ReelViews' Scores

  • Movies
For 2,764 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 Lawrence of Arabia (re-release)
Lowest review score: 0 Knock Off
Score distribution:
2,764 movie reviews
  1. 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.
  2. It stands alongside this year's other werewolf disaster, "Blood and Chocolate," in illustrating why the moon should set on the werewolf movie.
  3. Akin to watching a bad sit-com that never ends.
  4. The sad truth about After Earth is that not only is it difficult to find things it does well, but there are numerous examples of outright incompetence dotting the landscape.
  5. Unremarkable. A more honest description would be to label it as mirthless, pointless, and banal.
  6. Boring and uninspired, this movie gives ghost stories a bad name.
  7. Straight viewing could result in brain damage.
  8. For all of its existential posturing, Being Human ends up being a rather shallow motion picture.
  9. The Punisher isn't Frank Castle; it's Jonathan Hensleigh. And the punishee is anyone sitting in the audience.
  10. Isn't just bad, it's very bad.
  11. This is as excruciating a movie as is likely to be experienced by anyone, anywhere. It isn't merely that the story is insulting, the characters are bland, the action is dull, and the CGI is everywhere - it's that all this goes on for nearly three hours. That's three hours of your life you'll never get back.
  12. Aside from Snipes' well-tuned performance and a few clever scenes detailing superstar marketing, this picture is a veritable wasteland. Even watching the horror show that the real Giants have become during the 1996 season is more fun than this. The advertising slogan may be "fear strikes soon", but, when it comes to The Fan, fear, like the movie, strikes out.
  13. Has some promise as a throw-away, lighthearted romance. Unfortunately, once those elements are gone, what's left only has a running time of about 13 minutes.
  14. After this disgrace, it's time to shut the hills' eyes for good.
  15. However, once you realize there's no "pleasure" to be had from something this wantonly dumb and idiotically constructed, all that's left is "guilt" - guilt that you actually spent money to see this.
  16. For acting to be this bad in movie not directed by Michael Bay or George Lucas, it has to be intentional.
  17. A turd of T-Rex proportions, Land of the Lost makes one remember last summer's "Speed Racer" fondly.
  18. The script isn't just "dumbed down," it's lobotomized.
  19. Disgusting, offensive, and utterly without merit. And, on top of that, it's boring and pretentious.
  20. Regardless of how low your expectations are regarding Fired Up!, it will still surprise you, and not in a good way.
  21. Delpy's injection of class into an otherwise classless production raises the specter of what this film could have been with a better script and a better cast surrounding her.
  22. If there's the kernel of a good story buried somewhere deep in Cursed, it never pops. As werewolf movies go, this one is on par with "An American Werewolf in Paris," but at least that dud had plenty of gore and Julie Delpy's bare breasts to recommend it.
  23. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles doesn't so much provide brainless enjoyment as it pummels the viewer into submission. "Shell-shocked" is a reasonable description of the experience.
  24. A movie so inane that it fails to rise to the level of "good trash."
  25. A failure on pretty much every level, Hounddog would never have been known beyond Park City had it not been for the notoriety surrounding the rape scene.
  26. It's remarkably appropriate that Envy is about turds, because that's what the movie is.
  27. Monster-in-Law is appalling misfire of a comedy - a motion picture that takes a situation ripe for the blackest vein of satire and reduces it to a puerile and edgeless pile of goo
  28. To succeed, Deception requires viewers to be both inattentive and stupid. There's not a twist in this flimsy and moth-eaten plot that isn't both contrived and transparent and not a character who hasn't been hopelessly manipulated by the needs of the narrative.
  29. What's missing from Blended? Two key ingredients: it doesn't touch the heart and it doesn't tickle the funny bone (at least not often enough).
  30. Feels perfunctory and obligatory and, despite the return of several familiar characters, is more like an afterthought than an organic third piece of a trilogy puzzle.

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