New York Post's Scores

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For 6,840 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 6.1 points lower than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average Movie review score: 55
Highest review score: 100 Far from Heaven
Lowest review score: 0 6 Month Rule
Score distribution:
6,840 movie reviews
  1. The street action is a grabber, but the story itself isn't.
  2. Make no mistake, Father of Invention is the hilarious Spacey's show all the way.
  3. If you've come to appreciate Hal Hartley's idiosyncratic style through films like "Flirt" and "The Unbelievable Truth," his take on the monster movie genre will intrigue you. But, ultimately, disappoint you.
  4. A talky, pretentious soap opera about Spanish intellectuals.
  5. Under Jordan Susman's inept direction, these twentysomething airheads, angry about the proliferation of Starbucks outlets and other societal ills, all resemble nubile models.
  6. It's really just about a bunch of pathetic losers whiling away the hours with their hands jammed down their pants.
  7. The two youngsters are not polished performers, but that's actually part of the subtle charm.
  8. Since the thing is increasingly impatient to jump forward to the next big torture set piece, there isn't any time to establish anyone's character. Butcher shops are bloody, too, but they're not scary.
  9. A grubby cut-price sci-fi thriller.
  10. No amount of actorly dedication can change the pointlessness of watching unpleasant things happening to uniformly unpleasant people.
  11. Acquires a little vigor and some fun from Tracy Morgan as a friendly drug dealer who lives with his mom.
  12. An ugly, failed attempt to pull off a "Heathers"-style, teen-oriented black comedy.
  13. Branagh's attempt to meld Shakespeare's densely verbal early comedy with Broadway show tunes fails, thanks to stunt casting, poor singing and dancing, and the incompatibility of the two art forms.
  14. It’s a mildly interesting thriller — Paris through the eyes of a director who doesn’t know how to make its beauty menacing.
  15. Even the audience at whom the movie is aimed — the crowd for whom dinner and a movie means meeting up at 3 p.m. — will be bored by the stale funk coming off every scene.
  16. Someone describes his writing as "snarky, bitter, witless." The last part pretty well sums up this movie.
  17. The scene where a pilot bails out in Stealth is so over-painted with CGI that it doesn't look as real as the sequence starring Shepard that inspired it in "The Right Stuff," a movie made with model airplanes.
  18. A murky and morbid dirge of a gay romance.
  19. Lucas' films are like Cher's face. No matter how many times you rework the same material, it's never going to be new and fresh again. And so it is with his latest, Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
  20. The sometimes painfully sincere and slow-moving For Greater Glory clearly aspires to be inspirational, but history won't cooperate. The Cristeros triumphed not because of their faith, but because the United States exerted diplomatic pressure to protect its oil interests in Mexico.
  21. Gould’s lugubrious presence is always welcome, and Rue plays her lovelorn part with verve.
  22. It’s doubtful that Scorsese will redo this new Lau thriller, which is OK because the Chinese original is all fans need.
  23. A totally ridiculous and incoherent sci-fi adventure.
  24. Reiner, who came in to rescue this picture after the original director was fired, once gave us "When Harry Met Sally," but seeing him work now is like watching Willie Mays hobble around in a Mets uniform during that pathetic final year when he hit .211.
  25. Time to pull the plug on this brain-dead franchise.
  26. It's a reasonably funny religious satire that takes potshots at easy targets but is quite watchable due to the participation of two Oscar winners and two Oscar nominees.
  27. Dazzles the eye, numbs the mind and may cause deafness in some cases. Did I mention to bring along some Excedrin?
  28. The characters are so cartoonish, it's hard to care on any level -- except that it wastes such talented performers.
  29. This excruciating adaptation of the innocuous '70s cartoon show makes the film version of "Josie and the Pussycats" look sophisticated by comparison.
  30. A schlocky thriller choking under the weight of its own psychobabble.

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