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For 1,506 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 2.7 points lower than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average Movie review score: 60
Highest review score: 100 Happiness
Lowest review score: 0 The Family Man
Score distribution:
1506 movie reviews
  1. She (Lopez) wipes away the unpleasant memories of "The Cell," and serves notice to Julia and Sandra that there's another girl out there who can do romantic comedy-even of the half-baked variety.
  2. Doesn't have a lot to offer that hasn't been done better -- and worse -- in hundreds of ghetto-sink shoot-em-ups.
  3. A fireworks show with plenty of "oohs" but not a lot of "aah" -- the story is needlessly convoluted in places and storybook-simple in others, and the characters never make the leap from drawn figures to flesh-and-blood people.
  4. This could be the year's most pretentious Hollywood film.
  5. Rung with numb inarticulateness.
  6. Stranded in superficiality, the film is a lifestyle commercial.
  7. Slick, polished to perfection, derivative and stripped of any of the real quirks or idiosyncrasies that make a romantic comedy fly.
    • 43 Metascore
    • 40 Critic Score
    Call it baseball interruptus, or just call it a missed opportunity.
  8. In this case, I have to say, the sense of boredom.
  9. Not terribly enjoyable to watch.
  10. Wargnier is also a lousy storyteller who seems not to understand how to shape a narrative.
  11. Hogan's rough-and-ready charm remains intact, but it's not enough to salvage this instantly forgettable movie.
  12. What makes The Cell worth viewing at all is the carefully sculpted imagery.
  13. Isn't a bad action movie -- it's just an utterly forgettable one.
  14. When your characters are only skin deep, so is your message.
  15. He spent 28 years in prison and this is what he gets?
  16. A constant video rental for a community that aches to see itself as banal and generic.
  17. Not even Goldberg's near-flawless central performance can polish Kingdom Come beyond mere soap opera pap.
  18. As the movie plods on, the jokes start to fall flat...Worst of all is a centerpiece scene, when Ben has to pretend to be a mafioso (but sounds more like a cross between Martin and Lewis), when Crystal is so unfunny that you almost feel sorry for him.
  19. Has its dull spots, and is unintentionally laugh-out-loud funny at times -- but isn't that what we expect?
  20. Moss -- in her first big role since "The Matrix" -- is the main reason to see Red Planet, a badly written and visually scenic space opus.
  21. It's hollow, forced and false.

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