John C. Mosher

John C. Mosher
John C. Mosher's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): New Yorker
Publications: New Yorker

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
No Score Yet The Black Cat (1941) Quickly the film shows itself to be the usual kind of thing about an old house with secret passages, sliding panels, disappearing figures, reaching hands, and the like. - New Yorker EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 5, 2018
No Score Yet The Flame of New Orleans (1941) With every picture now, Marlene Dietrich grows more and more a comic. I mean it in the most delightful and flattering sense, for the lady is very droll indeed, and charming also, in The Flame of New Orleans. - New Yorker EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 5, 2018
100% Citizen Kane (1941) It is a triumph of the film, and proof of its solid value and of the sense of its director and all concerned, that a human touch is not lost. Sympathy for the preposterous Mr. Kane survives. Indeed, there is something about him which seems admirable. - New Yorker EDIT
Read More | Posted Sep 5, 2018
100% The Philadelphia Story (1940) The film is a Hepburn triumph, and moviegoers who resent the theatre's habit of requisitioning their stars may feel that Miss Hepburn's time on the stage has not been spent in vain and that she simply prepared herself for this achievement. - New Yorker EDIT
Read More | Posted Dec 16, 2013
98% It Happened One Night (1934) The picture is pretty much nonsense and quite dreary, except for natural touches of the habits of the travellers. - New Yorker EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 22, 2010