Jeff Giles

Jeff Giles

Agrees with the Tomatometer 83% of the time.

Jeff Giles's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Newsweek

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

Gigli (2003)

"After the schadenfreudian thrill of watching beautiful people humiliate themselves wears off, it has the same annihilating effect on your will to live." ‐ Newsweek
Posted Jun 17, 2014

X-Men (2000)

"X-Men, it must be said, has only a few truly thrilling moments. This is not a picture that tries to blow you out of your seat. But more than any other big movie this summer, it has a consistently inventive vision." ‐ Newsweek
Posted Jul 6, 2010

BASEketball (1998)

"Jenny McCarthy and Ernest Borgnine -- together at last." ‐ Newsweek
Posted Mar 25, 2008

In the Company of Men (1997)

"LaBute, a playwright and former drama teacher, has succeeded in creating a study of banal, everyday evil." ‐ Newsweek
Posted Feb 11, 2008

The Blair Witch Project (1999)

"Heather's shaky video work can induce motion sickness -- it looks like combat footage as she bolts through the woods -- but just try turning away." ‐ Newsweek
Posted Sep 24, 2007

V for Vendetta (2006)

"...a lackluster comic-book movie that thinks terrorist is a synonym for revolutionary." ‐ Newsweek
Posted Mar 13, 2006

The Incredibles (2004)

"A funny and, at times, ingenious movie." ‐ Newsweek
Posted Nov 3, 2004

Sleepy Hollow (1999)

"Bold, exciting and full of visions." ‐ Newsweek
Posted Dec 31, 1999

What Lies Beneath (2000)

"Entertains in a way we are used to being entertained." ‐ Newsweek
Posted Dec 31, 1999

Frequency (2000)

"A touching thriller." ‐ Newsweek
Posted Dec 31, 1999

A Bug's Life (1998)

"The giddiest, most inventive family movie of the year!" ‐ Newsweek
Posted Dec 31, 1999

U-571 (2000)

"Come on in. The water's fine." ‐ Newsweek
Posted Dec 31, 1999