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  1. Average review score: 53

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    On average, this critic grades
    19 points higher than other critics.

  12. Richard Corliss

    943 Movies
    Average review score: 66

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    6 points higher than other critics.

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    On average, this critic grades
    8 points higher than other critics.

  17. Richard Schickel

    480 Movies
    Average review score: 65

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  23. Rob Nelson

    95 Movies
    Average review score: 59

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    2 points lower than other critics.

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  28. Robert Horton

    189 Movies
    Average review score: 52

    On average, this critic grades
    8 points lower than other critics.

  29. Average review score: 59

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Recent User Reviews

  1. Jun 3, 2015
    10
    Entourage lives up the the standard of the TV show. The movie feels a bit short as there is a lot going on with side stories but there isEntourage lives up the the standard of the TV show. The movie feels a bit short as there is a lot going on with side stories but there is nothing lost on the film.
    There is a scene during the credits so make sure you stay for that..
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  2. Jun 3, 2015
    8
    The Sixth Sense is a truly great film, though since it has been 16 years since it was released, I knew the twist, so that portion of it wasThe Sixth Sense is a truly great film, though since it has been 16 years since it was released, I knew the twist, so that portion of it was spoiled for me sadly, but all the same, I really, really enjoyed this one. Well directed by M. Night Shyamalan, this one manages to be scary, touching, and above all, incredibly entertaining. There are numerous scenes here that manage to do all three, but above all, I found this film to be incredibly moving. A study of ghosts (and what they want), as well as the mind of troubled children, The Sixth Sense manages to really move its audience in a truly unexpected way. I did not expect to be practically moved to tears by this one, but there I was, fighting back tears towards the end. Bruce Willis, Haley Joel Osment, and Toni Collette, are all great here, especially Osment who really shows how talented of an actor he is. It also underscores how sad it is that Shyamalan lost his magic touch, since this one shows so much talent. Truly a great film, The Sixth Sense is another top-notch entry in what was a fantastic year for film in 1999. Full Review »
  3. Jun 3, 2015
    7
    A vampire love story loosely based on Émile Zola's THERESE RAQUIN, Chan-wook Park’s THIRST (its original Korean title literally means: bat) isA vampire love story loosely based on Émile Zola's THERESE RAQUIN, Chan-wook Park’s THIRST (its original Korean title literally means: bat) is a blood-soaked psychological thriller about a Catholic priest Sang-hyun (Song Kang-ho), after experiencing a death-defying recovery owing to an undisclosed blood transfusion during his volunteer mission to find a vaccine for a deadly virus, he becomes the only survivor among all the infected, which attracts many devotees to worship him as a miracle from God. But the reality is that a craving for human blood has been commenced after the incident, the virus is still plaguing him, his skin is afflicted with blisters, only human blood can prohibit the symptoms and turn him into a nighttime creature endowed with all its well-established trappings like self-recovery, human-exceeding agility and strength.

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  4. 3
    But why is Ryan Guzman wearing so many clothes? We were expecting a lot more illicit affair, and a lot less thriller plotline. And that copyBut why is Ryan Guzman wearing so many clothes? We were expecting a lot more illicit affair, and a lot less thriller plotline. And that copy of the Illiad? http://bit.ly/1Jqa64d Full Review »
  5. Jun 3, 2015
    10
    A true masterpiece! Honestly I was a bit worried when I first sat in the cinema to watch this movie because I was unsure if the movie willA true masterpiece! Honestly I was a bit worried when I first sat in the cinema to watch this movie because I was unsure if the movie will live up to my expectation based on what I'd seen on the trailer or not. This is because most of the movies I watched previously only appears really interesting in the trailer but not in real premiere. However, this one totally blew me off. It is super duper cool and worth it! I haven't watched previous Mad Max series and when I heard that since this is going to be a sequel to past Mad Max series, I thought I wouldn't understand the plot but it turns out there's not much to understand anyway. The plot is straightforward although there are some parts which leaves me into question but I guess I might need to refer that to past series. Anyway to be honest the plot is just normal to me but I do give top marks for the action of this movie. I mean this is literally a full action movie. Right from the beginning to the end there's always action scenes which leaves the audience in awe and I think with this kind of movie, the plot don't mind that much to me. This movie is like the apocalypse version of Fast and Furious and for gamers who have played apocalyptic games, this reminds me a lot about games such as Rage or Twisted Metal. I would love to see another sequel to this! Full Review »

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