New York Post's Scores

  • Movies
  • TV
For 6,698 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 6.3 points lower than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average Movie review score: 55
Highest review score: 100 The Triplets of Belleville
Lowest review score: 0 Blood: The Last Vampire
Score distribution:
6,698 movie reviews
  1. Saw
    Promoted as "the year's scariest movie," it's anything but.
  2. This masturbatory exercise is the least revealing "documentary" since Jerry Seinfeld's "Comedian."
  3. A loud, coarse and witless family comedy.
  4. The game cast tries desperately to be funny, but Day hasn't provided them with the material.
  5. Sucky vampire flick.
  6. Crashing chandelier, crashing bore.
  7. Lumpy, preachy and soporific.
  8. No "Schindler's List," to put it mildly.
  9. It's not a bad premise for a movie, but writer-director Omar Naim, a 26-year-old Lebanese native making his feature debut, proves equally inept at handling plotting, actors and pacing.
  10. Incoherent, laugh-free comedy.
  11. An embarrassing misfire...feels like a long, slow TV pilot about L.A. twentysomethings, only it lacks the polish and wit of your average sitcom.
  12. There's 80 minutes of mawkish, overacted melodrama - laced with gratuitous violence and profanity - before we get to anything more than the briefest snippet of a dance number.
    • New York Post
  13. The best thing about Some Body -- an amateurish, quasi-improvised acting exercise shot on ugly digital video -- is that it's all over in 80 minutes.
  14. A crass, mechanical attempt at a thriller that should have gone straight to video.
  15. Comes off as nothing more than a TV soap opera, with overwrought acting, simplistic dialogue and a generic plot.
    • New York Post
  16. The talented cast doesn't stand much of a chance in this rambling, pointless narrative.
    • New York Post
  17. An example of Hollywood schlock from the team of Joel Schumacher (director) and Jerry Bruckheimer (producer) that lacks the faintest trace of imagination or genuine feeling.
  18. The whole movie is so ineptly written and directed that its 90 minutes seem to take twice as long.
  19. Poor Keaton, a capable actor who was absent from the screen for several years, is hamstrung by the material even more than in last year's dismal "First Daughter."
  20. Deadly dull.
  21. A vulgar, grating alleged "family" comedy.
  22. A schlocky thriller choking under the weight of its own psychobabble.
  23. The MPAA's rating explanation for this PG-13-rated snoozer misleadingly claims it contains "intense sequences of terror/violence"; it would be more accurate to state that Boogeyman contains "virtually every horror-movie cliché of the past 30 years."
  24. If boy bands weren't already passé, Harry and Max would finish the job.
  25. Becomes more and more confused, unpleasant and preposterous.
  26. Unlike Cursed, which resorts to blatant but unconvincing gore and violence, "The Wolf Man" (1941) gets its point across through suggestion, makeup and spooky sets.
  27. Plays like an unwieldy mishmash of "Big Momma's House," "An Unmarried Woman" and "The Burning Bed," with lots of gospel music thrown in.
  28. If the once red-hot Vin Diesel's overhyped career wasn't finished off by last summer's mega flop "The Chronicles of Riddick," the alleged family comedy The Pacifier ought to do the trick.
  29. This movie wasn't just made for 11-year-old girls; it seems to have been made by 11-year-old girls.
  30. Dom DeLuise, as a fruitcake director, and John Waters fave Mink Stole, as Robin's Jewish mother, spice things up, but not enough to make Girl Play worthwhile.

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