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Matthew Pejkovic

Matthew Pejkovic
Matthew Pejkovic's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Matt's Movie Reviews, FILMINK (Australia), Trespass

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3.5/5 70% American Teen (2008) American Teen follows the zeitgeist of documentary filmmaking, where truth is manipulated in order to create an entertaining film, which it no doubt is. Yet the question of its authenticity will linger in the minds of some viewers. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 100% Witness for the Prosecution (1957) An exciting court room romp that engrosses the viewer with its high melodrama and dialogue driven scenes.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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1.5/5 65% Zack and Miri Make a Porno (2008) Kevin Smith has placed a black mark on an otherwise solid filmography by selling himself short in a bid to shock new viewers and win back old ones with Zack and Miri Make a Porno. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4.5/5 92% Children of Men (2006) A major message to be taken from Children of Men is that the miracle of child birth cannot be taken for granted. At the end, though, it is felt that without hope, without faith, then what is there to live for? ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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3/5 27% Clash of the Titans (2010) Clash of the Titans lives up to its promise of fast action and big visuals, but will not be seen as a VFX classic in the years to come. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4.5/5 94% The Apartment (1960) A perfect mix of comedy, drama, and romance, The Apartment showcases writer/director Billy Wilder at the peak of his creative talent. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 72% Chopper (2001) Regardless of the credibility of Read's exploits, Andrew Dominick has crafted a film that plunges his audience into the depths of Australia's criminal underworld.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 80% 21 Grams (2003) A highly emotional, thought provoking drama that easily lives up to the hype, 21 Grams is a film that has all of its bases covered: script, acting and direction. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 93% Iron Man (2008) A completely different superhero movie which not only delights visually, but also engrosses with a very well adapted, character driven story of a redemptive figure who becomes the ultimate global hero.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4.5/5 93% All the President's Men (1976) All the Presidents Men is a thinking man's political thriller featuring two crusading journalists working their story, consistently following clues and interviewing various sources (and would be sources) in their quest for the truth. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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1.5/5 38% You Don't Mess With the Zohan (2008) The idea that the unholy trinity of Sandler, regular cohort Rob Schneider, and director Dennis Dugan could re-unite after ...Chuck and Larry begs the question: just how much did these guys sell their souls to get another film green lit? ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4.5/5 90% Zodiac (2007) Zodiac is a great film that many true crime buffs would love due to the treatment given to the subject, and that many movie fans will admire thanks to David Fincher's direction and the performances of its cast. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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3.5/5 89% The Color of Money (1986) As a standalone movie, it is a memorable entry in Scorsese and Newman's filmographies. But as a companion piece to The Hustler, it is an exceptional example on how to revisit an iconic character with respect, and above all, with a healthy new vision.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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2.5/5 51% Chéri (2009) Pretty, yet uneven, Cheri could have been much more had the details in its story matched that in its production design. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 55% Australia (2008) Australia is an enchanting throwback to an era of filmmaking which strived to entertain its audiences with dazzling spectacle and melodrama. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 73% Snatch (2001) Snatch uses and abuses the template of its breakthrough predecessor, elevates it, and delivers an equal, if not better, version of a film we have all seen before, yet much better the second time around. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 78% Big Trouble in Little China (1986) This is a bizarre, fun, action packed film, filled with wild characters and an adventurous, imaginative and campy spirit. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 90% Red Cliff (Chi Bi) (2009) The art of war done John Woo style, Red Cliff is an entertaining and grandiose return to form by the master of action cinema. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4.5/5 100% Citizen Kane (1941) Citizen Kane is not only an entertaining film, but it is also a deeply heartfelt, though provoking, and intelligent one as well. Like a fine wine it has aged well over the last 60 odd years. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 97% Bullitt (1968) A low key, tough guy cop thriller, Bullitt does not go over the top with its action sequences and stays away from the usual cop movie clichés, lifting the bar in regards to how cop movies should be made.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 100% 12 Angry Men (Twelve Angry Men) (1957) A brilliant courtroom drama whose strength lies within the power of Rose's words and Sidney Lumet's great direction (his debut). ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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2.5/5 33% Knowing (2009) Alex Proyas has gone all out on a film which, unfortunately, will be seen by many as an interesting experiment gone awry, rather than the sci-fi masterpiece it aspires to be.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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5/5 93% Rocky (1976) Stallone proves that when given the right material he can act with the best of them. His turn as Rocky Balboa is not only the best performance of that year, but it is also one of the best performances in the history of the silver screen.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 83% I Love You, Man (2009) Feel the man love with I Love You, Man, a constantly entertaining comedy about marriage, love, and friendship which is aimed towards adults. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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3.5/5 73% Iron Man 2 (2010) The repercussions of superhero life and the weight of family legacy take centre stage in this busy yet charismatic superhero melodrama.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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3.5/5 78% Bed & Board (Domicile Conjugal) (1970) Bed and Board is a charming, pleasant and touching film, and the best sequel of the series. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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3.5/5 67% The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (2008) Some religious punters may find it to be a bastardization of their and Lewis' theological core values, while secularists will find the whole Narnia concept to be nothing more than a shrewd recruiting campaign for Christianity.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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2/5 20% Amelia (2009) What on the surface looks like a plush period piece with best picture aspirations, is actually a bland biopic of an otherwise interesting figure in Amelia.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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3/5 50% Astro Boy (AstroBoy) (2009) Astro Boy is a fun sci-fi adventure that will resonate with older fans and win younger viewers.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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3.5/5 100% Cyrano De Bergerac (1990) A film for hopeless romantics, which could only be justly done by the French.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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3/5 26% Rocky V (1990) The last 30 min make Rocky V a worthwhile watch, and even though there are numerous flaws, it's a rather engrossing film and the most underrated of the Rocky movies.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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3.5/5 72% Army of Darkness (1993) Containing less of the blood soaked insanity of the previous two instalments, Army of Darkness comes off as more of an adventure film with a horror element attached to it. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 91% Ponyo (2009) A sweet love story about a boy and his fish, Ponyo is a weird yet wonderful children's fantasy, and marks another milestone in the career of Hayao Miyazaki. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 66% Apocalypto (2006) Shot with digital camera on location in Mexico, Mel Gibson has created a visually stunning action/adventure epic that although has divided many with its historical accuracy, has spared no expense in bringing life to a world before European colonization. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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3.5/5 91% Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan (2006) Borat... is a not only a very good comedy but is also an interesting sociological experiment as to how numerous individuals in the USA would respond to a man such as Borat, and often the reactions are interesting and vastly entertaining. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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3/5 57% It's Complicated (2009) Alec Baldwin does the near impossible: he steals a Meryl Streep film from Meryl Streep.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4.5/5 82% Avatar (2009) If cinema is pure escapism, then Avatar provides the ultimate journey to a world unlike anything seen before it, with a deep spiritual core giving substance to its most impressive display of style. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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2/5 11% All The King's Men (2006) All the King's Men is a dull movie, mainly due to the fact that it is full of boring characters which are poorly written by writer/director Steven Zaillian and led by an underwhelming Jude Law.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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1.5/5 12% The Bounty Hunter (2010) The Bounty Hunter makes The Ugly Truth look like the right stuff.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 86% Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs (2009) Visually imaginative and ethically rich, the apocalypse has never been as tasty as served in Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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3.5/5 74% Bad Lieutenant (1992) The combination of Keitel, New York City, and the Catholic Church reminds of Martin Scorsese's Mean Streets. Yet Bad Lieutenant is much more disturbing and in your face, and successfully portrays the destruction of the soul.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 97% Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) It is a fine piece of acting by Paul Newman, the Southern gentlemen portraying his fragile and haunted character with an unparalleled amount of soul, which he had imbedded in many of his characters. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 93% Enchanted (2007) Snobs will hate it because of its happily ever after ending. Everyone else will love it for the exact same reason. After all, a little fantasy never hurt anyone.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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3/5 37% Jennifer 8 (1992) A solid thriller, let down by the questionable decision to reveal the killer way too early. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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1.5/5 33% The Black Dahlia (2006) An over indulgent and often confusing stab at film noir, The Black Dahlia leaves little to be desired as director Brian De Palma continues to prove that his best days are behind him.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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2/5 41% Letters to Juliet (2010) Letters to Juliet...it's a chick flick thing.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 98% Toy Story 3 (2010) Toy Story 3 expertly combines dazzling visuals and thrilling adventure, with a touching story about saying goodbye to old friends. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 91% Up in the Air (2009) Companionship. Independence. Loyalty. Flyer miles. All are a part of the life of George Clooney's corporate downsizer in the timely, and timeless, Up in the Air.‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4.5/5 98% Chinatown (1974) Jack Nicholson gives one of his best performances as Jake Gittes, possessing an old school charm that none of his peers can match. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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4/5 88% Before the Devil Knows You're Dead (2007) Before the Devil Knows You're Dead is an immensely disturbing and tragic morality tale, which focuses on the consequences and repercussions of a sinister act driven by greed. ‐ Matt's Movie Reviews
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