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Daily-Reviews

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
5/5
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Posted Jul 29, 2002
2
4/5
... one of the most intriguing screenplays of 1999 and a sense of style that informs the language of the film without overwhelming it in self-consciousness.
Posted Jul 29, 2002
3
2/5
Def-Con 4 (1985)
... it starts out with a great premise... [but] rapidly degenerates into the same type of low-budget post-apocalyptic film that dominated the world during the 80's.
Posted Jul 28, 2002
4
0/5
What do you get when you cross a bevy of truck stop waitresses with Ed Wood and some "dog stories"? See Orgy of the Dead to find out.
Posted Jul 28, 2002
5
2/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
6
3/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
7
1/5
Pocahontas (1995)
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
8
1/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
9
4/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
10
4/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
11
3/5
Full Contact (1992)
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
12
1/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
13
0/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
14
5/5
Fantasia (1940)
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
15
2/5
Desecration (1999)
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
16
3/5
Superfly (1972)
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
17
3/5
El Diablo (1990)
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
18
4/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
19
4/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
20
4/5
Slugs (1987)
One of the best bad movies of all time (even funnier than Plan 9 From Outer Space)
Posted Jul 28, 2002
21
3/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
22
4/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
23
4/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
24
2/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
25
2/5
Jackie Chan wisely avoided associating himself with this waste of Chris Farley's talent.
Posted Jul 28, 2002
26
2/5
Blankman (1994)
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
27
3/5
Essex Boys (2000)
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
28
3/5
Blood Diner (1987)
Hilarious homage to Herschell Gordon Lewis, seen through the twisted eyes of the director of the Unknown Comic movie, Night Patrol.
Posted Jul 28, 2002
29
4/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
30
2/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
31
1/5
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Posted Jul 28, 2002
32
3/5
100% Arabica (2000)
The film opens with what seems like a take-off on the opening moments of Police Academy 4: Citizens on Patrol...
Posted Jul 27, 2002
33
3/5
Blue Juice (1995)
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Posted Jul 27, 2002
34
3.5/5
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Posted Jul 27, 2002
35
1/5
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Posted Jul 27, 2002
36
2/5
... multiple instances of "Disneyesque" antics that are typical of their live-action fare, such as characters getting bitten in the butt or baked into wedding cakes...
Posted Jul 27, 2002
37
3/5
Blowback (1999)
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Posted Jul 27, 2002
38
4.5/5
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Posted Jul 27, 2002
39
4/5
Safe (1995)
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Posted Jul 27, 2002
40
2.5/5
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Posted Jul 27, 2002
41
1.5/5
The Blackout (1997)
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Posted Jul 27, 2002
42
3.5/5
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Posted Jul 25, 2002
43
3/5
Left Luggage (2001)
Still, Left Luggage usually gets it right, and if the allegory often gets pushy, the performers keep things on track.
Posted Jul 24, 2002
44
3.5/5
I just saw this movie... well, it's probably not accurate to call it a movie.
Posted Jul 21, 2002
45
4/5
Terrific action sequences, seamless special effects, devilishly underhanded humor, and an excellent supporting cast.
Posted Jul 18, 2002
46
3/5
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Posted Jul 18, 2002
47
1.5/5
Crocodile (2000)
Before I begin, I would like to formally dedicate this review in memorium to the career of Tobe Hooper.
Posted Jul 18, 2002
48
3.5/5
Anguish (1988)
Bigas Luna's self reflective script provides an excellent way for the film audience viewing it to see themselves in a way that they might not normally be seen.
Posted Jul 18, 2002
49
1/5
At this point in the series, there is nothing that can save it.
Posted Jul 18, 2002
50
0/5
Just how many times do these demons think they can scare people by turning up the oven?
Posted Jul 18, 2002