Gregory Freitas

Gregory Freitas
Gregory Freitas's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Hollywood.com Movieline
Publications: Hollywood.com, Movieline

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
1/5 27% Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004) - Hollywood.com EDIT
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3/5 60% The Terminal (2004) - Hollywood.com EDIT
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2/5 66% We Don't Live Here Anymore (2004) - Hollywood.com EDIT
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2/5 14% Without a Paddle (2004) - Hollywood.com EDIT
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1/5 48% De-Lovely (2004) - Hollywood.com EDIT
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2/5 18% After the Sunset (2004) - Hollywood.com EDIT
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2/5 20% AVP - Alien Vs. Predator (2004) - Hollywood.com EDIT
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2/5 80% The Manchurian Candidate (2004) It is as shocking now as it was forty years ago, but nothing in the 2004 version approaches that level of intensity, intelligence, or audacity. - Hollywood.com EDIT
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2/5 45% National Treasure (2004) - Hollywood.com EDIT
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0/4 18% Soul Plane (2004) - Hollywood.com EDIT
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22% Taking Lives (2004) Taking Lives is bad, Ashley Judd bad, so bad it's mostly an unwatchable mess but also so bad it's almost good. - Movieline EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 27, 2004
65% Spartan (2004) The old Mamet is back. - Movieline EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 27, 2004
56% The Girl Next Door (2004) It is well-acted throughout and the script displays a fair amount of wit, all things considering. - Movieline EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 27, 2004
4/5 83% Mean Girls (2004) Lohan has star power in spades, and enough going on behind the eyes to at least suggest the inner life and back story absent from the script. - Hollywood.com EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 23, 2004
13% Welcome to Mooseport (2004) Not even accidentally amusing, is dumber than a Lyndon Larouche campaign, and features a love story that can only be described as icky. Make that two love stories, and they're both icky. - Movieline EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 8, 2004