Four Bomb Mr. Cranky Movie Reviews
|The Family Stone||1|
What kind of slime starts hitting on his fiancé's sister? And what kind of movie ultimately makes it all okay?
|12/16/2005 - 20:50|
|The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas||0|
Yabba dabba doody.
|04/28/2000 - 15:52|
By the end of the film, the knocks at the door are more evocative of the old "Saturday Night Live" land-shark skit than anything resembling horror.
|08/26/1996 - 16:02|
|The Four Feathers||0|
They should have titled this "Lawrence of Arabia Lite."
|09/30/2002 - 16:19|
|The Gingerbread Man||0|
The level of stupidity evidenced here makes one wonder how any of these studio people can take a crap without falling in the toilet.
|01/23/1998 - 20:06|
|The Great White Hype||0|
Since he first burst onto the scene with "Bull Durham," (Screenwriter Ron) Shelton has since done a good job of writing his career right into the toilet.
|05/03/1996 - 22:06|
Catherine Zeta-Jones is fast becoming the poster child for no-talent, nice-to-look-at actresses everywhere.
|07/23/1999 - 16:46|
|The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy||0|
Since I should pile on someone, it might as well be director Garth Jennings, who looks more confused than David Spade in a sincerity therapy group.
|04/29/2005 - 20:08|
|The Ice Harvest||0|
I'm not usually offended when a movie makes fun of Christmas, Kansas and religious people simultaneously, but somehow Ramis and crew manage to ruin this dark comedy by infusing it with the kind of yawn-inspiring boredom that could dislocate a jaw.
|11/23/2005 - 03:03|
|The In Crowd||0|
This is what happens when too many beautiful people gather in one place and a film is unable to find anywhere to put them.
|07/19/2000 - 20:38|
That's right, the plight of Africans victimized by racism now has a face, and that face is Nicole Kidman.
|04/22/2005 - 03:14|
|The Little Vampire||0|
The little English kids like Tony about as much as they like cosmetic dentistry.
|10/27/2000 - 02:56|
|The Loss of Sexual Innocence||0|
(Mike Figgis) brings subtlety to cinema like Microsoft brings freedom of choice to home computing.
|04/29/1999 - 20:54|
|The Lost World||0|
Think "Gym-Kata" with big lizard puppets thrown into the mix.
|05/23/1997 - 21:03|
This is yet another film where people are talking about Jim Carrey as a potential Best Actor nominee. That would be an absolutely great idea if the award were given to the actor capable of making the best goofy face.
|12/21/2001 - 20:36|
"The Man" is akin to director Les Mayfield, the genius who brought us "Flubber," letting loose an 83-minute-long fart into the faces of movie audiences everywhere.
|09/09/2005 - 20:45|
|The Man Who Knew Too Little||0|
Unless I've missed one of those hard-hitting pieces of television news journalism on "Entertainment Tonight" about Murray killing his agent, I'd have to say that Murray would have a hard time distinguishing between a good script and a piece of soiled toilet paper.
|11/14/1997 - 20:59|
By movie's end, I felt like I'd been slamming Whiskey shots for two straight hours: I needed a place to puke.
|08/03/1997 - 21:24|
|The Matrix Revolutions||0|
If it wasn't already clear that Neo is the Wachowski brothers' Christ figure, it becomes painfully so here. In fact, I heard the Lord's name invoked many times during the course of this film as increasingly frustrated audience members begged aloud for some action.
|11/05/2003 - 21:33|
|The Mirror Has Two Faces||0|
This is no movie -- it's one long, boring episode of "The Love Boat."
|11/15/1996 - 22:56|