Two Bomb Mr. Cranky Movie Reviews
|Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan||6|
This movie is like the overacting Olympics.
|09/02/1995 - 01:20|
|Star Trek: First Contact||0|
The only thing "menacing" about a big cube spaceship is its capacity to bore you to death.
|11/22/1996 - 01:27|
In Hollywood, a man who's obsessed with action, violence and naked women is free to continue in his profession of choice, even after having been convicted of trying to torture the entire free world with "Showgirls."
|11/07/1997 - 21:51|
|Starsky and Hutch||0|
Nostalgia is overrated, and this feature-length remake of "Starsky and Hutch" is a prime example of why.
|03/05/2004 - 21:51|
Let me put it another way: Govworks.com was supposed to make the bureaucracy work better. Obviously, these two idiots never worked for the government.
|05/25/2001 - 21:51|
|Stranger Than Fiction||0|
Just like Jim Carrey did in "The Truman Show," Will Farrell seems desperate to prove that he can actually act and isn't just that funny man we all know whose movies consistently rack up hundreds of millions of dollars.
|11/10/2006 - 20:07|
Was (Peckinpah) a great director or a scumbag who just happened to be able to hold a camera steady? This film suggests the latter.
|09/01/1995 - 20:04|
Prior to making "Supercop," Jackie Chan had a vision.
|07/26/1996 - 22:15|
I say if you want to look for a martyr, look to the super-geniuses at Warner Bros. who dropped $250 million making this thing.
|06/28/2006 - 22:13|
This film is directed by James Ivory, known for"Howard's End" and a bevy of other productions where English people walk around challenging each other to butt cheek squeezing contests.
|09/20/1996 - 22:02|
On a weekend that's seeing the openings of "Superbabies: Baby Geniuses 2" and "The Brown Bunny," and may likely be referred to several years from now as "The End of Cinema," the release of "Suspect Zero" may turn out to be the cherry on the Apocalypse pie.
|08/27/2004 - 22:01|
(Director Robert) Siegel should have just called the movie "Catfight."
|08/30/2000 - 21:49|
The only thing this film proves is that Los Angeles is an utter hellhole that sucks the life out of 99% of everybody who ends up there.
|10/18/1996 - 21:44|
This film resembles the kind of experiment a creative writing professor at Stanford would give his students to keep them occupied while he went off to nap in his office.
|10/31/1997 - 21:42|
If you actually believe that some Hollywood filmmaker has even the slightest inkling about what goes on in the world's most powerful circles, you should really have your head examined.
|12/09/2005 - 21:36|
Why can't Hollywood make a single "man versus nature" movie that is actually interesting to watch?
|10/29/2011 - 05:46|
|Talk to Her||0|
"Talk to Her" is ostensibly a deep, thinky film. Critics insist it's deep and thinky. It looks deep and thinky. It's subtitled. The director only has one name (Almodovar!) and one of the male leads cries more than Richard Simmons at a Country Buffet.
|03/15/2002 - 02:51|
To say that Ricky Bobby has a one-track mind is like saying that inviting Mel Gibson to your next bar mitzvah is a bad idea.
|08/04/2006 - 02:50|
|Team America: World Police||0|
Trey Parker and Matt Stone's "Team America: World Police" is shockingly politically correct.
|10/15/2004 - 02:36|
|The 40 Year-Old Virgin||0|
"The 40 Year-old Virgin" is a limp effort.
|08/19/2005 - 20:20|