Planet Sick-Boy - Rotten Tomatoes

Planet Sick-Boy

Planet Sick-Boy is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Jon Popick
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
The Magician (2010)
Plays much longer than the 98 minute running time.
Posted Oct 15, 2005
2
Tough to follow.
Posted Oct 13, 2005
3
4/10
It's easy to tell what Crowe's intention was - remaking Smoke Signals while pretending he was David Gordon Green.
Posted Oct 13, 2005
4
6/10
Domino (2005)
Could have...no, should have been a hyper-exciting blend of violence, drama, sex, and celebrity craziness. Instead, though, it's just hyper.
Posted Oct 13, 2005
5
5/10
In Her Shoes (2005)
One has to applaud the insightfulness of director Curtis Hanson and his decision to use Garbage's "Stupid Girl" to open his latest disappointment.
Posted Oct 6, 2005
6
5/10
Below water, these cretins have to keep their yaps shut, and you can concentrate on the film's true features: Some beautiful photography and the real treasure -- Alba's booty.
Posted Sep 29, 2005
7
8/10
Serenity (2005)
Whedon's direction is no letdown.
Posted Sep 29, 2005
8
8/10
The Maturation of David Cronenberg enters Stage II with the crafting something that can easily stand among the best pictures of the year.
Posted Sep 27, 2005
9
Another year, another minimal but solid offering from François Ozon
Posted Sep 26, 2005
10
Citizen Dog (2004)
A Thai version of Amélie.
Posted Sep 24, 2005
11
The story, after being quite intriguing, becomes more and more of a letdown (and less and less believable) as the end draws closer.
Posted Sep 24, 2005
12
Lie with Me (2005)
Shot and edited nicely, and features a strong and quite brave performance from Lauren Lee Smith.
Posted Sep 24, 2005
13
14
Gabrielle (2006)
I'm not sure I've seen two people this unlikable since Affleck and J.Lo were together.
Posted Sep 24, 2005
15
Isolation (2006)
Will the movie, which was actually quite cool and stylish for the first half, turn into a typical sci-fi/horror/slasher flick? Yes.
Posted Sep 24, 2005
16
Couldn't get into this one.
Posted Sep 24, 2005
17
L'Enfant (2006)
There was a lot of grumbling after L'Enfant was screened for critics.
Posted Sep 24, 2005
18
You don't expect this kind of thing from a comedy, unless it was made by the Coen brothers.
Posted Sep 24, 2005
19
5/10
Oliver Twist (2005)
The roles must have been filled when the casting director was whacked out on prescription cough syrup.
Posted Sep 22, 2005
20
Dear Wendy (2005)
The best picture of the year (so far).
Posted Sep 22, 2005
21
Zozo (2005)
A rare example of a coming-of-age picture that didn't irritate and bore me.
Posted Sep 17, 2005
22
Hands down, the best conclusion to a trilogy, and easily the best triptych since the original Star Wars.
Posted Sep 17, 2005
23
Totally drops the ball.
Posted Sep 17, 2005
24
It's all pretty melodramatic.
Posted Sep 16, 2005
25
One word: Amazing.
Posted Sep 16, 2005
26
Hostel (2006)
A gory, bloody, disgusting good time.
Posted Sep 16, 2005
27
Didn't really do too much for me.
Posted Sep 16, 2005
28
Transamerica (2006)
I was watching the real Felicity Huffman, but had no idea.
Posted Sep 16, 2005
29
Mrs. Harris (2005)
Another shrill, irritating performance from Annette Bening.
Posted Sep 16, 2005
30
The Matador (2006)
This occasionally stylish effort from writer/director Richard Shepard just can't make up for its lightweight script.
Posted Sep 16, 2005
31
Practically guaranteed to sell more soundtracks than it does box office tickets.
Posted Sep 16, 2005
32
The highlight here is watching Dave hand out Golden Tickets to average people he ran into while doing his day-to-day in Dayton.
Posted Sep 15, 2005
33
It's hard to tell which negative will alienate audiences more.
Posted Sep 15, 2005
34
Really funny stuff, especially if you're into British humor, or appreciate lots of inside jokes about the filmmaking process.
Posted Sep 15, 2005
35
A biopic that is neither overly long (see Ray) nor slave to a paint-by-numbers format (see Ray).
Posted Sep 15, 2005
36
Bee Season (2005)
May have blown me away if its driving force wasn't rooted in the secrets of Kabbalah, which instead made me feel like I was being brainwashed with a cult recruitment film
Posted Sep 15, 2005
37
Michael Cuesta and screenwriter Anthony Cipriano knock this one clear out of the park.
Posted Sep 15, 2005
38
Takeshis' (2005)
I love Takeshi Kitano's films, but around the one-hour mark, I started wondering about the writer/director/editor/star's mental well being
Posted Sep 15, 2005
39
Caché (2005)
A disturbing, edge-of-your-seat thriller . . . in which nothing particularly frightening or shocking happens.
Posted Sep 15, 2005
40
Bangkok Loco (2004)
I don't know what they're smoking over there in Thailand, but somebody might want to check that country's water supply.
Posted Sep 15, 2005
41
Tideland (2006)
If anyone out there had their fingers crossed that Terry Gilliam would make a movie crazier that Fear & Loathing in Las Vegas, then this is their lucky day.
Posted Sep 14, 2005
42
Revolver (2005)
Really nice on the eyes, but this will make your brain hurt. I don't think repeated viewings will clarify anything, either.
Posted Sep 14, 2005
43
Despite the predictability of the script, I got a little misty at the end.
Posted Sep 14, 2005
44
Manderlay (2006)
Lars Von Trier's second of three proposed films about America being stupid is much shorter, has a much higher body count, and more sex than the first did.
Posted Sep 14, 2005
45
Bubble (2006)
Anybody looking for Ocean's Thirteen is going to be sorely disappointed.
Posted Sep 14, 2005
46
Just when you thought there weren't any more reasons to hate America.
Posted Sep 14, 2005
47
Even if you can't get into Johnston's music (count me in that group), this is to be filed under "must-see."
Posted Sep 14, 2005
48
You never get a false moment in a Jim McKay film.
Posted Sep 14, 2005
49
Very, very funny, and very, very wrong.
Posted Sep 10, 2005
50
L'Enfer (2005)
Gave me goose-bumps from both its content and its quality.
Posted Sep 10, 2005