Bonnie Fazio

Bonnie Fazio

Agrees with the Tomatometer 75% of the time.

Bonnie Fazio's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Reel.com

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
2.5/4 72% Hallam Foe (Mister Foe) (2007) "Another successful and intriguing entry in Mackenzie's growing oeuvre." ‐ Reel.com
Posted Oct 18, 2008
3/4 91% Shotgun Stories (2007) "Writer/director Jeff Nichols is one to watch. He has fashioned a simple but powerful cautionary tale, equal parts Southern Gothic and Greek tragedy, and has given a familiar kind of material a fresh spin." ‐ Reel.com
Posted Oct 18, 2008
2.5/4 50% Then She Found Me (2007) "If it's not a completely satisfying film, it's not a completely mediocre one, either. See it if the subject matter intrigues, or you're a fan of one or more of the actors." ‐ Reel.com
Posted Feb 15, 2008
3/4 78% The Page Turner (La Tourneuse de pages) (2006) "Quietly suspenseful." ‐ Reel.com
Posted Mar 17, 2007
3/4 79% Private Fears in Public Places (Coeurs) (2007) "Whether or not uneven character-identification was part of Renais' intention, we leave the theater under the film's delicate spell, anxious to discuss the possibilities with other viewers." ‐ Reel.com
Posted Mar 3, 2007
3/4 87% Into Great Silence (2007) "The film's pacing and its meditative, almost hypnotic quality are completely in fulfillment of [director] Gröning's intentions, not at all a failure to engage. Silence won't engage everyone, but it achieves its purpose." ‐ Reel.com
Posted Feb 24, 2007
3.5/4 88% Hear and Now (2007) "Irene Taylor Brodsky's documentary about her parents' late-in-life decision to undergo cochlear-implant surgery is a moving tribute to her folks and their accomplishments, and an engrossing emotional roller-coaster for filmgoers." ‐ Reel.com
Posted Feb 17, 2007
3/4 56% The Notorious Bettie Page (2006) "Director Harron refrains from moralizing (against very soft-core but sometimes kink-oriented porn) or making political statements (supporting First Amendment rights), but her treatment of Page herself is decidedly affectionate." ‐ Reel.com
Posted Feb 22, 2006
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