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Clark Collis

Clark Collis
Clark Collis's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s):, Empire Magazine, Entertainment Weekly

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
B 43% Race to Witch Mountain (2009) The planet-hopping children have special talents -- telekinesis, telepathy etc. -- although it is the high-wattage lovability of Mr. Rock that's the real superpower on display here. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Mar 18, 2009
B 25% Friday the 13th (2009) This film is (be)head and shoulders above the recently reanimated likes of Prom Night and My Bloody Valentine. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Feb 13, 2009
C+ 29% Underworld: The Rise of the Lycans (2009) Sheen and Nighy do their best with the material, but this is easily the worst Underworld so far. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jan 26, 2009
C+ 57% My Bloody Valentine 3-D (2009) What really leaps out at you about My Bloody Valentine 3-D is its lack of imagination. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jan 21, 2009
B- 10% The Unborn (2009) Goyer has penned many scripts superior to this one, but he does make sure you're never far away from a big 'Boo!' ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jan 14, 2009
C+ 19% Dark Streets (2008) The flimsy plot -- less a whodunit than an isn't-it-screamingly-obvious-that-that-guy-done-it! -- will have thriller fans singing the blues. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Dec 10, 2008
C+ 27% Punisher: War Zone (2008) On the plus side, Punisher: War Zone has one of the all-time great 
 B-movie last lines: 'Oh, God, now I've got brains splattered all over me!' ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Dec 3, 2008
B+ 58% Quarantine (2008) Quarantine director John Erick Dowdle and co-writing brother Drew wisely stick close to the told-from-the-cameraman's point-of-view template of the terrific original. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Oct 10, 2008
A- 54% The Foot Fist Way (2006) The Foot Fist Way is not short on broad physical humor. But Simmons is a brilliantly detailed grotesque capable of withstanding comparison to his most obvious inspiration, Ricky Gervais' Office boss David Brent. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted May 30, 2008
B 50% Then She Found Me (2007) Hunt's performance is terrific and far more nuanced than her Oscar-winning turn in As Good as It Gets. As an actress, she helps make her director look very good indeed. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Apr 24, 2008
D 8% Prom Night (2008) There's no need to wear a corsage to Prom Night. And leaving your higher brain functions at home might be a good idea, too. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Apr 17, 2008
B- 59% Bra Boys (2008) An often fascinating but awkward mix. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Apr 16, 2008
3/5 77% Bad Lieutenant (1992) Keitel is onscreen for pretty much the entire movie and clearly relishes the opportunity of playing someone not so much teetering on the abyss as leaping off with a grand piano manacled to each ankle. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Apr 9, 2008
C- 7% Shutter (2008) Will the next terror-minded remake involve a possessed telegraph machine or a grudge-minded ox and cart? Neither option could be any lamer than the shock-free Shutter. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Mar 26, 2008
B- 22% Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins (2008) If you thought National Lampoon's Vacation films were at least okay, then Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins is a decent enough way to spend two hours. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Feb 6, 2008
C+ 2% Meet the Spartans (2008) The result in Meet the Spartans is less classic Mel Brooks than middling Best Week Ever. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jan 30, 2008
B- 16% Untraceable (2008) Lane skillfully sells the tech-heavy script. But after a much-too-early reveal of the murderer's identity, the 'low battery' signal starts to flash on this film by thriller specialist Gregory Hoblit. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jan 24, 2008
B+ 67% Chronicle of an Escape (2008) Blessed with great performances; director Israel Adrián Caetano lets events speak -- and plead and weep -- for themselves. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Nov 28, 2007
B 78% Desert Bayou (2007) The lengthy and often heartbreaking interview sequences in the second half ultimately reveal a story that is, metaphorically at least, a tad less black-and-white. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Oct 3, 2007
3/5 57% Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970) This big-budget, noble-but-dull account of the run up to Pearl Harbour is high on historical veracity but low on drama. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Dec 30, 2006
4/5 97% Bullitt (1968) Stlick, stylish and ineffably cool, this was perhaps McQueen's defining role. Also mention goes to the uncreditied star of the film; San Francisco. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jul 6, 2005
4/5 51% Any Given Sunday (1999) Despite the film's multifarious faults, which also include a truly rotten cameo from Stone himself as a sports commentator, there can be no argument that this is one of the most visually exciting experiences you will have this year... ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted May 3, 2001
4/5 35% The Man Who Cried (2000) An achingly beautiful and quite touching movie. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Apr 20, 2001
2/5 80% The Green Mile (1999) There is no doubt that the director has mistaken size for quality with bum-numbing consequences. ‐
Posted Apr 17, 2001
27% Love, Honour and Obey (2001) The entire shebang rapidly deteriorates into a series of gags about flatulence and Viagra. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Feb 8, 2001
3/5 64% Rollerball (1975) So the script's a little laboured, but for shere exuberance and adrenaline pumping you don't get better than this unless you're at a rave. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000
3/5 36% Scream 3 (2000) Still satisfying comedic shlock horror, but the premise is starting to wear a bit thin as the trilogy draws to a close. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000
4/5 75% Caddyshack (1980) It's not big and it's not clever, but it's very, very funny. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000
5/5 92% Face/Off (1997) Face/Off proved not only too be a massive hit but also demonstrated that there was plenty of room in the Hollywood action movie for more than a little bit of Eastern promise. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000
4/5 83% The Hurricane (1999) Rubin Carter can't be the saint Jewison would have us believe, but only the very ungenerous will find grounds for complaint. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000