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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
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
2
3/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
3
4/5
Salem's Lot (1979)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
4
5/5
The Exorcist (1973)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
5
4/5
White Sands (1992)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
6
3/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
7
4/5
Pale Rider (1985)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
8
3/5
Love Story (1970)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
9
2/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
10
3/5
Cookie (1989)
A slight but amiable mob comedy. Emily Lloyd is very appealing as the title character.
Posted Oct 10, 2005
11
3/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
12
4/5
A terrific seriocomic crime caper that nobody knew how to sell. Often feels like a 1970s movie that somehow ended up in 1989.
Posted Oct 10, 2005
13
3/5
Da (1988)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
14
3/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
15
3/5
Howards End (1992)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
16
2/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
17
2/5
Shaft (1971)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
18
3/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
19
2/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
20
3/5
Making Love (1982)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
21
2/5
Infinity (1996)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
22
3/5
Doesn't have as many big laughs as the classic 1981 original, but the characters are still likable enough for this to merit a passing grade.
Posted Oct 10, 2005
23
4/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
24
3/5
Working Girl (1988)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
25
3/5
Burt Reynolds single-handedly saves The Hunter's Moon in a performance of smoldering intensity as a fearsome Depression-era mountain man.
Posted Oct 10, 2005
26
4/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
27
1/5
Mr. Wrong (1996)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
28
1/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
29
3/5
Firefox (1982)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
30
2/5
A forgettable sequel to Seagal's best movie.
Posted Oct 10, 2005
31
5/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
32
2/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
33
3/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
34
4/5
A crackerjack hostage drama that's well directed by Michael Cimino, gorgeously shot by cinematographer Doug Milsome, and acted with fierce intensity by Rourke and Hopkins.
Posted Oct 10, 2005
35
4/5
Piranha (1978)
A great piece of B moviemaking. An absolute blast that's wickedly funny while still generating nail-biting suspense.
Posted Oct 10, 2005
36
3/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
37
4/5
A tough, gritty and occasionally sadistic police thriller with director/star Burt Reynolds in peak form.
Posted Oct 10, 2005
38
0/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
39
4/5
A tightly wound, consistently intense and refreshingly uncompromising thriller that's the kind of superior B movie Hollywood used to make all the time.
Posted Oct 10, 2005
40
1/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
41
4/5
City of Hope (1991)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
42
3/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
43
2/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
44
2/5
Texasville (1991)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
45
4/5
Stick (1985)
The unfairly maligned Stick is actually a very good underworld thriller with Burt Reynolds at his absolute coolest.
Posted Oct 10, 2005
46
2/5
Flashback (1990)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
47
3/5
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
48
2/5
Protocol (1984)
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Posted Oct 10, 2005
49
5/5
Vintage Walter Hill. Mean and tough with vivid characterizations, intense confrontations and hard-edged action galore.
Posted Oct 10, 2005
50
3/5
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Posted Oct 9, 2005