Danny Graydon

Danny Graydon

Agrees with the Tomatometer 77% of the time.

Danny Graydon's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): BBC.com, Empire Magazine, Film4

Listing Of All Reviews & Articles

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
1/5 8% Kangaroo Jack (2003) "Brainless and inane, this is for undemanding kids only. " ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Dec 30, 2006
2/5 17% The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003) "No matter how troubled the shoot was, the movie was shanghaied from the off, courtesy of Hollywood's dependence on market-defined 'success'. " ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Dec 30, 2006
4/5 46% Orange County (2002) "With minimal gross-out quota, Kasdan's sure-footed approach mixes a teen farce and a morality tale. " ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Dec 30, 2006
1/5 9% Stealing Harvard (2002) "This is just lazy. " ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Apr 21, 2003
2/5 29% Hey Arnold! The Movie (2002) "Die-hard fans will love it, but, despite being mildly diverting and inoffensive, nothing special leaps off the screen. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Dec 8, 2002
7% Boat Trip (2003) "[An] unfortunate farce. " ‐ FilmFour.com
Posted Oct 6, 2002
1/5 5% The Adventures of Pluto Nash (2002) "This is a fudged opportunity of gigantic proportions -- a lunar mission with no signs of life. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Sep 3, 2002
4/5 81% Stuart Little 2 (2002) "An enjoyable romp that will please kids whilst charming amenable adults. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Jul 14, 2002
3/5 42% The Majestic (2001) "A beautifully crafted and engagingly performed crowd-pleaser. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted May 21, 2002
5/5 67% Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones 3D (2002) "Consistently thrilling and massively enjoyable, Clones redeems Lucas' reputation after Menace. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted May 14, 2002
2/5 34% I Am Sam (2001) "Nelson plumbs the enormous sentiment quota with the relentless persistence of an oil well drill until it erupts in a syrupy geyser. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Apr 15, 2002
5/5 98% E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial (1982) "Twenty years after smashing box-office records, Steven Spielberg's gentle sci-fi fable returns to screens as vital and accomplished as ever. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Mar 27, 2002
4/5 88% Late Marriage (2002) "An accomplished and tremendously engaging debut from Israeli director Dover Kosashvili. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Mar 27, 2002
3/5 63% We Were Soldiers (2002) "Wallace's emotional message and refreshingly non-demonised enemy make an effective tribute. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Feb 17, 2002
2/5 15% D-Tox (Eye See You) (2002) "A boring, formulaic mix of serial killers and stalk'n'slash. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Jan 31, 2002
4/5 67% Ali (2001) "Mann's compelling account of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali captures the considerable impact and charisma of the man who literally punched his way into the American consciousness. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Jan 29, 2002
3/5 No Score Yet Lovely Rita "A well-judged and sensitive portrayal of a pressured, superficial upbringing. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Jan 22, 2002
4/5 41% Vanilla Sky (2001) "A tremendously vivid work which rewards patience and attention with a wonderful and exhilarating resonance. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Jan 21, 2002
2/5 15% The Affair of the Necklace (2001) "While director Charles Shyer ... may have succeeded in creating an appropriate environment for all this skulduggery, he does so at the expense of coherent storytelling and drama. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Jan 10, 2002
2/5 24% Domestic Disturbance (2001) "A fog of by-the-numbers clichés, unbelievable coincidences, and blatant theft from Hitchcock. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Jan 8, 2002
4/5 95% Antz (1998) "Hilarious stuff, superbly achieving that elusive goal of being entertaining kids fare and having a lot to offer the adults. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Dec 17, 2001
3/5 55% Mallrats (1995) "This sparky if flawed effort deserves re-evaluation. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Dec 3, 2001
2/5 50% Esther Kahn (2001) "A particularly joyless, and exceedingly dull, period coming-of-age tale. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Nov 26, 2001
3/5 55% Osmosis Jones (2001) "An enjoyable, if vastly underachieving, diversion. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Oct 21, 2001
1/5 11% Freddy Got Fingered (2001) "Embarrassing, offensive and resoundingly pointless. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Oct 21, 2001
5/5 93% Superman (1978) "Remains a defining high point of Hollywood's tumultuous relationship with superheroes. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Oct 9, 2001
4/5 85% Star Trek IV - The Voyage Home (1986) "One of the series' strongest episodes. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Sep 26, 2001
2/5 21% Star Trek V - The Final Frontier (1989) "As 1979's The Motion Picture courted derision for its cerebral 2001 approach, The Final Frontier damages it's own cause with a high-brow 'Man's Search for God' story. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Sep 11, 2001
4/5 83% Star Trek VI - The Undiscovered Country (1991) "A fun, exciting -- and dignified -- sign-off for Captain Kirk and crew. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Sep 10, 2001
4/5 57% Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) "A strong entry, with Brosnan the comfortable, confident face of the invigorated franchise, reflecting the Connery glory days 30 years earlier. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Sep 10, 2001
3/5 46% Greenfingers (2001) "Greenfingers is by no means a poor film, mainly frustratingly pleasant, with any depth that could be applied to the redemption of a murderer cast aside to well-worn and all too familiar genre staples. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Sep 10, 2001
4/5 57% Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999) "An often deliriously exciting adventure, hitting the target audience of 10-year olds and satisfying long-time fans. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Jul 31, 2001
3/5 66% Diamonds Are Forever (1971) "Arguably the least memorable Bond film, it's still exhilarating fare and good to see Connery in the role one more time. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Jul 25, 2001
3/5 44% Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (2001) "The visual grandeur cannot hide clichéd dialogue, thin characters, and a frustrating lack of development. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Jul 24, 2001
4/5 57% Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970) "Displaying an uncharacteristic even-handedness for Hollywood, this Japanese-American production is certainly the epic equal of Pearl Harbor, while consistently maintaining an almost unimpeachable honesty with its dual perspectives. " ‐ BBC.com
Posted Jun 13, 2001
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