Film.com's Scores

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For 1,497 reviews, this publication has graded:
  • 49% higher than the average critic
  • 3% same as the average critic
  • 48% lower than the average critic
On average, this publication grades 1.9 points lower than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average Movie review score: 60
Highest review score: 100 Before Midnight
Lowest review score: 0 Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000
Score distribution:
1,497 movie reviews
  1. Could have afforded to be a little loftier and still be quite funny. Instead, it's a waste.
  2. Pandering and tired, Down to Earth lurches from one dead gag to the other, in search of both comedic rhythm and a dramatic pulse. It finds neither.
  3. A frenetic spoof of 1961's disastrous Bay of Pigs invasion, Company Man is likely to be forgotten quickly by audiences.
  4. If you're already a huge fan of any of these artists, this film will be a lovefest. For all others, it's a mild diversion at best.
  5. This anti-narrative screwball comedy, a sort of police-drama re-enactment of Fellini's themes in "8 1/2," keeps most of the jokes off-screen.
  6. I just really, really, really, don't like this movie, and I don't care who knows it.
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  7. 15 Minutes is simply a bad movie.
  8. Watching Left Behind's plodding screen adaptation may make you feel the Deity has already abandoned us to a shockingly dull post-apocalypse.
  9. Horribly slapdash affair.
  10. A crap film that's steeped in liberal paranoia, but it's also so ludicrous that it falls under the guilty-pleasure category.
  11. Maybe Kevin Bacon can use the Twinkie defense to explain Hollow Man.
  12. There's a lost opportunity here.
  13. Slow-moving and violent mess...feels slow even at a scant 82 minutes...Even by the slack standards of Van Damme's oeuvre, "The Return" is a letdown.
  14. A dismal film, a flop as both 21st-century romantic comedy and gay "Kramer vs. Kramer."
  15. The film looks horrendous, poorly composed and staged, and the rhythm staggers.
  16. Despite this chance to experience something thrilling and new, her life is just as dull the second time around.
  17. Self-conscious clunker.
  18. A bad movie about a great man.
  19. I don't like Say It Isn't So, but I understand its karmic inevitability.
  20. Dreadful suspense piece that has "Mystery Science Theater" appeal written all over it.
  21. Despite a lead performance by the always welcome Julianne Moore it is rudderless in its presentation and outright stupid in its central conceits.
  22. Fading Gigolo wants to be some sort of sunny tapestry about New York’s social groups, but it’s impossible to see past its absurd premise.
  23. For a movie with the ostensible mission of spreading the Gospel, it does a poor job of speaking to anyone except the faithful.
  24. The entire enterprise is a bewildering mess, put in place only to frustrate and alienate anyone who buys a ticket. Every action scene is telegraphed, and most of the dialogue is irrevocably stupid.
  25. Ti West’s pointless new film The Sacrament, an exercise in talking loud and saying nothing, isn’t just bad, it’s infuriating.
  26. After Earth stupefies us with nonsense, such little thought and logic went into this idea that it can’t even be considered a rough draft, this is a movie almost daring an audience to emotionally detach throughout. For shame!
  27. Relentlessly awful.
  28. Disgusting and humorless mess.
  29. If you're looking for something child-appropriate that'll actually keep the little darlings awake for two hours straight, you'd do better...and cheaper...to just stay at home with the Discovery Channel.
  30. I see Austin Powers as Myers' desperate cry for help -- a plea to stop him before he does schtick again.
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