New York Post's Scores

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For 6,584 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 The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
Lowest review score: 0 No One Lives
Score distribution:
6,584 movie reviews
  1. Nothing would help make this dud understandable.
  2. So bad it's awful.
  3. You know you're in trouble when you're suffering a comedy shutout and the pinch-hitters you send in are Kidman and Dave Matthews.
  4. A lame, glossy and disastrously misconceived film about three ditsy sisters dealing with the death of their horrible father.
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  5. It's so incoherent that at first you wonder if the reels are being shown out of order.
  6. Strong contender for the weirdest movie released this year.
  7. A mind-numbing piece of would-be provocation from the button-pushing Harmony Korine, Trash Humpers gets no stars from me -- not because it's offensive and disgusting like his earlier "Gummo" and "Julien Donkey-Boy," but because it's about as enervating a way to waste 78 minutes as I've ever experienced.
  8. It boggles the mind to think that Elite Squad won the top prize at the prestigious Berlin Film Festival in February.
  9. Dieter Laser is grand as the doc, a character Christopher Walken would be comfortable doing, and Akihiro Kitamura provides laughs as the first part of the centipede.
  10. Isn't as bad as you'd think, but this comic mash-up of "The Bourne Identity" and "Fat Albert" doesn't have much heft.
  11. This is just a slow-moving skin flick broken up by lots of boring discussions about Cherry's future.
  12. A satirical blast at America's gun culture. But it's so entertaining that even a die-hard NRA member might be impressed.
  13. Basically, this is Smith and his real-life son, Jaden (both affecting ridiculous mid-Atlantic accents) talking the audience to death for something like 90 minutes before the closing credits.
  14. Simply not up to the task.
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  15. Intermittently funny, often vulgar.
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  16. The Caller qualifies as something of a Holocaust movie, with flashbacks to World War II France. Guess who the two boys we see grow up to be?
  17. Not very haunty.
  18. The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones hopes to be the start of a new franchise for tweens and Twihards, but the twuth is this twash is anything but a twiumph.
  19. Yet another screwed-up mess that will give audiences another excuse to shun the multiplexes this weekend.
  20. A lot of its jokes sputter and it doesn't contain even a hint of a chick movie, but The Dukes of Hazzard has some of the same fratty energy as "Wedding Crashers."
  21. There is virtually nothing in Mac Carter’s horror flick that deviates from the standard haunted house plot (or, in this case, plod).
  22. There are some decent actors and great costumes in this overly solemn compendium of rock clichés.
  23. Ends up a nightmare of a star vehicle.
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  24. Shlocky, sloppy and crass adolescent comedy.
  25. In trying to straddle both the grown-up and kiddie worlds with this inappropriately sexualized effort - their first theatrical release since 1995's "It Takes Two" - the Olsens have lost their footing.
  26. This one-joke comedy vehicle is flying through a laugh-free zone.
  27. 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.
  28. This one is essentially “The Firm” with smartphones.
  29. Nothing happens that hasn't been done better in other films, among them Thomas Vinterberg's excellent 1998 "The Celebration."
  30. Rent "Enchanted" with Adams, and watch Goode as Colin Firth's boyfriend in his other current movie, "A Single Man."

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