ReelViews' Scores

  • Movies
For 2,838 reviews, this publication has graded:
  • 65% higher than the average critic
  • 2% same as the average critic
  • 33% lower than the average critic
On average, this publication grades 3.6 points higher than other critics. (0-100 point scale)
Average Movie review score: 65
Highest review score: 100 The Untouchables
Lowest review score: 0 Feast
Score distribution:
2,838 movie reviews
  1. Unless you derive pleasure from watching Lohan being tortured, there's no reason to subject yourself to this movie. Besides, if that's your goal, all you have to do is turn on tabloid TV. There's Lindsay's living hell of a life, being broadcast 24/7.
  2. It's crass, cruel, and borderline offensive, but the laughs that could redeem all of that are missing. Material as bad as the tripe that comprises Norbit can be endured only if there's a payoff. In this case, the point seems to be that some actors will do anything for a buck.
  3. It has been a long time since I came as close to walking out of a movie as I did with Confessions of a Shopaholic. Not only did I find this production to be irritating, unfunny, and lacking in entertainment value, but I found its underlying slavishness to a culture of consumption to be morally repugnant.
  4. This movie is bad from top to bottom, front to back, and start to finish.
  5. If there's one thing this motion picture proves, it's that "The Naked Gun 33 1/3" wasn't the final insult from a founding ZAZ (Zucker/Abrams/Zucker) member; this is.
  6. It's not scary, it's not chilling, and it's not interesting.
  7. The gore is so badly done that it's borderline comical and poor lighting passes for "atmosphere."
  8. White Noise has nothing. You'll have a better time staying home, tuning your TV to a station that doesn't carry a local signal, and staring.
  9. Maybe approaching The Unborn as horror is the wrong approach. Perhaps this should be seen as a comedy. It is quite possibly the most egregiously laughable high-profile supernatural tale since Roman Polanski and Johnny Depp impaled themselves on "The Ninth Gate."
  10. A catastrophe. This motion picture is an embarrassment to all involved.
  11. Tracey Ullman is a bright spot in an otherwise sordid, murky production.
  12. A dreadful, hackneyed piece of cinema.
  13. It's badly directed, poorly edited, and features some of the most unconvincing acting this side of a soup commercial.
  14. The element of high camp that makes for enjoyable "good trash" isn't present.
  15. It's a wretched attempt at entertainment, ephemerally redeemed only by the appearance of several attractive girls.
  16. A lame collection of dumber-than-dumb gags, the quality of Big Fat Liar is on par with that of the worst television sit-com gorged to four times its normal size.
  17. RV
    On those rare occasions when RV stumbles across a comedic moment that is legitimately funny, it drains the humor out of it by milking it dry.
  18. The result is an atrociously unfunny, unromantic, and unpleasant product.
  19. Disney has struck once again, taking a passably entertaining cartoon and turning it into a motion picture so lifeless that it's almost unwatchable.
  20. Perhaps the only way to approach Abduction that will not result in a 105-minute boredom-induced coma is to think of it as a comedy, preferably with a drinking game attached. There are laughs to be had, although none of them are intentional.
  21. This is as witless as movies come -- an unamusing, moronic blend of horrible acting and inept screenwriting.
  22. Doesn't have the decency to end when it should.
  23. In a way, it's probably unfair to blame director Tamra Davis exclusively for this debacle. After all, she's toiling in the shadow of a would-be multi-media superstar, making her essentially a hired gun.
  24. Too much of Jason X plays it straight, and that means boredom. Murder and mayhem of this sort quickly becomes monotonous.
  25. If ever a romantic comedy is going to fail at the box office, this is it. The movie isn't a guy's thing, a girl's thing, or anybody else's thing.
  26. Defined by three characteristics. It is as stupid as a decapitated worm. It is as irritating as a mosquito buzzing around one's head. And it is as funny as "Schindler's List."
  27. Isn't just bad, it's very bad.
  28. This feels a lot like some of the recent, unwatchable Adam Sandler offerings: boorish, unfunny comedy colliding with saccharine, quasi-dramatic filler.
  29. There's no evidence of craftsmanship or energy. Everything, from the plot to the execution, is plodding and obligatory.
  30. Regardless of how low your expectations are regarding Fired Up!, it will still surprise you, and not in a good way.

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