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Aaron Lazenby

Aaron Lazenby
Aaron Lazenby's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Filmcritic.com

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
4/5 77% Team America: World Police (2004) an irreverent overview of the current geopolitical mess ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Oct 13, 2004
4/5 43% The Brown Bunny (2004) given the sustained noise generated by The Brown Bunny, such a quiet achievement amounts to a resounding success ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Aug 12, 2004
2.5/5 74% The Name of the Rose (Der Name der Rose) (1986) the window dressing is not enough to buoy the principle acting ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Jul 23, 2004
3/5 89% The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1933) Too bad it's not much fun to watch ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted May 18, 2004
4/5 97% Gun Crazy (Deadly Is the Female) (1950) Joseph H. Lewis transforms this ostensible B-movie distraction into a notable entry in the film noir pantheon ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted May 17, 2004
5/5 97% The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) profound ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Apr 3, 2004
2.5/5 66% The Last Samurai (2003) The Last Samurai might have been designed to give Cruise a chance to shine, but to the detriment of the overall film. ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Dec 4, 2003
3/5 68% Once upon a Time in Mexico (2003) When it works, you don't care about all the times it doesn't. ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Sep 11, 2003
1.5/5 21% Basic (2003) Technically, Basic seems thrown together at the last minute. ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Mar 28, 2003
3.5/5 85% Bend It like Beckham (2003) A spirited, good-natured coming of age comedy that encompasses the immigrant experience, gender identity and family expectations with an engaging, natural ease. ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Mar 12, 2003
2/5 8% Kangaroo Jack (2003) Suffers from a dreary type of adolescence, missing the spirit of adventure or joy of a good children's film and lacking the comic sophistication necessary to make it interesting for grown ups. ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Jan 16, 2003
2/5 24% A Guy Thing (2003) It's powered by an increasingly hard to believe series of coincidences, so flagrantly employed that you might even start to believe that A Guy Thing is a clever parody of mindless romantic comedies. ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Jan 16, 2003
1.5/5 48% Femme Fatale (2002) Such a bad, self-satisfied film that you can't help but marvel, and laugh, at it. ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Oct 30, 2002
3.5/5 76% Frida (2002) Frida may not be as audacious as Julie Taymor's directorial debut Titus, but the film displays some real visual flair. ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Oct 18, 2002
2.5/5 63% Moonlight Mile (2002) Sure, it's weepy and sentimental and fails to take full advantage of an emotionally fertile premise. But as a story of loss, self-discovery and rebirth it succeeds as much as it fails. ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Sep 27, 2002
4/5 97% Spirited Away (2002) It almost goes without saying that the animation is jaw dropping. ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Sep 20, 2002
4/5 93% El Mariachi (1993) more life than 10 summer blockbusters combined ‐ Filmcritic.com
Posted Jan 1, 2000