Curt Fields

Curt Fields

Agrees with the Tomatometer 93% of the time.

Curt Fields's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Washington Post

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

Pretty Persuasion (2005)

"Populated by characters that are either over-the-top cartoonish or drawn with all the depth of stick figures, there is only one reason to watch this latest entry in the high-school-as-Dante's-ring genre -- Evan Rachel Wood." ‐ Washington Post
Posted Aug 25, 2005

November (2005)

"A detective investigating the shooting comments on some photos that pertain to the case: 'It's a shame. They're almost too arty for their own good.' The same can easily be said about November." ‐ Washington Post
Posted Aug 11, 2005

Stupeur et tremblements (2004)

"A captivating tale of corporate degradation and eventual liberation." ‐ Washington Post
Posted Feb 17, 2005

Zero Day (2003)

"Will chill you to your core." ‐ Washington Post
Posted Oct 24, 2003

Secret Lives: Hidden Children and Their Rescuers During WWII (2001)

"Rewarding viewing." ‐ Washington Post
Posted Oct 10, 2003

Madame Satã (2002)

"Director Karim Ainouz's film draws you in close." ‐ Washington Post
Posted Oct 10, 2003

The Trip (2003)

"This is a trip where you will likely find yourself asking, 'Are we there yet?'" ‐ Washington Post
Posted Jun 1, 2003

Jonah - A VeggieTales Movie (2002)

"I'm not generally a fan of vegetables but this batch is pretty cute." ‐ Washington Post
Posted Oct 17, 2002
4.5/5 92%

Dogtown and Z-Boys (2001)

"Watch this, and the next time you see the X Games or a skateboarding video game commercial, you'll think of the Z-boys and how it all began." ‐ Washington Post
Posted May 3, 2002
3.5/5 93%

Scratch (2002)

"Should appeal to more than just hardcore hip-hop fans." ‐ Washington Post
Posted Apr 26, 2002
2/5 7%

Dragonfly (2002)

"If you're a Costner fan, you'll find Dragonfly mildly diverting, but otherwise you'll come away agreeing with the woman in the audience who said as the lights went up, 'That was so cheesy.'" ‐ Washington Post
Posted Feb 22, 2002
2/5 47%

Fast Food, Fast Women (2001)

"Tries hard to be charming, but succeeds only occasionally." ‐ Washington Post
Posted Jul 6, 2001
4/5 53%

The Fast and the Furious (2001)

"Diesel, Brewster and Rodriguez have undeniable charisma, while Walker is serviceable in his role." ‐ Washington Post
Posted Jun 22, 2001
1.5/5 47%

The Mummy Returns (2001)

"It's like a big-screen version of the WWF's wrestling programs, only with more expensive production values, marginally better acting, more fighting and less blood." ‐ Washington Post
Posted May 3, 2001
1.5/5 57%

The Gift (2000)

"Originality is clearly not a strong point with this script." ‐ Washington Post
Posted Jan 19, 2001