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F.L. Carr

F.L. Carr
F.L. Carr's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): PopMatters

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
15% The Affair of the Necklace (2001) Valois has the potential to be a great character -- a woman who refuses to stay in her socially prescribed feminine role, but Swank instead highlights her passive characteristics and domestic longings.‐ PopMatters
Read More | Posted Dec 28, 2001
79% Shanghai Noon (2000) It makes the most of Chan's talents, a martial artist who infuses all of his films with charm and good humor.‐ PopMatters
Read More | Posted Oct 29, 2001
57% From Hell (2001) It is far more complex and sophisticated than a hack-for-the-fun-of-it kind of film.‐ PopMatters
Read More | Posted Oct 29, 2001
55% Blow (2001) Demme's movie brilliantly captures the exhilaration of George's life.‐ PopMatters
Read More | Posted Apr 6, 2001
81% The House of Mirth (2000) With so few films focusing on complex and intriguing female characters and with the visually compelling story that Davies creates, The House of Mirth is a qualified success.‐ PopMatters
Read More | Posted Jan 4, 2001
45% Holy Smoke (2000) The film doesn't make it easy to read his or her recovery, or whether salvation is even possible in this world.‐ PopMatters
Read More | Posted Jan 1, 2000
83% The Legend of Drunken Master (Jui kuen II) (Drunken Fist II) (1994) Though his antics are comic as ever, what makes this film stand out are the thrilling and frankly beautiful fight sequences.‐ PopMatters
Read More | Posted Jan 1, 2000
20% The Crew (2000) The comedy is consistent throughout the movie, and it is often very funny.‐ PopMatters
Read More | Posted Jan 1, 2000
49% Bedazzled (2000) Its laughs are frequent and soulless.‐ PopMatters
Read More | Posted Jan 1, 2000
10% I Dreamed of Africa (2000) Don't Europeans ever get tired of swooping down to Africa to exploit its peoples and natural resources? Apparently not.‐ PopMatters
Read More | Posted Jan 1, 2000