Three Bomb Mr. Cranky Movie Reviews
|The Crow: City of Angels||0|
Wherever there's money to be made, you can bet the farm that there's a producer nearby, eager to exploit a stale idea and a dead star in the almighty quest for a quick buck.
|08/30/1996 - 21:03|
One gets the feeling that (director Nicholas) Hytner was also looking to include a shot of Daniel Day-Lewis running butt-naked through the fallowed fields.
|11/22/1996 - 21:05|
Where the hell is Bhutan anyway? Was I supposed to get up in the middle of the film to go find an atlas?
|10/28/1999 - 21:12|
|The Da Vinci Code||1|
No need to break the Da Vinci code. It's already broken.
|05/19/2006 - 21:52|
The most violent reactions to this movie will undoubtedly come from those who suddenly realize how much they hate its main characters.
|03/05/1997 - 14:32|
|The Deep End of the Ocean||0|
Beth and Pat and their kids live in Chicago for most of the movie. I don't know if the title is some sort of typo, but that big watery thing that you see out east when you're walking down parts of Michigan Avenue is called a lake.
|03/12/1999 - 14:54|
|The Devil Wears Prada||0|
Who better to direct such an enterprise than an experienced television director like David Frankel? As everyone knows, television people regurgitate tired storylines like birds regurgitating worms for their young.
|06/30/2006 - 15:43|
|The Devil's Own||0|
The fact that (Director Alan) Pakula missed golden opportunities to enthrall theaudience and cash in on the fame of his two stars stands as a throbbing tribute to his stunning stupidity.
|03/26/1997 - 15:48|
|The Devil's Rejects||0|
Maybe Rob Zombie will get to reflect on his choices in the pits of hell.
|07/22/2005 - 15:52|
Mamet's characters have all the believability of Oliver Stone at a conference on historical accuracy.
|09/26/1997 - 02:23|
|The Emperor and the Assassin||0|
Directors need to get a clue. Length does not equal importance.
|11/14/1998 - 23:22|
|The End of the Affair||0|
We Americans may not be very couth, but at least we know how to kick some ass.
|12/10/1999 - 23:45|
|The Evening Star||0|
Kill off enough people and eventually someone will start bawling.
|12/25/1996 - 19:42|
(Director Tony) Scott is more of a salesman than a film director. His movies are brain candy for men who can't think and chew at the same time.
|08/16/1996 - 20:57|
|The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift||0|
For all intents and purposes, this movie IS a video game and might have well been produced entirely on an Xbox 360.
|06/16/2006 - 13:59|
|The Fighting Temptations||0|
It's as if the transition genie snuck into the editing room when nobody was looking and stole all the transitions in the film and flew away with them on his magic carpet to whatever mystical world houses all the scenes in movies that connect one part of the story to another.
|09/19/2003 - 14:22|
|The First Wives Club||0|
The director, Hugh Wilson, is the beast responsible for starting that whole "Police Academy" thing. Gee, what better way to bring an air of sophistication to the battle of the sexes?
|09/20/1996 - 14:55|
|The Flower of My Secret||0|
The first half-hour consists of stupid metaphors that we're supposed to absorb until Almodovar feels we're ready for the main story.
|03/08/1996 - 15:56|
Oh, how I wish I had been one of the forgotten on this film's invitation list.
|09/24/2004 - 16:09|
Frankly, I think getting off in public over the fact you married a hot, famous woman is kind of rude. Why couldn't Aronofsky and Weisz celebrate their love by doing what everyone else does and film themselves having sex?
|11/22/2006 - 16:16|