New York Post's Scores

  • Movies
  • TV
For 6,637 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 Almost Famous
Lowest review score: 0 Showboy
Score distribution:
6,637 movie reviews
  1. The lamest in the recent run of comedies about uptight white people getting jiggy with it, would also be the most offensive -- if it weren't also the dullest.
  2. Not as bad as rumor would have it. It's worse.
  3. This is the sort of low-grade dreck that usually goes straight to video -- with a lousy script, inept direction, pathetic acting, poorly dubbed dialogue and murky cinematography, complete with visible boom mikes.
  4. So eyeball-gougingly awful that you're tempted to give up movies for Lent.
    • 5 Metascore
    • 0 Critic Score
    Unbelievably awful celluloid-waster.
  5. Low-end schlock that will likely land with a dull thud in the video remainder bin before the frost is on the pumpkin.
  6. Tacky-looking, incoherent, badly acted and hopelessly directed disaster is easily the dullest adventure film of 2000.
    • New York Post
  7. Plays like a bad daytime soap opera. The acting is amateurish. Ditto the uninspired script (continuity? what's that?) and direction.
  8. It's so devoid of joy and energy it makes even "Jason X" - a recent attempt to prolong the rival "Friday the 13th" slasher franchise - look positively Shakesperean by comparison.
  9. Crudely animated, badly dubbed, incomprehensible, boring -- and headache-inducing -- attempt to wring a few more yen and dollars out of a thoroughly spent franchise.
  10. Under Jordan Susman's inept direction, these twentysomething airheads, angry about the proliferation of Starbucks outlets and other societal ills, all resemble nubile models.
  11. No one but a convict guilty of some truly heinous crime should have to sit through The Master of Disguise, an unbearably tedious and unfunny comedy.
  12. To call Jackass: The Movie the worst movie of the year is practically a compliment. This plotless, crudely videotaped collection of moronic stunts is a movie in the same sense that those hideous, velvet depictions of Elvis are paintings.
  13. Loud, crass and full of slapstick humor that the Three Stooges would be ashamed of. And it is almost completely lacking in charm and nuance.
  14. Truthfully, it's all incredibly boring. Noé tosses in some dime-store existentialism ("Time destroys everything"), but this is a movie with not a whole lot on its mind except rank exploitation.
  15. Calling Boys and Girls the year's worst movie makes it sound more entertaining than it actually is.
    • New York Post
  16. So awful it qualifies as cruel and unusual punishment.
    • New York Post
  17. Thanks to the amateurish, spectacularly talent-free quality of its cinematography, direction, writing and acting, Emerald Cowboy is simply impossible to sit through.
  18. Based on a video game, far exceeds expectations -- in negative ways that inspire thoughts of less than zero stars.
  19. Offensive and unwatchable.
  20. The narrative itself, attributed to three former "Seinfeld" writers who also worked on "The Grinch," reeks of desperation.
  21. A sexed-up Afterschool Special pretty much guaranteed to render audiences comatose.
  22. So utterly devoid of suspense, energy or credibility it should have been shipped straight to the remainder bin at Blockbuster.
  23. Should have been stopped at customs -- as family entertainment, it constitutes child abuse.
  24. Lethargically paced, badly edited and shot in hideous digital video.
  25. Little more than 91 minutes of cheesy special effects in search of a remotely coherent story.
  26. Garfield is a downright cat-astrophe.
  27. Nearly two hours of New Age hooey.
  28. If ever a movie could be charged with imperiling the morals of a minor, it's probably Sleepover, a sleazy, PG-rated sex comedy that's apparently aimed at 8- to 10-year-old girls.
  29. Exploitative rubbish.

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