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Leslie Katz

Leslie Katz
Leslie Katz's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): culturevulture.net, San Francisco Examiner

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/4 94% Hunter Gatherer (2016) Andre Royo is remarkable as Ashley Douglas, the film's optimistic and opportunistic protagonist. ‐ San Francisco Examiner
Posted Dec 30, 2016
3/4 92% Grandma (2015) This is an entertaining, affecting movie about mothers, daughters, lovers, and the choices we make and how they shape us and others. ‐ San Francisco Examiner
Posted Aug 28, 2015
3/4 94% Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel (2012) Vreeland's attention to detail, her love of new and exciting images, her devotion to and ability to identify, that ethereal thing called style, come across loudly and clearly. ‐ San Francisco Examiner
Posted Oct 5, 2012
79% Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith (2005) An engaging sense of closure to a tale that has captivated more than one generation, and one that has made cinematic history ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted May 17, 2005
91% Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) Cuarón brings a greater sensibility to his topic than did his predecessor Chris Columbus in the two previous Harry Potter movies. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Jun 3, 2004
28% The Prince & Me (2004) Utterly predictable...utterly charming ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Apr 1, 2004
17% The Perfect Score (2004) Watching it is certainly less engaging than actually taking the SAT. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Jan 29, 2004
25% Along Came Polly (2004) Doesn't represent cinema at its height, but it will evoke more than a chuckle or two. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Jan 15, 2004
98% The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara (2003) More than a 106-minute interview...'The Fog of War' also works as a civics and history lesson ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Dec 20, 2003
61% Stuck on You (2003) Stuck on You wondrously takes the high road and still elicits real laughs. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Dec 11, 2003
89% In America (2003) The girls' playfulness, their inquisitiveness about new friends and surroundings, and their youthful hope and innocence give the movie its fundamental, irresistible appeal ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Nov 25, 2003
13% The Haunted Mansion (2003) Makes things look good and whips up a heck of a chase scene [but] misses the emotional foundation, the single essential element of any movie ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Nov 25, 2003
97% Autumn Spring (2003) A fun movie about and for old people...also happens to be a movie that young people won't be able to resist ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Nov 21, 2003
85% Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003) Successfully mixes action, adventure and history with characters that are succinctly, competently developed. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Nov 13, 2003
84% Pieces of April (2003) We're left feeling those quirky, confused, often unbearably loaded feelings we often get around our families, and the power of the most important one: unconditional love. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Oct 16, 2003
51% Dopamine (2003) Decena's intelligent, thoughtful script...is buttressed by the intricate details that make what could be a superficial story into a real human affair. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Oct 9, 2003
92% School of Rock (2003) [Black's} charm is difficult to resist ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Oct 2, 2003
58% Casa de los Babys (2003) Compelling, if not entirely satisfying ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Sep 29, 2003
95% Lost In Translation (2003) The details, which flow like a simple string of pearls, are what make the movie endearing from start to finish. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Sep 11, 2003
81% Thirteen (2003) Compellingly sheds light on a terrifying world ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Aug 20, 2003
94% American Splendor (2003) Follows [Pekar's] journey with originality, humor and humanity ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Aug 17, 2003
63% Camp (2003) Count 'Camp' as the rarity it is: a modern movie that's funny and sweet. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Aug 7, 2003
No Score Yet Sammy and Me (2002) Samy y Yo wins with its delightful details...[It's] like a big, friendly kiss. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Jul 25, 2003
73% Buffalo Soldiers (2001) A vivid contemporary American tale that hasn't been told before ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Jul 24, 2003
31% Kedma (2003) The film's "message"...is treated with such a heavy hand, that it'd almost be manipulative - if it weren't ultimately boring. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Jul 22, 2003
No Score Yet The Settlers (2003) [The settlers'] combination of strident religious conviction and obliviousness to social and political intricacies is chilling. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Jul 20, 2003
38% Legally Blonde 2 - Red, White & Blonde (2003) Not only dull and unfunny, it's appalling, and darned near offensive in its vapidity. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Jul 1, 2003
No Score Yet The Chubbchubbs! (2002) The film's lackluster story and older than dirt gags -- it makes The Flintstones look like Shakespeare! -- keep it from reaching the outer limits of enjoyment. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Jun 9, 2003
34% The In-Laws (2003) A tepid mix of lame jokes and run-of-the-mill action sequences ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted May 22, 2003
96% Winged Migration (2003) Mesmerizing and meditative ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted May 7, 2003
62% Identity (2003) In playfully paying homage to thrillers (both good and bad) of days gone by...the filmmakers have created something familiar, yet fresh. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Apr 29, 2003
70% Confidence (2003) 'Confidence' isn't as terrible as it is dull. There's nothing offensive, because there's simply not much there. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Apr 24, 2003
87% Lilja 4-ever (2003) Moodysson has created a rare work of art -- one with an intensity that evokes physical as well as emotional pain, and overwhelming compassion, too. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Apr 23, 2003
43% Anger Management (2003) With this lineup of actors ... they should have conjured up fiery explosions of sidesplitting comic anger management rather than this tepid taste of implausible assertiveness training. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Apr 11, 2003
63% Unknown Pleasures (2003) Despite the fact that there's little dramatic arc, little dialogue and little joy in the lives of its characters, Unknown Pleasures is riveting. ‐ culturevulture.net
Posted Apr 7, 2003
3/4 94% Hell House (2002) Despite what anyone believes about the goal of its makers, the show ... represents a spectacular piece of theater, and there's no denying the talent of the creative forces behind it.‐ San Francisco Examiner
Posted Nov 19, 2002
92% Funny Girl (1968) Go see it already!‐ San Francisco Examiner
Posted Sep 4, 2001
45% The Curse of the Jade Scorpion (2001) It's a good act for the actor-director, who expands on the kvetchy character central to so many of his movies.‐ San Francisco Examiner
Posted Aug 24, 2001
54% Everybody's Famous! (2001) These themes have been handled with more depth on I Love Lucy and The Brady Bunch.‐ San Francisco Examiner
Posted Aug 2, 2001