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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
1/4 74%

The Human Resources Manager (2011)

"If director Eran Riklis's intention is to show the blossoming humanity, so to speak, of a human resources manager, the transformation is much too subtle to work." ‐Washington Post
Posted Apr 29, 2011
1.5/4 38%

Mia et le Migou (Mia and the Migoo) (2011)

"What kind of kid will be able to appreciate this serious plot, which involves investors pulling out of a land-development deal and a scary, knife-wielding witch?" ‐Washington Post
Posted Apr 22, 2011
1.5/4 62%

The Concert (Le concert) (2010)

"The Concert was so unfunny, I had to consult IMDB.com to make sure that it was indeed listed as a comedy." ‐Washington Post
Posted Aug 6, 2010
3/4 90%

Winnebago Man (2010)

"Raises intriguing questions about our culture of online humiliation and the real-life destruction it can leave in its wake." ‐Washington Post
Posted Jul 30, 2010
1/4 85%

Farewell (L'affaire Farewell) (2010)

"There's a reason nobody made a movie about the 1983 bust of Soviet spies with the code name "Farewell" until now: It's too bloody complicated." ‐Washington Post
Posted Jul 30, 2010
3/4 85%

A Matter of Size (2010)

"Herzl's approach might not be great for one's cholesterol or blood pressure, but it brings up an intriguing idea, one that isn't talked about often...: Maybe it would be better to be fat and happy than thin and miserable." ‐Washington Post
Posted Jul 6, 2010
2/4 18%

Princess Ka'iulani (2010)

"An uneven film that, by trying to satisfy parents with political drama and older children with a love story, leaves both parties wanting." ‐Washington Post
Posted May 21, 2010
1.5/4 71%

Women Without Men (Zanan-e bedun-e mardan) (2010)

"The material is so relentlessly dark -- suicide, rape, eating disorders and repression all have a home here -- that the film will satisfy only Iranian history buffs and devoted Neshat fans." ‐Washington Post
Posted Apr 30, 2010
2/4 81%

Oceans (Disneynature's Oceans) (2010)

"For all Oceans does to please the eyes and ears, it does nothing to engage the brain." ‐Washington Post
Posted Apr 22, 2010
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