Chris Pepus

Chris Pepus

Agrees with the Tomatometer 100% of the time.

Chris Pepus's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s):

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

Dylan Thomas' Under Milk Wood (1973)

"A loving adaptation and...a fine introduction to Thomas's poetry" ‐
Posted Nov 7, 2005

Land of the Dead (2005)

"Possesses the same heady mix of satire and searing horror that characterized the director's first two entries in the series. " ‐
Posted Jun 24, 2005
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Lapsia ja aikuisia - Kuinka niitä tehdään? (Producing Adults) (2004)

"Simply adding a lesbian element to the standard chick-flick love triangle is not enough to make a film original or compelling." ‐
Posted Jun 15, 2005

The Longest Yard (2005)

"Obviously aimed at a football audience, but the film's shortcomings will annoy knowledgeable sports fans even more than other moviegoers. " ‐
Posted May 26, 2005
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Monster Dog (1982)

"The premise is a recipe for a cheesy good time, but the resulting film is flat and ponderous." ‐
Posted Feb 12, 2005

White Noise (2005)

"The film's strong premise makes it even more disappointing than similarly weak efforts in the horror genre." ‐
Posted Jan 24, 2005
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Bush Family Fortunes: The Best Democracy Money Can Buy (2004)

" More than any other documentary, 'Bush Family Fortunes' shows how George Jr.'s life of regal privilege has convinced him that he can get away with anything." ‐
Posted Oct 16, 2004

4 Little Girls (1997)

"Some of the credit for the two convictions may well be due to Spike Lee's memorable 1997 documentary...which brought new attention to the case." ‐
Posted Sep 16, 2004

Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism (2004)

"A damning and thorough indictment of Fox News's dishonest reporting" ‐
Posted Aug 18, 2004

The Corporation (2004)

"a sharp satirical edge" ‐
Posted Jul 27, 2004

Van Helsing (2004)

"More closely resembles the disappointing, overwrought monster rallies of the 1940's than the subtle, chilling classics of the early '30s. " ‐
Posted May 6, 2004

Kill Bill: Volume 2 (2004)

"Volume 2 upends expectations in humorous ways, but it also offers more of what audiences anticipate from a Tarantino movie." ‐
Posted Apr 20, 2004