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The Bad Review Revue

Tears of the Sun: "Not one-tenth as interesting as what you can see at home during a nightly cable surf as U.S. war policy is debated." -- Claudia Puig, USA TODAY

Gods and Generals: "Sanctimonious claptrap -- an inert pageant of waxen figures that fails completely as drama even as it insults the sensibilities of anyone not clinging to rosy memories of the slave-era South." -- Ty Burr, BOSTON GLOBE

Bringing Down the House: "The rare film that is capable of offending both Trent Lott and Al Sharpton." -- Rita Kempley, WASHINGTON POST

The Life of David Gale: "The secrets of the plot must remain unrevealed by me, so that you can be offended by them yourself, but let it be said this movie is about as corrupt, intellectually bankrupt and morally dishonest as it could possibly be without David Gale actually hiring himself out as a joker at the court of Saddam Hussein." -- Roger Ebert, CHICAGO SUN TIMES

Cradle 2 the Grave: "Storytelling like this makes video game plots look like 'Moby Dick'." -- Robert K. Elder, CHICAGO TRIBUNE

Posted on March 14, 2003 to Bad Review Revue