Mark Halverson

Mark Halverson

Agrees with the Tomatometer 80% of the time.

Publications:
Sacramento News & Review
Total Reviews:
587
Total QuickRatings:
1

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4/5 88% The Exorcist (1973) " This notorious battle between good and evil, nominated for eight Oscars when it was originally released in 1973, is both a hysteric scream and an intentional as well as unintentional hoot." — Sacramento News & Review
Posted Oct 8, 2012
4/5 90% Roar: Lions of the Kalahari (2007) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Apr 4, 2011
2/5 45% Daredevil (2003) " The film is impressively dark and gritty, but the melodrama and Daredevil's relationship with woman warrior Elektra are labored." — Sacramento News & Review
Posted Jul 7, 2010
3/5 59% Blade II (2002) " Kris Kristofferson reprises his role as geezer Blade sidekick as blood splashes in all directions and legions of bodies incinerate before our eyes." — Sacramento News & Review
Posted Jul 6, 2010
3/5 51% Kiss of the Dragon (2001) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
1/5 16% Idle Hands (1999) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
3/5 85% Kill Bill: Volume 1 (2003) " Tarantino instead relies on delirious, high-octane, imaginative camera work; an anime sequence; and an exhilarating musical soundtrack to punch up a story that loses its intoxicating magnetism well before the final credits roll." — Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
3/5 48% Triumph of Love (2002) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
3/5 79% 8 Women (8 Femmes) (2002) " Frothy, racy frivolity starring such French all-stars as Danielle Darrieux, Catherine Deneuve, Isabelle Huppert and Emmanuelle BĂ©art." — Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
2/5 29% The Hunted (2003) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
5/5 88% Almost Famous (2000) " Easily the best film on Crowe's already impressive roster." — Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
3/5 80% The Business of Strangers (2001) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
1/5 14% Red Planet (2000) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 85% Gunner Palace (2005) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 87% Liberty Heights (1999) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 94% Blood Simple (1984) " A deadpan gothic thriller best described as the steamy, hardboiled fiction of Jim Thompson and James M. Cain filtered through two film-school brats." — Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
2/5 36% The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
2/5 34% What the Bleep Do We Know!? (2004) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 82% Ghost Dog - The Way of the Samurai (2000) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
1/5 11% Highlander - Endgame (2000) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
1/5 8% My Boss's Daughter (2003) " The direction of David Zucker is as uninspired and numbing as the script." — Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
2/5 45% Planet of the Apes (2001) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 78% Space Cowboys (2000) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 73% The Emperor's New Clothes (2002) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 72% Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow (2004) " Pure escapism saturates every frame of this exhilarating throwback to 1930s matinee serials." — Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
3/5 48% Eight Legged Freaks (2002) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 88% Roger Dodger (2002) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
2/5 41% Big Bad Love (2001) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
5/5 85% Nowhere in Africa (Nirgendwo in Afrika) (2001) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
2/5 67% CQ (2002) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
2/5 48% Saw (2014) " The setup is gripping, and the suspense intense, but the third act -- the payoff for sitting through such harrowing material -- is a major misfire. " — Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
3/5 63% Small Voices (2003) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
2/5 71% Urbania (2000) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
1/5 2% King's Ransom (2005) " The wordplay of the title here is the only slightly clever element of this extremely lame comedy." — Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
2/5 17% Queen of the Damned (2002) " Aaliyah makes a brief but memorable posthumous appearance about an hour into the nearly incoherent proceedings, which are riddled with unintentional guffaws." — Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
2/5 22% Enough (2002) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 73% He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not (2002) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 84% Elling (2002) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 100% Africa: The Serengeti (1994) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 78% A Very Long Engagement (2004) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
2/5 23% Torque (2004) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 81% Yadon Ilaheyya (Divine Intervention) (Chronicle of Love and Pain) (2003) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
2/5 15% Raise Your Voice (2004) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 93% Scratch (2002) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
1/5 17% Dracula 2000 (2000) " The use of Craven's name in the title is a cheesy marketing ploy and the secret to the fanged suitor's aversion to all things Christian is an even cheesier hoot." — Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
3/5 73% Buffalo Soldiers (2001) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
3/5 49% And Now... Ladies and Gentlemen (2003) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
5/5 89% In America (2003) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
4/5 78% Following (1999) " This clammy, noirish thriller time-hops with a vengeance." — Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
1/5 34% But I'm A Cheerleader (2000) Sacramento News & Review
Posted Aug 7, 2008
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