988, and it hasn't improved with age.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
29
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
30
4/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
31
4/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
32
4/5
Another fascinating true-crime drama by the underestimated Richard Fleischer. A cast against type Tony Curtis is excellent as killer Albert DeSalvo.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
33
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
34
3/5
An underrated CIA thriller directed by Sam Peckinpah with lots of quirky offhand moments.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
35
3/5
Cop (1988)
A lurid police procedural with James Woods at his manic best.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
36
2/5
633 Squadron (1964)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
37
3/5
Not as strong as the first three Dirty Harry movies, but this fourth one has enough classic Harry Callahan moments to make it a worthy addition to the series.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
38
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
39
4/5
Colors (1988)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
40
2/5
What begins as watchable quickly degenerates into a no-brain action flick that produces a ton of derisive laughter.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
41
4/5
Torn Curtain (1966)
One of Mr. Hitchcock's most underrated efforts.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
42
5/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
43
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
44
2/5
Star Kid (1997)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
45
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
46
3/5
Under Siege (1992)
A big step above Seagal's usual dreck thanks to skillful direction by Andrew Davis and strong villains played by Tommy Lee Jones and Gary Busey.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
47
0/5
As vulgar and obnoxious as its star. One of the very worst films of 1990.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
48
2/5
One of those movies that's a nailbiter for a little kid, but laughable when revisted as an adult.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
49
3/5
Sliver (1993)
A glossy, trashy psychological thriller that manages to entertain despite a reshot ending which is too abrupt.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
50
3/5
Fitzcarraldo (1982)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005