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J. C. Farrow

J. C. Farrow
J. C. Farrow's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Citysearch

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/5 13%

The Haunted Mansion (2003)

"Swirling apparitions, a wonderful Southern gothic atmosphere and a thwarted love story make this a fine companion piece to the Walt Disney theme-park attraction." ‐Citysearch
Posted Nov 25, 2003
7/10 57%

Looney Tunes: Back in Action (2003)

"Loaded with clever set pieces." ‐Citysearch
Posted Nov 13, 2003
7/10 58%

Casa de los Babys (2003)

"Topical director John Sayles thoughtfully illustrates two sides of the burgeoning foreign baby trade in this documentary-style film." ‐Citysearch
Posted Sep 18, 2003
6/10 8%

My Boss's Daughter (2003)

"Doesn't make a lick of sense." ‐Citysearch
Posted Aug 28, 2003
6/10 14%

Uptown Girls (2003)

"It'll take more than a spoonful of sugar to make this medicine go down." ‐Citysearch
Posted Aug 14, 2003
8/10 88%

Freaky Friday (2003)

"Although the role reversal genre has been done to death, snaps to Freaky Friday for unearthing plenty of fresh laughs." ‐Citysearch
Posted Aug 6, 2003
7/10 77%

Seabiscuit (2003)

"It's a fine tale, but if they had just let Seabiscuit run unchecked, it could have been a great one." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jul 24, 2003
3/10 28%

How to Deal (2003)

"Any melodrama that introduces both teen pregnancy and a 17-year-old's funeral within the first act would seem to have nowhere to go but up, yet this joyless exercise just wallows in empty navel-gazing." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jul 17, 2003
8/10 73%

Together (He ni zai yi qi) (2003)

"This tale of art vs. commerce is easily the most embraceable -- yet heartwrenching -- of the films made by the Oscar-nominated director of Farewell, My Concubine." ‐Citysearch
Posted Jun 13, 2003
8/10 81%

Better Luck Tomorrow (2002)

"Like Go meets Boyz N the Hood, this good-teen- gone-bad thriller crackles with wicked authenticity." ‐Citysearch
Posted Apr 10, 2003
8/10 35%

What a Girl Wants (2003)

"Jolly good fun." ‐Citysearch
Posted Apr 3, 2003
4/10 91%

Stevie (2003)

"The resulting two-hour-plus journey feels like an agonizing guilt trip." ‐Citysearch
Posted Mar 27, 2003
8/10 39%

Agent Cody Banks (2003)

"The stars of TV's Malcolm in the Middle and Lizzie McGuire make a dashing pair of big-screen leads in this junior Austin Powers fantasy." ‐Citysearch
Posted Mar 13, 2003
6/10 68%

Laurel Canyon (2003)

"The chemistry between McDormand, Ian and goody-two-shoes Alex is soggy rather than sexy." ‐Citysearch
Posted Mar 6, 2003
6/10 19%

The Life of David Gale (2003)

"As the mystery unravels, the movie builds to such a ludicrous crescendo, you'll wish Keyser Soze did it." ‐Citysearch
Posted Feb 20, 2003
8/10 40%

Maid in Manhattan (2002)

"Natasha Richardson has a droll turn as a blowsy socialite competing for Fiennes' attention, but Fiennes himself is inexplicably frosty. Yet it hardly matters -- there's already enough pixie dust to make this glass-slipper fantasy fly." ‐Citysearch
Posted Dec 13, 2002
5/10 12%

Adam Sandler's Eight Crazy Nights (2002)

"Potty-mouthed enough for PG-13, yet not as hilariously raunchy as South Park, this strangely schizo cartoon seems suited neither to kids or adults." ‐Citysearch
Posted Nov 26, 2002
7/10 92%

Talk to Her (2002)

"Wise and darkly witty, Talk to Her is often humorous, but not always comforting." ‐Citysearch
Posted Nov 21, 2002
8/10 55%

The Santa Clause 2 (2002)

"Any holiday movie that pokes fun at Charlie Sheen rebounding to the naughty list ('I thought he cleaned up his act!' Allen exclaims) deserves a little yuletide cheer." ‐Citysearch
Posted Oct 31, 2002
4/10 38%

Sweet Home Alabama (2002)

"Watching this romantic comedy is like biting into a much-anticipated homemade pie ... and finding a fingernail." ‐Citysearch
Posted Sep 26, 2002
7/10 41%

The Four Feathers (2002)

"Although the story dates back to A.E.W. Mason's 1865 novel, Kapur does a stellar job of adapting it to reflect current events." ‐Citysearch
Posted Sep 20, 2002
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