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  4. Brian Lowry

    119 Movies
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  12. Drew McWeeny

    213 Movies
    Average review score: 70

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  14. Justin Chang

    755 Movies
    Average review score: 60

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  16. Bob Mondello

    256 Movies
    Average review score: 72

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Recent User Reviews

  1. The first Ice Age film is fantastic, the second declines slightly. It has a beautiful animation and new characters , but I felt as strong asThe first Ice Age film is fantastic, the second declines slightly. It has a beautiful animation and new characters , but I felt as strong as the first. That if I liked the squirrel Scrat times more than the opossums . Ice Age 2 is not perfect, but it is entertaining. Full Review »
  2. Feb 9, 2016
    0
    Where to begin !….the Coen Brothers’ cinematic food fight ……their In-Your-Face hissy fit …. their de-constructed parody OF a parodyWhere to begin !….the Coen Brothers’ cinematic food fight ……their In-Your-Face hissy fit …. their de-constructed parody OF a parody ..….whatever you decide to call it it’s an embarrassing mess made up of undigested plot morsels and themes and feels INTERMINABLE to sit through……can this really be the same George Clooney, Tilda Swinton and Joel and Ethan Coen of the witty and razor-sharp “Burn After Reading” ? …..can this rambling, self-indulgent “smirk-fest” with its hastily assembled grab-bag of “bits” that RAPIDLY wear out their welcome, possibly be the work of the film-makers who made “A Serious Man” or “No Country For Old Men”?…….and, by the way, “The Robe” was actually quite an intelligent film and Richard Burton was terrific in it……so enough cinematic masturbation Ethan an Joel; time to get back to work.....enough already with the Food Fight Thing ! Full Review »
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    I expected a lot better, to say the least. Prince of Egypt is decently animated, but serves as a sparknotes version of the Biblical story thatI expected a lot better, to say the least. Prince of Egypt is decently animated, but serves as a sparknotes version of the Biblical story that not only is far too quick, but it is a shallow adaptation at best that misses many key elements of the story. Even worse, it changes many of them and the story itself resembles very little of the actual Biblical tale. Now, this is not truly a sin on its own because of course it is changed, but the changed story is far too kid-oriented and feels far too often like a bad kids cartoon that adults hate in numbers. There are a few good sequences, such as the burning bush sequence, but you would be far better off just watching The Ten Commandments if you want to watch a film version of the Book of Exodus. Everything is borderline comical and the fast pace and the way it just skims through the story are incredibly annoying and, if you do not know the story, hard to follow. Overall, The Prince of Egypt misses the mark by about 40 years. Full Review »
  4. Feb 9, 2016
    7
    A wonderfully crafted and truly entertaining science fiction film, The Fifth Element has a fantastic message about the true source of power inA wonderfully crafted and truly entertaining science fiction film, The Fifth Element has a fantastic message about the true source of power in the world and how it stands compared to true evil. Even better, it has a great message about violence and evil and how evil begets evil. This is truly where The Fifth Element's success largely comes from, though the performances of Bruce Willis and Milla Jovovich are both very, very good. The special effects are pretty cool and slick, as is the script and the direction from Luc Besson. Even better, the world it created is a fun and very expansive one that would be great to see more of. However, what I believe holds this one back a bit is the bad villain. Not only are there many of them, but Gary Oldman's motivations are never fully explained. His character is poorly developed and this really harms the overall film. However, that being said, The Fifth Element is a fantastic time and a very well done science fiction action film that is endlessly watchable. Full Review »
  5. The true adventure starts after the accidental shrinking begins. It makes me feel like I'm in the movie and I'm about to interfere myself withThe true adventure starts after the accidental shrinking begins. It makes me feel like I'm in the movie and I'm about to interfere myself with the movie's enemies. Full Review »

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