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Clare Pfeiffer Ramsey

Clare Pfeiffer Ramsey
Clare Pfeiffer Ramsey's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Metro Times (Detroit, MI), Orlando Weekly

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
4/5 91%

Million Dollar Baby (2004)

"Yes, Million Dollar Baby is about the grit and glory of boxing. It's about the count, the bell and the gloves in the air, but also about the human heart and all the tenderness and strength it can muster. And in both corners, it's a knockout." ‐Metro Times (Detroit, MI)
Posted Jan 10, 2014

Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang (2005)

"Kilmer and Downey are not making high art here, but, hey, at least they're good for a few chuckles." ‐Metro Times (Detroit, MI)
Posted Dec 4, 2013

Hero (2004)

"Zhang Yimou's Hero is a true martial arts epic -- a spectacle of movement, color and sound that will leave you awe-struck." ‐Metro Times (Detroit, MI)
Posted Aug 5, 2013

March of the Penguins (2005)

"The love story may be tenuous, but the penguins are undeniably sweet and silly, sliding on their bellies, and the impossibly cute chicks offer up plenty of slapstick." ‐Metro Times (Detroit, MI)
Posted Aug 5, 2013

Little Miss Sunshine (2006)

"Sentimental low points and contrived idiosyncrasies aside, Little Miss Sunshine still boasts wonderful performances, a cheeky sense of humor and an original story." ‐Metro Times (Detroit, MI)
Posted Aug 4, 2013

Undiscovered (2005)

"Undiscovered has about as much emotional depth and romantic sensibility as an episode of a Simpson sister MTV reality show." ‐Metro Times (Detroit, MI)
Posted Jun 14, 2013

The Talent Given Us (2004)

"Deftly embraces some of the trademarks of documentary and cinema verité (using handheld cameras and non-actors, and shooting all on location) to effectively blur fact and fiction." ‐Metro Times (Detroit, MI)
Posted Oct 13, 2005
3.5/5 81%

Dear Frankie (2005)

"The movie hinges on whopping coincidence, but the actors all tread carefully with their emotions, giving the film the necessary credibility to make the tender moments honest and smart yet still handkerchief-worthy." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Apr 21, 2005
3/5 56%

Rosenstrasse (2004)

"The movie's disjointed flow makes it hard to watch the story unfold." ‐Orlando Weekly
Posted Dec 9, 2004
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