New York Post's Scores

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For 7,438 reviews, this publication has graded:
  • 43% higher than the average critic
  • 2% same as the average critic
  • 55% lower than the average critic
On average, this publication grades 6.9 points lower than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average Movie review score: 56
Highest review score: 100 Go
Lowest review score: 0 Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters
Score distribution:
7438 movie reviews
  1. I suppose you have to give credit to the movie for coming up with some badass killer mermaids.
  2. As for Gooding, he's sadly gone to the dogs -- Snow Dogs has got to be his most humiliating role since "Lightning Jack."
  3. Lenny this is not. Still, it's nice to know that the son of a lawyer and a microbiologist can get into Harvard and make something of himself.
  4. A Southeast Asian thriller that positively reeks of atmosphere - but is woefully lacking in narrative credibility or character development.
  5. So serious-minded it occasionally teeters on the brink of absurdity.
  6. Campy and clichéd.
  7. This is a fine idea for a PSA TV commercial, but (a) they already did it back in the ’70s and (b) it goes on well past the 30-second mark.
    • 66 Metascore
    • 50 Critic Score
    As a work of historical documentation, The Source suffers from Workman's wholly celebratory take on the movement.
  8. Looks great, and the performances are solid, but the disparate elements in this oddity - which created a minor stir at the Sundance Film Festival last year - never entirely coalesce.
  9. No light leavens the ashen wash of writer-director Tim Blake Nelson's relentlessly downbeat Holocaust drama The Grey Zone. None.
  10. Gibson sure knows how to shoot a sequence, but he also doesn't know when to stop with the blood, gore and maiming.
  11. Slick but painfully precious, it strains to be darkly romantic but is bereft of genuine feeling.
  12. Earnest and predictable.
  13. A pretentious left-wing monster movie with about 15 minutes of alarming creatures and a whole lot of bickering, is a pre-9/11 story which Stephen King wrote eons ago. It operates in the post-9/11 era about as well as a Studebaker at the Daytona 500.
  14. At some two hours, the film is 30 minutes too long. Cutting out the melodrama and sticking with the daring-do is the answer.
  15. It’s too busy with feel-good slogans like “Si Se Puede.” The slogan may be nice, but it’s meaningless. So is the movie.
  16. An ultra-stylized, empty mess.
    • New York Post
  17. Quirky and sometimes hilarious Canadian comedy.
  18. The non-linear plot makes for confusion and, except for the inspired final shootout, the action sequences are mediocre.
  19. The screen comes alive only at the end, when a frightening tornado destroys the seaside village.
  20. Director Mark L. Mann seems to be searching for the meaning in aimlessness, and in lowered expectations. But too often the narrative left me feeling the titular “um.”
  21. Nobody does the rebellious-elder thing as well as Duvall, and whenever he’s center stage in A Night in Old Mexico, this scrappy film from Spanish director Emilio Aragon is entertaining enough.
  22. Borba keeps referring to himself as "a hero," but the directors, Burt Sun and André Costantini, never delve into his psyche. On the plus side is Costantini's luscious cinematography.
  23. Pity that the direction and narrative lack passion. If there's anything a story of interracial adultery needs, it's passion.
  24. As cute and energetic as it is, The Lego Movie is more exhausting than fun, too unsure of itself to stick with any story thread for too long. The action scenes are enthusiastic, colorful but uninvolving, like an 8-year-old emptying a bucket of plastic blocks.
  25. The many silences in Hide Your Smiling Faces don’t speak quite loudly enough, and the film ultimately gets bogged down by its own ponderousness.
  26. Only in the heartfelt closing minutes does the film cut any deeper than a tired episode of a sitcom about children of immigrants complaining about their hopelessly old-fashioned parents.
  27. Earnest but not terribly original.
  28. These people are so selfish and self-absorbed you may not want to spent even 72 minutes with them.
  29. For all of its in-your-face, full-frontal sex scenes and threesomes (one involving a transsexual), this autobiographical story is almost sweet.

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