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Catharine Tunnacliffe

Catharine Tunnacliffe

Agrees with the Tomatometer 76% of the time.

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/5 89% The Human Body (2001) "A movie about the hard-to-reach interior landscapes inside all of us -- rushing currents of blood, jostling crowds of sperm, electrified neurons in the brain. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Dec 29, 2001
4/4 80% Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) "The good news is that the film is about as careful an adaptation as can be imagined, one that takes next to no liberties with the original text. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Nov 24, 2001
4/5 52% American Pie 2 (2001) "Herz's genius lies in his ability to push beyond the obvious joke into nightmarish territory, until the audience is doubled over with horrified laughter. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Aug 14, 2001
4/4 84% George Washington (2000) "An abstract, symbolic title is perfect for such an abstract, symbolic movie. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Aug 9, 2001
1/5 29% Pootie Tang (2001) "There are bad movies, there are disappointing movies, and then there's Pootie Tang, a movie so incompetent, it almost defies description. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Aug 2, 2001
2/5 32% America's Sweethearts (2001) "As plastic as the films it attempts to lampoon. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Aug 2, 2001
73% A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001) "A.I.'s success rests entirely on the narrow shoulders of Haley Joel Osment, and he is astonishing - the finest child actor since Jodi Foster. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Aug 2, 2001
4/5 100% The Hidden Fortress (kakushi-toride No San-akunin) (1958) "It's a top-notch work with a lot more humour than most Kurosawa films. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Aug 1, 2001
2/5 26% Swordfish (2001) "Sena is a devotee of what should be called the Maxim school of filmmaking, and his movies are all about the getting the goods: fast cars, expensive electronics, swish houses, beautiful babes. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Jun 25, 2001
3/5 93% Superman (1978) "Though Superman has aged more gracefully than many '70s sci-fi films, the film's drawn-out first act may make viewers long for the more modern wham-blam style of comic-book movies. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Jun 6, 2001
2/5 33% Angel Eyes (2001) "Running out of stuff to make the characters do, Di Pego is reduced to having them make speeches. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Jun 4, 2001
3/5 62% The Claim (2000) "The performances from the ensemble cast are extremely strong, especially from Bentley and Jovovich, but somehow their feelings end up being muffled. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Apr 26, 2001
3/4 93% Spy Kids (2001) eye WEEKLY
Posted Apr 9, 2001
2/5 67% Sade (2000) "Dialogue-heavy and too cerebral for its own good -- or, at any rate, too cerebral for its racy subject matter. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Apr 4, 2001
4/5 68% The Crimson Rivers (2001) "Contains a few genuine surprises, and demands that audiences remain attentive. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Apr 3, 2001
3/5 96% Kirikou and the Sorceress (1998) "Kirikou's depiction of Africa and Africans is dignified, not Disneyfied, and though that may not help the film at the box office, it does make for a welcome change. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Mar 20, 2001
2/5 20% Monkeybone (2001) "Disaster should have been a foregone conclusion. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Mar 5, 2001
2/5 31% Vatel (2000) "May be opulent, but it's not deep. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Mar 5, 2001
4/5 39% Hannibal (2001) "The film's success is due almost entirely to the scriptwriting team of David Mamet and Steven Zaillian, who smooth out the rougher edges of Thomas Harris' novel and actually improve the story. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Feb 26, 2001
2/5 21% The Invisible Circus (2001) "Though the script is remarkably faithful to Jennifer Egan's novel, it relies too heavily on voice-over to move the plot along, preferring to baldly inform the audience of developments than letting us figure them out for ourselves. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Feb 26, 2001
2/5 53% The Family Man (2000) "Exists only to provide middle-class, middle-brow entertainment. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Feb 7, 2001
2/5 48% The Road to El Dorado (2000) "Amid this excess of action set pieces and no fewer than six musical numbers, the snappy chemistry between Kline and Branagh is reduced to a sideshow, when it should have been the main event. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Jan 1, 2000
3/5 47% The Perfect Storm (2000) "The 50-foot waves and screaming winds (a blend of Industrial Light & Magic effects and the real-life Hurricane Floyd, which arrived during filming) are exceptionally terrifying. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Jan 1, 2000
3/5 78% Space Cowboys (2000) "The film has been attractively packaged, and if -- like many fans -- you'd pay to watch Clint read a menu, then you'll find Space Cowboys an enjoyable time warp back to the summer of '98. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Jan 1, 2000
3/5 48% The Way of the Gun (2000) "Starts out intelligently, only to fall apart during its last act. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Jan 1, 2000
95% Best in Show (2000) "Not quite strong enough for a champion status, Best in Show still makes a pretty solid case for runner-up. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Jan 1, 2000
3/5 40% Pay It Forward (2000) " Acting from the three leads is solid, and director Mimi Leder manages to make their problems meaningful, despite the heavy we-can-change- the-world message. " ‐ eye WEEKLY
Posted Jan 1, 2000
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