Agrees with the Tomatometer 77% of the time.

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Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3.5/5 60%

Al Franken: God Spoke (2006)

Quote not available.Eye for Film
Posted Dec 6, 2007
3/5 84%

Mean Girls (2004)

"This film isn't in the same league as Freaky Friday, but for young teens, the light heartedness of a thoroughly identifiable story will be enough to tickle their fancy." ‐ iofilm.co.uk
Posted Jun 21, 2004
4/5 82%

Monster (2004)

"Where the film might have suffered from a lesser performance, a virtually unrecognisable Theron draws pathos from the script." ‐ iofilm.co.uk
Posted Jan 24, 2004
2/5 36%

Scary Movie 3 (2003)

"The plot is ludicrous, haphazardly fusing titbits from each film into something silly and indefinable." ‐ iofilm.co.uk
Posted Jan 23, 2004
3/5 94%

Blind Shaft (2003)

"The story leaves no doubt about its stance upon individual gain at the expense of others, brazenly slapping unregulated capitalism hard across the face." ‐ iofilm.co.uk
Posted Jan 20, 2004
4/5 88%

Freaky Friday (2003)

"Lightweight in nature, but funny, brilliantly scripted and subtly moulded, Mark Waters's remake of the 1976 original... crosses the timeline wonderfully well." ‐ iofilm.co.uk
Posted Dec 22, 2003
4.5/5 53%

The Rage in Placid Lake (2004)

"A cracking script feeds great delivery and, in the end, the feelgood factor is pleasingly high." ‐ iofilm.co.uk
Posted Sep 10, 2003
3.5/5 94%

American Splendor (2003)

"Combining real life footage and interviews with Harvey Pekar, his wife and other characters portrayed, it's clear Paul Giamatti has done justice to the real man." ‐ iofilm.co.uk
Posted Aug 27, 2003
2.5/5 73%

Fellini: I'm a Born Liar (2003)

"Without a hint of professional editing, or citation, the whole shibang leaves Pettigrew guilty of answers even more ambiguous than those of his subject." ‐ iofilm.co.uk
Posted Oct 24, 2002