Kurt Dahlke

Kurt Dahlke

Agrees with the Tomatometer 68% of the time.

Publications:
Apollo Guide , DVDTalk.com
Total Reviews:
103
Total QuickRatings:
2

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Add Date
77/100 67% CQ (2002) Apollo Guide
Posted Oct 18, 2008
70/100 37% The Great Gatsby (1974) " Though lush in nearly every way, under the reproachful eyes of Dr. T.J. Eckleburg, The Great Gatsby becomes ineffectual and rudderless." — Apollo Guide
Posted Aug 22, 2004
82/100 92% L' Homme du Train (The Man on the Train) (2003) " Thought-provoking, tender and funny, far better than your average 'one last score' film." — Apollo Guide
Posted Jun 25, 2004
76/100 80% I Love Lucy - Season 1: Vol. 1 (2002) Apollo Guide
Posted Mar 27, 2004
80/100 100% The Hound of the Baskervilles (1959) Apollo Guide
Posted Mar 16, 2004
74/100 82% Mysterious Island (1961) Apollo Guide
Posted Mar 16, 2004
80/100 17% Ouch (Aïe) (2001) Apollo Guide
Posted Mar 16, 2004
76/100 —— The Phantom (1943) Apollo Guide
Posted Mar 16, 2004
89/100 88% Look Back in Anger (1958) Apollo Guide
Posted Mar 16, 2004
88/100 86% Pale Flower (Kawaita hana) (1964) " A masterful, meticulously crafted, wry meditation on fate and love that any cinema fan will appreciate." — Apollo Guide
Posted Mar 14, 2004
69/100 28% How to Deal (2003) " Will enthral pre-teen chippies with its wholesome, marshmallow-peep-sweet vacuous-ness." — Apollo Guide
Posted Feb 13, 2004
50/100 8% The Order (The Sin Eater) (2003) " As the movie's promotion intimates, 'There is a fate worse than death,' and you got it - it's sitting through this movie." — Apollo Guide
Posted Feb 9, 2004
84/100 60% Fidel (2002) " A landmark work that should have viewers across the world reaching for history books to learn not only politically expedient accounts of Fidel's life, but also the real deal." — Apollo Guide
Posted Jan 27, 2004
85/100 95% The Trials of Henry Kissinger (2002) " This documentary, far from a trial and not for geeks only, presents a focused, ferocious attack on a beloved target long overdue for his comeuppance." — Apollo Guide
Posted Jan 27, 2004
70/100 —— Virgin Machine (1989) " Has the power to quietly dazzle with a luscious black and white look, but neglects to deliver any drama with its message of lesbian liberation." — Apollo Guide
Posted Jan 26, 2004
93/100 94% Glengarry Glen Ross (1992) " Despite an acidic world-view, it generates a real feeling of the worth of artistic achievement and personal struggle." — Apollo Guide
Posted Dec 27, 2003
74/100 —— Magnificent Butcher (1998) " Not a thoughtful story or meaningful character arc, but viewers who enjoy the grace and exhilaration of a good martial arts battle will find plenty to enjoy." — Apollo Guide
Posted Nov 29, 2003
80/100 100% ...And God Spoke (The Making of '...And God Spoke') (1994) " Clever humour, a lack of pretension, and crafty weaving of actual reality throughout the plot delivers a bounty of laughs minus the pandering of mainstream Hollywood satire." — Apollo Guide
Posted Nov 25, 2003
42/100 0% Repossessed (1990) " Makes Scary Movie 2 look like Young Frankenstein." — Apollo Guide
Posted Nov 17, 2003
40/100 —— Critters 4 - They're Invading Your Space (2003) " A dearth of adolescent ideas and cheap effects that appeal to the intellect of a nine-year-old." — Apollo Guide
Posted Nov 17, 2003
38/100 0% Critters 3 - You Are What They Eat (1991) " Suffers from an anemic, episodic plot, weak special effects, and most damning, membership in a virtually worthless film genre - little monster comedies." — Apollo Guide
Posted Nov 17, 2003
45/100 23% Biker Boyz (2003) " Unless you're willing to wade through a ton of offal to see some cool bikes, you're better off at the Honda showroom." — Apollo Guide
Posted Oct 29, 2003
81/100 —— Dance For Camera (2003) " A wonderfully creative, gorgeous effort, and a must for dancers and dance enthusiasts." — Apollo Guide
Posted Oct 29, 2003
70/100 72% Power and Terror - Noam Chomsky in Our Times (2002) " There are better and more entertaining ways to grapple with Noam Chomsky's theories." — Apollo Guide
Posted Oct 29, 2003
58/100 —— Invitation to Hell (1984) " It's faint praise indeed, but you won't find a much better laughable, made-for-television, B-movie horror than this." — Apollo Guide
Posted Oct 29, 2003
50/100 —— Soft Skin on Black Silk (2003) " Titillation completists might be interested, or undiscriminating Francophiles, but the average moviegoer will find little of interest in this quaint, sexual film noir." — Apollo Guide
Posted Oct 29, 2003
86/100 —— Journey to the Center of the Earth (1999) Apollo Guide
Posted Oct 28, 2003
67/100 —— Mean Mother (2003) " An amusing piece of genre-cinema history in the grand tradition of art-recycling." — Apollo Guide
Posted Oct 27, 2003
86/100 81% Journey to the Center of the Earth (1959) " A rollicking adventure with characters you care about and a plot that doesn't insult you. It's a perfect fit for any movie fan's library." — Apollo Guide
Posted Oct 25, 2003
77/100 —— Play'd: A Hip-Hop Story (2002) " Has the skills to pay the bills, and if you want to get with this cinematic next stuff, check it." — Apollo Guide
Posted Oct 25, 2003
76/100 56% Fritz the Cat (1972) " Those who consider themselves un-cool can still take pleasure in viewing this strange adult-oriented feature length cartoon, the likes of which flourished briefly in the 1970s but never became established as mainstream entertainment." — Apollo Guide
Posted Oct 16, 2003
70/100 64% The Dancer Upstairs (2002) " A bit like an adolescent - desperate to be taken seriously, yet still self-consciously goofy and immature." — Apollo Guide
Posted Sep 24, 2003
65/100 —— Cheats (2002) " File Cheats under 'good fun if you've got nothing else to do.'" — Apollo Guide
Posted Sep 5, 2003
18/100 —— Dream Master: The Erotic Invader (2003) " A complete waste of time for anybody except for those desperate gents too embarrassed to rent porn." — Apollo Guide
Posted Aug 30, 2003
71/100 —— Table One (2003) " Infuriating but original off-the-beaten-path movie making." — Apollo Guide
Posted Aug 30, 2003
65/100 —— Stranger in Our House (Summer of Fear) (1978) " There is some small enjoyment, besides that found in wasting a few minutes with television history, in the silly, pulpy quality of the proceedings." — Apollo Guide
Posted Aug 16, 2003
79/100 48% Femme Fatale (2002) " Like a great bottle of low-cost wine, it's a sexy, silly, thrilling indulgence to satisfy your cravings." — Apollo Guide
Posted Aug 3, 2003
31/100 —— Lord of the Strings (2003) " A skank-filled, fake-sex-featuring, overlong snooze-a-thon with above average production values and slightly better music." — Apollo Guide
Posted Jun 9, 2003
21/100 —— Bloody Murder 2 (2003) " This is paint-by-numbers, computer-aided filmmaking at its lowest, full of half-formed clichés and a shameful lack of passion." — Apollo Guide
Posted Jun 2, 2003
72/100 —— Thou Shalt Not Kill...Except Apollo Guide
Posted May 14, 2003
70/100 88% The World of Henry Orient (1964) Apollo Guide
Posted Mar 22, 2003
79/100 90% The Return of the Living Dead (1985) Apollo Guide
Posted Mar 11, 2003
70/100 58% Wendigo (2002) Apollo Guide
Posted Feb 1, 2003
40/100 22% Enough (2002) Apollo Guide
Posted Feb 1, 2003
85/100 100% Berkeley in the Sixties (1990) Apollo Guide
Posted Jan 21, 2003
84/100 49% Human Nature (2002) Apollo Guide
Posted Jan 18, 2003
81/100 60% High Season (2002) Apollo Guide
Posted Dec 31, 2002
85/100 96% Don't Look Now (1973) " Director Nicolas Roeg expertly hits on almost every accent that makes a thriller thrilling and engaging." — Apollo Guide
Posted Dec 16, 2002
68/100 33% The Believers (1987) Apollo Guide
Posted Dec 7, 2002
66/100 0% Crawlspace (1986) Apollo Guide
Posted Nov 9, 2002
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