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John Terauds

John Terauds
John Terauds's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Toronto Star

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
4/4 94% Wagner's Dream (2012) A two-hour documentary that has as many hair-raising, stomach-churning moments as a ride on Wonderland's new Leviathan. ‐ Toronto Star
Posted May 3, 2012
3/4 68% The Magic Flute (2006) In the end, love triumphs. In this movie, the music triumphs, proving again that a true masterpiece can survive all kinds of meddling. ‐ Toronto Star
Posted Mar 20, 2009
1/4 17% Battle of the Brave (2004) History is long, life is short. It's certainly too short for the sort of overblown, melodramatic, pseudo-epic filmmaking Quebec's Jean Beaudin tried to foist on Francophone audiences two years ago. ‐ Toronto Star
Posted Oct 21, 2005
3.5/4 72% Separate Lies (2005) Less than an hour-and-a-half long, this compelling tale of trust, honesty and what it means to do the right thing probes gently, yet cuts deep. ‐ Toronto Star
Posted Sep 30, 2005
3/4 88% The Syrian Bride (2005) It all comes together in a potent cinematic mix, one that lends a deep humanity to a part of the world in dire need of greater understanding. ‐ Toronto Star
Posted Aug 5, 2005
2.5/4 78% Exils (2004) Through facial expression, gesture and deed, Gatlif manages to coax such a deep humanity out of his characters' situations that dialogue becomes superfluous. ‐ Toronto Star
Posted Jul 15, 2005
1.5/4 95% The Best of Youth (La meglio giovent├╣) (2003) Despite many charming elements, this movie is not an example of good storytelling. ‐ Toronto Star
Posted May 13, 2005
2.5/4 85% A Tale of Two Sisters (2003) The gorgeous slow-moving cinematography by Lee Mogae is remarkable. ‐ Toronto Star
Posted Jan 28, 2005
3/5 79% Stoked: The Rise and Fall of Gator (2003) Thoroughly compelling documentary. ‐ Toronto Star
Posted Aug 20, 2004
1/5 No Score Yet An abject failure. ‐ Toronto Star
Posted Aug 7, 2004
2/5 66% Lan Yu (2002) In the end, we are left with something like two ships passing in the night rather than any insights into gay love, Chinese society or the price one pays for being dishonest. ‐ Toronto Star
Posted Aug 16, 2002