Matt Weitz

Matt Weitz
Matt Weitz's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Denver Rocky Mountain News, Dallas Morning News

Movie Reviews Only

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
C 79%

Stoked: The Rise and Fall of Gator (2003)

"Archival footage and interviews with contemporaries round out the rest of the film, illustrating Gator's life without really illuminating it." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Sep 4, 2003
C 28%

How to Deal (2003)

"Require[s] only the presence of Scott Baio to qualify as fodder for an after-school special." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Jul 17, 2003
C+ 92%

Blue Collar Comedy Tour: The Movie (2003)

"This ensemble stand-up movie does have its moments." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Mar 27, 2003
D+ 7%

Boat Trip (2003)

"'Of course' is what the viewer's much-aggrieved brain will be shrieking after each and every predictable plot turn." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Mar 20, 2003
C+ 24%

God Is Great and I'm Not (2002)

"Although God Is Great addresses interesting matters of identity and heritage, it's hard to shake the feeling that it was intended to be a different kind of film." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Feb 20, 2003
B 74%

His Secret Life (2001)

"A warm but realistic meditation on friendship, family and affection." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Feb 13, 2003
C 48%

Final Destination 2 (2003)

"It has a sense of humor ... but in the end is overwhelmed by its silliness." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Jan 30, 2003
B 48%

Naqoyqatsi (Naqoyqatsi: Life as War) (2002)

"If you open yourself up to Mr. Reggio's theory of this imagery as the movie's set ... it can impart an almost visceral sense of dislocation and change." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Jan 30, 2003
C 23%

Biker Boyz (2003)

"Like most of the Westerns it was patterned after, Boyz is disposable entertainment." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Jan 30, 2003
C 11%

National Security (2003)

"The less you engage your brain, the more you'll enjoy National Security." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Jan 16, 2003
C+ 67%

Horses: The Story of Equus (2001)

"Enjoyment of Horses will be proportional to how in touch we are with that teenage girl inside, delightedly reading My Friend Flicka for the umpteenth time." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Jan 9, 2003
B+ 89%

The Human Body (2001)

"Overall, the film is so striking that you hardly notice that you're learning something -- quite an improvement over those old filmstrips." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Jan 9, 2003
B 92%

Betty Fisher and Other Stories (2002)

"Understated, elegant meditation on motherhood, obligation and coincidence, all wrapped up in the form of an urban thriller." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Dec 13, 2002
C- 21%

Empire (2002)

"A plot this standard might work if driven by interesting acting, but the performances in Empire are flat and contrived." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Dec 5, 2002
C+ 81%

Tully (2002)

"If you can push on through the slow spots, you'll be rewarded with some fine acting." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Nov 29, 2002
B- 92%

Standing in the Shadows of Motown (2002)

"The sheer joy and pride they took in their work -- and in each other -- shines through every frame." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Nov 21, 2002
B 81%

Santa vs. the Snowman (2002)

"The action sequences are fun and reminiscent of combat scenes from the Star Wars series." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Nov 14, 2002
B 43%

Wasabi (2001)

"The film is a contrivance, as artificial as the video games Japanese teens play in a nightclub sequence, but it's an enjoyable one." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Nov 14, 2002
B 68%

The Grey Zone (2002)

"The film's sense of imagery gives it a terrible strength, but it's propelled by the acting." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Oct 24, 2002
C 14%

Ghost Ship (2002)

"A spooky yarn of demonic doings on the high seas that works better the less the brain is engaged." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Oct 24, 2002
C 54%

Welcome to Collinwood (2002)

"It's supposed to be a humorous, all-too-human look at how hope can breed a certain kind of madness -- and strength -- but it never quite adds up." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Oct 17, 2002

The Legend of Drunken Master (Jui kuen II) (Drunken Fist II) (1994)

"The fight scenes are masterpieces of choreography, kineticism at its most sublime." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Dec 31, 1999

Bait (2000)

"If you want a conflicted movie that doesn't know what it is -- or just wish to kill a few hours -- this is for you. Otherwise, keep fishing and cut Bait." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Dec 31, 1999
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