This a list of movies where the critics ratings were much higher than both the RT audience ratings and the IMDB audience ratings.

Blockers (2018) 32,21,77,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 50%, RT Critics: 82%

Blockers puts a gender-swapped spin on the teen sex comedy -- one elevated by strong performances, a smartly funny script, and a surprisingly enlightened perspective.



Hold the Dark (2018) 16,20,62,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 31%, RT Critics: 67%

Hold the Dark's unsettling aesthetic offers more of what filmgoers expect from director Jeremy Saulnier - and is often enough to prop up shaky narrative underpinnings.



Fahrenheit 11/9 (2018) 18,32,85,100

IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 57%, RT Critics: 77%

Fahrenheit 11/9 finds Michael Moore in fine fighting form, delivering a political call to action that ranks among his most effective works.



My Cousin Rachel (2017) 26,26,73,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 45%, RT Critics: 75%

Excellent cinematography and Rachel Weisz's entrancing performance keep My Cousin Rachel alluring despite a central mystery that's rather easily unlocked.



It Comes at Night (2017) 31,4,92,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 44%, RT Critics: 87%

It Comes at Night makes lethally effective use of its bare-bones trappings while proving once again that what's left unseen can be just as horrifying as anything on the screen.



Most Beautiful Island (2017) 26,34,71,100

IMDB: 5.6, RT Aud: 46%, RT Critics: 91%

Most Beautiful Island plunges audiences into a little-seen sector of society, with writer-director Ana Asensio's fearless performance leading the way.



The Little Hours (2017) 19,33,64,100

IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 48%, RT Critics: 77%

The Little Hours gets plenty of goofy mileage out of its gifted ensemble, anchoring its ribald laughs in a period comedy with some surprisingly timely subtext.



Gemini (2017) 22,29,66,100

IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 44%, RT Critics: 75%

A kaleidoscopic neo-noir, Gemini is a visually striking murder mystery with a convoluted but largely compelling plot and an impressive showing from Lola Kirke.



Sausage Party (2016) 30,17,80,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 50%, RT Critics: 82%

Sausage Party is definitely offensive, but backs up its enthusiastic profanity with an impressively high laugh-to-gag ratio -- and a surprisingly thought-provoking storyline.



The Phenom (2016) 20,27,64,100

IMDB: 5.2, RT Aud: 38%, RT Critics: 78%

Powerfully acted and emotionally affecting, The Phenom proves a baseball movie can step away from the mound and still deliver a heater down the middle.



The Monster (2016) 9,15,73,100

IMDB: 5.4, RT Aud: 40%, RT Critics: 79%

The Monster uses its effectively simple setup and a powerful lead performance from Zoe Kazan to deliver a traditional yet subtly subversive -- and thoroughly entertaining -- horror story.



White Girl (2016) 19,33,63,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 44%, RT Critics: 69%

White Girl isn't an easy watch, but it adroitly walks the line between exploitation and drama -- and marks an admirably assured debut for writer-director Elizabeth Wood.



Wiener-Dog (2016) 25,12,72,100

IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 41%, RT Critics: 74%

For filmgoers predisposed to enjoy Todd Solondz' brand of black comedy, Wiener-Dog won't disappoint -- but those put off by previous works need not apply.



Goat (2016) 20,22,66,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 44%, RT Critics: 77%

Goat isn't an easy watch, but its thought-provoking themes, talented cast, and all-out intensity offer rewards for viewers willing to tough it out.



Personal Shopper (2016) 32,27,89,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 52%, RT Critics: 79%

Personal Shopper attempts a tricky series of potentially jarring tonal shifts with varying results, bolstered by a performance from Kristen Stewart that's impossible to ignore.



High-Rise (2015) 9,6,61,100

IMDB: 5.6, RT Aud: 36%, RT Critics: 58%

High-Rise may not quite live up to its classic source material, but it still offers an energetic, well-acted, and thought-provoking take on its timely socioeconomic themes.



Z for Zachariah (2015) 24,25,78,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 45%, RT Critics: 79%

Z for Zachariah wrings compelling drama out of its simplistic premise -- albeit at a pace that may test the patience of less contemplative viewers.



Nasty Baby (2015) 26,32,61,100

IMDB: 5.6, RT Aud: 40%, RT Critics: 66%

Nasty Baby juggles an ambitious array of tones, and not always successfully -- but its talented cast and surprising narrative twists leave a lingering impression.



Entertainment (2015) 28,27,74,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 46%, RT Critics: 82%

As brilliantly and uncomfortably confrontational as its protagonist, Entertainment is a boundary-blurring exercise in cinematic misanthropy that more than lives up to its title.



Maggie's Plan (2015) 34,33,88,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 52%, RT Critics: 86%

With a typically absorbing performance from Greta Gerwig leading the way, Maggie's Plan gives rom-com sensibilities a smart, subversive twist.



Last Days in the Desert (2015) 23,28,70,100

IMDB: 5.6, RT Aud: 45%, RT Critics: 76%

Last Days in the Desert offers enough stately grandeur and spiritual exploration to offset an occasionally ambiguous narrative.



We Are Still Here (2015) 15,27,82,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 48%, RT Critics: 95%

Smart, powerfully acted, and devilishly clever, We Are Still Here offers some novel twists on familiar territory -- and heralds the arrival of a major talent in writer-director Ted Geoghegan.



London Road (2015) 23,23,76,100

IMDB: 5.3, RT Aud: 44%, RT Critics: 76%

Equal parts enthralling and unsettling, London Road uses an unusual documentary/musical hybrid to tell a grim true-life tale.



600 Miles (2015) 25,32,80,100

IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 39%, RT Critics: 93%

A weapons runner for a Mexican cartel kidnaps an ATF agent who was trying to catch him and decides to take the agent to his bosses, but the two form an unusual bond during the long journey to their destination.



Results (2015) 13,17,71,100

IMDB: 5.4, RT Aud: 36%, RT Critics: 83%

Results moves stubbornly at its own deliberate pace, but the well-chosen cast -- and writer-director Andrew Bujalski's insightful observations -- offer rich rewards for patient viewers.



Tales of Halloween (2015) 12,31,64,100

IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 41%, RT Critics: 76%

Tales of Halloween boasts a number of fun scares and is overall more consistent than many horror anthology films, even if it isn't quite as dark or nasty as the classics of the genre.



Evolution (2015) 31,20,85,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 45%, RT Critics: 80%

Creepy, provocative, and aesthetically absorbing, Evolution marks a satisfying step forward for director/co-writer Lucile Hadzihalilovic.



Emelie (2015) 9,29,61,100

IMDB: 5.4, RT Aud: 41%, RT Critics: 87%

As their parents head out for a date in the city, the three young Thompson children immediately take to their new babysitter, Anna (Sarah Bolger, Into the Badlands, Once Upon a Time), who seems like a dream come true: she's sweet, fun, and lets them do things that break all of their parents' rules.



Chi-Raq (2015) 19,24,93,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 50%, RT Critics: 81%

Chi-Raq is as urgently topical and satisfyingly ambitious as it is wildly uneven -- and it contains some of Spike Lee's smartest, sharpest, and all-around entertaining late-period work.



Baskin (2015) 19,27,65,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 45%, RT Critics: 76%

Baskin complements its gory thrills with heavy atmosphere and deliberate pacing, adding up to a horror outing that plays with the mind as enthusiastically as it ruins the appetite.



Noah (2014) 11,4,77,100

IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 41%, RT Critics: 76%

With sweeping visuals grounded by strong performances in service of a timeless tale told on a human scale, Darren Aronofsky's Noah brings the Bible epic into the 21st century.



The Two Faces of January (2014) 32,31,82,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 48%, RT Critics: 81%

With striking visuals, complex characters, and Hitchcockian plot twists, The Two Faces of January offers a pleasantly pungent treat for fans of romantic thrillers.



Maps to the Stars (2014) 32,16,60,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 44%, RT Critics: 61%

Narratively unwieldy and tonally jumbled, Maps to the Stars still has enough bite to satisfy David Cronenberg fans in need of a coolly acidic fix.



Into the Woods (2014) 20,26,73,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 49%, RT Critics: 70%

On the whole, this Disney adaptation of the Sondheim classic sits comfortably at the corner of Hollywood and Broadway -- even if it darkens to its detriment in the final act.



They Came Together (2014) 9,6,63,100

IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 39%, RT Critics: 69%

They Came Together is surprisingly messy and perhaps too smart for its own good, but Amy Poehler and Paul Rudd's chemistry is enough to overcome many of the movie's flaws.



Welcome to New York (2014) 18,30,61,100

IMDB: 5.4, RT Aud: 41%, RT Critics: 74%

Led by a fearless performance from Gerard Depardieu, Welcome to New York is director Abel Ferrara at his most repulsive -- and most compulsively watchable.



Welcome to Me (2014) 21,23,64,100

IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 46%, RT Critics: 73%

A transfixing central performance by Kristen Wiig performance holds Welcome to Me together and compensates for its uneven stretches.



The Blood Lands (2014) 11,33,60,100

IMDB: 4.7, RT Aud: 45%, RT Critics: 80%

A team of Vatican investigators is sent to the British West Country following reports of paranormal activity at a remote church.



The Falling (2014) 14,15,70,100

IMDB: 5.4, RT Aud: 35%, RT Critics: 74%

Well-acted and overall unsettling, The Falling delivers thought-provoking thrills -- and suggests a bright future for writer-director Carol Morley.



Time Out of Mind (2014) 24,26,81,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 41%, RT Critics: 79%

Time Out of Mind demands patience, yet its noble intentions -- and Richard Gere's committed performance -- are difficult to deny.



Do I Sound Gay? (2014) 28,30,67,100

IMDB: 5.6, RT Aud: 47%, RT Critics: 84%

Do I Sound Gay? proves to be a light, affable, entertaining look at a largely unexplored issue.



C.O.G. (2013) 22,10,61,100

IMDB: 5.6, RT Aud: 35%, RT Critics: 69%

C.O.G.'s plot is a bit meandering, but the characters are always compelling and the ending is richly rewarding.



Dhoom 3 (2013) 5,25,71,100

IMDB: 5.4, RT Aud: 49%, RT Critics: 80%

Aamir Khan, Katrina Kaif, Abhishek Bachchan and Uday Chopra leap back into action in this explosive sequel from Dhoom and Dhoom 2 writer Vijay Krishna Acharya.



Blue Caprice (2013) 30,33,89,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 51%, RT Critics: 83%

Smart, sobering, and quietly chilling, Blue Caprice uses its horrible true-life story -- and some solid performances -- to underscore the dreadful banality of evil.



Grand Piano (2013) 21,23,66,100

IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 47%, RT Critics: 79%

Grand Piano is so tense in its best moments -- and appealingly strange overall -- that it remains rewarding in spite of its flaws.



Night Moves (2013) 26,15,90,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 42%, RT Critics: 86%

A uniquely character-driven thriller with a finely composed cast and some outstanding direction from Kelly Reichardt, Night Moves bolsters its thought-provoking themes with compelling drama.



The Bling Ring (2013) 7,3,61,100

IMDB: 5.6, RT Aud: 33%, RT Critics: 60%

While it's certainly timely and beautifully filmed, The Bling Ring suffers from director Sofia Coppola's failure to delve beneath the surface of its shallow protagonists' real-life crimes.



In Fear (2013) 14,17,74,100

IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 42%, RT Critics: 82%

Compact and effective, In Fear offers discerning horror fans a smart and disturbing plunge into the depths of cinematic anxiety.



Canopy (2013) 24,33,60,100

IMDB: 4.9, RT Aud: 34%, RT Critics: 77%

An Australian fighter pilot shot down in combat awakens suspended in the treetops.



Drinking Buddies (2013) 26,20,82,100

IMDB: 6.1, RT Aud: 49%, RT Critics: 82%

Smart, funny, and powered by fine performances from Olivia Wilde and Jake Johnson, Drinking Buddies offers a bittersweet slice of observational comedy.



We Are What We Are (2013) 21,31,83,100

IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 49%, RT Critics: 85%

A compelling story cleverly told, We Are What We Are quenches horror buffs' thirst for gore while serving up serious-minded filmmaking and solid acting.



It Felt Like Love (2013) 25,32,68,100

IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 43%, RT Critics: 84%

Eliza Hittman's powerful debut feature tells the story of Lila (Gina Piersanti, in a stunning debut), a fourteen year old spending a hot summer in a blue-collar Brooklyn neighborhood far removed from the bustling city.



Exhibition (2013) 32,30,84,100

IMDB: 5.4, RT Aud: 45%, RT Critics: 87%

Exhibition flouts convention with its untrained stars and impressionistic narrative; thankfully, writer-director Joanna Hogg ties it all together into an intimate, beautifully shot drama.



Palo Alto (2013) 33,31,60,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 49%, RT Critics: 70%

A promising debut for director Gia Coppola, Palo Alto compensates for its drifting plot with solid performances and beautiful cinematography.



Willow Creek (2013) 5,4,64,100

IMDB: 5.1, RT Aud: 33%, RT Critics: 86%

Writer-director Bobcat Goldthwait's first foray into horror doesn't break any new ground, but it does wring fresh terror from a well-worn genre formula -- and offers a few nasty laughs in the bargain.



Not Fade Away (2012) 32,21,71,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 42%, RT Critics: 70%

Exuberant and bittersweet, Not Fade Away is a coming-of-age story set to a British Invasion beat that occasionally meanders but mostly charms.



2 Days in New York (2012) 26,18,60,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 42%, RT Critics: 66%

2 Days in New York breezes past its shortcomings thanks to an enjoyably madcap plot and the sweet chemistry between its well-matched stars.



The Bay (2012) 10,16,67,100

IMDB: 5.6, RT Aud: 43%, RT Critics: 75%

Barry Levinson's eco-horror flick cleverly utilizes familiar found-footage methods in service of a gruesome yet atmospheric chiller.



Killing Them Softly (2012) 30,8,80,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 44%, RT Critics: 74%

Killing Them Softly is a darkly comic, visceral thriller that doubles as a cautionary tale on capitalism, whose message is delivered with sledgehammer force.



Spring Breakers (2012) 2,1,61,100

IMDB: 5.3, RT Aud: 38%, RT Critics: 67%

Spring Breakers blends stinging social commentary with bikini cheesecake and a bravura James Franco performance.



100 Bloody Acres (2012) 33,34,62,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 46%, RT Critics: 82%

In 100 BLOODY ACRES, brothers Reg and Lindsay Morgan are struggling to keep their organic blood and bone fertilizer business in motion.



Wuthering Heights (2011) 32,17,68,100

IMDB: 6.1, RT Aud: 48%, RT Critics: 67%

Director Andrea Arnold's gritty, naturalistic re-imagining of the Emily Bronte classic stays true to the book's spirit while utilizing an unconventional approach to explore the romantic yearning at the heart of the story.



Haywire (2011) 13,5,80,100

IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 41%, RT Critics: 79%

MMA star and first-time actress Gina Carano displays ample action-movie chops in Haywire, a fast-paced thriller with a top-notch cast and outstanding direction from Steven Soderbergh.



The Innkeepers (2011) 7,9,76,100

IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 42%, RT Critics: 79%

It doesn't break any rules of the genre, but The Innkeepers serves as additional proof that Ti West is a young director that discriminating horror fans can trust.



Rampart (2011) 16,5,73,100

IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 35%, RT Critics: 73%

Rampart sends viewers plummeting into a nihilistic hell of its protagonist's creation, yet Woody Harrelson's performance in the central role is too magnetic to dismiss.



Damsels in Distress (2011) 18,9,73,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 39%, RT Critics: 74%

Damsels in Distress can sometimes feel mannered and outlandish, but it's redeemed by director Whit Stillman's oddball cleverness and Greta Gerwig's dryly funny performance.



The Loneliest Planet (2011) 19,4,79,100

IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 31%, RT Critics: 71%

The source material that inspired The Loneliest Planet may be brief, but this adaptation of a Tom Bissell short story compensates with studious, finely detailed filmmaking, haunting visuals, and thought-provoking subtext.



Friends with Kids (2011) 32,28,69,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 49%, RT Critics: 67%

Sharp, shrewd, and funny, Friends with Kids features excellent performances that help smooth over some of the story's more conventional elements.



Greenberg (2010) 27,6,77,100

IMDB: 6.1, RT Aud: 42%, RT Critics: 75%

Greenberg's title character is harder to like than most, but Ben Stiller's nuanced performance and a darkly funny script help take the misanthropic edge off.



Cyrus (2010) 21,18,86,100

IMDB: 4.7, RT Aud: 53%, RT Critics: 80%

While it may strike some viewers as slight, Cyrus is a successful hybrid of mainstream production values and the mumblecore ideals of directors Jay and Mark Duplass.



Tamara Drewe (2010) 33,23,60,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 42%, RT Critics: 64%

As infatuations, jealousies, love affairs and career ambitions collide among the inhabitants of the neighboring farmsteads, Tamara sets a contemporary comedy of manners into play using the oldest magic in the book-sex appeal.



Road to Nowhere (2010) 27,24,62,100

IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 40%, RT Critics: 74%

There's a murky, tenuous balance between reality and fiction



Tiny Furniture (2010) 34,32,81,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 54%, RT Critics: 79%

The film was named Best Narrative Feature at the 2010 South by Southwest Film Festival.



Valhalla Rising (2009) 21,13,65,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 49%, RT Critics: 71%

Visually gripping and anchored by a magnetic Mads Mikkelsen, Valhalla Rising delves into violence and faith in brutally uncompromising fashion.



Splice (2009) 9,0,73,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 37%, RT Critics: 74%

It doesn't take its terrific premise quite as far as it should, but Splice is a smart, well-acted treat for horror fans.



The Girlfriend Experience (2009) 10,3,65,100

IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 35%, RT Critics: 65%

Steven Soderbergh's latest lo-fi production is strikingly crafted but emotionally vague.



Duplicity (2009) 31,3,61,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 37%, RT Critics: 64%

Duplicity is well-crafted, smart, and often funny, but it's mostly more cerebral than visceral and features far too many plot twists.



Inspector Bellamy (2009) 34,27,67,100

IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 37%, RT Critics: 88%

But just as they're settling into their reassuringly predictable holiday routine, his perennially troubled younger brother shows up, joined by a mysterious stranger seeking Bellamy's protection.--(c) IFC



Grace (2009) 8,2,63,100

IMDB: 5.2, RT Aud: 30%, RT Critics: 69%

Though not entirely effective as a conventional horror flick, Grace is still a graphic, disturbing, and artful exploration of twisted maternal instinct.



Wake Wood (2009) 14,28,65,100

IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 39%, RT Critics: 82%

Still grieving the death of their only child Alice at the jaws of a crazed dog, vet Patrick and pharmacist Louise relocate to the remote town of Wake Wood where a local pagan ritual gives them three more precious days with her.



Humpday (2009) 30,13,76,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 51%, RT Critics: 79%

Observant and insightful, this indie comedy takes a different tack on the "bromance" but still makes a point without sermonizing.



Baghead (2008) 32,23,71,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 48%, RT Critics: 79%

Pitting actors against murderers in a self-aware struggle for stardom, Baghead successfully skates the borders of horror and comedy.



Beowulf (2007) 30,15,69,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 50%, RT Critics: 70%

Featuring groundbreaking animation, stunning visuals, and a talented cast, Beowulf has in spades what more faithful book adaptations forget to bring: pure cinematic entertainment.



Year of the Dog (2007) 33,6,65,100

IMDB: 6.1, RT Aud: 43%, RT Critics: 69%

Year of the Dog is a warm and quirky comedy that never condescends to its eccentric characters.



Teeth (2007) 5,11,66,100

IMDB: 5.4, RT Aud: 45%, RT Critics: 79%

Smart, original, and horrifically funny, Teeth puts a fresh feminist spin on horror movie tropes.



Joshua (2007) 23,8,60,100

IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 40%, RT Critics: 61%

Though Joshua is ultimately too formulaic, its intelligence and suspenseful buildup heighten the overall creep factor.



Friends with Money (2006) 16,2,73,100

IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 40%, RT Critics: 72%

Stong lead performances, witty dialogue and wry observations cement Friends With Money as another winning dramedy from writer/director Nicole Holofcener.



The Last Winter (2006) 16,6,71,100

IMDB: 5.6, RT Aud: 34%, RT Critics: 76%

The Last Winter creatively and effectively uses horror tactics -- fear, tension, anticipation, and just enough gore -- to shock, but never repulse, its audience.



Fever Pitch (2005) 32,8,61,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 60%, RT Critics: 65%

While not a home run, Fever Pitch has enough charm and on-screen chemistry between the two leads to make it a solid hit.



The Great New Wonderful (2005) 32,1,66,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 45%, RT Critics: 73%

Set in post-9/11 New York, this largely evocative dramedy interweaves the stories of five disconnected individuals who share an unspoken emotional malaise that shadows their attempts at returning to normal life.



Sky High (2005) 31,8,68,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 57%, RT Critics: 73%

This highly derivative superhero coming-of-age flick is moderately entertaining, family-friendly fluff.



Land of the Dead (2005) 31,15,73,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 51%, RT Critics: 73%

George A. Romero's latest entry in his much-vaunted Dead series is not as fresh as his genre-inventing original, Night of the Living Dead. But Land of the Dead does deliver on the gore and zombies-feasting-on-flesh action.



Barbershop 2: Back in Business (2004) 16,16,60,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 48%, RT Critics: 68%

The humor is less sharp and more warm-hearted this time around, and the characters are enjoyable to revisit.



Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004) 25,2,80,100

IMDB: 6.1, RT Aud: 46%, RT Critics: 71%

Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow is slim on plot and characterization, but the visuals more than make up for it.



Teacher's Pet (2004) 34,31,67,100

IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 47%, RT Critics: 75%

Despite its short running time, Teacher's Pet is a witty and irreverent family film.



Robot Stories (2003) 34,30,66,100

IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 52%, RT Critics: 72%

Although its 4 stories vary in quality, Robot Stories is still worth a look for Twilight Zone fans.



Freaky Friday (2003) 30,3,85,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 57%, RT Critics: 88%

Jamie Lee Curtis and Lindsay Lohan charm in Mark Waters' nicely pitched -- and Disney's second -- remake of the 1976 hit.



Open Water (2003) 11,0,73,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 32%, RT Critics: 71%

A low budget thriller with some intense moments.



Stuart Little 2 (2002) 6,0,85,100

IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 41%, RT Critics: 81%

Stuart Little 2 is a sweet, visually impressive sequel that provides wholesome entertainment for kids.



Undercover Brother (2002) 15,2,76,100

IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 64%, RT Critics: 76%

Fast-paced and filled with racial gags, Undercover Brother serves up plenty of laughs and sharp satire.



The Wild Thornberrys Movie (2002) 6,4,75,100

IMDB: 5.3, RT Aud: 50%, RT Critics: 79%

A pleasant enough kids flick that adults may even enjoy.



Spy Kids 2: Island of Lost Dreams (2002) 1,0,72,100

IMDB: 5.1, RT Aud: 38%, RT Critics: 74%

Though the concept is no longer fresh, Spy Kids 2 is still an agreeable and energetic romp.



Drumline (2002) 12,25,74,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 70%, RT Critics: 82%

Essentially a sports movie with drums, the energetic Drumline somehow manages to make the familiar seem fresh.



Solaris (2002) 31,5,69,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 59%, RT Critics: 65%

Slow-moving, cerebral, and ambiguous, Solaris is not a movie for everyone, but it offers intriguing issues to ponder.



Spy Kids (2001) 5,0,90,100

IMDB: 5.5, RT Aud: 46%, RT Critics: 92%

A kinetic and fun movie that's sure to thrill children of all ages.



The Tailor of Panama (2001) 33,15,79,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 46%, RT Critics: 76%

The Tailor of Panama is a smart, darkly satirical thriller with exuberant performances from Pierce Brosnan and Geoffrey Rush.



Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2001) 23,2,63,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 52%, RT Critics: 74%

What Jimmy Neutron lacks in computer animation, it makes up for in charm and cleverness.



Nurse Betty (2000) 32,1,90,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 44%, RT Critics: 83%

Quirky in the best sense of the word, Nurse Betty finds director Neil LaBute corralling a talented cast in service of a sharp, imaginative script.



The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland (1999) 29,33,69,100

IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 63%, RT Critics: 76%

This fun and moral tale entertains both first-time Seasame Street watchers and seasoned veterans.



Stuart Little (1999) 16,3,60,100

IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 41%, RT Critics: 66%

Critics say Stuart Little is charming with kids and adults for its humor and visual effects.



The Borrowers (1997) 17,2,67,100

IMDB: 5.8, RT Aud: 48%, RT Critics: 73%

Mary Norton's children's books about a family of four-inch-tall people who share accommodations with giant "beans" (as in "human bein's") are brought to the screen in beautifully scaled detail, but neither the story nor the characters come alive.



Scream 2 (1997) 25,3,77,100

IMDB: 6.1, RT Aud: 56%, RT Critics: 81%

As with the first film, Scream 2 is a gleeful takedown of scary movie conventions that manages to poke fun at terrible horror sequels without falling victim to the same fate.



American Buffalo (1996) 25,25,65,100

IMDB: 5.7, RT Aud: 46%, RT Critics: 74%

Most of the story takes place within the junky confines of Don Dubrow's second-hand store.



Kiss of Death (1995) 21,16,62,100

IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 37%, RT Critics: 68%

An outstanding ensemble cast propels Kiss of Death, a noir-ish crime thriller that's slick and big on atmosphere, even if its script may only provide sporadic bursts of tension.



The Russia House (1990) 30,17,60,100

IMDB: 6.1, RT Aud: 50%, RT Critics: 75%

Sean Connery appears as a British publisher who receives a message that if he'll publish a manuscript submitted by a mysterious Russian woman (Michelle Pfeiffer), he may be able to assist Western efforts toward de-militarizing the world.



Married to the Mob (1988) 30,11,82,100

IMDB: 6.1, RT Aud: 48%, RT Critics: 88%

The wife of Mafia hitman Alec Baldwin, Pfeiffer regularly chastizes her husband for his underhanded line of work.



Mystic Pizza (1988) 33,10,64,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 55%, RT Critics: 77%

Mystic Pizza is like its namesake food: it's cheesy, topped with romance, and rises to the occasion.



Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986) 34,8,69,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 52%, RT Critics: 80%

An enjoyable farce that relocates Jean Renoir's Boudu Saved From Drowning to '80s California, offering fine comedic performances from Nick Nolte, Richard Dreyfuss and Bette Midler.



Desperately Seeking Susan (1985) 21,3,64,100

IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 62%, RT Critics: 84%

Desperately Seeking Susan works with its fairy tale depiction of New York and the fun, frothy chemistry generated by its two leads.



Splash (1984) 31,8,74,100

IMDB: 6.2, RT Aud: 58%, RT Critics: 90%

A perfectly light, warmly funny romantic comedy that's kept afloat by Ron Howard's unobtrusive direction and charming performances from Tom Hanks and Daryl Hannah.



Swing Shift (1984) 29,17,62,100

IMDB: 5.9, RT Aud: 41%, RT Critics: 92%

One of her coworkers is her best friend Hazel, played by Christine Lahti, whose performance earned an Oscar nomination and a New York Film Critics award.



Private Benjamin (1980) 28,11,66,100

IMDB: 6.1, RT Aud: 60%, RT Critics: 80%

Private Benjamin proves a potent showcase for its Oscar-nominated star, with Hawn making the most of a story that rests almost completely on her daffily irresistible charm.



Car Wash (1976) 30,33,62,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 61%, RT Critics: 85%

Written by Joel Schumaker and directed by Michael Schultz, this musical comedy/drama follows the goings-on of a Los Angeles car wash and the antics of it's multi-racial staff and customers.



What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966) 28,33,68,100

IMDB: 6.0, RT Aud: 52%, RT Critics: 83%

Woody Allen took a Japanese spy movie called Kagi No Kagi, and replaced its original dialogue with an entirely new plot.