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Barbara Sullivan

Barbara Sullivan
Barbara Sullivan's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Buffalo News

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3.5/4 55% The Polar Express (2004) The trailers and TV commercials for The Polar Express don't do justice to the breathtaking artistry of the film.‐ Buffalo News
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2.5/4 65% Coach Carter (2005) No one should have to sit in a movie theater desperately waiting for the half-time buzzer.‐ Buffalo News
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1.5/4 21% Darling Companion (2012) Absolutely no blame for this snooze-fest can be laid at the feet of the stars, who do the best they can with the rough material they have been given.‐ Buffalo News
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2.5/4 60% Assault on Precinct 13 (2005) If you are going to remake a cult film classic, it darn well ought to be better than the original. Jean-Francois Richet apparently ignored this tidbit of Filmmaking 101 wisdom when he was putting together Assault on Precinct 13.‐ Buffalo News
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3.5/4 87% Arbitrage (2012) Gere, who appears in nearly every scene of Arbitrage, turns in the best performance of his career, conveying with supreme skill and remarkable restraint the exquisite agony of Miller's desperation. ‐ Buffalo News
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2/4 65% Trishna (2012) With Trishna, writer and director Michael Winterbottom updates Thomas Hardy's 1891 novel Tess of the d'Urbervilles with decidedly mixed results.‐ Buffalo News
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3.5/4 74% Love Is All You Need (2013) A simple but luscious romantic movie about a couple for whom love is anything but easy.‐ Buffalo News
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3.5/4 92% The Spectacular Now (2013) Plenty of movies about teens are released every summer, but very few successfully capture what it is really like to be on the brink of adulthood. The Spectacular Now... is one of the few that does, and it does it, well, spectacularly.‐ Buffalo News
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3.5/4 72% Suffragette (2015) Suffragette might not be everyone's cup of tea. But it is a bracing elixir for anyone who thinks human rights are inalienable.‐ Buffalo News
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3/4 73% A Hologram for the King (2016) Black and Choudhury give fine performances, too, though they lack the dimension of their co-star. But it is Hanks, whose portrayal of Alan is suffused with sublime humor, sadness and compassion, who will earn this spare movie its praise.‐ Buffalo News
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