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Raphaela Weissman

Raphaela Weissman
Raphaela Weissman's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): New York Press

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

The Children of Huang Shi (2008)

"A film whose gorgeous cinematography and endearing subject matter almost mask its mediocrity." ‐New York Press
Posted May 21, 2008

Auf der Anderen Seite (The Edge of Heaven) (On the Other Side) (2007)

"[Director] Akin captures his characters' movements, both physical and emotional, with poetic fluidity." ‐New York Press
Posted May 21, 2008

Then She Found Me (2007)

"April and Frank are mired in angst, for no discernable reason, other than having the misfortune of being stuck in a downer of a movie." ‐New York Press
Posted Apr 23, 2008

Up the Yangtze (2007)

"With all these lyrical elements in play, [director Yung] Chang's extraneous voiceover narration is baffling, and all but unbearable." ‐New York Press
Posted Apr 16, 2008

Body of War (2008)

"With all this fascinating real-life material to work with, it's frustrating that the directors choose to devote half of the movie to well-worn archival footage of members of congress debating the decision to invade Iraq in 2002." ‐New York Press
Posted Apr 9, 2008

Drillbit Taylor (2008)

"Its comedy falls flat, and the film has a violent core where its heart should be." ‐New York Press
Posted Mar 26, 2008

Priceless (2006)

"[Actor Gad] Elmaleh is the soul of Priceless, and watching his comedic chops is the highlight of this snappy, joyous ride." ‐New York Press
Posted Mar 26, 2008

Under the Same Moon (2008)

"The specific story, while formulaic, is carried soulfully by its three main actors, who make Under the Same Moon a success despite its flaws." ‐New York Press
Posted Mar 19, 2008

Sputnik Fever (Sputnik Mania) (2007)

"Sputnik Mania is not riveting; but it is, first and last, informative." ‐New York Press
Posted Mar 12, 2008

Girls Rock! (2007)

"The pacing and tone of Girls Rock! match its subject perfectly." ‐New York Press
Posted Mar 5, 2008

The Unforeseen (2008)

"We can appreciate the film's good intentions, but we can't shake the feeling that we've been talked down to, rather than informed." ‐New York Press
Posted Feb 27, 2008

The Counterfeiters (2007)

"[Director] Ruzowitzky's straightforward approach to this unusual story and cinematographer Benedict Neunfels's documentary-style immediacy transcend the now well-worn Holocaust genre, bringing another side of the tragedy into unflinching focus." ‐New York Press
Posted Feb 20, 2008

A Walk to Beautiful (2008)

"Lushly photographed and carried along by a spirited score featuring both Ethiopian and Western music, but the film's most striking element proves to be the women at its center." ‐New York Press
Posted Feb 6, 2008
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