Craig J. Clark Movie Reviews & Previews - Rotten Tomatoes

Craig J. Clark

Craig J. Clark
Craig J. Clark's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): The Dissolve

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/5 50% Meet Me In Montenegro (2015) Holdridge and Saasen should get credit for making sure the obstacles to their happiness aren't romance-movie contrivances, but rather the sorts of things that happen to people while they're busy making other plans.‐ The Dissolve
Read More | Posted Jul 9, 2015
4/5 79% Dog Soldiers (2002) Dog Soldiers remains Marshall's most potent distillation of taut action, unrelenting horror, and gallows humor.‐ The Dissolve
Read More | Posted Jul 6, 2015
2.5/5 No Score Yet Les tribulations d'un Chinois en Chine (Up to His Ears) (2013) The breakneck pace becomes wearying, though, as the action rarely pauses long enough for the characters or the audience to catch their breath. ‐ The Dissolve
Read More | Posted Jul 1, 2015
3.5/5 90% That Man from Rio (1964) It's a picturesque adventure filled with a logic-bending plot and death-defying stunts.‐ The Dissolve
Read More | Posted Jul 1, 2015
2.5/5 36% Desperate Hours (1990) It's an overblown remake of William Wyler's 1955 film The Desperate Hours.‐ The Dissolve
Read More | Posted Jun 17, 2015
3/5 90% The Pope of Greenwich Village (1984) The Pope Of Greenwich Village benefits immensely from Rosenberg's decision to film on location in Little Italy, which gives every scene a lived-in feel. ‐ The Dissolve
Read More | Posted Jun 17, 2015
3.5/5 55% Jamaica Inn (1939) It could have come across as strictly a work-for-hire gig, but it displays enough Hitchcockery to show he wasn't as disengaged from the material as he would later claim he was.‐ The Dissolve
Read More | Posted May 18, 2015
4/5 82% Cooley High (1975) There's a specificity to screenwriter Eric Monte's memories of growing up on the Near North Side in the early 1960s that transcends mere imitation.‐ The Dissolve
Read More | Posted Apr 27, 2015
1/5 22% Broken Horses (2015) Broken Horses lays on the heavy-handed symbolism so thick that every action is freighted with significance that the flimsy cardboard cutouts populating it can't support.‐ The Dissolve
Read More | Posted Apr 9, 2015
1.5/5 No Score Yet The Beat Generation (1959) What hurts The Beat Generation more than anything else is Charles Haas' failure to maintain a consistent directorial tone. ‐ The Dissolve
Read More | Posted Apr 6, 2015
4/5 40% What Did You Do in the War, Daddy? (1966) It's a well-honed farce that gave Edwards and his cast a solid framework in which to improvise, which they did to superlative effect. ‐ The Dissolve
Read More | Posted Apr 6, 2015
2/5 No Score Yet White Commanche (1968) White Comanche is a would-be cult item, albeit one with a weak pulse, since the Shatner character who gets the most screen time, isn't endowed with much personality. ‐ The Dissolve
Read More | Posted Mar 4, 2015