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Julia Wallace

Julia Wallace
Julia Wallace's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): L.A. Weekly, Village Voice

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
80% I Have Never Forgotten You: The Life And Legacy Of Simon Wiesenthal (2007) Celebrity narration (by Nicole Kidman) and deft filmmaking necessarily take a backseat here to the anger, grief, and incongruous good humor of the man himself. ‐ Village Voice
Posted May 23, 2007
12% The Salon (2007) Writer-director Mark Brown, he of the Barbershop franchise, has an inexplicable fondness for close-ups that cut off the tops of the actors' heads -- unfortunate in a movie about hair. ‐ L.A. Weekly
Posted May 10, 2007
12% The Salon (2007) Writer-director Mark Brown, he of the Barbershop franchise, also has an inexplicable fondness for close-ups that cut off the tops of the actors' heads -- unfortunate in a movie about hair. ‐ Village Voice
Posted May 8, 2007
72% Tekkon kinkurîto (Tekkonkinkreet) (2007) Too cute and too rambling. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Apr 24, 2007
75% Alice Neel (2007) Neel is a compelling subject, but she's more alive in one of her paintings than in all of the voluminous video footage her grandson thrusts upon us. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Apr 17, 2007
75% Ping Pong (2002) The film projects a sense of loopy joy that comes from being young and playing the only game that matters. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Apr 3, 2007
69% Blades of Glory (2007) Blades does capture the obvious eccentricities of the skating world, and is funny up to a point, but by now Ferrell & Co. have the formula for a mild comedy down pat. What they need is a little soul. ‐ L.A. Weekly
Posted Mar 29, 2007
95% U-Carmen (2005) This was basically the best idea ever. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Mar 28, 2007
90% Blessed by Fire (Iluminados por el fuego) (2007) Tristán Bauer's new war movie has an even more bitterly ironic title in Spanish: Iluminados por El Fuego or Enlightened by Fire. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Mar 21, 2007
83% A Journey of Dmitry Shostakovich (2006) The impressionistic parade of footage [the filmmakers] present is a fascinating spectacle in its own right. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Mar 13, 2007
No Score Yet Urchin (2007) At its substantial worst, with wooden acting and a plot so impenetrable it verges on the parodic, it's unwatchable. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Feb 27, 2007