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Mark Robison

Mark Robison

Agrees with the Tomatometer 82% of the time.

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
B+ 73% The Piano Teacher (La Pianiste) (2001) "It's a harrowing, difficult film that's only for the most adventurous art-house movie fans." ‐ Reno Gazette-Journal
Posted Jan 30, 2003
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
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