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Daily-Reviews is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Dan Jardine, Phil Hall, Scott Weinberg, Shay Casey
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
0.8/5
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Posted Aug 15, 2002
2
3.5/5
3
1.5/5
Unintentionally hilarious at best and extremely amateurish at worst, it is hard to believe that this film was supposedly based on a novel.
Posted Aug 14, 2002
4
3.5/5
[Queen of the Damned]is very campy, but not in a manner that would suggest that it is intentional.
Posted Aug 14, 2002
5
5/5
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Posted Aug 14, 2002
6
2/5
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Posted Aug 14, 2002
7
2/5
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Posted Aug 13, 2002
8
3.5/5
Some of the tortures in this film are quite elaborate (though slightly unfeasible) for being ancient techniques, but they are pulled off very well.
Posted Aug 12, 2002
9
4.5/5
The Beyond is, most certainly, the late Italian horror film guru Lucio Fulci's masterpiece.
Posted Aug 12, 2002
10
4.5/5
Bava and his co-writers have crafted a wonderfully frightening trio of horror stories.
Posted Aug 12, 2002
11
2/5
To give an audience a dull script is one thing, but to not follow it up with some blow-out action is inexcusable.
Posted Aug 12, 2002
12
3.5/5
Shadow Magic (2000)
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Posted Aug 12, 2002
13
4/5
If the first Better Tomorrow made John Woo's presence known, then the second one blew his popularity wide open.
Posted Aug 12, 2002
14
5/5
Now this is what I call an action film!
Posted Aug 12, 2002
15
3.5/5
Though [Argento's] trademark touches here are his sequences of violence and his hand doubling for the killer, the groundwork for his eventual style can be seen taking shape.
Posted Aug 12, 2002
16
2.5/5
Although Black Tight Killers is the epitome of sixties style filmmaking, there is a sense of 'under-production' to the entire film.
Posted Aug 12, 2002
17
3/5
Oxygen (1999)
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Posted Aug 10, 2002
18
5/5
Miami Blues (1990)
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Posted Aug 10, 2002
19
2/5
The Shooting (1967)
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Posted Aug 10, 2002
20
4/5
48 HRS (1982)
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Posted Aug 10, 2002
21
3/5
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Posted Aug 10, 2002
22
0.5/5
Corky Romano (2001)
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Posted Aug 10, 2002
23
3.5/5
Unfortunately, it appears that [Jackie] Chan's US influence is starting to show in his Hong Kong films.
Posted Aug 9, 2002
24
4.5/5
25
4/5
Basket Case (1982)
Why is it that we never see cult movies like this one anymore?
Posted Aug 7, 2002
26
3.5/5
... the excitement generated by the final moments give the series a fitting close and wrap things up very nicely.
Posted Aug 7, 2002
27
5/5
One of the most impressive documentaries I have ever seen for a feature film series...
Posted Aug 7, 2002
28
5/5
Being John Malkovich is without a doubt the most highly original screenplay written this decade.
Posted Aug 7, 2002
29
4/5
While I am happy that the film has been restored, I do find that the narrative tends to ramble on a great deal...
Posted Aug 7, 2002
30
1/5
Rollerball (2002)
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Posted Aug 7, 2002
31
5/5
Perfectly timed, with characters more human than most live actors.
Posted Aug 4, 2002
32
5/5
Videodrome (1983)
Cronenberg crafts a hallucinatory masterpiece, a declaration of faith for cyborg culture.
Posted Aug 4, 2002
33
3/5
Seconds (1966)
Slow moving at times, but when it picks up speed, it is as tense as anything Frankenheimer has done.
Posted Aug 4, 2002
34
3/5
Overall, The Unknown Marx Brothers is worth a look, especially if you can catch it on cable (where it turns up regularly).
Posted Aug 4, 2002
35
3/5
Hart's War (2002)
A perfectly respectable, perfectly inoffensive, easily forgettable film.
Posted Aug 4, 2002
36
3.5/5
The Taste of Others succeeds by allowing its characters to intersect and send one another on unpredictable trajectories.
Posted Aug 4, 2002
37
4/5
Crisply timed and witty. Nobody does high class comedy like Cukor.
Posted Aug 3, 2002
38
0/5
North (1994)
It is every bit as bad as you've heard.
Posted Aug 3, 2002
39
4/5
Lifeboat (1944)
Proof that Hitchcock can make any situation fascinating.
Posted Aug 3, 2002
40
3/5
Vanilla Sky (2001)
... I really can't fault Cameron Crowe's version of the film because he is just taking a plot that already existed and updating it for American audiences...
Posted Aug 3, 2002
41
1.5/5
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Posted Aug 2, 2002
42
4/5
A great romantic comedy that I strongly recommend to anyone that's ever been in love.
Posted Aug 2, 2002
43
2.5/5
Hell Asylum (2002)
Hell Asylum... offers nothing new to the "stalk and slash" horror genre and presents a conceptual problem that is tough to hurdle.
Posted Aug 2, 2002
44
4.5/5
Hidden Fortress' specific effect on modern cinema... can be felt almost from the first frame of film.
Posted Jul 31, 2002
45
3.5/5
As a director, Girard handles the material with a calm hand that the subject matter definitely needs.
Posted Jul 29, 2002
46
1/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2002
47
5/5
The 4th Man is probably the finest of all of [Verhoeven's] films and barely compares to anything else he has done.
Posted Jul 29, 2002
48
4/5
... a film that has not only transcended the controversy that once surrounded it, but also just about every pre-conceived notion about it...
Posted Jul 29, 2002
49
0/5
Very obviously a television movie, Banzai Runner is exactly the type of film that usually keeps me away from movies produced directly for the small screen.
Posted Jul 29, 2002
50
3/5
All of the dialogue has been re-dubbed by the actors during post-production, who always seem to be cut away from before they speak their lines...
Posted Jul 29, 2002