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Mark Robison

Mark Robison
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
C 63% Shampoo (1975) Doesn't stand the test of time.‐ Reno Gazette-Journal
Posted Jan 27, 2003
A- 83% The Bourne Identity (2002) I suspect I'll watch this movie over and over. It's simply a blast.‐ Reno Gazette-Journal
Posted Jan 27, 2003
A 90% The King of Comedy (1983) It's a classic for fans of dark satire.‐ Reno Gazette-Journal
Posted Jan 20, 2003
A- 83% The Rocking Horse Winner (1949) DVD is a treatise on the famed D.H. Lawrence short story.‐ Reno Gazette-Journal
Posted Jan 20, 2003
A- 96% Don't Look Now (1973) Creepy ending will appeal to fans of Lynch and Shyamalan.‐ Reno Gazette-Journal
Posted Jan 20, 2003
C+ 90% Sous les Toits de Paris (Under the Roofs of Paris) (1930) Clair seriously hurt the movie when he re-edited it 20 years later by deleting the opening scene.‐ Reno Gazette-Journal
Posted Jan 15, 2003
B- 90% Minority Report (2002) The action is fun, but the more you think about it, the slighter it feels and the more holes show.‐ Reno Gazette-Journal
Posted Jan 15, 2003
A 96% Solaris (1976) This movie is divine like an Italian cathedral: It's solemn, huge in scope and deeply meditative.‐ Reno Gazette-Journal
Posted Jan 15, 2003
C- 58% Wendigo (2002) When an ominous Indian who can be seen only by the child arrives and talks about an evil creature in the woods, things start to go down hill.‐ Reno Gazette-Journal
Posted Jan 14, 2003
A- 83% Thirteen Conversations About One Thing (2001) This simple idea, though, is told with wit, humor and an interesting warped-time chronology.‐ Reno Gazette-Journal
Posted Jan 14, 2003
A+ 96% High Noon (1952) There's no reason to upgrade if you own the previous DVD release. ... [But] if you don't have this movie, you should pick up a copy. It's a classic.‐ Reno Gazette-Journal
Posted Nov 12, 2002
A 100% A Nous la Liberté (Liberty for Us) (1931) If the notion of a 1931 semi-silent French movie doesn't scare you off, this minor masterpiece might be worth checking out. Political historians and film fanatics will be especially interested.‐ Reno Gazette-Journal
Posted Sep 17, 2002