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Tooele Transcript-Bulletin (Utah)

Rating Title | Year Quote Author
1 94%

Spider-Man 2 (2004)

"In an amazing breakthrough, it's been discovered that it pays to make good sequels; and that bigger doesn't necessarily mean better."

Posted Jun 30, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

2 78%

Two Brothers (2004)

"An especially picturesque jungle fairytale"

Posted Jun 25, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

3 61%

The Terminal (2004)

"What's less interesting than spending time in an airport? "

Posted Jun 18, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

4 70%

Dodgeball - A True Underdog Story (2004)

"Stiller's back in top form as a flamboyant male bimbo."

Posted Jun 18, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

5 31%

Around the World in 80 Days (2004)

"The feat of making it around the world in 80 days seems all too simple. It's getting through the movie that's difficult."

Posted Jun 17, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

6 15%

Garfield - The Movie (2004)

"Not even worth a rental."

Posted Jun 16, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

7 91%

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004)

"Cuaron achieves what the first two films failed at: creating an empathetic, human dimension for both Harry Potter and the entire world of witchcraft and wizardry."

Posted Jun 4, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

8 64%

13 Going on 30 (2004)

"Leaves you feeling cheated and a bit cynical about the whole experience. "

Posted Jun 4, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

9 89%

Shrek 2 (2004)

"It's not so much a prediction as a no-brainer that "Shrek 2" is going to be very, very big this summer."

Posted May 20, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

10 54%

Troy (2004)

"A flashy, flighty, violent heckuva good time."

Posted May 14, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

11 82%

The Revenge of the Pink Panther (1978)

Posted May 10, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

12 23%

Van Helsing (2004)

"A beastly cacophony of recklessly rendered CGI, intolerable volume, and defective writing."

Posted May 10, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

13 97%

The Princess Bride (1987)

Posted May 3, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

14 83%

Mean Girls (2004)

"Sports a wicked script with scathing insight and humor rarely seen in teen comedies."

Posted May 3, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

15 50%

Ella Enchanted (2004)

"Looks an awful lot like "Shrek," down to the funky closing dance sequence."

Posted Apr 22, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

16 84%

Kill Bill: Volume 2 (2004)

"I'm left hoping in vain for Volume 3"

Posted Apr 16, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

17 30%

The Alamo (2004)

"Thornton's Crockett provides most of the entertainment value hidden in this haystack of historical boredom. "

Posted Apr 15, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

18 81%

Hellboy (2004)

"Irritatingly drawn-out and overblown."

Posted Apr 2, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

19 41%

Jersey Girl (2004)

"Anyone who's ever had a little girl will have a difficult time not liking the film."

Posted Mar 29, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

20 93%

Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind (2004)

"The most daring and bizarre in a string of daring and bizarre films penned by Kaufman."

Posted Mar 19, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

21 47%

Secret Window (2004)

"You can thank Johnny Depp and Johnny Depp alone for any enjoyment you get out of this film. "

Posted Mar 12, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

22 63%

Starsky & Hutch (2004)

"Seriously short on laughs."

Posted Mar 5, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

23 22%

Dirty Dancing - Havana Nights (2004)

"How precious Hollywood resources ended up being diverted to this effort is a dark mystery"

Posted Feb 27, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

24 81%

The Barbarian Invasions (Les Invasions barbares) (2003)

"Terribly long-winded and uninspiring."

Posted Feb 27, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

25 49%

The Passion of the Christ (2004)

"It will spare you no mercy."

Posted Feb 26, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

26 73%

The Best Two Years (2004)

"This is truly a well crafted and compelling exploration of lives changed by religion. Among the best of it's kind."

Posted Feb 24, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

27 44%

50 First Dates (2004)

"As a comedy, it's hit-and-miss. As a romance, it's a home run. "

Posted Feb 13, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

28 77%

Big Fish (2003)

"Edward Bloom's life journey is a lovely and moving experience."

Posted Feb 5, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

29 77%

The Cooler (2003)

"If you particularly enjoy watching lost souls forfeit otherwise fulfilling lives for the emptiness of Vegas, this might be for you."

Posted Feb 5, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

30 53%

Win A Date With Tad Hamilton! (2004)

"Infinitely more entertaining, sincere, and charming than most teen romantic comedies ever dare to be."

Posted Jan 23, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

31 26%

Along Came Polly (2004)

"Any and all funny aspect of this film are overshadowed by a strong tendency toward the sick and wrong."

Posted Jan 16, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

32 19%

Chasing Liberty (2004)

"Sends messages much too mature for the young audiences to which they are pitching. "

Posted Jan 9, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

33 ——

Home Teachers (2006)

"Starts out genuinely funny, morphs into fourth-grade style silliness, and awkwardly transitions into an almost somber and serious ending."

Posted Jan 9, 2004

Audrey Rock-Richardson

34 77%

Peter Pan (2003)

"Good for little ones, watchable for their parents."

Posted Dec 23, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

35 71%

Cold Mountain (2003)

"A despondent and long-winded ode to "Gone With the Wind." "

Posted Dec 23, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

36 94%

The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003)

"If, by some obscene injustice, this doesn't receive the Oscar it's so obviously overqualified for, it will be one of the greatest wrongs in Hollywood history."

Posted Dec 18, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

37 65%

The Last Samurai (2003)

"The most staggeringly beautiful cinematography of the year makes The Last Samurai a visual feast."

Posted Dec 5, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

38 66%

Pride and Prejudice (2003)

"...So far the only LDS-themed comedy with "crossover" appeal."

Posted Dec 5, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

39 58%

The Missing (2003)

"A haunting, harrowing portrayal of what a family goes through when one of their own is stolen. "

Posted Nov 26, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

40 100%

Pride and Prejudice (Mini-Series) ()

Posted Nov 26, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

41 13%

The Haunted Mansion (2003)

"The Haunted Mansion, is a good reason for skeptics of the "theme park ride as movie" concept to be skeptical."

Posted Nov 26, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

42 85%

Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003)

"This is the movie we wanted "Titanic" to be."

Posted Nov 24, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

43 64%

Willard (2003)

"Oddly, Glover is able to somehow solicit a sick sense of sympathy for his loner character."

Posted Nov 13, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

44 57%

Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003)

"A borderline-amusing, sometimes funny, and appropriately lighthearted film for the whole family."

Posted Nov 13, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

45 38%

Brother Bear (2003)

"With Brother Bear, Disney fails to live up to it's own set of self-imposed standards. "

Posted Nov 13, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

46 85%

Kill Bill: Volume 1 (2003)

"A psychotically enjoyable murderous massacre of epic proportions."

Posted Oct 23, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

47 36%

The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003)

"Reminds us what the "slasher flick" genre is all about and why we used to love it so much"

Posted Oct 17, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

48 75%

Intolerable Cruelty (2003)

"Clooney shows off a combination of bumbling comic genius and romantic appeal not seen since the old days of Hollywood."

Posted Oct 10, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

49 92%

School of Rock (2003)

"The chief reason to see School of Rock is that it's your chance to see Hollywood's newest comic star in the making."

Posted Oct 10, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

50 17%

Book of Mormon Movie - Volume 1: The Journey (2006)

"Those who hold LDS religious beliefs dear will find moments of meaning and palpable sincerity. But good intentions alone do not constitute a worthy film."

Posted Oct 3, 2003

Audrey Rock-Richardson

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