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Kevin M. Williams

Kevin M. Williams
Kevin M. Williams's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Chicago Tribune

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/4 83% Rock the Bells (2007) A flat-out stunner that combines a celebration of hip-hop culture with a disaster film. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Jun 28, 2007
3/4 82% Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos (2006) You don't need to be a soccer fan to, like Cosmos fans, fall for this captivating tale, told in Rashomon-like style. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Jul 13, 2006
1/4 31% The Longest Yard (2005) Where the original was a serious film with funny moments, this movie isn't sure if it's a drama or comedy, too incompetently rendered to be both. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted May 26, 2005
2/4 60% Dust to Glory (2005) Too many stories touched upon, none in sufficient depth to really galvanize. So you wind up with a 90-minute Baja 1000 commercial, set to music and cliches. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Apr 9, 2005
3/4 44% The Jacket (2005) What sounds formulaic is elevated by strong performances -- particularly from Brody -- interesting plot revelations and an approach that forces you to look into your soul, one of the scariest places for many of us. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Mar 3, 2005
2/4 47% Everybody Says I'm Fine! (2001) Could have been much more than just fine had the director taken more risks. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Mar 11, 2004
2/4 78% Tupac: Resurrection (2003) A kiss-up rather than a real examination of the rapper's life. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Nov 13, 2003
2/4 78% Bubba Ho-Tep (2003) Coscarelli ... can't quite conjure a complete movie out the concept and stretches the material until its humorous conceits repeat ad nauseum. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Oct 16, 2003
4/4 92% Millennium Actress (Sennen joyû) (2001) It's animated, but it's human and will touch the soul of anyone who has loved deeply. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Sep 11, 2003
2/4 41% Wrong Turn (2003) The sole saving grace of Wrong Turn is its honesty. You get exactly what you expect -- blood, guts and people being taken to the killing floor. But just because it's honest doesn't make it good. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Jun 2, 2003
1/4 14% The Young Unknown (2000) There is nothing to redeem this movie, and no real reason to see it. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Apr 17, 2003
2/4 80% Ghosts of the Abyss (2003) A trip to the bottom of the sea that has no real purpose save to flog the wreck of the Titanic, Cameron's cash cow. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Apr 10, 2003
3/4 64% Willard (2003) A twisted gem in its own right.‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Mar 13, 2003
1/4 23% Biker Boyz (2003) Cinematic idiocy served up by the troughful.‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Jan 30, 2003
2/4 26% Friday After Next (2002) Hews to the Sequel Curve (first one good, the rest increasingly mediocre). ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Nov 21, 2002
3/4 74% The Debut (2000) A delightful coming-of-age film that becomes universal by way of its subject matter. ‐ Chicago Tribune
Posted Mar 21, 2002