Caitlin Moore

Caitlin Moore
Caitlin Moore's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Washington Post The Daily Dot

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
1.5/5 No Score Yet Enter the Anime (2019) Enter the Anime is an hour-long infomercial for Netflix original anime that wastes everyone's time. - The Daily Dot EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 15, 2019
4.5/5 94% Rocko's Modern Life: Static Cling (2019) It's remarkable how all the moving parts of Static Cling coalesce in one perfectly paced, thematically coherent special that's still consistent with the old show's appeal. - The Daily Dot EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 13, 2019
2/4 92% In Search of Israeli Cuisine (2017) Like the graphics that intermittently appear as Solomonov travels (and which look like the first Google Image result for "Israel map"), the documentary proves slightly underwhelming. - Washington Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 20, 2017
3/4 96% Moana (2016) While the main themes of "Moana" are identity and self-discovery - familiar territory, to be sure - the film manages to enliven such well-traveled latitudes with a breeze as fresh as the islands. - Washington Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 22, 2016
2/4 18% The Huntsman: Winter's War (2016) While the funny, action-packed sequences are the best parts, they are indicative of the film's main problems: an inability to focus and an overly complicated plot. - Washington Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 21, 2016
1.5/4 11% The Choice (2016) There are no surprises here - okay, maybe one - and you can expect some light welling-up of the tear ducts and a few laugh-out-loud moments, sandwiched between corny dialogue and dramatic acts of love. - Washington Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 4, 2016
2/4 15% Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip (2015) The movie does nothing special or surprising, but it doesn't particularly offend, either. - Washington Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 17, 2015
1.5/4 38% We Are Your Friends (2015) By the end ... the original bits fade as easily as one song bleeds into another. - Washington Post EDIT
Read More | Posted Aug 27, 2015