New York Post's Scores

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For 6,970 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: 56
Highest review score: 100 Gravity
Lowest review score: 0 Agent Cody Banks 2: Destination London
Score distribution:
6,970 movie reviews
  1. Their conversation is so insipid that watching this movie is no more interesting than talking to any random New York couple about what makes them tick.
  2. Boasts one of the most ludicrous plots ever committed to digital video.
  3. A pointless drama that trafficks in cliché.
  4. As it stands, there’s little to explain the existence of this confoundingly unfunny film. It’s as if a talented cast (Wilson, Zach Galifianakis, Amy Poehler) assembled to make a comedy and at the last minute was told to play everything straight.
  5. When the legend of Elvis is reimagined as a mushy Christian heartwarmer in The Identical, it’s as if “Boogie Nights” is playing in the background while we hear about the life story of Edna, Dirk Diggler’s nice librarian cousin from Idaho.
  6. You'd be better off renting "Eddie and the Cruisers" (1983) than slogging through this latest, far more dire recycling of the same rock clichés.
  7. Stakes aren't the only problem with this sloppy thriller, which combines careening images with turgid storytelling.
  8. If Swedish villains are this dumb, put me on the next plane to Stockholm. Just don't make me watch these idiotic movies on the flight.
  9. Saw
    Promoted as "the year's scariest movie," it's anything but.
  10. Ryan, the bodacious Seven of Nine on "Star Trek Voyager," is the only excuse to suffer through writer-director Harry Ralston's feeble comedy.
  11. Annoying.
  12. Sexist, racist humor abounds, with Jews and gays especially taking a beating. I don't always object to non-PC humor -- but I like it to be funny, and here it isn't.
  13. Except for Brolin as an unlikely born-again Jew, nobody fares well under Mulroney's ham-fisted direction.
  14. There’s nothing wrong with being a brainless B-movie, but this one is funless and lackluster, a grinding mess of pulp clichés with dull characters, perfunctory violence and dim plotting.
  15. Schwartz throws in so many characters and implausible subplots - none worth mentioning - that Perception sinks under its own weight.
  16. Let the French stick to love stories and leave stupid comedies to Tinseltown.
  17. Most of this movie is beyond lame. It almost makes "A Cinderella Story" -- the ever-mugging Duff's surprise hit of last summer -- look like a real movie by comparison.
  18. The documentary tells us little we don't already know and is overwhelmingly one-sided. It would make a nice TV infomercial, but certainly doesn't deserve a big-screen release.
  19. About as artistically profound as those framed 3-D photos of the Twin Towers emblazoned with "Never Forget'' that are still for sale in Times Square a decade after 9/11.
  20. If the sight of naked, sweaty French hunks gets you going, well, then, Three Dancing Slaves is a must-see.
  21. Watchable in a train-wreck kind of way, but you'll probably want to take a shower afterwards.
  22. The "Prinze" of terrible movies is back - in what might charitably be called "Rear Window" for morons.
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  23. Clayburgh is the most dignified thing about this dreadfully overwrought, often preposterous romantic comedy.
  24. Cliched, amateurish and feeble.
  25. Might as well be called "Around the World in 80 Yawns."
  26. This cynical rom-com subgenre has been done to death.
  27. Biehn has appeared in dozens of B-movies and evidently had no greater ambition than to come up with a grindhouse movie full of sex, gore and cheap thrills, but there is far too little of any of these to maintain interest in a straight-on story that reserves its only surprise for the final 30 seconds.
  28. Eric Schaeffer's rip-off -- er, homage -- to "Magnolia," is a marginally better movie than his previous self-absorbed atrocities like "My Life's in Turnaround" and "Wirey Spindell."
  29. At last: Uwe Boll has made his first intentionally funny film.
  30. Wavers between extreme silliness and unbearable earnestness.

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