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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
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/5
The Hunter (1980)
Some great stuntwork highlights Steve McQueen's final film.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
2
4/5
The Driver (1978)
A terrific neo-noir that was sadly dumped by its studio in the summer of 1978. Filled with exciting car chases and cynical, hard-boiled exchanges.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
3
3/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
4
3/5
A genuinely upsetting film that's guaranteed to make you more paranoid.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
5
3/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
6
1/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
7
3/5
Malone (1987)
Burt is in top form in this predictable, but watchable modernization of Shane.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
8
2/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
9
1/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
10
3/5
Paradise (1991)
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
11
2/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
12
3/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
13
3/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
14
3/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
15
3/5
Grizzly (1976)
A serviceable Jaws ripoff that was perfect '70s drive-in fare.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
16
2/5
The Hunger (1983)
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
17
2/5
Catch-22 (1970)
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
18
4/5
Stripes (1981)
The first hour of Stripes is side-splittingly hilarious. Unfortunately, it fizzles a bit once Warren Oates' Sgt. "The Big Toe" Hulka disappears.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
19
2/5
Sonny (2002)
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
20
4/5
Hard Times (1975)
Walter Hill's first film as a director is spare, elegiac and as tough as a nickel steak.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
21
4/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
22
3/5
Delivers a surprising amount of laughs. A guilty pleasure much like Edwards' much-maligned Curse of (1983).
Posted Oct 21, 2005
23
3/5
A very effective low-budget Deliverance ripoff. Up there with Piranha, The Evil and Capone as one of Roger Corman's most entertaining productions.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
24
3/5
The best Death Wish movie since the first. There's more plot this time, and the bazooka finale won't be forgotten.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
25
4/5
Jaws 2 (1978)
A vastly underrated sequel with plenty of shocks and nail-biting tension. Not quite up to the original, but still loads of fun.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
26
2/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
27
8/10
The Birdcage (1996)
If you like to laugh and laugh hard, don't miss this one. It's a genuine hoot.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
28
5/5
A completely engaging, thoroughly entertaining romantic comedy structured entirely on the strength of its main characters. One of the ten-best of 1989.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
29
2/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
30
1/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
31
5/5
The Bounty (1984)
Hopkins brilliant perfomance adds complexity to Captain Bligh, and this intense and intelligent historical adventure is the third and best film version of the famous mutiny.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
32
3/5
The Gauntlet (1977)
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
33
3/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
34
1/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
35
2/5
Fresh Horses (1988)
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
36
1/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
37
3/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
38
0/5
Black Mask (1997)
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
39
2/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
40
3/5
The Betsy (1978)
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
41
3/5
They Live (1988)
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
42
4/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
43
1/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
44
3/5
Martin (1977)
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
45
5/5
One of the most disturbing, thought-provoking and funniest films of the 1980s. This underappreciated Scorsese great is more relevant today than ever.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
46
2/5
Phenomenon (1996)
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
47
3/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
48
1/5
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Posted Oct 21, 2005
49
5/5
As fierce as it is funny. Rarely does does a film sustain such a fever pitch of dramatic intensity. One of the very best of 1992.
Posted Oct 21, 2005
50
2/5
The Crazies (1973)
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Posted Oct 21, 2005