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Chuck Graham

Chuck Graham
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
B 89% Rushmore (1998) What makes "Rushmore" so bracingly bittersweet is watching outgunned Max defy the obvious and rush headlong into battle, armed only with his heart.‐ Tucson Citizen
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B- 59% The Rugrats Movie (1998) Being an adult who has never seen the "Rugrats" cable TV show, it is a bit difficult to understand after seeing the movie why the No. 1-rated cable TV show - of any kind - is "Rugrats."‐ Tucson Citizen
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C 21% Leave It to Beaver (1997) This seems like about the right amount of plot for a TV episode. But not nearly enough for a 90minute feature.‐ Tucson Citizen
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B 36% I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997) "I Know What You Did Last Summer" is good enough to be a fun date movie or a cheap thrill with friends on a Sunday afternoon.‐ Tucson Citizen
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C 60% Hart's War (2002) "Hart's War" keeps sounding too interesting. Trust me, it isn't. ‐ Tucson Citizen
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B- 3% Rollerball (2002) What the audience gets is a defiantly brutal movie where the women are as vicious as the men. Pads whack, bones break and blood flows. Which when you think about it is a great way to relieve tension.‐ Tucson Citizen
Read More | Posted May 4, 2018
B No Score Yet Best Man (1998) We get so used to Hollywood's madcap romantic comedies with their screwball setups that we forget the heart of this format is supposed to be true love. "The Best Man" not only remembers, but gives us a sermon on the matter as well.‐ Tucson Citizen
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D 6% Solo (1996) "Solo,' an unimaginative action movie that will do nothing to enhance the reputation of the Van Peebles clan.‐ Tucson Citizen
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D 18% Spawn (1997) After a while all a person can do is mumble "whatever" and sit back, hoping the fascination with digital imagery will do some shape-shifting into a fascination with plot and character.‐ Tucson Citizen
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B 73% Cop Land (1997) The set-up for "Cop Land" is pretty clever, and plays into society's paranoia with the same gleeful ease as "Conspiracy Theory."‐ Tucson Citizen
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D 14% Red Planet (2000) Some days it just doesn't pay to go to Mars. These days it doesn't pay to see a movie about Mars, either. ‐ Tucson Citizen
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17% The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003) If there is to be a sequel, as the ending promises, let's hope they either put the emphasis on dialogue or double the budget for special effects.‐ Tucson Citizen
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C 19% Monkeybone (2001) There is a germ of creativity in the stop-motion animation and live action of Monkeybone. Unfortunately, this germ is not very contagious.‐ Tucson Citizen
Read More | Posted Apr 27, 2018
B+ 63% Saving Grace (2000) Often sly, though sometimes maddeningly silly as only the English can be, this summer cinema escape is filled with good times that never rely on profanity or flatulence.‐ Tucson Citizen
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B 73% The Score (2001) A crime caper of substance.‐ Tucson Citizen
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B 74% The Horse Whisperer (1998) If the thought of being loved to death by a sack full of kittens is appealing, you will enjoy The Horse Whisperer.‐ Tucson Citizen
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B 73% My Dog Skip (2000) Adults, who have known life's joys and sorrows firsthand, will be fighting back tears.‐ Tucson Citizen
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D 12% Hanging Up (2000) This is a comedy?‐ Tucson Citizen
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C- 42% The Ninth Gate (1999) The Ninth Gate is so subtly told and contains such enigmatic metaphors that nobody will understand it until 2013.‐ Tucson Citizen
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B 77% Seabiscuit (2003) This well-crafted movie may gallop away as summer's blockbuster.‐ Tucson Citizen
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B+ 83% Hercules (1997) Disney makes a comeback with its brand-new, bright animated film that's not just for kids.‐ Tucson Citizen
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B+ 71% Operation Condor (Fei ying gai wak) (Armour of God II) (1991) Choreography, stunts carry Condor.‐ Tucson Citizen
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B 66% Anchorman - The Legend Of Ron Burgundy (2004) [A] hilarious satire.‐ Tucson Citizen
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C+ 78% Air Force One (1997) So is Air Force One a great movie? Never. But is it an entertaining summer movie? You bet.‐ Tucson Citizen
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B 56% Mumford (1999) Sex does seem to be at the heart of everyone's troubles in "Mumford," a pleasant comedy from none other than Lawrence Kasden.‐ Tucson Citizen
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D+ 44% Spy Kids 3-D - Game Over (2003) Spy Kids 3-D continues to beat us over the head about loving your family, respecting your family, sticking with your family. The messaging is so relentless you begin to wonder if Rodriguez had an unhappy childhood.‐ Tucson Citizen
Read More | Posted Apr 13, 2018
C 24% Hope Floats (1998) But instead of going for the adolescent froth of "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion" or the airy souffle of "The Wedding Singer," Whitaker and Rogers want to give their universal family drama some substance. Big mistake.‐ Tucson Citizen
Read More | Posted Apr 9, 2018
A 96% Big Night (1996) Primo and Secondo pull out all the stops to get ready for their big night. The meal they prepare is heavenly. But the ending of "Big Night" is the part you will never forget.‐ Tucson Citizen
Read More | Posted Apr 9, 2018
A 98% Todo sobre mi madre (All About My Mother) (1999) Almodóvar creates a strong sense of family bonding across generations.‐ Tucson Citizen
Read More | Posted Apr 9, 2018
C+ 30% Home Alone 3 (1997) The bottom line for parents is that "Home Alone 3" is lively and colorful, good enough to push "Anastasia" out of second place on this year's list of Christmas movies kids will like.‐ Tucson Citizen
Read More | Posted Apr 9, 2018
B 85% Billy Elliot (2000) If you believe it is important to follow your heart and do your own thing, the British film Billy Elliot is your cup of tea.‐ Tucson Citizen
Read More | Posted Apr 9, 2018
A 95% Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005) Luddites everywhere will be flocking to see the first full-length claymation adventure of this eccentric inventor and his loyal dog, Gromit.‐ Tucson Citizen
Read More | Posted Apr 9, 2018