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Heat Magazine

All reviews published on Heat Magazine always count toward the Tomatometer score because it is a Tomato-approved publication.
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
76%

"It swirls with passion and intrigue, with Blunt's sovereign feisty in state matters and charmingly flirtatious with Prince Albert."

Posted Mar 7, 2009
2
95%

The Class (2008)

"Don't let the aura of subtitles and arthouse put you off - this is probably the finest schoolroom drama ever made."

Posted Feb 27, 2009
3
29%

New In Town (2009)

"must have paid Zellweger a lot of money. Romcom fans should save theirs for repeat outings to He's Just Not That Into You."

Posted Feb 27, 2009
4
59%

"The film-makers are predictably making much of the allegedly prophetic nature of their bankers-as-villains storyline. Nice try. At its heart, The International is just another tale of a flawed idealist tangling with faceless corporate evil."

Posted Feb 27, 2009
5
67%

"The story of Chess Records (Muddy Waters, Chuck Berry etc) is a tad episodic, but the cast, including Beyonce, is strong."

EDIT
Posted Feb 19, 2009
6
98%

"This documentary about a Canadian heavy metal trying to regain their fame in their 50s is hilarious and heartbreaking."

EDIT
Posted Feb 19, 2009
7
79%

Gran Torino (2009)

"Relentlessly gripping, wryly funny yet profoundly moving - another movie masterclass from Clint."

Posted Feb 19, 2009
8
25%

"Shopaholic is a pleasingly addictive treat. Happily, it's one that won't max out your credit card."

Posted Feb 19, 2009
9
23%

Push (2009)

"British director McGuigan clearly hoped to make more than a dopey, effects-laden actioner. Unfortunately, he's made an uneven and pretentious one instead."

Posted Feb 19, 2009
10
45%

"Cute, silly family fare from Nickelodeon."

Posted Feb 12, 2009
11
51%

Notorious (2009)

"It's ultimately a generic music biopic."

Posted Feb 12, 2009
12
12%

"The animated title sequence is fun. Besides one set-piece involving a burning restaurant, the rest of the movie isn't."

Posted Feb 12, 2009
13
81%

"This time, the words really should be believed: a massive return to form for Woody Allen. No lie. At this rate, we might even forgive him for Cassandra's Dream."

Posted Feb 12, 2009