Barrett Hooper

Barrett Hooper

Agrees with the Tomatometer 77% of the time.

Barrett Hooper's reviews (from any publication) always count toward the Tomatometer because this critic is a Tomatometer-approved critic.

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
2/5 65%

Quantum of Solace (2008)

"It's not Octopussy bad -- parts of Quantum are as thrilling as any in the 22-film franchise -- but it's a huge disappointment, especially after Casino Royale renewed 007's licence to thrill." ‐ NOW Toronto
Posted Nov 2, 2015
5/5 98%

Let the Right One In (2008)

"A strange, stunning and surprisingly sweet Swedish film about childhood friendship and first love." ‐ NOW Toronto
Posted Oct 6, 2015
4/5 84%

In Bruges (2008)

"In terms of showing what Farrell is capable of as an actor and not just as a marquee name, In Bruges stands alongside The New World." ‐ NOW Toronto
Posted Dec 14, 2014

Everything Must Go (2011)

"Just when Will Ferrell was beginning to wear out his welcome with his buffoonish man-child act, he dials it down to deliver a surprisingly tender and moving turn in the drama Everything Must Go." ‐ Moving Pictures Magazine
Posted May 11, 2011
4/4 91%

Your Mommy Kills Animals (2007)

"It's impossible to watch without having your point of view challenged - no matter which side of the issue you're on." ‐ National Post
Posted Aug 6, 2007

Godsend (2003)

"Plagues of locusts and planet-drowning floods are also heaven-sent, and would probably be infinitely more pleasant to sit through." ‐ Rue Morgue Magazine
Posted Jun 30, 2004
3.5/4 90%

Whale Rider (2003)

"An exquisitely crafted and enchanting film that tiptoes gently between stark family drama and magic realism." ‐ National Post
Posted Jun 13, 2003
2/4 87%

Dracula: Pages From a Virgin's Diary (2003)

"As lifeless as a Masterpiece Theatre broadcast, broken up by pirouettes and pliĆ©s instead of Alistair Cooke's droning." ‐ National Post
Posted May 30, 2003
1/4 19%

House of 1000 Corpses (2003)

"Generates little in the way of genuine terror or suspense." ‐ National Post
Posted Apr 18, 2003