Us (2019 film)

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Joel Meares of Rotten Tomatoes also noted that the Tethered, referencing the "we're Americans" line, are representatives of the duality of American society, how some citizens can afford to live on top of the class system, while others are stuck in poverty. He also noted the title Us could mean "U.S.", or United States. Manohla Dargis of The New York Times notes that the Wilsons are "introduced with an aerial sweep of greenery" similar to the opening of Stanley Kubrick's The Shining and sees that movie as the principal influence on Us.

No Safe Spaces

The film's makers were set to be on hand for commentator Ben Shapiro's September 14, 2017 speech at UC Berkeley, site of civic protests and unrest. The filmmakers disputed its PG-13 rating. The film was released in Arizona theaters October 25, 2019, to be followed by a national release on December 6, 2019. The film has done a lot better with its audience than with critics. On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has an approval rating of 54%, based on 13 reviews, with an average rating of 5.04/10. Alan Ng of Film Threat wrote in his review, "When it’s all said and done, this film is offensive only to those who don’t want to watch it." For The A.V.


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It was initially a mock title proposed by Hollywood news and gossip blog Defamer and mistakenly reported as genuine by a number of sources of film information, including MovieTome, where it was still being used in the search results as late as 2011, the Daily Star, The Irish Times, The Boston Globe, and (although no longer) the Internet Movie Database. However, the official Brüno website lists the extended 'title' in its metadata. Gay Austrian fashion reporter Brüno Gehard is fired from his own television show, Funkyzeit mit Brüno (Funkytime with Brüno) after disrupting a Milan Fashion Week catwalk (whose audience included Paul McCartney), and his lover Diesel leaves him for another man.

No. 1 (film series)

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Ratings collected from film review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes & IMDb. Govinda....Raju. Karisma Kapoor....Malti. Harish Kumar....Deepak. Kanchan...Shalini. Kader Khan....Hoshiyar Chand. Shakti Kapoor....Mama. Sadashiv Amrapurkar....Pandit Shadiram Gharjode. Javed Khan....Taxi Driver. Kulbhushan Kharbanda. Govinda....Rajesh 'Raju' Malhotra. Karisma Kapoor....Meena Nath. Kader Khan....Dhanraj Malhotra. Paresh Rawal....Dinanath (Meena's grandfather). Satish Shah....Pappi. Tiku Talsania....Vidya Nath. Himani Shivpuri....Shanno. Shakti Kapoor....Babu (Special Appearance). Shashi Kiran....Shanno's Husband. Anil Dhawan....Jeevan. Shagufta Ali....Anil Dhawan's wife.

Oscar bait

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A study by Gabriel Rossman and Oliver Schilke, two sociologists at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), reviewed data from the Internet Movie Database (IMDb), such as genres and plot keywords, for 3,000 movies released between 1985 and 2009 to see what elements were likeliest to draw Oscar nominations. The researchers found that war movies, historical epics, and biographies earned the most. Plot elements of political intrigue, disabilities, war crimes and show business were also very common element of nominated films. A release during Oscar season, or by an independent division of a major studio were also strong indicators.

Peaceful Warrior

Peaceful Warrior received mixed to negative reviews, currently holding a 25% "rotten" rating from Rotten Tomatoes; the consensus states: "Based on a best-selling memoir, Peaceful Warrior loses something in the transition from page to screen. It hits the viewer over the head with philosophical jargon, and ultimately fails to live up to its source material." On Metacritic, the film has a 40/100 rating, indicating "mixed or average reviews." Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times gave the film 2½ stars out of 4. * Scott Mechlowicz as Dan Millman. Nick Nolte as Socrates "Soc". Amy Smart as Joy. Tim DeKay as Coach Garrick. Ashton Holmes as Tommy. Paul Wesley as Trevor. B.J. Britt as Kyle.

Heart Condition (film)

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The movie's reception was largely negative, scoring a 0% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes based on 8 reviews. The Movie never received a rating over 6/10 on any of the movie sites it was presented to. IMDb gave the movie itself a 5/10 and other sponsors refused to put it up for sale. Till this day in 2019 the movie is posted on YouTube and Amazon Prime Video for a compelling value of $2.99 but is free to watch on any other platform. Roger Ebert gave the film two stars. * Bob Hoskins as Jack Moony. Denzel Washington as Napoleon Stone. Lisa Stahl Sullivan as Annie. Chloe Webb as Crystal Gerrity. Roger E. Mosley as Captain Wendt. Ja'net Dubois as Mrs. Stone. Alan Rachins as Dr. Posner.

Boys and Girls (2000 film)

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A year later, Ryan and Jennifer are students at UC Berkeley. Ryan is in a steady relationship with his high school sweetheart, Betty, and Jennifer is having a fling with a musician. Ryan meets his roommate Hunter (aka Steve), a self-described ladies' man with countless elaborate (and unsuccessful) ploys for sleeping with women. Jennifer moves in with her best friend Amy after she and her boyfriend break up. Ryan and Amy start going out, and he renews his friendship with Jennifer, even after Amy has her "breakup" with him for her. They take walks, console each other over break-ups, and gradually become best friends.

Frank Portman

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He then moved to nearby Berkeley and attended the University of California, Berkeley. Portman's musical career began during his high school years in 1979, when he played in a band called the Bent Nails alongside future Mr. T Experience bass player Byron Stamatatos. The group was short-lived but released a song entitled "No More Riots" on the northern California punk compilation Not So Quiet on the Western Front released by Maximum Rocknroll in 1982. After high school Portman left Millbrae for UC Berkeley but kept in touch with Stamatatos.

Big Eden

It currently holds a 65% "fresh" score on Rotten Tomatoes based on 52 reviews, with an average rating of 5.92/10. The consensus states: "Though unrealistic, Big Eden has all the charm and sweetness of a fairy tale." On Metacritic, which uses an average of critics' reviews, the film holds a 59/100 rating, indicating "mixed or average reviews". IMDb's rating currently is set on 7.1/10. David Ehrenstein from New Times LA wrote “Has all the crowd-pleasing elements moviegoers respond to: appealing hero, absorbing story, a solid group of supporting players and a big fat happy ending.”

Pirates of Silicon Valley

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Actor Noah Wyle, who portrays Jobs, stated in an interview with CNN, "These kids grew up 30 miles south of the (University of California) Berkeley campus, which was ripe with revolution ... and they couldn't have cared less about the politics going on. They were in the garage tinkering with their electronics and starting a revolution that was a thousand times greater than anything that was going on the college campuses, politically." Director Martyn Burke also noted in an interview that, "Steve Jobs and Bill Gates are the true revolutionaries of our time. Not the students who occupied the dean's office in the late '60s.

The Blair Witch Project

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The review-aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes gives a score of 87%, with a weighted average of 7.67 out of 10 based on 159 reviews from critics. The website's "Critics Consensus" describes it as "[f]ull of creepy campfire scares, mock-doc [which] keeps audiences in the dark about its titular villain – thus proving that imagination can be as scary as anything onscreen." On Metacritic, the film received "[u]niversal acclaim" and was awarded its "Must-See" badge, with a weighted average of 81 out of 100 based on 33 reviews.

Chan Is Missing

On Rotten Tomatoes, the movie has a 100% rating with 12 votes, while IMDb gives it a 7/10 with 832 votes. Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times awarded the film 3 out of 4 stars and wrote that the film is "whimsical treasure of a film that gives us a real feeling for the people of San Francisco's Chinatown" and it "has already become something of a legend because of the way it was filmed" that it demonstrates a "warm, low-key, affectionate and funny look at some real Chinese-Americans" and went to say "almost without realizing it, we are taken beyond the plot into the everyday lives of these people."

The Maze Runner (film)

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Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes assigns the film a score of 65% based on 163 reviews, with an average rating of 5.9/10. The site's consensus states: "With strong acting, a solid premise, and a refreshingly dark approach to its dystopian setting, The Maze Runner stands out from the crowded field of YA sci-fi adventures". Metacritic gives the film a score of 57 out of 100, based on 34 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews". Audiences surveyed by CinemaScore gave the film a grade of "A-" on an A+ to F scale.

Disaster Movie

The most positive major critic review listed on either Metacritic or Rotten Tomatoes was by Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly, who gave the film a C+ and remarked: "The movie is merciless sending up Junos self-satisfied hipster gobbledygook, and it's quite funny to see Hannah Montana still promoting her tie-in products as she lies crushed and dying under a meteor." Gleiberman previously contributed the only positive review listed on either site (out of 17 at Metacritic and 57 at Rotten Tomatoes) of Friedberg and Seltzer's earlier effort Epic Movie.

Weirdos (film)

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On review aggregator website Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 93%, based on 14 reviews, and an average rating of 6.9/10. Adam Nayman of Cinema Scope stated, "It's nice that this latest work by a filmmaker who has sometimes chased hipness past its expiration date concludes on a note of deliberate, intergenerational non-cool." Brent Mcknight of The Seattle Times remarked, "The young leads are charming and authentic, and the film reminds us all to embrace our own weirdness." The Toronto Stars Peter Howell said that "Weirdos is one of Bruce McDonald's sweetest films."

Dexter (TV series)

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On Rotten Tomatoes, season one has an 81% approval rating with a score of 8.18 out of 10 and the consensus: "Its dark but novel premise may be too grotesque for some, but Dexter is a compelling, elegantly crafted horror-drama.

Soultaker (film)

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On review-aggregating website Rotten Tomatoes, Soultaker has an approval rating of 0%, based on 5 reviews, with an average score of 2/10. Los Angeles Times writer Mark Chalon Smith unfavorably compared Soultaker to 1968's Night of the Living Dead, both of which were made with a small budget. Smith said having a small budget "doesn't necessarily mean a movie can't be fun and scary", but that Soultaker was not fun. Blockbuster Entertainment gave the film two stars, while VideoHound's Golden Movie Retriever by Jim Craddock gave it one and a half stars. TV Guide gave it one star, criticizing the storyline and special effects while describing the acting as "adequate".

The Incredible Melting Man

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The World of Henry Orient

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The film was well-received by critics and has an 88% rating at Rotten Tomatoes. In his review for The New York Times, Bosley Crowther wrote that it was "one of the most joyous and comforting movies about teenagers that we've had in a long time". It was voted one of the Year's Ten Best Films by the National Board of Review in 1964. A Broadway musical adaptation of The World of Henry Orient called Henry, Sweet Henry, with music and lyrics by Bob Merrill, book by Nunnally Johnson (the father of Nora Johnson), direction by George Roy Hill and choreography by Michael Bennett, opened at the Palace Theatre on October 23, 1967.

Monsters, Inc.

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To help the animators with Sulley and other large monsters, Pixar arranged for Rodger Kram, a University of California, Berkeley expert on the locomotion of heavy mammals, to lecture on the subject. Adding to Sulley's lifelike appearance was an intense effort by the technical team to refine the rendering of fur. Other production houses had tackled realistic fur, most notably Rhythm & Hues in its 1993 polar bear commercials for Coca-Cola and in its talking animals' faces in the 1995 film Babe. This film, however, required fur on a much larger scale.

Elf (film)

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On Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 83% based on 193 reviews, and an average rating of 7.03/10. The website's critical consensus reads, "A movie full of Yuletide cheer, Elf is a spirited, good-natured family comedy, and it benefits greatly from Will Ferrell's funny and charming performance as one of Santa's biggest helpers." On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 64 out of 100, based on 38 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews". Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A–" on an A+ to F scale.

Necromancer (1988 film)

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a "rotten" score of 23% and it holds a rating of 4.0/10 at the Internet Movie Database. Necromancer was released in several countries on VHS format. In the United States, the film was released on DVD by Image Entertainment on September 26, 2000. Home distribution rights were later acquired by Millennium Entertainment, releasing the film on September 7, 2005. In the United Kingdom, the film was initially available on VHS from CBS/Fox Video, while the DVD was made available via Lionsgate Home Entertainment on September 10, 2012. As of 2018, the film has not yet received a release on Blu-ray format. As of yet, the film's soundtrack has not been released.

The Trials of Henry Kissinger

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Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes collected 58 reviews, of which 95% were positive. Metacritic gave the film a score of 72/100 based on 23 critics. The Trials of Henry Kissinger at Internet Movie Database. The Trials of Henry Kissinger at Rotten Tomatoes. The Trials of Henry Kissinger at

Demon Wind

On Rotten Tomatoes, the film has a "rotten" score of 28% and it holds a rating of 4.8/10 at the Internet Movie Database Shaun vs. the B-Movies gave a score of 5/10 saying "Personally, I got more unintentional entertainment out of this than I ever expected so I’ll bump the rating a notch for this train wreck of a film." Demon Wind was released on VHS in the U.S. by Prism Entertainment in conjunction with Paramount Home Video in 1990. The release was known for its 3D lenticular video cover. In August 2017, Vinegar Syndrome announced they would be releasing the film on a special edition Blu-ray in October 2017. * Eric Larson as Cory. Francine Lapensée as Elaine. Rufus Nirris as Harcourt.