Luanne Brown

Luanne Brown

Agrees with the Tomatometer 71% of the time.

Luanne Brown's reviews (from any publication) always count toward the Tomatometer because this critic is a Tomatometer-approved critic.

Movie Reviews Only

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

The Prince & Me (2004)

"Coolidge wisely works within the confines of the romantic comedy genre and delivers a quality experience." ‐
Posted Apr 19, 2004

Connie and Carla (2004)

"I went into the theater tired and dragging and emerged singing a show tune and smiling. I hope you'll have the same reaction." ‐
Posted Apr 18, 2004

Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003)

"It's just plain insulting to the whole art of creativity to work backwards from a theme park ride to a movie." ‐
Posted Aug 27, 2003

What a Girl Wants (2003)

"The script...takes full advantage of the emotional connection that girls (no matter what their age) have (or would like to have) with their fathers." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Apr 3, 2003

Daredevil (2003)

"If you're willing to forgive a few not so minor faults for the sake of some sizzle, you'll have a fairly good time." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Feb 15, 2003

About Schmidt (2002)

"Writer/director Alexander Payne (Election)and his co-writer Jim Taylor brilliantly employ their quirky and fearless ability to look American angst in the eye and end up laughing." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Jan 26, 2003

The Hours (2002)

" there a deeper, more direct connection between these women, one that spans time and reveals meaning? You bet there is and it's what makes this rather convoluted journey worth taking." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Jan 24, 2003

Die Another Day (2002)

"Brosnan is more feral in this film than I've seen him before and Halle Berry does her best to keep up with him." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Nov 27, 2002

The Ring (2002)

"There is a whole lot of fuss about nothing in this film and enough red herrings for a pod of Orcas to feast on for a week." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Oct 19, 2002

The Tuxedo (2002)

"...after you see just exactly where 'clear mountain water' comes from, you may take up orange juice." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Sep 25, 2002

The Banger Sisters (2002)

"Hawn lets it all hang out in this film and I have to admire her guts. Sarandon is equally bold and daring in her portrayal of a woman who has lost her way in a closet full of beige suits." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Sep 20, 2002

The Four Feathers (2002)

"Shekhar Kapur ("Elizabeth") directs this version beautifully and fulfills the implied promise for a grand adventure." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Sep 20, 2002

Simone (2002)

"Director Andrew Niccol...demonstrates a wry understanding of the quirks of fame. His healthy sense of satire is light and fun...." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Aug 25, 2002

Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams (2002)

"The talented and clever Robert Rodriguez perhaps put a little too much heart into his first film and didn't reserve enough for his second." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Aug 6, 2002

K-19: The Widowmaker (2002)

"As commander-in-chief of this film, Bigelow demonstrates a breadth of vision and an attention to detail that propels her into the upper echelons of the directing world." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Jul 17, 2002

Reign of Fire (2002)

"I have two words to say about Reign of Fire. Great dragons!" ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Jul 10, 2002

Men in Black II (2002)

""Men in Black II," has all the earmarks of a sequel. The story is less vibrant, the jokes are a little lukewarm, but will anyone really care?" ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Jul 3, 2002

The Deep End (2001)

"Unbidden, Alek (Goran Visnjic) gives Margaret what she wants from her family: recognition. Maybe that's all that any woman wants from her family." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Jun 27, 2002

Minority Report (2002)

"The two main women in this film make the Pre-Crime Unit possible, but don't benefit themselves. Guess the future isn't that much different. The guys are still having all the fun, while the girls either make that possible or sit by and watch." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Jun 21, 2002

Spider-Man (2002)

"The script by David Koepp is perfectly serviceable and because he gives the story some soul ... he elevates the experience to a more mythic level." ‐ Chico Enterprise-Record
Posted Jun 4, 2002
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