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Rating History

Green for Danger
9 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Updates are always nice. Despite [i]some[/i]good performances (as in I wanted to punch Albert Finey in the face), Murder on the Orient Express was silly and rather annoying. Green for Danger was well made, but otherwise uninteresting with an easily unraveled mystery. Frida was a pleasant surprise; it was an artfully and skillfully told life tale that employed the use of great acting to explore the depths of its characters' souls. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane was a dissapointment and occasionally an embarrassment because of some God-awful direction and editing.

Don't think for a second that these updates will become a permanent trend. I'm too lazy for that.

What Ever Happened to Baby Jane?
9 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Updates are always nice. Despite [i]some[/i]good performances (as in I wanted to punch Albert Finey in the face), Murder on the Orient Express was silly and rather annoying. Green for Danger was well made, but otherwise uninteresting with an easily unraveled mystery. Frida was a pleasant surprise; it was an artfully and skillfully told life tale that employed the use of great acting to explore the depths of its characters' souls. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane was a dissapointment and occasionally an embarrassment because of some God-awful direction and editing.

Don't think for a second that these updates will become a permanent trend. I'm too lazy for that.

Frida
Frida (2002)
9 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes
½

Updates are always nice. Despite [i]some[/i]good performances (as in I wanted to punch Albert Finey in the face), Murder on the Orient Express was silly and rather annoying. Green for Danger was well made, but otherwise uninteresting with an easily unraveled mystery. Frida was a pleasant surprise; it was an artfully and skillfully told life tale that employed the use of great acting to explore the depths of its characters' souls. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane was a dissapointment and occasionally an embarrassment because of some God-awful direction and editing.

Don't think for a second that these updates will become a permanent trend. I'm too lazy for that.

Murder on the Orient Express
9 years ago via Rotten Tomatoes

Updates are always nice. Despite [i]some[/i]good performances (as in I wanted to punch Albert Finey in the face), Murder on the Orient Express was silly and rather annoying. Green for Danger was well made, but otherwise uninteresting with an easily unraveled mystery. Frida was a pleasant surprise; it was an artfully and skillfully told life tale that employed the use of great acting to explore the depths of its characters' souls. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane was a dissapointment and occasionally an embarrassment because of some God-awful direction and editing.

Don't think for a second that these updates will become a permanent trend. I'm too lazy for that.