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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
4/5
Road Games (1981)
The best thing you can say about Road Games is that Hitch would have thoroughly enjoyed its blend of slick suspense and twisted humor.
Posted Dec 2, 2003
2
2.5/5
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Posted Nov 29, 2003
3
3.5/5
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Posted Nov 29, 2003
4
2/5
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Posted Nov 20, 2003
5
3.5/5
The Duellists is really all about the duel itself, that fascinating, beautiful, and empty gesture through which these men define themselves.
Posted Nov 11, 2003
6
4/5
The Howling (1981)
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Posted Nov 7, 2003
7
3/5
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Posted Nov 7, 2003
8
3.5/5
For those still feeling burned by the heat generated from our own presidential election, Secret Ballot may be just the thing to put it all in perspective.
Posted Nov 6, 2003
9
5/5
The Pianist (2002)
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Posted Nov 5, 2003
10
3/5
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Posted Nov 4, 2003
11
2.5/5
The Criminal (2002)
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Posted Nov 4, 2003
12
0.5/5
976-EVIL (1989)
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Posted Nov 1, 2003
13
1/5
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Posted Oct 29, 2003
14
3.5/5
Kilimanjaro has been more talked about by Europeans than actually seen. Pity really, because this quiescent volcano at the heart of East Africa is a marvel.
Posted Oct 29, 2003
15
5/5
What makes Roger Rabbit so successful is that it never feels like a gimmick film.
Posted Oct 26, 2003
16
2/5
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Posted Oct 26, 2003
17
4/5
Dagon (2001)
The simple fact that the film is successful - scary and funny and atmospheric - under such cramped circumstances, is a testament to Gordon's talents as a director.
Posted Oct 24, 2003
18
4.0/5.0
Dreamcatcher (2003)
Morgan Freeman's eyebrows... I know his character went crazy but that doesn't mean your EYEBROWS go crazy.
Posted Oct 18, 2003
19
2/5
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Posted Oct 14, 2003
20
4/5
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Posted Oct 14, 2003
21
3.5/5
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Posted Oct 14, 2003
22
4/5
23
2/5
Intervista (1984)
There is little here that we have not seen before, and even the Maestro (as his crew calls him) knows he is treading water.
Posted Oct 9, 2003
24
2.5/5
25
3.5/5
Traffic (2000)
It feels like watching pieces move on a chessboard without human agency, without psychological desire.
Posted Oct 3, 2003
26
5/5
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
27
2/5
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
28
4/5
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
29
3/5
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
30
2.5/5
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
31
3.5/5
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
32
2.5/5
Another You (1991)
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
33
3.5/5
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
34
4/5
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
35
4.5/5
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
36
3/5
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
37
3.5/5
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
38
3/5
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
39
0.5/5
Python II (2002)
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
40
1/5
Hanky Panky (1982)
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
41
3.5/5
Wildcats (1986)
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
42
4/5
Dragon Half (1993)
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
43
3/5
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
44
4/5
45
4/5
25th Hour (2003)
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Posted Sep 30, 2003
46
4.5/5
Castle in the Sky may not have the thematic complexity of Miyazaki's other films, but it is perhaps his most satisfying in terms of sheer adventure.
Posted Sep 30, 2003
47
3/5
Innocence (2001)
Innocence is a pleasant film, but ultimately a bit sentimental.
Posted Sep 30, 2003
48
2.5/5
Son of the Bride is a pleasant diversion in its way, but you will remember little about it once it is over.
Posted Sep 30, 2003
49
4.5/5
Think of Y Tu Mamá También as a Porky's movie for the intelligentsia.
Posted Sep 30, 2003
50
4/5
If Mickey Mouse met Les Miserables, this would be their love child.
Posted Sep 30, 2003