Lisa Johnson

Lisa Johnson

Agrees with the Tomatometer 66% of the time.

Lisa Johnson's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s):

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

Young@Heart (2007)

"The best film I've seen so far this year and easily one of my favorite documentaries ever." ‐
Posted Mar 28, 2008

Across the Universe (2007)

"A wildly creative magical mystery tour of a film that's dying to take you away, dying to take you away, take you away." ‐
Posted Sep 14, 2007

September Dawn (2007)

"For all its cinematic weaknesses, I left the theatre weeping. "Now you know how I feel when I see holocaust films," my Jewish husband told me gently as he wiped away my tears." ‐
Posted Aug 24, 2007

No Reservations (2007)

"I found myself wanting to shout at the screen, 'Would you please just hurry up and have sex with your new sous chef so we can skip to dessert and go home?!'" ‐
Posted Jul 30, 2007

A Mighty Heart (2007)

"Why not cast a Thandie Newton, a Kerry Washington, even a Halle Berry in the lead, unless one actress happens to be sleeping with the producer?" ‐
Posted Jun 22, 2007

Brand Upon the Brain! (2006)

"With about a zillion quick cuts per minute, the film itself is like nothing you've ever seen." ‐
Posted Jun 12, 2007

Bug (2006)

"That's the essence of the best horror films. They cause you to wonder: Is it all in your head? Is it really just in the movies? And could this actually happen in real life?" ‐
Posted May 25, 2007

Fay Grim (2007)

"I envisioned Hartley coaching his actors, "You're showing too much emotion! I want you to sound more as if you're reading those lines!"" ‐
Posted May 18, 2007

Georgia Rule (2007)

"Lohan stalks around in short low-cut outfits and tries to seduce everything with a penis, from a missionary to her boss to her stepfather. Sound like fun for the whole family?" ‐
Posted May 11, 2007

The Wind That Shakes the Barley (2007)

"The film's star refused to comment on the similarities between Ireland and Iraq when he spoke to journalists, but we couldn't help talking amongst ourselves." ‐
Posted Mar 16, 2007

Babel (2006)

"Iñárritu not only tries to pull the heart strings with children weeping; there's also the completely gratuitous side story about Asian teens in short skirts sans panties." ‐
Posted Dec 8, 2006

Confetti (2006)

"This uproarious film put my friend Donna and I in such a jovial mood that afterwards, we ran over to Tiffany's in Beverly Hills." ‐
Posted Sep 15, 2006