All Critics

  • Movies
  • TV
  1. Average review score: 52

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

  2. Average review score: 67

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

  3. Average review score: 60

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

  4. Average review score: 67

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

  5. Average review score: 61

    On average, this critic grades
    1 point higher than other critics.

  6. Average review score: 53

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

  7. Average review score: 64

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

  8. Average review score: 64

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

  9. Average review score: 57

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

  10. John Hartl

    155 Movies
    Average review score: 60

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

  11. Average review score: 59

    On average, this critic grades
    1 point lower than other critics.

  12. Average review score: 46

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

  13. Average review score: 54

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

  14. Average review score: 65

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

  15. Average review score: 61

    On average, this critic grades
    1 point higher than other critics.

  16. Average review score: 58

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

  17. Average review score: 65

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

  18. Average review score: 60

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

  19. Average review score: 58

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

  20. Sean Means

    122 Movies
    Average review score: 55

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

  21. Helen O'Hara

    50 Movies
    Average review score: 58

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

  22. Average review score: 68

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

  23. Average review score: 70

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

  24. Average review score: 67

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

  25. Average review score: 65

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

Recent User Reviews

  1. May 28, 2015
    9
    After being a little disappointed in Frozen, I was glad that Disney was able to recover themselves with Big Hero 6. This film is veryAfter being a little disappointed in Frozen, I was glad that Disney was able to recover themselves with Big Hero 6. This film is very beautifully animated and has a very entertaining story surrounding. I like how this film felt kind of like a mesh between Marvel and Disney films and it worked remarkably well. I love the whole city, San Fransokyo, since it combines both San Francisco with Tokyo; it worked as a very cool environment for the film. The characters were a fun bunch, I especially liked Baymax, he was very funny and he is one of the biggest reasons why this film is excellent. The whole group of scientists, that befriend Hiro, is also a cool group of people. Some of them fall under a few cliches but they are still fun to be around (their whole "lab" room was also cool, I liked the inventions they were creating). The story is pretty cool even if it was a bit predictable at times; seriously, don't have your expectations too high for the movie's villain. Despite, some minor problems, this film has a great story, there are even some pretty emotional scenes in this film I must say. This film is great and probably one of Disney's best films in a while. I also wan't to congratulate this film on winning the Oscar for Best Animated Film of 2014, even though I kinda liked The Lego Movie and How to Train Your Dragon 2 a bit better (sorry). Full Review »
  2. May 28, 2015
    9
    Red Army illustrates a masterful balance of telling stories that otherwise would (rightfully) battle each other for attention, coupled with aRed Army illustrates a masterful balance of telling stories that otherwise would (rightfully) battle each other for attention, coupled with a precision integration of those stories to create a well-paced, cohesive narrative, and wrapped in a terrific collection of clips, pictures, and hockey highlights. All credit to writer/director Gabe Polsky for taking what could have been a half-dozen solid independent documentaries and turning it all into one lithe, 85-minute trip to a past that feels like forever ago, yet one so many of us lived at least part of. This is a can’t-miss doc for laypeople and puckheads alike. Full Review »
  3. May 28, 2015
    10
    The Mad Max legacy continues! Building on the existing world, George Miller has moved the narrative forward. It's not a reboot - it's aThe Mad Max legacy continues! Building on the existing world, George Miller has moved the narrative forward. It's not a reboot - it's a revival. Strong female characters are a reality of this harsh world; this is not a "chick flick" but writing and cinematography that firmly places women on even ground of a time and place that has wasted to the point of no return. They are the Road Warriors. Full Review »
  4. The performances are over the top from actresses Anne Hathaway and Julie Andrews, the British comedy jokes are not clever; it's not aThe performances are over the top from actresses Anne Hathaway and Julie Andrews, the British comedy jokes are not clever; it's not a necessary sequel, with beautiful sets. Full Review »
  5. May 28, 2015
    6
    The film is a stale comedy that's knows that it is dumb but it's wooden and un clever. The writer's of "the hangover" Scott Moore and JonThe film is a stale comedy that's knows that it is dumb but it's wooden and un clever. The writer's of "the hangover" Scott Moore and Jon Lucas their directorial debut is filled with unfunny one-liners, at times it can be clever and it has it's moments, were is the comedic gold and charm that screenwriters Moore and Lucas use to have? Since the guys who wrote the script of "the hangover" made this movie and their returning to the party laugh out loud genre we think this will be funny. There is no cleverness from the hangover that is not in this movie; sure Miles Teller and Skylar Astin are funny and trying but Moore and Lucas's script tries to create party movie cliche's and have little empathy characters and tries to be the next "Project X" (which was funnier than this!). So Miles Teller plays Miller, he is a lazy idiot who is good at having a good time, Skylar Astin plays Casey he is sophisticated and a nerd who does not like to party that much since highschool. They use to go to high school together with a friend named Jeff Chang played by Justin Chong (Twilight), he turns twenty one and they take him out to get wasted and everything goes wrong. The humor is cheap and is funny time to time, terrible acting and it's script is not good; I did enjoy the humor and it's fun. Grade B- Full Review »

Most talked about trailers