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Nicole Arthur

Nicole Arthur

Agrees with the Tomatometer 80% of the time.

Nicole Arthur's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Washington Post

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
75% Another Road Home (2004) "Elon presumably intends to send a positive message about individual relationships transcending politics, but the film leaves too much unsaid to do so. " ‐ Washington Post
Posted May 13, 2005
91% Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004) "The third installment in the Harry Potter series, is everything the first two films were not: complex, frightening, nuanced. " ‐ Washington Post
Posted Jun 4, 2004
90% P.O.V. (2004) "A thoughtful documentary in which the filmmaker sets out to overcome the religious insularity of his two adult sons." ‐ Washington Post
Posted Mar 26, 2004
40% Bollywood/Hollywood (2003) "Less a pastiche of the cinematic conventions of both 'woods than it is My Big Fat Greek Wedding in a sari." ‐ Washington Post
Posted Oct 3, 2003
81% Blue Car (2003) "We've seen this unhappy scenario played out many times before, but seldom with a better eye for detail." ‐ Washington Post
Posted May 23, 2003
44% XX/XY (2003) "You can make a movie in which all the characters are unsympathetic, but this trio is uninteresting, to boot." ‐ Washington Post
Posted Apr 25, 2003
0.5/5 40% Some Body (2001) "As vulgar as it is banal." ‐ Washington Post
Posted May 3, 2002
1.5/5 63% Crazy/Beautiful (2001) "Conflict ensues, but surprises do not; there's never any reason to doubt that its resolution is any more than a tearful heart-to-heart talk away. " ‐ Washington Post
Posted Jun 28, 2001
3/5 90% Eureka (2001) "This is a film to visually savor. " ‐ Washington Post
Posted May 4, 2001
13% Lost and Found (1999) "If the standards for feature films starring former Saturday Night Live cast members weren't already so low, you could be forgiven for thinking Lost & Found was dragging them down. " ‐ Washington Post
Posted Jan 1, 2000
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