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Mark Peranson

Mark Peranson
Mark Peranson's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Chicago Reader, Village Voice, Globe and Mail

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3.5/4 No Score Yet When It Was Blue (2005) Quote not available. ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Sep 14, 2010
3/4 94% Tokyo Sonata (Tokyo Sonata) (2009) Though far from flawless, it's an adventurous work that is both disturbing and ultimately moving. ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Sep 14, 2010
4/4 No Score Yet RR (2007) Quote not available. ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Sep 14, 2010
3.5/4 96% Tulpan (2009) Quote not available. ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Sep 14, 2010
3/4 No Score Yet Adhen (Dernier Maquis) (2008) Quote not available. ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Sep 14, 2010
3/4 68% Leaving (Partir) (2010) Compelling cinema.‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Sep 14, 2009
4/4 92% Vincere (2010) An operatic tour de force.‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Sep 11, 2009
95% Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India (2001) Few recent American musicals are this fluid or engaging. ‐ Chicago Reader
Posted Mar 26, 2007
79% Far Side of the Moon (2005) Reworking his own raw material, Lepage spins a rich, moving film that acknowledges humanity's power to break out of Earth's daily gravity; in the process, he leaves audiences floating. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Nov 29, 2005
57% Decent Factory: Made in China (2005) Thomas Balmés's fly-on-the-wall documentary uses your cell phone charger as a case study in how multibillion-dollar multinationals are dealing with multihorrible working conditions in the overseas plants run by their subcontractors. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Jun 28, 2005
83% Casuistry: The Art of Killing a Cat (2005) In deliberate, clinical fashion, Zev Asher's documentary catches up with a notorious Canadian case of art versus animal cruelty. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Apr 26, 2005
0% Pinocchio (2002) What remains is a variant of the nincompoop Benigni persona, here a more annoying, though less angry version of the irresponsible Sandlerian manchild, undercut by the voice of the star of Road Trip. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Jan 3, 2003
4/4 79% Zhantai (Platform) (2000) One of the first masterpieces of the 21st century. ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Jun 14, 2002
2/4 86% Son of the Bride (2002) What starts off as a possible Argentine American Beauty reeks like a room stacked with pungent flowers. ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted May 10, 2002
80% Facing the Music (2001) Few social scientists are able to enliven an issue like Connolly and Anderson, and few documentarians have their dramatic intuition. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Apr 23, 2002