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Tooele Transcript-Bulletin (Utah)

Tooele Transcript-Bulletin (Utah) is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Audrey Rock-Richardson
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
38%

"Could they not have come up with anything but lumpish, vulgar humor and dumb "Focker" puns?"

Posted Dec 28, 2004
2
91%

Posted Dec 21, 2004
3
58%

Posted Dec 21, 2004
4
85%

Posted Dec 21, 2004
5
92%

Posted Dec 21, 2004
6
60%

Posted Dec 21, 2004
7
96%

Posted Dec 21, 2004
8
71%

Posted Dec 21, 2004
9
93%

Posted Dec 21, 2004
10
57%

"Kistler is cold and emotionless, but the dancing is euphoric"

Posted Dec 21, 2004
11
30%

"This isn't necessarily a contender for worst movie of the year, but good heavens--how can you make a movie about a plane crash so boring?"

Posted Dec 21, 2004
12
72%

"It is in the casting of three achingly callow unknowns as the Baudelaire children that the movie finds its success."

Posted Dec 17, 2004
13
56%

"It has an air of desperation; a feverish need to keep up the polished streetwise skill of its predecessor."

Posted Dec 10, 2004
14
25%

"Most writers think you should choose one plot and stick to it. But Goyer decided that instead of going with just one plot possibility, he could go with several."

Posted Dec 7, 2004
15
83%

"A triumph of subtlety and grace."

Posted Nov 24, 2004
16
17%

"A smoothly mixed religious drama with all the professional production value you could expect from any film"

Posted Nov 24, 2004
17
68%

"David Hasselhoff cameos are always funny."

Posted Nov 24, 2004
18
27%

"She already had her happy ending. Why should we suffer with her again only to enjoy the same victory? "

Posted Nov 16, 2004
19
55%

"With so many resources behind it, you'd think they could have come up with something truly spectacular on every point. "

Posted Nov 11, 2004
20
49%

Alfie (2004)

"Law delivers unflinching, unanswerable truth. "

Posted Nov 9, 2004
21
48%

Pete's Dragon (1977)

Posted Nov 6, 2004
22
97%

"Pixar reinvents itself again with a rah-rah rally cry for the American family."

Posted Nov 6, 2004
23
81%

"A crowded film in which the main characters emerge as people who have skewed and unsympathetic priorities."

Posted Nov 1, 2004
24
39%

The Grudge (2004)

"Way beyond a good, stiff Halloween Thrill."

Posted Oct 22, 2004
25
No Score Yet

Posted Oct 22, 2004
26
No Score Yet

"The cast seems stifled by suffocating boredom with their own film."

Posted Oct 22, 2004
27
46%

"An adorably benign (if slow) date movie."

Posted Oct 19, 2004
28
77%

"To put it gently, this makes "Bad Santa" look positively angelic."

Posted Oct 15, 2004
29
10%

Taxi (2004)

"I admit it: I like cars. Therefore, I was unable to hate this really dumb film. "

Posted Oct 12, 2004
30
72%

"Since the supposed romance between Sky Captain and Polly is so unsatisfying and the visuals are so flagrantly abundant, I'm assuming this movie is for boys. "

Posted Oct 6, 2004
31
40%

Ladder 49 (2004)

"A false drama obnoxiously replete with mawkish sentiment"

Posted Oct 1, 2004
32
35%

Shark Tale (2004)

"The mystery is why Dreamworks continues to desperately imitate when they're capable of brilliant original work like "Shrek 2""

Posted Oct 1, 2004
33
92%

"a bizarre mix of genuine romance, flagrant gore, riotous comedy, and somber drama, opens this weekend as one of the most startlingly successful and odd movies all year"

Posted Sep 24, 2004
34
92%

Posted Sep 10, 2004
35
55%

Cellular (2004)

"Don't think. Just enjoy it."

Posted Sep 10, 2004
36
51%

Vanity Fair (2004)

"Witherspoon seems unwilling to give Becky Sharp the intensity she needs. "

Posted Sep 2, 2004
37
11%

"Boring as hell."

Posted Aug 27, 2004
38
63%

SLC Punk (1998)

"A bitter, boring mess with no worthwhile message"

Posted Aug 27, 2004
39
66%

Posted Aug 27, 2004
40
18%

Suspect Zero (2004)

"Much of an otherwise spooky plot is lost in flamboyant imagery."

Posted Aug 27, 2004
41
14%

"We're missing more than just a paddle here."

Posted Aug 19, 2004
42
21%

"This movie gets an F+, because it did such a good job of failing."

Posted Aug 19, 2004
43
25%

"Mia is still better suited to the sensibilities of 5 year old girls than anyone else. "

Posted Aug 12, 2004
44
43%

The Village (2004)

"An eloquently suspenseful film."

Posted Aug 12, 2004
45
21%

"One must endure all that depressing down time for one happy lift in the end."

Posted Aug 6, 2004
46
66%

"Nearly as offensive as it is funny."

Posted Jul 9, 2004
47
71%

"A giant inside joke for those who know the peculiarities of rural Idaho. "

Posted Jul 2, 2004
48
50%

Best Friends (1982)

Posted Jun 30, 2004
49
84%

Rudy (1993)

"Perhaps the greatest sports movie in film history."

Posted Jun 30, 2004
50
74%

"All the literary elements are here, but it's lacking in emotion."

Posted Jun 30, 2004

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