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Adjusted result: 95803%
Critics’ consensus: Featuring a great cast, subtle ’70s feel, and killer soundtrack, Dazed and Confused is a funny, emotional, and blunt look at high school life.
Adjusted result: 91574%
Critics’ consensus: The lively, self-deprecating performance and enough giggle-inducing humor make up for the flaws in this is the end Loosely typed text.
Adjusted result: 88624%
Critics’ consensus: Usually featured stunning visuals and sharp dialogue from the Coen Brothers, with strong performances from Goodman and Bridges.
Adjusted result: 89197%
Critics’ consensus: excitable and tentative, Easy Rider He sums up the dreams, hopes, and despair of the counterculture of the 1960s.
Adjusted result: 82264%
Critics’ consensus: While Fast times at Ridgemont High Featuring a legendary performance by Sean Penn, the film continues as it accurately captured the small details of school, work, and teenage lives.
Adjusted result: 78090%
Critics’ consensus: what Friday It may lack a taut build or directive flair, it more than makes up for in the vibrant (albeit consistently blunt) humor and the charming, lively performances of its heroines.
Adjusted result: 78.856%
Critics’ consensus: Likeable roles and subversion of racial stereotypes elevate Harold and Kumar to a higher level than typical horror comedies.
Adjusted result: 83683%
Critics’ consensus: Inherent vice It may be frustrating for viewers who demand absolute consistency, but it does justice to its acclaimed source—and it should please fans of director BT Anderson.
Adjusted result: 77813%
Critics’ consensus: TedThe romance versus romance plot is familiar, but the movie hangs high with a highly-conceptual central premise and a very funny (albeit inconsistent) script.
Adjusted result: 75560%
Critics’ consensus: Both hilarious and scattered, this loose-knit/friendly/sad comedy interconnects genres and maintains a steady pace of low-ball laughter.
Adjusted result: 67745%
Critics’ consensus: Although many jokes have been made before, Anna Faris’ brilliant performance and Greg Araki’s sharp direction makes Smiley face More than average great comedy.
Adjusted result: 57972%
Critics’ consensus: Fans can expect a good laugh as the cast from Smith’s previous films gather in the latest arc for Jay and Silent Bob. However, the loose plot and foul language may be too much for others.
Adjusted result: 57008%
Critics’ consensus: A D Tenacious fan will find this movie hilarious; No one else will see but a low-brow concept movie and a handful of jokes that are well past the 100-minute mark.
Adjusted result: 54966%
Critics’ consensus: Critics say Scary Movie goes too far with rudeness and rudeness to get his laughs.
Adjusted result: 54421%
Critics’ consensus: We are the millers He squanders his potential with a mixed story lazily put together.
Adjusted result: 52193%
Critics’ consensus: Visually creative, but also aimless, repetitive, and devoid of character development.
Adjusted result: 48222%
Critics’ consensus: It has been quoted a lot but has undeniable flaws, high in the smoke It is a staple of stone cinema thanks to the allure of two counterculture icons.
Adjusted result: 26821%
Critics’ consensus: There is no consensus yet.
Adjusted result: 43084%
Critics’ consensus: There is no consensus yet.
Adjusted result: 37553%
Critics’ consensus: Super Troopers are likely to appeal to those looking for something silly.
Adjusted result: 29458%
Critics’ consensus: You must be high to dig half bakedIt’s a half-baked production and sparse humor – although perhaps that was the point of this Dave Chappelle-led joint.
Adjusted result: 27614%
Critics’ consensus: How High is a sloppy movie full of lame and cliched jokes.
Adjusted result: 20647%
Critics’ consensus: Send saucy to the plane! which doesn’t really take off.
Adjusted result: 18483%
Critics’ consensus: The movie isn’t funny, the plot is pretty weak, and the production values feel more like a TV series than a movie.
Adjusted result: 15980%
Critics’ consensus: More sickening comedy overall than comedy, Grandma was born Lazy and unrewarding.