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Emma Cochrane

Emma Cochrane
Emma Cochrane's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Empire Magazine

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/5 32% Grease 2 (1982) Definitely of the so-bad-it's-almost-good genre, this kinda stands the test of time in a camp way, mainly because of the charm of Pfeiffer and Carrington. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Aug 15, 2015
3/5 77% White Christmas (1954) Great songs, gentle humour and a dose of syrup which is not to everyone's tastes, but worth buying to keep that Christmas spirit going until next year. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Dec 4, 2012
4/5 74% Three Men and a Baby (3 Men and a Baby) (1987) Still charming and watchable. The three leads show their comedy potential. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted May 23, 2011
3/5 94% Lassie Come Home (1943) This was understandably inspiring to wartime audiences and actually still holds up as a heartwarming story with a very decent cast. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Mar 23, 2011
2/5 58% The Sandlot (1993) For every Field of Dreams there are a dozen lesser, completely incomprehensible baseball movies. This is one of them. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Mar 21, 2011
5/5 93% Beauty and the Beast (1991) With its strong characters and lively storytelling, animated or not, this deserves its place alongside the cinema greats. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Nov 3, 2010
3/5 91% You Can't Take It With You (1938) Its stage origins might be all too obvious, but the excellent ensemble cast makes it an enjoyable breeze, and the in-laws meeting scene is farce comedy at its best. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Feb 20, 2008
4/5 100% Mary Poppins (1964) One of Disney's greats. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Nov 17, 2007
3/5 35% Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1992) Enjoyable, but now basically a footnote to the TV series. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Oct 15, 2007
2/5 50% Kate & Leopold (2001) Despite a promising premise, Jackman's Golden Globe-nominated performance remains the only tangible reason to see this movie. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Dec 30, 2006
4/5 89% In America (2003) Lovingly shot, with a remarkable debut from Sarah Bolger, who along with sister Emma, gives one of the greatest ever child performances. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Dec 30, 2006
4/5 86% Lovely & Amazing (2002) Who'd have thought spending 90 minutes with a bunch of neurotic women could be such fun? An intelligent, unassuming drama that's never less than enjoyable. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Dec 30, 2006
2/5 56% High School Musical (2006) As a marketing phenomenon, this has exceeded all expectations for a TV movie. However as cinema... maybe you just really need to be a teen to get it. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Dec 30, 2006
4/5 95% Monsoon Wedding (2002) An optimistic and luscious film. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Dec 30, 2006
4/5 83% The Bourne Identity (2002) For once, a sequel would be welcome. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Dec 30, 2006
2/5 79% Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005) It's a slight affair, but the cute Heffalump and some cartoon slapstick are endearing enough to its target audience. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Apr 1, 2006
2/5 35% Must Love Dogs (2005) If only the whole script had been as sharp as some of Cusack's caustic one-liners, then this might have appealed to more than just the Chardonnay brigade. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Sep 16, 2005
5/5 90% Rain Man (1988) Hoffman and Cruise give signature performances in this thoughtful, and hugely enjoyable, classic. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Aug 11, 2004
3/5 100% Meet Me In St. Louis (1944) Judy Garland's most famous role and her best performance make for entertaining viewing. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted May 19, 2004
1/5 12% Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights (2002) It's about time that all the Christmas movies out there were balanced with a decent Hannukah movie. Sadly, this isn't it. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Nov 30, 2003
4/5 No Score Yet House! (2000) Quote not available. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Nov 13, 2001
2/5 40% Whatever Happened to Harold Smith? (2001) This may still sound intriguing, but it's badly executed. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jun 5, 2001
3/5 55% Nora (2001) There isn't really anything likeable to commend it. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Mar 23, 2001
4/5 88% Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961) It's with good reason that 40 years after appearing as Holly Golightly, Audrey Hepburn ... is still a poster icon for those aspiring to the kind of classy romance that doesn't seem to exist anymore. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Feb 27, 2001
8% Valentine (2001) It's strictly a recycling of the endless Halloween and Friday the 13th teen slasher syndrome. ‐ Tribune-Review of Western Pennsylvania
Posted Feb 7, 2001
55% Malena (2000) Like all of the best movies, it sends us away with the sense we were there, in another time and another place, participating somehow in an experience that was to become our own. ‐ Tribune-Review of Western Pennsylvania
Posted Feb 7, 2001
10% Head over Heels (2001) It's calculated to appeal at a level of prurient juvenilia. ‐ Tribune-Review of Western Pennsylvania
Posted Feb 7, 2001
4/5 98% 101 Dalmatians (1961) Dog-lovers, in particular, will go ga-ga for this, but this remarkably fresh and funny period tale (set in England, fact fans) has all the ebullience and lovability of its titular characters. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000
4/5 98% Strangers on a Train (1951) The power of the story - adapted from the novel by Patricia Highsmith - lies in its simplicity, and Hitchcock's piles on the sinister layers as only he can. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000
4/5 81% A Few Good Men (1992) That rarest of things: a top-level Hollywood court-room drama with the smarts to match its slick style. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000
2/5 82% Love and Basketball (2000) Falls far short of the challenging film it aspires to be. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000
3/5 85% Viva Las Vegas (1964) Elvis not only rocks the city of lights but also showed he could act. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000
96% The Straight Story (1999) So settle back for one of the most unusual road trips ever committed to celluloid. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000
5/5 93% A Fish Called Wanda (1988) Mixing acerbic Pythonesque humour with a sweet rom-com touch and wonderful comic performances, this may be the finest hour for any former Python. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000
3/5 81% Happy, Texas (1999) Uneven in places but with a few choice hilarious moments, it is well worth the rental. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000
2/5 48% The Road to El Dorado (2000) Instead of improving on the Disney animation experience, El Dorado proves to be inferior in every way. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000
4/5 87% Girlfight (2000) Much credit has to go to Rodriguez, Kusama's surly but charismatic lead. ‐ Empire Magazine
Posted Jan 1, 2000