Lucy Mohl

Lucy Mohl
Lucy Mohl's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Film.com
Publications: Film.com

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94% The Last Seduction (1994) Dahl makes a smart follow-up to Red Rock West with another striking piece of contemporary film noir. - Film.com EDIT
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94% Pulp Fiction (1994) Writer/director Quentin Tarantino demonstrates his encyclopedic grasp of filmmaking by bending, chopping and deconstructing narrative while keeping a groovy beat. - Film.com EDIT
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80% Clear and Present Danger (1994) [Noyce] dramatizes Tom Clancy's obsessively detailed plot in a straightforward fashion while staging spectacular showpieces of action. - Film.com EDIT
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94% Central Station (Central do Brasil) (1998) What gives the film its strength is that cutting away the first layer only reveals more levels of toughness; it takes time to discover the pure soul beneath. - Film.com EDIT
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95% The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994) The year's one clear candidate for future cult status. - Film.com EDIT
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59% Outbreak (1995) A clunky thriller. - Film.com EDIT
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78% Swimming with Sharks (1995) A dazzling, frightening tour de force by Kevin Spacey. - Film.com EDIT
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22% The Flintstones (1994) It's a dull day in Bedrock. - Film.com EDIT
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85% Wag the Dog (1997) When the film makes the leap from plausibly outrageous to pure satire, it slips, and the logic goes with it. - Film.com EDIT
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69% Shallow Grave (1995) Boyle's cool manner and the performances ultimately ratchet Shallow Grave past the ranks of standard thriller fare. - Film.com EDIT
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80% While You Were Sleeping (1995) A consistently adorable, if utterly predictable, piece of fluff. - Film.com EDIT
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92% Ed Wood (1994) [An] oddly affectionate bio-pic. - Film.com EDIT
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91% Little Women (1994) Ryder has Gillian Armstrong to shape the surrounding story, etching scenes of the March girls into indelibly lovely images while emphasizing the underlying strength of Louisa Mae Allcott's family tale. - Film.com EDIT
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96% Quiz Show (1994) Witty, entertaining, intelligent. - Film.com EDIT
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22% Congo (1995) A movie that appears to have been designed first as a future theme park, and then as a major motion-picture. - Film.com EDIT
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48% Star Trek Generations (1994) The meeting of Patrick Stewart's Jean Luc Picard and William Shatner's James T. Kirk is worth the price of admission or video rental: it's the clash of the titans, Shakespeare meets the Sixties. - Film.com EDIT
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