Gary Dauphin Movie Reviews & Previews - Rotten Tomatoes

Gary Dauphin

Gary Dauphin
Gary Dauphin's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Village Voice

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
20% Next Friday (2000) Isn't quite the picture its predecessor was.‐ Village Voice
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33% The 13th Warrior (1999) Actually a well-marbled, albeit derivative, slab of action-movie man meat.‐ Village Voice
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36% In Too Deep (1999) Empty at the core but superficially diverting.‐ Village Voice
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22% The General's Daughter (1999) Pretty absurd, not the least for the way Travolta seems to be channeling a bizarro Bill Clinton throughout.‐ Village Voice
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12% Soldier (1998) With a cheerful disregard for characterization and visual texture, Anderson relies on his cgi-jocks and set dressers to flesh out David Webb Peoples's by-the-numbers script.‐ Village Voice
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53% The Faculty (1998) Since the codes of science fiction are different from horror's cant, the patented Williamson method doesn't make a perfect fit with the material; Faculty's fun, but less fun than it could be.‐ Village Voice
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12% Holy Man (1998) Not even Eddie can save this ill-conceived mess of a movie.‐ Village Voice
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20% Jack Frost (1998) A very minor parable on paying attention to family while you can, Frost offers a wide range of passing diversions, from snowboarding derring-do to a minimally annoying computerized title character to lots of tender snowman-son bonding moments.‐ Village Voice
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58% Blast From the Past (1999) About the time Adam and Eve get down to re-creating their own personal Eden, Blast loses its way, settling for the standard coupling two-step.‐ Village Voice
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83% American History X (1998) Having reduced racism to a kind of adolescent coping mechanism, X takes a mildly curious path to its foregone conclusion, writer-director Tony Kaye putting his leads through the somehow comforting 'hood-film paces.‐ Village Voice
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55% Star Trek: Insurrection (1998) Doesn't exactly boldly go where no one has gone before.‐ Village Voice
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85% Open Your Eyes (Abre los Ojos) (1999) Amenabar may drop the ball with a surprise happy ending, but the real shock is that when Cesar finally opens his eyes, you feel he's earned it.‐ Village Voice
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60% Mystery Men (1999) Sharp, imaginative.‐ Village Voice
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81% South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut (1999) Certain, probably arrested, personalities (like mine) just find this kind of sh*t pretty funny and any attempt to talk your way around that is, as Cartman would say, blowing bubbles out your *ss.‐ Village Voice
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88% Fantastic Planet (1973) It's not every fancifully encoded cautionary tale that can survive the demise of its historical villains, and it's not every stoner midnight movie that can stand a second viewing in the sober light of day.‐ Village Voice
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86% The Original Kings of Comedy (2000) As there can only be one king, the crown goes to Bernie Mac, a goggle-eyed marvel of old-school Chicago weirdness.‐ Village Voice
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90% October Sky (1999) A professionally crafted family film that reserves all its challenging moments for its characters, letting the audience bask comfortably in the approach of a predetermined warm and fuzzy ending.‐ Village Voice
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83% Free Enterprise (1999) A reference-laden but emotionally thin relationship comedy.‐ Village Voice
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