New York Post's Scores

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For 6,926 reviews, this publication has graded:
  • 44% higher than the average critic
  • 2% same as the average critic
  • 54% lower than the average critic
On average, this publication grades 6.2 points lower than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average Movie review score: 55
Highest review score: 100 Another Year
Lowest review score: 0 40 Days and 40 Nights
Score distribution:
6,926 movie reviews
  1. His (Friedkin) very lack of subtlety is both the strength and weakness of The Exorcist in the 21st century.
    • New York Post
  2. An astonishing re-creation of the Londonderry massacre of January 1972.
  3. This environmentally themed, very loose version of Hans Christian Andersen's "Little Mermaid" is never going to be mistaken for Disney's musical of the same name.
    • 64 Metascore
    • 88 Critic Score
    (Osment) delivers what may be the greatest performance ever by a child actor.
  4. Thankfully, Tintin is Spielberg at his most playful and unpretentious.
  5. Toy Story had a simpler, stronger story and the advantage of being the first of its kind. But it's quickly apparent that TS2 represents a major step forward in computer-animation artistry.
  6. Atriumph on almost every level. It is breathtakingly stylish, wonderfully acted and its three interrelated tales of the "war" on drugs are brilliantly structured to form a cohesive, powerful whole.
  7. The cast is excellent, particularly Timur Magomedgadzhiev as a conscience-stricken co-worker, but it’s Cotillard who’s in nearly every scene. Desperate, downtrodden, but grasping at each shred of hope, Cotillard — who won an Oscar playing Edith Piaf in 2007’s “La Vie en Rose” — carries the whole film.
  8. Not that a film as taut and exciting as this one needs punchy dialogue, but Black Sea has that, too.
  9. May not be a masterpiece, but it still had me in tears at the end.
  10. The Wrestler offers something to pretty much everyone in the audience. Much like "The Sopranos," it creates a world that might make you feel utterly at home or exhilarated by strange horrors. Maybe both.
  11. Lymelife, set amid marital decay and teen frustration, isn't quite the "American Beauty" of the 516 area code, but it'll do.
  12. A funny, hip, touching and utterly irresistible comedy-drama.
  13. A deeply felt evocation of a place and a people by writer-director Matt Porterfield, who set this largely improvised film in his own lower-class Baltimore neighborhood.
  14. A real high in a season filled with unfunny comedies.
  15. One of the year's most engaging films.
  16. Mostly it's worth seeing Alien, which established Scott as an A-list director, in a theater because his brilliant and often expansive visuals have always worked better on a big screen than on video.
  17. You know a performance has to be special when a Palestinian wins Israel's version of the Best Actress Oscar. But why should politics detract from a stunning performance?
  18. An exquisitely crafted Civil War epic that combines the epic romantic sweep of "Gone With the Wind" with a more intimate voice that speaks eloquently to the war-weary nation of today.
  19. Ray
    Contains large helpings of Hollywood schmaltz, stereotype and clich‚, but it's also pretty impossible to resist.
  20. Rarely since the tale of the Corleones has a movie presented such a compelling, sympathetic portrait of a criminal lowlife.
    • New York Post
  21. Combining a thoughtful script with splendid acting -- especially by Sansa -- Bellocchio has fashioned a tense thriller that is both understated and powerful.
  22. One funk-tastic musical biopic.
  23. The faint of heart might want to leave early. If you elect to stay, remember: You were warned.
  24. Werner Herzog looks at the death penalty in Into the Abyss, and as is almost always the case, to look through his eyes is to marvel.
  25. Inspired by Edgar Allan Poe and the Marquis de Sade (interesting combination, no?).
  26. Drawing inspiration from anime and vintage Looney Toons, this beautifully drafted, offbeat charmer is hip, funny - and a bona fide heart tugger for the whole family.
  27. The scariest, creepiest and most elegantly filmed horror movie I've seen in years - it positively drives a stake through the competition.
  28. You can tell this is a smart take on Hamlet from the first wordless opening shots.
  29. So smooth and satisfying it makes the similar "Ocean's Eleven" look like a game of three-card monte.

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