Harriette Underhill

Harriette Underhill
Harriette Underhill's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): New York Tribune
Publications: New York Tribune

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
No Score Yet Back to God's Country (1919) The picture gives Miss Shipman emotional opportunities and her work is impressive. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 12, 2019
86% Stella Maris (1918) If any there be who think that Mary Pickford is not. a great actress let him go to see Stella Maris and be convinced. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 11, 2019
86% Beyond the Rocks (1922) No one seemed to take the picture very seriously excepting the hero and heroine, and we are not sure that they did. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 8, 2019
67% Sherlock Holmes (1922) Sherlock Holmes is interesting as a picture chiefly because of the cast and the exteriors. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 8, 2019
No Score Yet Das Weib des Pharao (The Loves of Pharaoh) (2011) It is a picture that appeals solely to the eye and never to the heart. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 8, 2019
92% Orphans of the Storm (1921) As yet we cannot write nor think calmly of it. Beautiful picture follows beautiful picture, thrill follows thrill so fast. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 8, 2019
92% Foolish Wives (1922) The picture seems to us to be without a flaw. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 8, 2019
No Score Yet A Doll's House (1922) The screen should amuse, entertain or thrill and also please the eye. A Doll's House does none of these things. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 8, 2019
No Score Yet Dangerous Curve Ahead (1921) The titles are a delight, the picture is beautifully directed and the cast leaves nothing to be desired. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 7, 2019
No Score Yet Great Impersonation (1921) It is an intricate though fascinating story of political intrigue as well as domestic complications, and James Kirkwood as the English lord and the German spy, himself gives a great impersonation. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 7, 2019
80% The Miracle Man (1919) As we left the theatre we wanted to cry "George Loane Tucker is great! Hugo Reisenfeld is great! 'The Miracle Man' is great!" - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 7, 2019
No Score Yet Wonderful Thing (1921) If it had not boon tor the delightful personality and the art of Miss Talmadge we think The Wonderful Thing would have been a very dull thing. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 7, 2019
No Score Yet Perjury (1921) [It's] a most ingenious attempt to crowd into six reels every form of human baseness, and jealousy, anger, cowardice, gossiping, treachery, robbery, money lust, sex |lust, murder or hypocrisy might with equal justice have been assigned the title role. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 7, 2019
No Score Yet Hell Diggers (1921) A distinct disappointment. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 7, 2019
No Score Yet Disraeli (1921) Henry Kolker has done a great piece of work in the direction and the star, Mr. Arliss, possesses more magnetism than most of the handsome heroes of the screen combined. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 7, 2019
No Score Yet What Do Men Want? (1921) Miss Weber has put the picture on with her usual veracity. She never has any "big moments" in her pictures, and her people act just as they do in real life. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 7, 2019
No Score Yet Tol'able David (1921) We left the theater last night vowing it was the best picture of the year (not the new year either). - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 7, 2019
89% The Sheik (1921) The Sheik is the sort of story which will make every woman who is married to a kind and indulgent husband go home from the theater and feel her heart riled with a great pity for him because he is so prosy, and a greater pity for herself. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
No Score Yet One Arabian Night (1920) This new picture which Ernest Lubitsch has sent us has everything in it which makes the German films such joyous things. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
No Score Yet The Idle Class (1921) The Idle Class is quite different from anything Chaplin has done, and we like it better than anything, excepting Shoulder Arms and The Kid. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
100% The Three Musketeers (1921) The Three Musketeers is a thrilling, gripping, unadulterated success. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
No Score Yet At the End of the World (1921) Betty Compton endowed it with a very handsome heroine in Cherry and a wardrobe which is in itself a snare. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
No Score Yet The Conquering Power (1921) We sat spellbound while the story was unfolded on the screen, charmed by the youthful appeal, vivacity and cleverness of Rudolph Valentino. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
No Score Yet Through the Back Door (1921) It is so silly and so cheap that we found it difficult to place the blame where it belonged and not pas'i on our resentment to Mary Pickford, the star. We are. quite sure, however, that when Mary did it she must have sighed resignedly. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
No Score Yet Now Or Never (1921) Lloyd is one of the finest comedians on the screen. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
No Score Yet Gypsy Blood (1921) Never have we seen such realism on the screen and Pola Negri is a powerful actress, who is fascinating, beautiful in a way that has character for its foundation, and intelligent. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
No Score Yet Peck's Bad Boy (1921) We cannot enjoy characters in a play unless they have a counterpart in real life and surely no five-year-old boy ever was like this one. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
No Score Yet The Sky Pilot (1921) The photography is beautiful and there is one scene where the hero prevents the heroine from being trampled to death by thousands of wild steers which is perfectly thrilling. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
50% The Saphead (1920) Saphead is much too mild an epithet. William H. Crane is co-starred with Buster Keaton, but both will undoubtedly be able to live it down. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
100% The Kid (1921) The Kid is a vastly entertaining picture, but there are some things in it which, we believe, were better left unsaid. Why is it that Chaplin, who is really an idealist, always has touches of vulgarity in his pictures? - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
No Score Yet Outside the Law (1920) Those who like crook melodrama with scenes in Chinatown ave certainly going to like Outside the Law, for it is much bigger than anything of the kind we have seen. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
No Score Yet The Love Light (1921) The Love Light is a fascinating story beautifully produced and marvelously well acted. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
No Score Yet The Last of the Mohicans (1920) If we had read the book, perhaps we should not have enjoyed the picture much as we did, for it is a perfectly thrilling picture. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Nov 6, 2019
No Score Yet My Wife's Relations (1922) Slapstick comedies are not the least bit amusing to us. We used to hope that we should reform, but now we're sure we never shall. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet The Impossible Mrs. Bellew (1922) The picture is just another one of those things which people who never think anything because they have nothing to think about and nothing to think with are going to like. It ought to make a lot of money. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet The Man Who Saw Tomorrow (1922) It never seems to have the courage of its convictions, but jumps all over the place and when it is finished you feel as though you bad been looking at an old fashioned crazy quilt. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet Village Blacksmith (1922) The picture did not impress us in the least. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet To Have and to Hold (1922) George Fitzmaurice has done fine things with the direction and he also has selected a splendid cast. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet One Exciting Night (1922) One Exciting Night is exciting, but just what else it is is difficult to say. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet Town That Forgot God (1922) The picture which leads up to this flood is quite unworthy of such a stupendous climax; in fact, it is nil, but whatever you may think of it you will feel amply repaid when the deluge comes along. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet Brothers Under the Skin (1922) In spite of this lack of novelty the picture started off well enough because the director put in a lot of little incidents which were human and amusing. But it soon ran away from him completely. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet A Tailor Made Man (1922) Mr. Ray has not lost one atom of that pathetic charm which won for him the hearts of all theatergoers a few seasons ago, and he plays John Paul Bart with all of the naive whimsicality which belongs to that character. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet Clarence (1922) In spite of that and May McAvoy's presence, too, the picture is not to be compared with the play, or perhaps it would be better to say that we were disappointed in it. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet Hungry Hearts (1922) Rather engrossing. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet Singed Wings (1922) All of [the actors] work with an ardor worthy of a better cause. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet East Is West (1922) While we do not think that East Is West is a good picture, we do think Constance is a good actress. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet What Fools Men Are (1922) It proves to be not nearly as foolish as one might expect. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet The Pride of Palomar (1922) Either the director made the last scenes in the picture first, when everybody concerned was fresh, or else he made them last and genius displayed therein Was the result of enthusiasm for an irksome task finished. They were by far the part of the picture. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet A Blind Bargain (1922) A Blind Bargain is an interesting name, and so is the theme, but the picture is filled with nothing but promises. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019
No Score Yet The Beautiful and Damned (1922) Not having read The Beautiful and Damned... we shall have to judge it merely on its own merits, and, all in it isn't such a bad picture -- surprisingly good, in fact. - New York Tribune EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 12, 2019