Jim Carnes

Jim Carnes

Agrees with the Tomatometer 80% of the time.

Jim Carnes's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Sacramento Bee

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/4 78%

Grand Canyon Adventure: River at Risk (2008)

"As entertainment, it can be heart-poundingly exciting. As education, it has some merit. But as a movie, Grand Canyon Adventure: River at Risk 3D is kind of a mess." ‐ Sacramento Bee
Posted Mar 21, 2008
3.5/4 91%

Deep Sea 3D (2006)

"Deep Sea 3D really is a marvel of filmmaking." ‐ Sacramento Bee
Posted Mar 3, 2006
2.5/4 71%

Sharks 3D (2005)

"It manages to convey little real information or inspire action." ‐ Sacramento Bee
Posted May 20, 2005
2.5/4 56%

Fighter Pilot: Operation Red Flag (2004)

"It's curiously uninvolving for any viewer who is not already into military flight or video games." ‐ Sacramento Bee
Posted Mar 11, 2005
3/4 89%

National Geographic: Forces of Nature (2004)

"This 50-minute tour of three of nature's great disasters will leave you shaken. Sometimes literally." ‐ Sacramento Bee
Posted Feb 11, 2005
3/4 84%

Aliens of the Deep (2005)

"An adventure that -- right up until the end -- is a magnificent journey of scientific discovery and exploration." ‐ Sacramento Bee
Posted Jan 28, 2005
3/4 90%

Roar: Lions of the Kalahari (2007)

"At once informative and entertaining." ‐ Sacramento Bee
Posted May 19, 2004
3.5/4 45%

The Young Black Stallion (2003)

"It's a full, flat 50 minutes -- long enough to get the job done, and fast and short enough that the kids won't get antsy. And luckily for us adults, it's well-crafted and keeps us interested, too." ‐ Sacramento Bee
Posted Dec 25, 2003
3.5/4 82%

Bugs! (Bugs! 3D) (Bugs! A Rainforest Adventure) (2003)

"A thoroughly entertaining and informative feature." ‐ Sacramento Bee
Posted May 23, 2003
3/4 No Score Yet

S.O.S. Planet (2002)

"It's short enough to keep younger students from getting restless. And it's visually and intellectually stimulating enough to keep adults from falling asleep." ‐ Sacramento Bee
Posted Feb 19, 2003