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Dorothy Rabinowitz

Dorothy Rabinowitz
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
79% By Sidney Lumet (2016) [Lumet] had come to understand how some in Hollywood had ended up cooperating with investigators and giving them names. A characteristically blunt assessment of reality-a kind of which this portrait is full, as it is of warmth and wit. ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted Dec 29, 2016
No Score Yet Pearl Harbor - USS Oklahoma - The Final Story (2016) The documentary captures, tellingly, the thinking of the Japanese command, the jubilation of the attackers. ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted Nov 18, 2016
85% Norman Lear: Just Another Version of You (2016) This is a story of a life of enormous fulfillment-eloquently told and openhearted as related by the subject himself, now in his early 90s, who knows, as he reveals, what to value in life. ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted Oct 20, 2016
100% Trapped (2016) The film's most compelling argument emerges from interviews with women who now struggle to find abortion services, largely poor women who've had to travel long distances-trips they could scarcely afford-to find a clinic that was open. ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted Jun 17, 2016
88% Bessie (2015) It takes just the first few raunchy and emotionally searing minutes of "Bessie" to grasp why Queen Latifah-its star and one of its producers-viewed this story of Bessie Smith's life and career as a labor of love, or more precisely, passion. ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted Dec 3, 2015
81% Mitt (2014) Given the filmmaker's unrestricted access to Mitt Romney through both presidential campaigns, Greg Whiteley's Mitt is an unsurprisingly warm portrait. ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted Jan 24, 2014
No Score Yet JFK: The Smoking Gun (2013) [The] film finds its focus in ballistics talk, much of it intriguing, and ballistics tests. Better yet, it manages to maintain a certain suspense ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted Nov 1, 2013
100% Life According To Sam (2013) The story of these efforts, which have produced promising results, is itself remarkable, though nothing in this documentary equals the portrait of the unforgettable son they produced. ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted Oct 18, 2013
80% Glickman (2013) Not many documentaries-not many, certainly, devoted to sports figures-can claim to bring their subjects to life so fully. ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted Aug 23, 2013
90% Scott Turow's Innocent (2011) A rare treat a bit like finding strawberries in a wintry wood. ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted Aug 14, 2013
No Score Yet Ricochet (2011) Ricochet, the second film in the TNT series, is a work of a different order-substantial, atmospheric, a lure to lovers of mystery novels, though one undermined in the end by its predictable plot contortions. ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted Aug 14, 2013
55% Clear History (2013) A wonderfully diverting film with Mr. David at his abrasive best. ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted Aug 12, 2013
92% Our Nixon (2013) This highly personal view of the Nixon years is, for obvious reasons, a sad and wrenching one-a film that is nonetheless filled with spirit, humor and a bountiful sense of irony. ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted Jul 26, 2013
96% The Crash Reel (2013) In its picture of the family constellation lies all of the film's strength, all testimony to its ambition, its capacity to fascinate with a revelation, an unexpected digression from the drama's main focus. ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted Jul 12, 2013
49% Phil Spector (2013) Mr. Pacino's portrait of Spector is stunning in its guile and vitality. ‐ Wall Street Journal
Posted May 22, 2013