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Josh Jackson

Josh Jackson
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
7.9/10 52% Magic in the Moonlight (2014) The result is a delightful if slight tale of romance on the Riviera, an upper-middling entry into the canon of Woody Allen that will disappoint the cynics and charm those who like to let a little hope into their lives. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Jul 31, 2014
87% Kung Fu Panda (2008) When the kids are happy and I get to watch a Jack Black kung fu movie, that's good enough for me. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Nov 22, 2013
8.3/10 78% Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 1 (2010) Sure, there are some rearranging and compressing of scenes and facts, but the two-and-a-half hour runtime for half a book allows screenwriter Steve Kloves and director David Yates the space to faithfully retell a really good story. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Nov 20, 2013
8.9/10 98% Up (2009) What makes Up such a satisfying film is the story of an old man deciding that he still has life left to be lived. And that life is an adventure. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Aug 3, 2013
8.6/10 95% The King's Speech (2010) The relationship between a commoner teacher and regal student provides for enough drama, and the obstacle overcome is both inspiring and unique. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Feb 16, 2013
8.9/10 98% Mud (2013) It's a sweet tale that displays plenty of faith in humanity without ever veering into sappiness and always keeping you on the edge of your seat. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Feb 5, 2013
7.6/10 100% Sound City (2013) It's a sprawling documentary that laments what's been lost in analog recording without ignoring the benefits of technology. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Feb 5, 2013
8.4/10 93% The Gatekeepers (2013) The access boggles the mind, and some of the stories are riveting. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Feb 1, 2013
7.1/10 81% Crystal Fairy (2013) The sparse plot nonetheless provides opportunities for a little self-reflection and some original, dark humor, making the druggy affair a worthwhile trip to the theater. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Jan 25, 2013
8.6/10 84% The Tree of Life (2011) It's as much a meditation as a narrative, asking a tremendous amount of patience from viewers and rewarding that patience with something entirely new. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted May 28, 2011
8.1/10 98% How to Train Your Dragon (2010) The result is fun and thrilling, and plenty of snappy jokes and sight gags will keep audiences of all ages entertained. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Apr 4, 2011
6.8/10 71% Paul (2011) It's not nearly as engaging as the many films it parodies, but it's a charming little tribute. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Mar 26, 2011
8/10 87% Rango (2011) Kids don't always need primary colors and fluffy bunnies and 3-D effects. Sometimes a scrawny, ugly chameleon in the dirty Old West will do. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Mar 5, 2011
5.2/10 43% The Green Hornet (2011) His qualifications for the job seem to be: 1. Having a limitless supply of money. 2. Having a side-kick that does all the work. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Jan 22, 2011
4.3/10 20% Gulliver's Travels (2010) One giant mess. ‐ Paste Magazine
Posted Dec 23, 2010