New York Post's Scores

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For 6,437 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 5.9 points lower than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average Movie review score: 55
Highest review score: 100 Lorna's Silence
Lowest review score: 0 The Wedding Date
Score distribution:
6,437 movie reviews
  1. A dull, dumb and derivative horror film.
  2. Nearly totally laugh-, chemistry- and coherence-free, this fiasco from the director of "Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle'' has a script whose sensible parts would fit on a napkin with enough room left over for the Gettysburg Address.
  3. That's My Boy is pretty raunchy, and by "pretty," I mean "amazingly," as in Howard Stern- or Seth MacFarlane-style gags.
  4. There isn't a remotely believable moment in the script here, and Kramer's leaden direction only helps strand a capable cast headed by Heather Graham in an hour and a half of virtual laugh-free tedium.
  5. The dull, predictable direction is the perfect match for a watery, nondescript cast.
  6. A glossy, shallow thriller where not a single scene rings true.
  7. One bad movie -- in the original sense of the word.
  8. It's moody and atmospheric. But with the exception of a few cool moments that remind you of Ferrara at his best, it's dull and written with little attention paid to basic storytelling.
  9. An inferior factory product, cranked out with little care and less imagination, that seems all the dumber because it's pretending to be smart and topical.
  10. Should appeal more to those who like to watch stuff blow up than understand exactly why the carnage is transpiring.
    • 31 Metascore
    • 38 Critic Score
    A lame stoner comedy.
  11. A slow ride to nowhere.
  12. Even Oliver Stone would giggle at the notion that the CIA couldn't reach JFK through any means except via one of his blond playmates.
  13. The Greeks have a word for Blackmail Boy: boring.
  14. Fanning gives a sensitive and fairly impressive performance. But like her over-the-top movie family, Hounddog is still trailer trash of the worst kind.
  15. There are a few chuckles here and there, and there are odd wisps of cleverness in the script by Steve Adams, but for the most part, Envy is a film that doesn't know where it's going.
  16. Fonda is a hoot and a half.
  17. You rarely see movies as dramatically uneven as The Weekend, which has a dreadful, one-star first half - followed by an interesting, three-star conclusion.
  18. Partly a schmaltzy, by-the-numbers romantic comedy, partly a shallow rumination on the emptiness of success -- and entirely soulless.
  19. Directed without wit or energy.
  20. Quickly devolves into a nonprescription alternative to Ambien.
    • 31 Metascore
    • 38 Critic Score
    Ultimately Serving Up Richard feels about as substantial as a Happy Meal (which this poor guy assuredly is not).
  21. So unremittingly vulgar and inept it makes "The Best Man" and "Runaway Bride" look like masterpieces by comparison.
  22. Isn't particularly funny, romantic or well-acted. It drags on endlessly.
  23. An instant candidate for worst movie of the year.
  24. Everything about National Security is so lazy and uninspired, it's hard to believe that director Dennis Dugan also made "Happy Gilmore," arguably Adam Sandler's funniest movie.
  25. Repeatedly shoots for laughs -- but ends up mostly firing blanks.
  26. Yes, there are the requisite jump-in-your-seat scares, many of them false alarms, and it all plays out basically exactly like any other horror movie, but Lawrence does elevate the proceedings.
  27. Grueling vanity piece.
    • 31 Metascore
    • 38 Critic Score
    Unpleasant as it is, you can't exactly call Sherman's perspective misogynistic, if only because the protagonist hates himself every bit as much.

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