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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
Jackie Brown (1997)
This film concerns itself more with the characters... than it does showcasing bloody gunfights and hip exchanges...
Posted Sep 8, 2002
2
5/5
Pulp Fiction (1994)
Simply put, Pulp Fiction is pure brilliance.
Posted Sep 8, 2002
3
3/5
The Grail (2001)
If it weren't for the fact that The Grail does contain some completely unsympathetic characters, it may have turned out to be one of the best independent films I have ever seen.
Posted Sep 6, 2002
4
4.5/5
O'Bannon's script is one of the few that manages to combine both terror and humor in a manner that works perfectly...
Posted Sep 4, 2002
5
0.5/5
Four Days (1999)
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Posted Sep 2, 2002
6
2.5/5
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Posted Sep 2, 2002
7
4/5
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Posted Sep 2, 2002
8
5/5
Read My Lips (2002)
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Posted Sep 2, 2002
9
2.5/5
All throughout the film, the actors seem conscious that they are only in a silly movie and don't seem to play into the joke...
Posted Sep 2, 2002
10
3/5
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Posted Sep 2, 2002
11
4/5
The Net (1995)
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Posted Sep 2, 2002
12
4/5
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Posted Sep 2, 2002
13
4.5/5
Red Beard (1965)
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Posted Sep 2, 2002
14
4/5
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Posted Sep 1, 2002
15
3/5
Rapid Fire (1992)
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Posted Sep 1, 2002
16
3/5
Joy Ride (2001)
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Posted Sep 1, 2002
17
4.5/5
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Posted Aug 29, 2002
18
2/5
The Order (2002)
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Posted Aug 29, 2002
19
3/5
Those expecting this film to feature goofy chills like Craven's other titles will probably be shocked...
Posted Aug 27, 2002
20
4/5
What is truly great about Cecil B. Demented is the fact that it takes potshots not only at films, but at film audiences.
Posted Aug 25, 2002
21
3.5/5
This is an extreme warning: Cannibal Holocaust is not for children or the squeamish!
Posted Aug 25, 2002
22
2.5/5
The [film] focuses a positive light on topics such as acceptance and pushing aside predetermined notions.
Posted Aug 25, 2002
23
3.5/5
Peter Pan (1953)
Peter Pan hides much more underneath its surface than just the unbridled wonder of youth.
Posted Aug 25, 2002
24
4/5
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Posted Aug 22, 2002
25
3/5
Tape (2001)
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Posted Aug 22, 2002
26
3.5/5
The chase scene isn't even very exciting when it does come, and the climax of the film makes little sense when physics is applied to it.
Posted Aug 20, 2002
27
1/5
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Posted Aug 20, 2002
28
1.5/5
This film has the right atmosphere to be a Hammer film, but the famed British horror studio more than likely wouldn't have touched this killer moth script.
Posted Aug 20, 2002
29
4/5
Apart from the inherent interest of seeing a pre-"South Park" Parker and Stone in their first effort, Cannibal! also offers up some pretty decent laughs.
Posted Aug 20, 2002
30
2.5/5
Outta Time (2002)
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Posted Aug 20, 2002
31
3/5
Where Deodato's film is subtle about pointing out who the real barbarians are, Lenzi's comes right out and points the finger at us.
Posted Aug 20, 2002
32
4/5
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure remains an amazingly charming film that contains very little in the way of disgusting base humor.
Posted Aug 20, 2002
33
2.5/5
All the charm that was present in the original is nowhere to be found here.
Posted Aug 20, 2002
34
2.5/5
... it's almost hard to imagine such an innocuous little film even getting noticed, let alone garnering tons of praise.
Posted Aug 20, 2002
35
5/5
BookWars (2000)
Rosette has a way of describing things in his narration that invoke the readings of the beat poets and makes one long for a good book to read.
Posted Aug 20, 2002
36
3.5/5
The Brothers (2001)
Cut from the same cloth as films like The Wood, The Brothers is a fairly funny look at four friends faced with the horrors of finally growing up.
Posted Aug 20, 2002
37
4.5/5
Braveheart (1995)
Braveheart is a magnificent movie, and certainly one of the most enduring films of our era.
Posted Aug 20, 2002
38
4/5
As far as style goes, Bava heaps it onto this film and turns out one of his best looking films ever.
Posted Aug 20, 2002
39
4/5
Am I the only person who likes this film?
Posted Aug 20, 2002
40
3/5
Bring It On (2000)
Despite its cliched teen comedy premise, Bring It On... tends to have more style than actual laughs but still manages to be enjoyable.
Posted Aug 20, 2002
41
2.5/5
Body Beneath (1983)
On a technical level, the film does certainly show a little more proficiency over other low budget fare.
Posted Aug 20, 2002
42
1.5/5
It's sad when a movie rips off another one, but even sadder when they mention the source they ripped it off from.
Posted Aug 20, 2002
43
3.5/5
Surprisingly, for a film falling between [a bevy of] gore soaked films, The Black Cat is actually a little more reserved than one might expect.
Posted Aug 19, 2002
44
4.5/5
The Big Blue (1988)
Luc Besson has achieved something wonderful with The Big Blue.
Posted Aug 19, 2002
45
0/5
Beverly Hood (1999)
I want the hour and a half this movie stole from my life back!
Posted Aug 19, 2002
46
4/5
Bad Company (1972)
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Posted Aug 17, 2002
47
3/5
[Silver Bullet] dwells a little too long on interaction between characters that we hardly get to know...
Posted Aug 17, 2002
48
3.5/5
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Posted Aug 17, 2002
49
4/5
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Posted Aug 16, 2002
50
3.5/5
Signs (2002)
Shyamalan's sense of pace, atmosphere, and mood remains near-flawless.
Posted Aug 16, 2002