Jerry Weinstein

Jerry Weinstein

Agrees with the Tomatometer 77% of the time.

Jerry Weinstein's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s):

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

Stone Reader (2003)

"A riveting literary adventure." ‐
Posted Mar 10, 2003
No Score Yet

Behind the Red Door (2003)

"The awkward set-up finally gives way to a portrait of a family of two, who are at last there for one another." ‐
Posted Jan 8, 2003

Antwone Fisher (2002)

"What could have been heartfelt feels contrived and manipulative." ‐
Posted Jan 6, 2003

Live from Baghdad (2002)

"Michael Keaton gives his most taut performance since an uncredited turn in Out of Sight and Helena Bonham-Carter has split the difference between her Merchant Ivory days and her desolate Marla in David Fincher's Fight Club." ‐
Posted Dec 8, 2002

Real Women Have Curves (2002)

"Cardoso has done right in her precise and unsentimental direction of a screenplay based on Josefina Lopez's autobiographical play." ‐
Posted Nov 21, 2002
No Score Yet

The Outsider (2002)

"It is the casting of Naomi Watts as Rebecca Yoder that makes the film a singular affair." ‐
Posted Nov 11, 2002

Solaris (1976)

"With its paucity of special effects, umpteen changes in film stock and deliberate pacing, Solaris upends sci-fi's propensity for making a fetish of technology." ‐
Posted Oct 18, 2002

Das Experiment (The Experiment) (2001)

"Uneven... The pace can be kinetic, even frantic, or as glacial as a Tarkovsky meditation." ‐
Posted Sep 23, 2002

Simone (2002)

"Rather than script a dark send-up of our modern take on narcissism -- a Dr. Strangelove of celebrity, Niccol is tentative, making for an uneven satire." ‐
Posted Aug 23, 2002