Andrew J. McGlinn

Andrew J. McGlinn

Agrees with the Tomatometer 80% of the time.

Publications:
FILMINK (Australia)
Total Reviews:
10

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Add Date
23% Fired Up (2009) " The screenplay is patchy and inconsistent, and provides few chuckles." — FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Apr 24, 2009
14% Dragonball Evolution (2009) " The production tries hard in parts, with doses of wry teen humour and imaginative visual effects, but overall, the finished product has no more than a boring, dull veneer to it." — FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Apr 10, 2009
29% 12 Rounds (2009) " If you leave your brain in neutral, you should have a fairly enjoyable ride." — FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Mar 20, 2009
33% Paul Blart: Mall Cop (2009) " There's no doubt that James is a fine comedic actor and the role of Paul Blart fits his big frame like a well worn glove. As writers, however, he and Bakay rely too heavily on slapstick..." — FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Mar 20, 2009
11% The Unborn (2009) " The script tries hard to delve into the folklore of a dybbuk, and as it mixes this in with experiments on twins in concentration camps during WW2, the story becomes too convoluted for its own good." — FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Feb 27, 2009
37% Transporter 3 (2008) " With insulting action sequences and a tacked-on love scene, the movie quickly veers into a downward spiral." — FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Feb 5, 2009
29% Underworld: The Rise of the Lycans (2009) " Loyal fans will find that there's still bite left in this franchise." — FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Jan 22, 2009
58% Quarantine (2008) " It's one of those rare movies where you can't quite ascertain as to whether the filmmakers are trying to create scares or laughs." — FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Dec 1, 2008
14% Mirrors (2008) " In the end, the story fizzles out, with the second stanza bordering on the downright farcical." — FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Nov 7, 2008
63% Traitor (2008) " Cheadle and Pearce are equally good in their roles, and their characters are given real feeling through Nachmanoff's pungent script, which provides the viewer with significant background and depth on the two leads." — FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Nov 7, 2008
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