Max Braden

Max Braden
Max Braden's reviews do not count toward the Tomatometer. This is not a Tomatometer-approved critic, and this critic's reviews are not published on a Tomatometer-approved publication.

Movie Reviews Only

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
D+ 19%

The Ex (2007)

"...mostly clunky and feels like an empty, overlong television dramedy." Trades
Posted May 11, 2007
B 54%

The Protector (Tom yum goong) (Warrior King) (2005)

"Jaa's nimble moves in this sequence are reminiscent of Jackie Chan's familiar acrobatics." Trades
Posted Sep 22, 2006
A- 77%

Match Point (2005)

"Though not a comedy, some wickedly subtle humor pops up in the story from time to time" Trades
Posted Jan 7, 2006
B 83%

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)

"Despite an offputting trailer, Johnny Depp and director Tim Burton deliver a decent revision of the children's classic." Trades
Posted Jul 17, 2005
A 94%

March of the Penguins (2005)

"I highly recommend March of the Penguins for the family, for a date, or just for an interesting alternative to noisy summer fare." Trades
Posted Jul 17, 2005
F 63%

Ladies in Lavender (2005)

"Oh nevermind a theme or a plot, you want to see Judi Dench be vulnerable! See Maggie Smith raise her eyebrows!" Trades
Posted Jun 8, 2005
B- 48%

De-Lovely (2004)

"... a love story wrapped in a music box." Trades
Posted Jul 20, 2004
A 71%

Napoleon Dynamite (2004)

"This is a very funny movie that deserves your visit to the theater." Trades
Posted Jul 3, 2004
B+ 49%

The Passion of the Christ (2004)

"...may not be a perfect film, but if Gibson's goal goes beyond the film itself, he has every right to be satisfied by what he's achieved." Trades
Posted Mar 17, 2004
C- 27%

Paycheck (2003)

"Audiences would better off heading to the library." Trades
Posted Jan 8, 2004
A- 71%

Cold Mountain (2003)

"... excellent cinematography, haunting soundtrack, and confident direction ..." Trades
Posted Jan 8, 2004
B+ 38%

Equilibrium (2002)

"Wimmer's script offers some decent twists, and he even dares break one of cinema's taboos: shooting some pet dogs (thankfully off camera), but quickly lightening the mood by sparing the cutest little puppy." Trades
Posted Dec 17, 2002
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