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Kyle Anderson

Kyle Anderson
Kyle Anderson's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Entertainment Weekly

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
C+ 24% Victor Frankenstein (2015) Only Radcliffe escapes unscathed, lending Igor a convincing psychology despite the ham-fistedness of the material. But he's not enough of a reason to resurrect this story again. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Nov 25, 2015
D+ 16% The Last Witch Hunter (2015) The only thing The Last Witch Hunter will successfully eradicate is insomnia. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Oct 22, 2015
B- 19% The Perfect Guy (2015) The Perfect Guy escalates quite nicely, leading to a satisfyingly white-knuckled finale. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Sep 11, 2015
B- 15% The Transporter Refueled (2015) It's hard to deny the hedonistic joy in the way Delamarre plays with his various toys, and the goofball stunts ... are generally worth wandering through the dialogue desert. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Sep 3, 2015
C+ 8% Hitman: Agent 47 (2015) The movie is profoundly dumb. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Aug 19, 2015
C- 13% Sinister 2 (2015) Sinister 2 doesn't know what it wants to be, and doesn't add up to much. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Aug 19, 2015
B+ 72% I Am Chris Farley (2015) SNL characters like Matt Foley will live forever, but Farley should be granted just as much credit for gamely carrying bad films on his broad shoulders. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jul 30, 2015
B 100% Two Step (2015) Hébert's terrifyingly electric performance keeps the heat turned up enough to make the bloody climax feel like relief. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jul 30, 2015
C 16% The Gallows (2015) This is another found-footage movie that, with a little art direction and some actual cinematography, could easily have been a decent little terrorizer. Instead, it comes mostly unglued thanks to its hacky gimmick. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jul 9, 2015
C+ 80% Balls Out (2015) There's some chuckleworthy meta-commentary about the absurdity of sports movies, but Balls Out feels more like a long sketch than a feature. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jun 18, 2015
C+ 58% Insidious: Chapter 3 (2015) Insidious Chapter 3 is the worst kind of sequel: Not terrible, but also cartoonishly unnecessary. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jun 4, 2015
B- 60% Run All Night (2015) An admirable cat-and-mouse tale that puts forth a lot of clichés and executes them with B-movie intensity. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Mar 13, 2015
C 32% Chappie (2015) Chappie himself is lovingly and realistically rendered, though his personality shifts so often and so fast that it's hard to know how we should feel about him. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Mar 5, 2015
C- 13% Seventh Son (2015) Once the plot dominoes are arranged in an overlong series of setups, Seventh Son ends up being a movie about walking, interrupted occasionally by a battle against a mythological monster. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Feb 5, 2015
C+ 84% Predestination (2015) Predestination's pace is too slack, and the brothers are so painfully tentative as storytellers that the easily guessed big twist gets three separate reveals. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jan 13, 2015
B- 11% Taken 3 (2015) It's the weakest of the trilogy, but Taken 3 kicks just hard enough to survive another day. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jan 9, 2015
A- 91% Frank (2014) With the soulful Gleeson and a sweetly menacing Fassbender (under a giant helmet-head) at its center, the movie never loses its acerbic edge or its oversize heart. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jan 6, 2015
C- 21% The Woman in Black 2 Angel of Death (2015) The Woman may be back for another fright, but Angel of Death doesn't haunt like it should. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jan 2, 2015
C 88% Revenge of the Mekons (2014) Not even the buoyant, self-deprecating spirit that spills from the band members can mask the fact that Angio never makes the most fundamental case: why there should be a Mekons movie in the first place. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Nov 5, 2014
B 36% Before I Go to Sleep (2014) Kidman and Firth are both excellent in their sadness and savagery, and Joffe builds tension far better than most of the horror movies available at your local Cineplex this Halloween weekend. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Oct 31, 2014
C- 7% Ouija (2014) Best left on the shelf. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Oct 24, 2014
C 23% Dracula Untold (2014) It works neither as a sweeping historical epic nor as an action-horror hybrid. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Oct 8, 2014
B+ 100% Nas: Time Is Illmatic (2014) As both an origin story about a great artist and a distillation of '80s urban blight, it's as breathless and real as any street-corner rhyme. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Oct 3, 2014
F 29% Annabelle (2014) For a superior experience, go buy a disturbing-looking doll that says ''Don't go see Annabelle'' when you pull its string. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Oct 2, 2014
C 25% As Above, So Below (2014) Like other movies of its ilk, it's missing a very simple bit of next-level Hollywood technology: a tripod. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Aug 29, 2014
B- 43% Step Up: All In (2014) The dancing is the star of any of these movies, and Sie knows when to get out of the way and let it do the heavy lifting. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Aug 8, 2014
C+ 22% Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) Too-brief thrills only shine a harsher light on the film's laborious pacing and cringeworthy one-liners spilling from the maws of the ninja teens. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Aug 7, 2014
C 58% Finding Fela! (2014) The abundance of his funky, inspirational music included in the film becomes numbing -- an unfortunate result for such a complicated, passionate pop figure. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Aug 4, 2014
C 53% The Fluffy Movie (2014) Like much of Iglesias' material, the movie almost gets in your face before flashing a friendly smile and forgettably floating away. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jul 25, 2014
D+ 28% Deliver Us from Evil (2014) Deliver devolves into a predictable, overlong waiting game. What's worse, it wants to convince you that it's a thoughtful meditation on faith ... ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jul 1, 2014
D+ 14% Piranha 3DD (2012) The first half of the film merely treads water in anticipation for the eventual bloodbath, and once the teeth start gnawing, it's just one laborious machination after another to get to the end of the movie, which stops without much of a resolution. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jun 2, 2012