Jane Ganahl

Jane Ganahl
Jane Ganahl's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): San Francisco Examiner
Publications: San Francisco Examiner

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
40% Wide Awake (1998) A meandering script, written and directed by M. Night Shyamalan, and the candy coating it's wrapped in, undermine its effectiveness. - San Francisco Examiner EDIT
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1/4 72% Romy and Michele's High School Reunion (1997) The movie's charms are frustrated by meandering direction. - San Francisco Examiner EDIT
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3.5/4 92% Hype! (1996) The fascination of Hype! is watching a bandwagon hurtling out of control, fueled not so much by those on board as those pushing it from behind. - San Francisco Examiner EDIT
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1/4 40% She's All That (1999) Once, just once, I'd love to see a teen flick that doesn't send out a message to young girls that to be acceptable, you have to conform. I liked the artist girl much better before. - San Francisco Examiner EDIT
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75% Grease (1978) Somehow now the energy seems infectiously giddier, the songs zingier, the camp higher. - San Francisco Examiner EDIT
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54% The Object of My Affection (1998) Given what this film had going for it, I had high hopes. Unfortunately, all the good parts didn't add up to a great movie. - San Francisco Examiner EDIT
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3/4 76% Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1999) A rockin' good time. - San Francisco Examiner EDIT
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3/4 57% Blast From the Past (1999) Although Fraser's performance is the thing on which Blast From the Past" hangs, there are many other good things to recommend it. - San Francisco Examiner EDIT
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53% Homeward Bound II - Lost in San Francisco (1996) Like the first Homeward Bound, this one has some very nice elements, including wonderful camera work. - San Francisco Examiner EDIT
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87% Swingers (1996) Like a Les Brown tune, a really dry martini and a hug from a good buddy, Swingers makes you feel warm all over, baby. - San Francisco Examiner EDIT
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68% You've Got Mail (1998) At two hours, the froth on the comedy starts to dissolve like foam on a latte left standing all day. - San Francisco Examiner EDIT
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16% 54 (1998) It's a hollow shell of a film, rife with plot twists that go nowhere. - San Francisco Examiner EDIT
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22% Money Train (1995) Pity poor Wesley Snipes and Woody Harrelson: two gifted actors who must have rotten self-esteem. Why else would they choose to be in a turkey like "Money Train"? - San Francisco Examiner EDIT
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