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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
4/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
2
3/5
Cross Creek (1983)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
3
3/5
This sequel is slightly better than its barely-above-average predecessor.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
4
3/5
With Honors (1994)
Obviously inspired by the success of Scent of a Woman, this one could have been called Scent of a Bum.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
5
2/5
Hard Target (1993)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
6
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
7
3/5
The Fog (1979)
Not up to Carpenter's Halloween or The Thing, but a solid, atmospheric suspense film nevertheless.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
8
4/5
House Calls (1978)
A very good comedy full of deft comic performances.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
9
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
10
1/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
11
5/5
Amadeus (1984)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
12
4/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
13
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
14
4/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
15
2/5
Grease 2 (1982)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
16
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
17
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
18
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
19
4/5
Stakeout (1987)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
20
4/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
21
2/5
Speechless (1994)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
22
3/5
A good twisty thriller. The best David Caruso film during his brief tenure as a big-screen leading man.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
23
1/5
Multiplicity (1996)
A desperately unfunny comedy lethargically directed by Harold Ramis, and boringly acted by Michael Keaton.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
24
3/5
The Cowboys (1972)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
25
4/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
26
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
27
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
28
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
29
2/5
Liv Tyler is radiant, but the film itself suffers from the same self-indulgence that always hampers Bertolucci's work.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
30
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
31
5/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
32
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
33
2/5
The Swarm (1978)
Why do the killer bees sting everyone except leading players Michael Caine and Katherine Ross?
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
2/5
Reynolds' performance as a tough former cop accused of murder is the best thing about this mediocre Jagged Edge wannabe.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
38
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
39
4/5
The End (1978)
Burt Reynolds directs and stars in this wonderful black comedy about a neurotic dying man. Dom DeLuise provides some hysterically funny moments as a zany mental patient.
Posted Oct 9, 2005
40
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
41
2/5
Tom & Viv (1994)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
42
2/5
The Big Town (1987)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
43
4/5
The Incident (1967)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
44
2/5
Safe Passage (1995)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
45
3/5
Vital Signs (1990)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
46
4/5
Crumb (1995)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
47
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
48
2/5
The Kiss (1988)
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
49
2/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005
50
3/5
Tattoo (1981)
An effectively creepy psychological thriller with Bruce Dern at his unhinged best.
Posted Oct 9, 2005