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Armond White

Armond White

Agrees with the Tomatometer 53% of the time.

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet Me and My Gal (1932) "Me and My Gal justifies the loftiest standards of realism and entertainment. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jul 22, 2011
80% Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) "When all these bland Marvel Comics franchise movies blur together in memory, it won't prove that they amounted to one great epic master narrative, but that they're all indistinguishable. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jul 22, 2011
96% Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 (2011) "Now that the Harry Potter series is over, maybe the truth can be realized: This has been the dullest franchise in the history of movie franchises. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jul 13, 2011
90% Winnie the Pooh (2011) "Although this is an adaptation of the A.A. Milne tales first published in 1926, it unleashes an essential quality of dreaming -- and of cinema. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jul 13, 2011
91% Tabloid (2011) "Evading the issue of what used to be called "yellow journalism," Morris' depraved method prevents us from ever getting out of this swamp. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jul 13, 2011
90% Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest (2011) "Tribe's music takes a backseat to power struggle and personality conflict. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jul 11, 2011
35% Transformers: Dark of the Moon (2011) "By avoiding contemplation about the emotional nature of its clanging, morphing, warring creatures ... Bay and executive producer Steven Spielberg accommodate the insensitivity that characterizes post-9/11 culture. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jun 30, 2011
36% Larry Crowne (2011) "The humanist opposite to Hollywood's self-congratulatory snark. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jun 29, 2011
44% Bad Teacher (2011) "Kasdan and company miss the opportunity to connect Elizabeth's venality to the greed and materialism that her pop consumer students absorb daily. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jun 27, 2011
26% Green Lantern (2011) "The F/X of Hal creating objects out of his ring's green light are successfully, modestly fantastic. Such professionalism needn't resort to dumb stereotyping. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jun 19, 2011
79% Page One: Inside the New York Times (2011) "Rossi's own Times bias gives Page One a romantic, rather than journalistic, slant. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jun 15, 2011
82% Super 8 (2011) "Pandering and illogical, Super 8's plot makes no demands on viewers' intelligence. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jun 10, 2011
82% Trollhunter (2011) "Ovredal's man-to-monster compositions alternately recall Tiananmen Square or the destruction of New York's WTC, and then evoke the obligation of witnessing such deeds. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jun 8, 2011
86% X-Men: First Class (2011) "The entire film is a hackneyed exercise. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jun 6, 2011
55% Mr. Nice (2011) "Thewlis' great talent has been MIA since Mike Leigh's 1993 Naked but here he delivers a caricature of British cultural audacity that is so outrageously vivid it deserves the term Dickensian. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jun 3, 2011
84% Beginners (2011) "Beginners is not culturally astute. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jun 2, 2011
76% Rejoice & Shout (2011) "Rejoice and Shout offers the most magnificent, heroic examples of art to be found in any movie so far this year. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jun 2, 2011
59% Film socialisme (2011) "More than a storyteller, always a poet, Jean-Luc Godard continues to challenge how movies function and how we look at them. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Jun 2, 2011
73% Tuesday, After Christmas (2011) "It is faint praise to note that Tuesday, After Christmas is the most approachable of recent Romanian releases. Still, it's neither revealing nor compelling. " ‐ New York Press
Posted May 25, 2011
33% The Hangover Part II (2011) "Telling a bad joke twice doesn't mean it was any good the first time. " ‐ New York Press
Posted May 25, 2011
84% The Tree of Life (2011) "Perched on a cliff of near self-parody, The Tree of Life dares to reveal Malick's idiosyncratic -- and humorless -- interest in existential occurrences. " ‐ New York Press
Posted May 24, 2011
59% The First Grader (2011) "It's so rare to see a film with such a great subject that the flaws of The First Grader are totally forgivable. " ‐ New York Press
Posted May 18, 2011
32% Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (2011) "Depp's caricature is so far past its expiration date that it forces speculation about the actor's own movie stardom. " ‐ New York Press
Posted May 18, 2011
93% Midnight in Paris (2011) "The groupie-like celebration of Allen's doubled-up cultural insecurity and ambition represents a global degradation of culture standards. " ‐ New York Press
Posted May 18, 2011
90% Bridesmaids (2011) "It's an overly contrived jumble, trying out too many comic ideas that eventually swamp the central subject of what a modern young woman expects regarding friendship, courtship and marriage. " ‐ New York Press
Posted May 11, 2011
52% Last Night (2011) "It is far beyond the juvenile time-jumping in Blue Valentine or the old-fogey show tunes nostalgia of any random Nora Ephron movie. " ‐ New York Press
Posted May 11, 2011
100% Sasame-yuki (Fine Snow)(Hosone yuki)(The Makioka Sisters) (1983) "A full-fledged exercise in the sensuality of genetic similarity and different shades of family sensibility. " ‐ New York Press
Posted May 8, 2011
56% Jumping the Broom (2011) "Jumping the Broom is an in-law comedy with soul. " ‐ New York Press
Posted May 8, 2011
77% Thor (2011) "It's still inconceivable that people could look at the shabby Iron Man 1 and gaudy Iron Man 2 and be satisfied. The latest addition to that Marvel studios franchise is Thor, and it, too, suffers from filmmaking without wit. " ‐ New York Press
Posted May 8, 2011
61% The Beaver (2011) "Ventriloquism -- seeing and speaking through others -- is Foster's metaphor for the compassion that art ought to elicit, but that even the Hollywood community of "artists" has failed in making Gibson a pariah. " ‐ New York Press
Posted May 4, 2011
77% Fast Five (2011) "Dom and O'Connor repeat the urban ethnic mythology that started with James Cagney and Pat O'Brien in 1930s gangster films at Warner Bros. studios, but update realities to include contemporary, post-Civil Rights-era race-mixing. " ‐ New York Press
Posted May 3, 2011
36% Prom (2011) "Prom looks and feels blissful. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Apr 27, 2011
96% Cave of Forgotten Dreams (2011) "Leave it to Werner Herzog to find a use for 3D technology that isn't part of some gimmick to hoodwink kids of all ages. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Apr 27, 2011
92% Incendies (2011) "Villeneuve folds the mother's history within the siblings' search, eloquently connecting the past to the present in a way that makes politics and morality matter. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Apr 25, 2011
41% Footprints (2011) "Some filmmakers and journalists like to promote the myth of Hollywood as a wonderful, harmless dream machine but that disingenuous notion is touchingly subverted in Steven Peros' Footprints. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Apr 19, 2011
82% The Double Hour (2011) "Only when Capotondi trades in chaos and negativity does he show a giallo streak-unfortunately that's for most of the film. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Apr 13, 2011
89% A Screaming Man (2011) "It's very much a universal portrait of human willfulness, perhaps the finest since Charles Stone III's Mr. 3000, starring Bernie Mac. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Apr 13, 2011
55% The Conspirator (2011) "Redford himself seems to believe his own legend; he has joined his knuckle-headed, self-righteous progeny -- George Clooney, Sean Penn and Matt Damon -- by directing a film that is as dull as it is politically hip. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Apr 13, 2011
46% Soul Surfer (2011) "The movie glides by easily -- like surfing looks -- which is the result of genuine and strong filmmaking craft. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Apr 13, 2011
86% Meek's Cutoff (2011) "It challenges patriarchy and racism, but it never risks questioning received political ideas. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Apr 6, 2011
71% Hanna (2011) "Imminently watchable, Hanna suggests a thinking-person's Kick-Ass. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Apr 6, 2011
57% To Die Like A Man (2011) "Indulging Rodriguez's ugliness limits the image of gay life and gay culture to negativity and grotesquerie. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Apr 6, 2011
26% Arthur (2011) "Worse than film school formula, Arthur's transparently the product of some powerful Hollywood agents responsible for foisting Brand on American culture. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Apr 6, 2011
27% Your Highness (2011) "By trashing fairytale propriety, Green and McBride personalize the genre enthusiasm of the Star Wars generation. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Apr 6, 2011
66% Insidious (2011) "Its plot, ripped off from The Amityville Horror, shows so little psychological or occult logic that it exposes its own sheer dumbness as just a series of spookings. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Mar 30, 2011
24% Sucker Punch (2011) "It's bloody but without menstrual awareness; just as its musical pretext neglects to express genuine feminine trauma or yearning. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Mar 25, 2011
83% Potiche (2011) "It's another signpost on Ozon's apprenticeship toward cinema mastery. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Mar 23, 2011
71% Paul (2011) "Paul brings back all that is consequential through an ingenious spoof of taken-for-granted sci-fi lore. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Mar 23, 2011
83% The Lincoln Lawyer (2011) "Typically, The Lincoln Lawyer uses black pop culture to bring urban consciousness and street cunning to a Hollywood film's slick surface. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Mar 23, 2011
76% 3 Backyards (2011) "Unlike those indie directors whose feel-good, P.C. claptrap predictably gets praised by the very people it flatters, Mendelsohn makes suburban poetry that opposes the way middle-class film culture likes to fantasize itself. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Mar 23, 2011
99% Bill Cunningham New York (2011) "A less good doc than last year's more honest and insightful Smash His Camera, about paparazzo Ron Galella. " ‐ New York Press
Posted Mar 16, 2011
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