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Eugene Archer

Eugene Archer
Eugene Archer's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): New York Times

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
1.5/5 0% The Art of Love (1965) Nobody demands probability from a farce, but this one keeps its hapless actors so busy explaining what is going on that they have no time to stay for laughs. ‐ New York Times
Posted May 6, 2013
1/5 No Score Yet Bikini Beach (1964) A horrible juvenile comedy in which surfers fight cyclists and convert their elders to the pleasures of the bronzed physique. ‐ New York Times
Posted Apr 2, 2012
4.5/5 92% Before the Revolution (Prima della rivoluzione) (1965) Here is a new talent of outstanding promise. ‐ New York Times
Posted Dec 7, 2007
5/5 96% Mafioso (1964) Alberto Lattuadas incomparable, half-forgotten 1962 crime comedy-travelogue is at once a giddy mixture of farce, satire and opera buffa.‐ New York Times
Posted Oct 21, 2006
2/5 85% Black Sunday (1960) It will leave its audiences yearning for that quiet, sunny little motel in Psycho. ‐ New York Times
Posted May 10, 2005
90% The Fall of the House of Usher (1960) Under the low-budget circumstances, Vincent Price and Myrna Fahey should not be blamed for portraying the decadent Ushers with arch affectation, nor Mark Damon held to account. ‐ New York Times
Posted May 10, 2005
2.5/5 90% The Savage Innocents (1961) His strange, disturbing drama will leave most of its viewers dissatisfied and some outraged, but few will remain indifferent. ‐ New York Times
Posted May 9, 2005
75% The Thin Red Line (1964) Under the sincere but inadequate handling of Mr. Marton, best known for his chariot race in "Ben Hur," Ray Daley and Jack Warden are unable to explore the possibilities of these roles. ‐ New York Times
Posted May 9, 2005
2/5 85% Diary of a Chambermaid (Le journal d'une femme de chambre) (1965) Sadly, the intervening decades seem to have weakened Mr. Bunuel's powers. His new adaptation of Octave Mirbeau's Diary of a Chambermaid suffers in comparison with the strange but memorable version Jean Renoir did with Paulette Goddard in 1946. ‐ New York Times
Posted May 9, 2005
3/5 85% Blast of Silence (1961) Over-eager, unsuccessful, but worth watching. ‐ New York Times
Posted May 9, 2005
5/5 92% The Golden Age (L'Âge d'Or) (1930) Mr. Buñuel and his co-scenarist, none other than Salvador Dali, have packed just about every-surrealist symbol they could think of into this rebellious epic. ‐ New York Times
Posted May 8, 2004
2.5/5 82% Marnie (1964) At once a fascinating study of a sexual relationship and the master's most disappointing film in years. ‐ New York Times
Posted Jan 1, 2000