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Debra Birnbaum

Debra Birnbaum
Debra Birnbaum's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): New York Post, Variety

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
0.5/4 9% Man of the House (2005) Mindless, vapid fare.‐ New York Post
Posted Feb 28, 2005
3/4 93% Sunset Story (2003) Gabbert expertly delivers a far more powerful message with honesty, humor and palpable respect.‐ New York Post
Posted Feb 25, 2005
1/4 5% Harry and Max (2005) Director Christopher Munch deftly raises disturbing questions, but he fumbles badly when groping for answers.‐ New York Post
Posted Feb 18, 2005
1.5/4 12% Bigger Than the Sky (2005) Nearly two hours of an earnest, predictable comedy about a pathetic schlemiel who hopes to redeem himself by acting in the community theater.‐ New York Post
Posted Feb 18, 2005
2.5/4 84% L' Ora di Religione (Il Sorriso di Mia Madre) (The Religion Hour) (My Mother's Smile) (2002) An edgy drama unwinds with an emotional letdown.‐ New York Post
Posted Feb 11, 2005
2.5/4 94% The Nomi Song (2005) A thorough if predictable Behind the Music episode.‐ New York Post
Posted Feb 4, 2005
1.5/4 76% Assisted Living (2005) Playing jokes on old people isn't funny.‐ New York Post
Posted Feb 2, 2005
2.5/4 53% Om jag vänder mig om (Daybreak) (2003) By the time the sun rises and these tormented parallel lives finally intersect, they've all achieved redemption -- as has the movie.‐ New York Post
Posted Feb 2, 2005
1/4 13% Hide and Seek (2005) It's become almost trite to criticize him for his recent string of dubious movies, but we'll do it anyway, because he's capable of so much better.‐ New York Post
Posted Jan 28, 2005
3.5/4 91% Head-On (2005) Any sense of predictability is extinguished by these two thoroughly engaging actors. Despite their less-than-saintly behavior, you won't be able to take your eyes off either.‐ New York Post
Posted Jan 21, 2005
3/4 96% Watermarks (2005) A moving, poignant tale about triumph in the face of the unthinkable.‐ New York Post
Posted Jan 21, 2005
2/4 64% Coach Carter (2005) The inspirational tale becomes just another by-the-numbers, cliché-ridden sports film.‐ New York Post
Posted Jan 14, 2005
0/4 36% Murder, Set, Pieces (2004) Aspires to be a highly stylized exploration of the mind of a serial killer, but it's nothing more than a gory, bloodsoaked snuff film, reveling in its own shock value as women are stabbed, strangled, raped and mutilated.‐ New York Post
Posted Jan 7, 2005