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Emily Bobrow

Emily Bobrow
Emily Bobrow's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film Journal International, Village Voice

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
32% The Closer You Get (2000) A harmlessly amusing comedy about the pursuit of love in a tiny Irish community. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Mar 1, 2007
92% New Waterford Girl (2000) The film manages to remain engaging, because even if most of the film is about Mooney just being moody, it certainly looks good on her. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Sep 9, 2002
100% The Decline of Western Civilization - Part III (1998) Undoubtedly Spheeris' most penetrating film to date. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Mar 27, 2001
86% State and Main (2000) Puts limp noodles like Bowfinger to shame. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Dec 6, 2000
90% Aimée & Jaguar (2000) We are lucky that, at 80 years of age, Wust decided to share her experiences -- they are pretty incredible to behold. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
56% Groove (2000) Basically, the party itself is actually pretty fun. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
No Score Yet 30 Days (2000) Sentimental and easy, this film barely digs beneath the shellacked surface of a half-hour of 'Friends.' ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
92% Such a Long Journey (2000) To watch the film is to feel somewhat cheated. Unfortunately, it is clear we are viewing the cut-and-pasted pieces of a larger and presumably more moving whole. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
89% Kadosh (2000) A poignantly disturbing look at the social contradictions inherent in a lifestyle bound by religious duty. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
80% The Tao of Steve (2000) Will woo you into shedding your romantic-comedy fatigue. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
50% Luminous Motion (2000) Dripping with excess, the neurotic implications are not new, just overwrought. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000
73% The Five Senses (2000) It is refreshing to come across a film that does not wallow obsessively in the human tragedies of its own making. ‐ Film Journal International
Posted Jan 1, 2000