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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
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Title/Year
Author
1
4/5
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Posted Jan 31, 2002
2
4/5
Pariah (1998)
The film causes its audience to be subjected to such brutality and ignorance that one can't help but be disgusted by the events presented within.
Posted Jan 30, 2002
3
3.5/5
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Posted Jan 30, 2002
4
2/5
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Posted Jan 29, 2002
5
2/5
Mixed Nuts (1994)
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Posted Jan 29, 2002
6
3/5
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Posted Jan 28, 2002
7
3/5
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Posted Jan 28, 2002
8
3.5/5
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Posted Jan 26, 2002
9
3.5/5
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Posted Jan 26, 2002
10
3/5
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Posted Jan 25, 2002
11
2.5/5
Jabberwocky (1977)
Jabberwocky actually seems as if it was scraped out of the bottom of a mud filled barrel and deposited in another, larger mud filled barrel.
Posted Jan 23, 2002
12
5/5
As a testament to the film's brilliance, though, old favorites still manage to please...
Posted Jan 23, 2002
13
4/5
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Posted Jan 23, 2002
14
3/5
Is it a good film? On general principles, no. But compared to the first snoozefest, its leaps and bounds above its predecessor.
Posted Jan 22, 2002
15
4/5
[Kevin] Reynolds has actually had the gall to direct a film which relies more on its well written story than it does on cheap gimmickry.
Posted Jan 19, 2002
16
2.5/5
The Enforcer (1976)
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Posted Jan 19, 2002
17
3.5/5
Magnum Force (1973)
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Posted Jan 17, 2002
18
3/5
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Posted Jan 16, 2002
19
3/5
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Posted Jan 16, 2002
20
2/5
Frogtown II (1993)
What all of this amounts to is a sequel filled with characters and locations from the first film that look and act nothing like they once did.
Posted Jan 12, 2002
21
0.5/5
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Posted Jan 12, 2002
22
2.5/5
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Posted Jan 12, 2002
23
0/5
Agent Red (2000)
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Posted Jan 11, 2002
24
2.5/5
...both films boil down to Eddie Murphy reacting to wacky dialogue supplied by various cameo-level stars with only the barest semblance of plot to hold it all together.
Posted Jan 11, 2002
25
5/5
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Posted Jan 11, 2002
26
3/5
Complete or not... Bakshi's take on the world of Middle Earth is far more satisfying than the cheaper kiddie version supplied by Rankin/Bass...
Posted Jan 11, 2002
27
1.5/5
We can proudly agree that it is indeed the most Obvious and Hypocritical comedy of 2001.
Posted Jan 11, 2002
28
4/5
... the stories are so engrossing that one starts to forget that they are even watching an animated feature...
Posted Jan 11, 2002
29
4/5
Grey Gardens (1975)
Indeed, Little Edie is always performing for the camera. This is why the presence of the Maysles is necessary in the film.
Posted Jan 11, 2002
30
3/5
Mad Max (1979)
In comparison with its own sequel, though, the stuff on tap here barely cuts it in terms of excitement.
Posted Jan 11, 2002
31
2.5/5
Unfortunately, despite its interesting change-of-pace script, the film is bogged down with relentless dialogue scenes that tend to kill its hip edge.
Posted Jan 11, 2002
32
1.5/5
Maniac (1980)
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Posted Jan 11, 2002
33
3.5/5
Although I'd be hard pressed to really think of any other odd teamings, the on-screen duo of Tab Hunter and Divine had to be one of the oddest.
Posted Jan 11, 2002
34
5/5
Memento (2000)
To say anymore would give it all away. But even if I did, Memento bears repeating. This is a story about the stories we tell ourselves, and why we tell them.
Posted Jan 11, 2002
35
3.5/5
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Posted Jan 11, 2002
36
2/5
The Hobbit (1978)
I can't complain much about what was removed from the story from book to screen, but I do know a poor telling of a story when I see one.
Posted Jan 11, 2002
37
1.5/5
...so irritating that I almost had to stop watching the film and put the animated versions to rest once and for all.
Posted Jan 11, 2002
38
5/5
Kalifornia (1993)
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Posted Jan 11, 2002
39
3.5/5
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Posted Jan 11, 2002
40
5/5
Donnie Darko (2001)
Donnie Darko is refreshing reassurance that there are still some filmmakers out there with something interesting to say...
Posted Jan 11, 2002
41
3/5
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Posted Jan 11, 2002
42
2/5
Airheads (1994)
Surprisingly unfunny, especially considering the talent of all the actors involved.
Posted Jan 11, 2002
43
4.5/5
This film shows a maturation of the themes Raimi has set up in his previous two films...
Posted Jan 11, 2002
44
3.5/5
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Posted Jan 11, 2002
45
4.5/5
As with Trek II, this film was a delightful moviegoing experience.
Posted Jan 11, 2002
46
4/5
Haunted (1995)
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Posted Jan 11, 2002
47
3.5/5
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Posted Jan 11, 2002
48
4/5
Dirty Harry (1971)
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Posted Jan 11, 2002
49
4/5
If you thought the animation in this film was spectacular on a regular theater screen, then you haven't seen anything yet.
Posted Jan 11, 2002
50
3/5
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Posted Jan 11, 2002