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Brian Clark's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Austin Chronicle

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
2/5 41%

Everyone's Hero (2006)

"Young boys may be enchanted by the inspirational adventure, but for anyone over the age of nine, Yankee's journey is ultimately a dull one paved with good intentions." ‐Austin Chronicle
Posted Sep 30, 2006
3/5 54%

The Protector (Tom yum goong) (Warrior King) (2005)

"By the end you're so invigorated that narrative issues seem like an afterthought." ‐Austin Chronicle
Posted Sep 23, 2006
1.5/5 22%

Barnyard (2006)

"Strictly for kids, and, as the three or four people who saw Oedekerk's previous directing effort, Kung Pow: Enter the Fist, can attest, the writer/director tends to stretch even throwaway jokes minutes past the punch line." ‐Austin Chronicle
Posted Sep 23, 2006
0/5 4%

Material Girls (2006)

"The villain (a greedy corporate man of some sort) isn't very fleshed out, but it's hard to believe that he's any worse than the two self-serving, appearance-obsessed protagonists, with whom the film asks young girls everywhere to identify." ‐Austin Chronicle
Posted Sep 2, 2006
1.5/5 18%

Shadowboxer (2005)

"There's no glee here, just a handful of glum characters stuck in an unending cycle of sex, violence, and heavy-handed preaching." ‐Austin Chronicle
Posted Aug 19, 2006
1/5 37%

Accepted (2006)

"It's an obvious nod to Rock 'n' Roll High School that mostly serves as a grim reminder of how far comedies about the education system have fallen." ‐Austin Chronicle
Posted Aug 17, 2006
2/4 40%

Scoop (2006)

"Scoop suffers from the same problem as much of Allen's recent work: Even when the witty banter clicks, it seems stale." ‐Austin Chronicle
Posted Jul 27, 2006
2.5/5 56%

The King (2006)

"The many possible ways to read the film might be more fruitful if Marsh's direction was more assured." ‐Austin Chronicle
Posted Jul 15, 2006
2/5 21%

You, Me and Dupree (2006)

"Not that the film needed to head into darker territory, but sidestepping even half of the clichés of the final act may keep the film from feeling so uneven and disposable. But, as far as disposable entertainment goes, it gets the job done." ‐Austin Chronicle
Posted Jul 13, 2006
2.5/5 75%

Look Both Ways (2006)

"It's the type of film in which a character sits next to his work acquaintance for a few moments, then asks, 'Do you believe in God?'" ‐Austin Chronicle
Posted Jul 8, 2006
2/5 37%

The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006)

"Racing junkies would be better off browsing the myriad online drifting videos where the camera doesn't cut and the people don't speak. Film buffs would be better off watching Two-Lane Blacktop, but they probably already knew that." ‐Austin Chronicle
Posted Jun 15, 2006
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