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Bob Satuloff

Bob Satuloff
Bob Satuloff's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film Journal International

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet Parallel Sons (1995) Simply too adolescently overwrought to sit well with late '90s audiences, gay or otherwise. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jul 11, 2007
No Score Yet Other Voices Other Rooms (1997) Literal to a fault, enervatingly paced, and lacking the novel's poetic vitality, the movie seems stilted and stultifying. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Nov 13, 2001
83% Gonin (The Five) (1995) [A] dark, pounding exercise in mayhem, revenge, nihilism and despair in contemporary Tokyo. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Apr 20, 2001
7% An American Werewolf in Paris (1997) Lacks the style, wit and suspense that marked Waller's debut feature, Mute Witness. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
32% The Real Blonde (1998) Strains to build up a head of comic steam, but there's nowhere very interesting to go. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
40% I Love You...Don't Touch Me! (1997) Seems longer than the rough cut of Titanic. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
72% Cop Land (1997) The way in which Mangold's writing and direction redistribute the weight of Stallone's screen persona is bound to impress. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
52% The Matchmaker (1997) Perfectly affable, and there are some good laughs. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
74% Eye of God (1997) Impresses with its ambitious theme, complex structure, well-sustained tension and strong, heartfelt performances. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
6% A Smile like Yours (1997) A shallow, empty-headed rehash of cliches about the perils of contemporary marriage and baby-making. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
64% The Winter Guest (1997) Acted with depth and acuity by its ensemble cast. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
82% Washington Square (1997) Painstakingly produced, dramatically compelling, and acted with skill and intensity. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
72% In & Out (1997) Sets the comic Richter Scale jumping. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
55% G.I. Jane (1997) A simplistic, succeed-against-the-odds fantasy in Simpson-Bruckheimer mode. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
15% For Richer or Poorer (1997) A culture-clash comedy that's less a movie than an overproduced, four-times-too-long sitcom. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
100% Lilies (1996) Greyson deserves much credit for realizing an outrageous theatrical conceit with clarity, consistency, and an arsenal of cinematic ideas. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
No Score Yet Twisted (1997) Donsky, whose background is in the theatre, gives the film a solid structure, reveals a stylist's eye, and draws lively performances from a uniformly colorful cast. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
40% Fallen (1997) Too creepy for mainstream moviegoers and too tame for genre audiences. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
71% Going All the Way (1997) That rare '50s piece capable of attracting a young '90s audience. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
63% Starship Troopers (1997) If Showgirls represented Verhoeven's bid to become Hollywood's most shameless vulgarian, that sound you hear in Starship Troopers is the other shoe dropping. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
67% Bent (1997) Remains more a theatrical work than a cinematic one--but its dramatic story, powerful theme and historical importance are undeniable. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
85% Wag the Dog (1997) Breezily entertaining, cannily crafted, sociopolitical satire that brandishes razor-sharp teeth. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
48% Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil (1997) The film's effect is that of a fictional travelogue that offers amusement, but lacks substance. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000