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Jonathan Taylor

Jonathan Taylor
Jonathan Taylor's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Variety, Citysearch

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
15% Assassins (1995) A not-much-fun high-tech actioner. ‐ Variety
Posted Mar 26, 2009
2/4 71% The Lady and the Duke (2001) Some stunning visuals -- and some staggeringly boring cinema. ‐ Citysearch
Posted May 10, 2002
3/4 73% Frailty (2002) You won't look at religious fanatics -- or backyard sheds -- the same way again. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Apr 12, 2002
3/4 77% Changing Lanes (2002) A compelling story featuring warring heroes who earn our respect while trying our patience. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Apr 11, 2002
3/4 48% Big Trouble (2002) The plentiful laughs are obvious and broad, yet they mostly play. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Apr 5, 2002
3/4 83% The Rookie (2002) Most will be drawn in by Quaid's determined strength, Aussie Rachel Griffiths' feisty Texas gal and director John Lee Hancock's confident handling of an unapologetically touching story. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Mar 29, 2002
3/4 42% Death to Smoochy (2002) Completely nasty and consistently hilarious, Smoochy is wild, wicked fun. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Mar 28, 2002
2/4 23% John Q (2002) The extremely complex issue of health-care inequality gets reduced to a tale of vigilantism and manipulative heart tugging. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Feb 15, 2002
1/4 3% Rollerball (2002) Laughably, irredeemably awful. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Feb 8, 2002
1/4 52% The Mothman Prophecies (2002) More silly than scary. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Jan 25, 2002
1/4 34% I Am Sam (2001) Aims for feel-good uplift, but ends up cloying, contrived and condescending. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Dec 28, 2001
4/4 75% A Beautiful Mind (2001) Crowe proves he's the pre-eminent actor of the moment, discarding his gladiatorial macho to inhabit the gawky, tormented Nash with harrowing conviction. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Dec 26, 2001
67% Ali (2001) The Champ deserves better. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Dec 25, 2001
3/4 80% The Royal Tenenbaums (2002) Consistently quirky and original filmmaker Wes Anderson (Rushmore) delivers his most accessible film yet. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Dec 14, 2001
79% Iris (2001) The sketchy story is frustratingly short on details about what made Murdoch so important. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Dec 14, 2001
57% Sidewalks of New York (2001) Neither as funny nor as truthful about the pitfalls of relationships as it thinks it is. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Nov 21, 2001
96% Monsters, Inc. (2001) Although lacking some of the inspired magic of the Toy Story movies, Monsters boasts a crafty balance of witty humor and delicious villainy. ‐ Citysearch
Posted Nov 1, 2001