Three Bomb Mr. Cranky Movie Reviews
This is one of those "quirky" films in which neither logic nor economics seems to factor.
|12/22/2003 - 15:11|
|Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo||1|
The main goal … is to pack as many sex-act euphemisms, gay jokes, Asian jokes, and penis euphemisms into one 80-minute film as humanly possible.
|08/12/2005 - 15:38|
Long story short, if your movie is about the devil, and you call it "Devil," and there are only four characters trapped in a certain situation and one of them is the devil, well, game over – the movie sucks from the first minute.
|09/25/2010 - 21:06|
It's not clear how Andrew Fleming convinced anybody that what the summer movie season really needed was an ill-timed comedy about Watergate.
|08/04/1999 - 16:11|
|Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star||0|
The excitement preceding a David Spade film is akin to the excitement preceding a traffic jam -- most of us look for some way around it.
|09/05/2003 - 16:12|
|Die Hard with a Vengeance||0|
Since McClane has survived every conceivable life-threatening situation under the sun, "Die Hard with a Vengeance" is forced to invent new, increasingly stupid ways to have him almost die.
|05/19/1995 - 16:22|
|Dinner For Schmucks||1|
While it was amusing of you to completely waste the talent of Zach Galifianakis by restricting him to the role of a cape-wearing IRS employee, the idea that somehow a pet medium, a blind fencing expert and a national mustache champion are the cream of the weirdo crop was a bit of a let-down.
|08/08/2010 - 02:23|
Films are supposed to be made because somebody wants to tell a story, not because somebody wants to try out a new computer technique.
|05/19/2000 - 16:23|
|Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood||0|
It's nice to know, at least if the film is any indication, that lifelong problems and seething resentment are easily cured by a good hug.
|06/07/2002 - 16:26|
These explanations are sprinkled with enough clever expletives to keep them amused while they're learning, sort of like wrapping your dog's deworming pill in a piece of ham.
|11/12/1999 - 16:32|
|Don't Say a word||0|
What, exactly, is the problem with grabbing Elisabeth and thumping on her until she talks?
|09/28/2001 - 16:36|
This movie owes more to "Aliens" and "Stargate" than Harriet Miers owes to George W. Bush.
|10/21/2005 - 16:38|
Apparently, some kid in this town has a lemonade stand where he also sells law degrees.
|09/24/1999 - 16:47|
|Down in the Delta||0|
Angelou apparently thinks that her gift for molding wordsinto mental images is enough to qualify her to get behind the big bad camera and drive.
|12/25/1998 - 16:52|
This film might easily be described as "King Ralph on a Submarine."
|03/01/1996 - 16:54|
Pants wet with the comprehension of mutual understanding, the executives suddenly stood tall and began chanting their new mantra: "More talking animals! More talking animals!"
|06/26/1998 - 19:18|
|Dr. T and the Women||0|
Wow. We haven't seen an acting stretch like this since Marlon Brando played a fat guy.
|10/13/2000 - 19:20|
If there's a message in the movie, it's that films like this ought to just go straight to video and not inflict their ungodly torture on us all.
|12/22/2000 - 19:25|
No surprise really. Dracula Untold sucked the life out of me.
|10/17/2014 - 20:25|
|Drive Me Crazy||0|
You mean they actually needed a written document to put this movie together?
|10/01/1999 - 19:36|