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Nick Rutigliano

Nick Rutigliano
Nick Rutigliano's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Village Voice

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
57% Pantaleon y las Visitadoras (2002) This film might've fared better if those involved realized how fiercely their material begs for a plunge into the deep end. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Feb 11, 2003
15% Smokers Only (2002) Ah, the travails of metropolitan life! Alas, another breathless movie about same! ‐ Village Voice
Posted Dec 17, 2002
0% Tattoo Bar (2002) Your average Skin & Ink editorial is more enlightening. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Jul 2, 2002
90% Master of the Flying Guillotine (1975) Snags the viewer's attention by lacing its martial-arts high jinks with a compelling weirdness. ‐ Village Voice
Posted May 28, 2002
38% Mutant Aliens (2001) The director's twitchy sketchbook style and adroit perspective shifts grow wearisome amid leaden pacing and indifferent craftsmanship (most notably wretched sound design). ‐ Village Voice
Posted Apr 16, 2002
31% High Crimes (2002) Judd ... eyebrow-cocks her way through Carl Franklin's witless High Crimes. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Apr 9, 2002
48% Big Trouble (2002) Makes for distinctly uneasy viewing, as Big Trouble's massive subtext repeatedly threatens to overwhelm its haphazardly stylized diegesis. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Apr 9, 2002
30% All About the Benjamins (2002) Mugging, not robbery, is the name of the game. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Mar 12, 2002
30% Bubble Boy (2001) Hollywood monstrosities all, and boy are they scary! ‐ Village Voice
Posted Aug 28, 2001
13% Whipped (1999) Charming as a seven-year-old who drops trou at recess to show off his doodle. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Jan 1, 2000
69% Collectors (2000) Clumsily managed and trivialized. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Jan 1, 2000
11% Boys and Girls (2000) Approaches such niceties as construction and character motivation with a decidedly wanton shrug. ‐ Village Voice
Posted Jan 1, 2000