Pat Stacey Movie Reviews & Previews - Rotten Tomatoes

Pat Stacey

Pat Stacey
Pat Stacey's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): The Herald (Ireland)

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet Surviving Sandy Hook (2015) The feeling you took away at the end was one of common sense crushed by idiocy.‐ The Herald (Ireland)
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73% A Very Murray Christmas (2015) Murray, who genuinely seems to fancy himself as a bit of a crooner, bludgeoning his way through a number of Christmas standards in a cracked, scratchy voice suggests he's taking his ego for a sleigh ride.‐ The Herald (Ireland)
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86% Gosford Park (2001) This a marvellously entertaining confection, served up with a wonderfully light touch‐ The Herald (Ireland)
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17% Queen of the Damned (2002) The result is a film that's as camp as Butlins but nowhere near as much fun and full of awful performances and silly dialogue‐ The Herald (Ireland)
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41% K-PAX (2001) Who else but [Jeff] Bridges could invest a mouldering cliché like the world weary shrink who can solve everyone's problems but not his own with such depth and feeling? What a truly wonderful actor he is.‐ The Herald (Ireland)
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24% Don't Say a Word (2001) Don't Say a Word is mediocre, shrink-wrapped Hollywood pap.‐ The Herald (Ireland)
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67% Ali (2001) A flawed film, then, and a comparative disappointment. But because of Smith, the scrupulous recreation of the period and the general quality of the performances, I'll score Ali a narrow victory on points.‐ The Herald (Ireland)
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80% The Royal Tenenbaums (2002) Suffused with warmth and colour, and making liberal and inventive use of flashbacks, captions, voiceover and even chapter headings to break up the story, The Royal Tenenbaums won't be to everybody's taste, but it is a blast of original, irreverent air.‐ The Herald (Ireland)
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