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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3.5/5 60% Al Franken: God Spoke (2006) Quote not available.‐ Eye for Film
Read More | Posted Dec 7, 2007
3/5 83% 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 81% Monster (2004) Where the film might have suffered from a lesser performance, a virtually unrecognisable Theron draws pathos from the script.‐ iofilm.co.uk
Read More | 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 95% 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 87% 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
Read More | 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
Read More | 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