The Bad Review Revue

Fred Claus: "There is more plot in the average Geico commercial." Kyle Smith, New York Post August Rush: "Plays more to the gag reflex than to the heart." -- Desson Thomson, WASHINGTON POST Hitman: "One of the best movies ever made from a video game ... which doesn't provide you with very much information. That's like declaring the best meal

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The Bad Review Revue

The Comebacks: "Probably the worst movie that's sludged across my professional eyeballs." -- Gregory Kirschling , ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY Saw IV: "As edgy as a rubber knife." -- Scott Schueller, CHICAGO TRIBUNE The Ten Commandment: "Thou shalt not cast Christian Slater as Moses, no matter how much the Hollywood party boy wants to fulfill some form of karmic community service." --

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The Bad Review Revue

Hot Rod: "Started to go bad about the time someone in casting said, 'You know what? I'll bet America is just about ready for the comedy stylings of Sissy Spacek.'" -- Kyle Smith, NEW YORK POST Good Luck Chuck: "A comedy so lame its plot could've been swiped from a Bazooka Joe wrapper." -- Chris Nashawaty, ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY Dragon wars:

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The Bad Review Revue

License To Wed: "There's bad, there's awful and there's horrible, and then somewhere beyond that, in its own Kingdom of Lousy -- where all the milk curdles and the jokes aren't funny -- is License to Wed." -- Mick LaSalle, SAN FRANCSCO CHRONICLE The Brothers Solomon: "The not-funniest comedy of the year." -- Michael Phillips, CHICAGO TRIBUNE Death Sentence: "Kevin

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The Bad Review Revue: Skanks A Million

Critics are raving over Bratz!"Not that I was expecting much out of a movie based on a line of dolls, but ..." -- Richard Roeper, EBERT & ROEPER "OMG! This movie is SO BAD! I can't believe I just spent an hour and a half of my life, like, watching it, when I could have been totally trying on hairbands!"

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The Bad Review Revue

Mr. Brooks: "Has more tonal shifts than a Philip Glass concert." -- Michael Booth, DENVER POST Ocean's Thirteen: "Why put so much sheen on a movie that warrants and provokes nothing more than mild diversion? It's like serving sloppy joes on fine china." -- Chris Vognar, Dallas Morning News Firehouse Dog: "The lesson to be learned is that just because

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The Bad Review Revue

Wild Hogs: "Does for comedies what Exxon did for Prince William Sound." -- Pete Vonder Haar, Film Threat Are We Done Yet?: "Remarkable only for the fact that its star [Ice Cube] was ever once actually considered a threat to civic stability. If movies came any safer than this, they'd be given honourary police citations for keeping the peace." --

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The Bad Review Revue

Black Snake Moan: "Maybe [Samuel L.] Jackson should avoid any more movies with 'snake' in the title." -- Peter Rainer, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR I Think I Love My Wife: "Attaching Chris Rock to I Think I Love My Wife is like chaining a Kentucky Derby winner to the merry-go-round in a petting zoo." -- Lawrence Toppman, CHARLOTTE OBSERVER 300: "Should

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The Bad Review Revue

The Hitcher: "All thumbs." -- Desson Thomson, WASHINGTON POST The Messengers: "A screenplay that has the sophistication and complexity of a college dorm message board." -- Tirdad Derakhshani, PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER Epic Movie: "Jason Friedberg and Aaron Seltzer must be stopped. For the last two years, this filmmaking team has created a series of spoof movies so feeble, shoddy and unfunny

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The Bad Review Revue

School for Scoundrels: "Is to the multiplex what bagged spinach is to the produce aisle." -- Kyle Smith, NEW YORK POST Happily N'Ever After: "The best that can be said of this charmless animated picture is that whether or not it ends happily -- an outcome you're unlikely to give a hoot about -- it does, happily, end." -- Ruthe

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