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Anderson Jones

Anderson Jones

Agrees with the Tomatometer 91% of the time.

Anderson Jones's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): E! Online, FilmStew.com

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
89% Waitress (2007) "The pregancy news depresses her, which is exactly the opposite response of women in most chick flicks. " ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted May 4, 2007
47% Coffee Date (2006) "Might usher in a whole new cinema trend: the gay romantic comedy. " ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Nov 10, 2006
84% Akeelah and the Bee (2006) "E-x-h-i-l-i-r-a-t-o-r-y-; g-l-a-d-d-e-n-i-n-g; s-a-l-u-b-r-i-o-u-s. Spell it any way you want, this one's a keeper. " ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Apr 28, 2006
9% Ultraviolet (2006) "Has filmmaking really become this cynical, or is it just me? " ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Mar 8, 2006
87% Brokeback Mountain (2005) "As devastating and heart-breaking as the best love stories of cinema: Gone with the Wind, Casablanca, Doctor Zhivago. " ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Dec 9, 2005
46% Rent (2005) "Would things have been different had Spike Lee directed? We may never know, but I'll bet he would have shot in the city rather than a phony looking studio back lot. " ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Nov 23, 2005
20% Derailed (2005) "Making out with exotic natives on a private isle or sticking pins into an Angelina Jolie voodoo doll would both be a better use of Aniston's time. " ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Nov 11, 2005
19% Domino (2005) "I find it hard to believe that Domino would peel off her clothes and do a lap dance for a bunch of East L.A. gang bangers to diffuse a tense situation. But what do I know? " ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Oct 14, 2005
46% Dark Water (2005) "As we call it around the FilmStew water cooler, "The Second in a Series of Jennifer Connelly's Attempts to Find Reasonably Priced Real Estate." " ‐ FilmStew.com
Posted Jul 8, 2005
61% Hulk (2003) "A spectacular achievement in filmmaking and, perhaps, the most consciously stylistic comic-book movie yet. " ‐ E! Online
Posted Jun 6, 2003
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