Mark Peranson

Mark Peranson

Agrees with the Tomatometer 86% of the time.

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

Movie Reviews Only

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 13, 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 13, 2010
4/4 No Score Yet

RR (2007)

Quote not available.Globe and Mail
Posted Sep 13, 2010
3.5/4 96%

Tulpan (2009)

Quote not available.Globe and Mail
Posted Sep 13, 2010
3/4 No Score Yet

Adhen (Dernier Maquis) (2008)

Quote not available.Globe and Mail
Posted Sep 13, 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

Lagaan: Once Upon a Time in India (2001)

"Few recent American musicals are this fluid or engaging." ‐ Chicago Reader
Posted Mar 26, 2007

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

Decent Factory: Made in China (2005)

"Thomas Balm├ęs'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

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

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

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