Lisa Ann Cockrel Movie Reviews & Previews - Rotten Tomatoes

Lisa Ann Cockrel

Lisa Ann Cockrel
Lisa Ann Cockrel's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Christianity Today

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/4 87% Brokeback Mountain (2005) Though presented as a story of thwarted love -- of ache and longing and regrets -- it's ultimately a story about the relationships that shape us -- for better and for worse.‐ Christianity Today
Posted Sep 22, 2006
2.5/4 45% The Last Kiss (2006) I think the movie would have done well to balance the romantic angst with at least one couple that was cheerfully together and had a healthy relationship over a long run.‐ Christianity Today
Read More | Posted Sep 15, 2006
1.5/4 44% Connie and Carla (2004) The movie does offer some genuine guffaws as it trips over itself to be all things to all people.‐ Christianity Today
Posted Sep 11, 2006
2.5/4 13% Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen (2004) Only the 13-and-under set will buy into the Confessions vision of teen-hood. Most actual teens have already noted the lack of opportunities for air-guitar montages.‐ Christianity Today
Posted Sep 11, 2006
2.5/4 27% Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason (2004) Frankly, I feel like a lot of the intangible 'heart' of the first movie is replaced here with an ongoing conversation about sex.‐ Christianity Today
Posted Sep 8, 2006
2.5/4 76% Assisted Living (2005) There is a certain meditative grace to the cinematography here, but after a while, well, I was just plain bored.‐ Christianity Today
Posted Sep 1, 2006
0/4 10% Annapolis (2006) It's difficult to find anything to praise about Annapolis.‐ Christianity Today
Posted Sep 1, 2006
3/4 50% America's Heart and Soul (2004) Forget reality television. This is reality and it's all about people who don't need a head shot to validate their existence.‐ Christianity Today
Posted Sep 1, 2006
3/4 91% Little Miss Sunshine (2006) There is a zany ethos to Little Miss Sunshine that, despite its most clichéd moments, stokes a lovely poignancy in this look at family life and the capacity for hope in the face of absurdity and calamity. ‐ Christianity Today
Read More | Posted Aug 25, 2006