Brant Bingamon

Brant Bingamon

Agrees with the Tomatometer 67% of the time.

Brant Bingamon's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Austin Chronicle

Listing Of All Reviews & Articles

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/5 35% Corrina, Corrina (1994) Austin Chronicle
Posted Mar 11, 2003
2.5/5 No Score Yet Just Like A Woman (1993) Austin Chronicle
Posted Mar 11, 2003
3.5/5 No Score Yet Sex, Drugs, & Democracy Austin Chronicle
Posted Mar 11, 2003
2.5/5 40% Little Giants (1994) Austin Chronicle
Posted Mar 11, 2003
2/5 81% Barcelona (1994) Austin Chronicle
Posted Mar 11, 2003
1/5 No Score Yet Frank & Jesse (1995) Austin Chronicle
Posted Mar 11, 2003
3/5 48% Star Trek Generations (1994) "A successful entry in the series, and a darn good film on its own. " ‐ Austin Chronicle
Posted Mar 11, 2003
0/5 13% Blankman (1994) "Blankman's use of the cheesy effects from the Batman TV show, including Polito trying to imitate The Penguin, was initially a good idea but the execution is simply horrible and this is what winds up ruining the film. " ‐ Austin Chronicle
Posted Mar 11, 2003
2/5 18% Camp Nowhere (1994) "No kid is going to buy into a movie that revolves around a geek who isn't a geek and a fat girl who isn't fat. " ‐ Austin Chronicle
Posted Mar 11, 2003
3/5 No Score Yet Foreign Student (1994) Austin Chronicle
Posted Mar 11, 2003
1/5 22% The Scout (1994) "Having sat through many a Fraser film, I am constantly amazed that there is nothing this boy can't do. Well, except act his way out of a paper bag. " ‐ Austin Chronicle
Posted Mar 11, 2003
2.5/5 8% Double Dragon (1994) "The grim view of the future is nothing new, the special effects involve poorly used matte paintings and pyrotechnics, and the actors do far too many double-takes. " ‐ Austin Chronicle
Posted Mar 11, 2003
3.5/5 82% Clear and Present Danger (1994) "There is enough intrigue to keep it interesting, and if it ever feels too slow, try counting the number of people who get betrayed. I lost count around betrayal number one billion. " ‐ Austin Chronicle
Posted Mar 11, 2003
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