Tag Archives: David Arquette

Ready to Rumble - 1/2*

Brian Robbins directs this wrestling comedy from Steven Brill’s script. Two fans (David Arquette and Scott Caan) travel to the WCW headquarters to help restore their favorite wrestler (Oliver Platt) to the championship. Rose McGowan, Chris Owens, Joe Pantoliano and … Continue reading

Posted in 2000, Movie Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Scream 3 - *

Well, what do you expect? Scream, the self-promoted “different” type of horror film is going the path of all those that came before: churning out numerous unnecessary sequels. The film promises that this will be the last (and that would … Continue reading

Posted in 2000, Movie Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Muppets From Space - * *

The Muppets have seen better days, and never has the muppet candle seemed so dim as in this sixth muppet movie. The first original muppet story since The Muppets Take Manhattan, Muppets From Space is missing a crucial ingredient necessary … Continue reading

Posted in 1999, Movie Reviews | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Never Been Kissed - * * 1/2*

Never Been Kissed is a film about second chances. Similar in ways to Peggy Sue Got Married, the film gives its lead character a chance to relive her not-so-glorious days of high school (albeit without the time travel twist). Never … Continue reading

Posted in 1999, Movie Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Ravenous - * 1/2*

Ah, what could be better than the return of the good ol’ fashioned cannibal movie? Well, judging from Ravenous, quite a bit, actually. Though it nearly hits its stride as a black comedy, the film never quite finds its rhythym, … Continue reading

Posted in 1999, Movie Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Scream 2 - * * 1/2*

There’s a scene in Scream 2 in which several film students are debating the merits of sequels. They claim that it is the rare sequel which surpasses its original. Scream 2 certainly does. The action again focuses on Sidney Prescott … Continue reading

Posted in 1997, Movie Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Scream - * 1/2*

Scream is Wes Craven’s latest horror film with a gimmick that just doesn’t quite work. It opens, in traditional slasher film fashion, with the young, pert, and alone Casey (Drew Barrymore) having a terrifying encounter with a homicidal caller. The … Continue reading

Posted in 1996, Movie Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment