's Scores

  • Movies
For 1,503 reviews, this publication has graded:
  • 50% higher than the average critic
  • 3% same as the average critic
  • 47% lower than the average critic
On average, this publication grades 2 points lower than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average Movie review score: 60
Highest review score: 100 Eyes Wide Shut
Lowest review score: 0 Ready to Rumble
Score distribution:
1,503 movie reviews
  1. Sly, slick and slow.
  2. Looks and moves like a film whose vital organs were yanked before shooting commenced.
  3. Dumb and irritating.
    • 43 Metascore
    • 20 Critic Score
    It's just not funny.
  4. Sarandon prostitutes her blazing talent and sharp political sensibility to the service of a pile of misogynistic bullflop.
  5. With any luck, Body Shots will quickly slide into video obscurity.
  6. It's hard to think of a single memorable line from Restaurant, even a memorably bad one.
  7. If you've seen one "Scream" rip-off, you really have seen them all.
    • 21 Metascore
    • 10 Critic Score
    Mostly dreadful.
  8. The worst thing you can accuse an unutterably bad movie of is sincerity.
  9. Exists in some kind of limbo, between hard-core porn and European art film, and it's not likely to satisfy fans of either.
  10. Has its - very - occasionally funny moments, so does a car crash.
  11. Tired, overcomplicated mix of macho bullshit.
  12. A clumsy and tone-deaf comedy.
  13. These are good people, yet the director has them carrying on like community theater actors playing to the balcony. It isn't fair to them, and it isn't fitting for Shakespeare.
  14. Nearly incomprehensible story.
  15. It's little more than a loose assemblage of Hollywood action movie formulas: "Dirty Harry" and assorted cop/buddy flicks are the clear models for the movie.
  16. Are two Demis better than one? How you answer will determine the level of patience you'll need to sit through this bizarre pet project.
  17. It does... apply Kitano's black-comic style to a different setting, and individual scenes sparkle with unexpected jokes, twists, and occasional cruelties.
  18. In the end, Butterfly is an infuriating film because it's so very contrived, so annoyingly phony.
  19. Slouches in as a weightless, instantly forgettable picture.
  20. Mr Kumble: Keep your hands off the classics! You don't deserve to read them, let alone paraphrase them.
  21. It probably helps to be loaded while you're watching this movie.
  22. Lyonne, as usual, does her best...but she's running uphill.
  23. John, John, John -- one more bad-guy role in a bad movie and you're going to need another comeback.
  24. Chaotic, peurile, loaded with sniggering commentary and obsessed with breasts, Saving Silverman is like a 90-minute walk through a 13-year-old boy's head.
  25. Borderline incoherent.
  26. Everyone will be indifferent, as indifferent and uncaring as the characters the film portrays.
  27. It's sporadically funny but often unfunny, the latter worse than not being funny enough.
  28. One imagines what the failed farce Drowning Mona would have been like in the hands of the Coen brothers.

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