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Michael H. Price

Michael H. Price
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
17% Gobots - Battle of the Rock Lords (1986) What the story lacks in depth it makes up for with exciting combat scenes, and with a tendency to make women characters more than stereotypes in constant need of rescuing.‐ Fort Worth Star-Telegram/DFW.com
Read More | Posted Mar 26, 2013
56% Charlie Bartlett (2007) Poll and screenwriter Gustin Nash may be paying homage, here, but they also bring to the table a comparable depth of thought and characterization.‐ Fort Worth Business Press
Read More | Posted Feb 13, 2008
80% Cinderella Man (2005) 'The film is ... as rich in Depression-era authenticity as such a picture gets, complete with a palpable air of social decay and personalized despondency.'‐ Fort Worth Business Press
Posted Jun 3, 2005
84% Aliens of the Deep (2005) ... captures not only the majesty of the brinier depths - but also the fascination therein that keeps luring Cameron back to the ocean.‐ Fort Worth Business Press
Posted Jan 31, 2005
55% Ocean's Twelve (2004) ... no improvement, unless one should care to marvel all over again at the utter lack of chemistry between [George] Clooney and Julia Roberts.‐ Fort Worth Business Press
Read More | Posted Dec 22, 2004
2/5 50% The Princess and the Cobbler (The Thief and the Cobbler) (1993) Quote not available.‐ Fort Worth Business Press
Posted Dec 9, 2004
3/5 20% Man's Best Friend (1991) ... a canine Frankenstein with real bite.‐ Fort Worth Business Press
Posted Dec 9, 2004
42% Beyond the Sea (2004) ... pays tribute to the long-gone pop singer Bobby Darin in ways deeper by far than the bland hagiography that characterizes most show-world biopics.‐ Fort Worth Business Press
Posted Dec 8, 2004
2/5 51% Kindergarten Cop (1990) Kid-friendly violence -- what a concept.‐ Fort Worth Business Press
Posted Dec 8, 2004
81% Ray (2004) ... so suffused with clichéd mock-eventfulness and insipid veneration that you'd think [director Taylor] Hackford might be nominating [Ray Charles] for sainthood.‐ Fort Worth Business Press
Read More | Posted Dec 8, 2004
44% National Treasure (2004) ... a mock-epic assault on the conventional wisdom of American history.‐ Fort Worth Business Press
Read More | Posted Dec 8, 2004
1/5 No Score Yet The Invisible Maniac (1990) Why bother with special effects when you can have your stunt players pretending to grapple with an unseen assailant?‐ Fort Worth Business Press
Posted Dec 8, 2004
89% Spider-Man (2002) Count on Sam Raimi ... to deliver a Spider-Man movie that recaptures the wonder of those first-generation comics.‐ Fort Worth Business Press
Posted Dec 8, 2004
16% Alexander (2004) Ponderous to a fault, a good-looking production that just sort of sits there looking self-important despite the violence and intrigues basic to the story.‐ Fort Worth Business Press
Read More | Posted Dec 7, 2004