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Clifford Terry

Clifford Terry
Clifford Terry's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Chicago Tribune

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/4 96% Daughters of the Dust (1991) An absorbing, spirited film that merits considerable respect. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Dec 1, 2016
1/4 38% Pure Country (1992) Pure twaddle. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted May 18, 2016
3.5/4 97% The Crying Game (1992) Its components are built upon deception and forgiveness, misconnections and misunderstandings, sexual jealousy and moral ambivalence, trust and loyalty, desperation and loneliness. It is also, not incidentally, a crackling good movie. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Mar 9, 2015
3/4 85% Bugsy (1991) Insouciant and flashy, co-producer Beatty is at his best when evoking the narcissistic, show-business side of Siegel. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Oct 29, 2014
3.5/4 81% Let Him Have It (1991) As the protagonist/victim, Eccleston gives a superb, riveting performance in his feature-film debut, as does Reynolds, another newcomer who deftly handles the role of the gun-crazy and trigger-happy Chris. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Oct 28, 2014
4/4 100% Incident at Oglala (1992) A fascinating, comprehensive and disturbing film-fortified by Maryse Alberti`s striking photography of the ruggedly beautiful land-that is both exhaustive and exhausting. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Sep 6, 2014
3.5/4 96% The Fugitive (1993) Working from a tight script by Jeb Stuart and David Twohy, director Andrew Davis has fashioned a crackling, intelligent thriller. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Aug 19, 2014
2.5/4 31% Necessary Roughness (1991) An amiable comedy. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Jan 24, 2014
3.5/4 89% Delicatessen (1992) All of this is handled in a breezy, off-handed, nutsy manner, as the superb cast combines to help bring it off. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Nov 21, 2013
2/4 83% Thelma & Louise (1991) Whereas the material begs for the off-stride touch of a Jonathan Demme, it is sabotaged by Scott, who seems to have little affinity for whimsy. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Jul 30, 2013
3/4 95% In the Line of Fire (1993) Petersen directs his film in a straightforward, workmanlike fashion-few surprises here -- and, curiously, for most of the film is better at establishing a kind of amiability than a hard tension. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Jul 30, 2013
2/4 96% What's Love Got To Do With It? (1993) Brian Gibson, who directed the script by Kate Lanier, seems to have trouble taking charge of his material as he skips through the years. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Jul 29, 2013
1/4 7% The Next Karate Kid (1994) Only the reasonably-appealing performances of Morita and newcomer Swank keep it all from becoming even more of a loser. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted May 22, 2013
1/4 8% Milk Money (1994) An embarrassing, preposterous mess. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted May 22, 2013