Rasmi Simhan

Rasmi Simhan

Agrees with the Tomatometer 76% of the time.

Rasmi Simhan's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Kansas City Star, Dallas Morning News

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
C 86%

Lovely & Amazing (2002)

"In their love for each other and their ability to move on, the women are, in a way, lovely and amazing." ‐ Dallas Morning News
Posted Jul 18, 2002
D 0%

Chasing Holden (2001)

"The melodrama of this film is odd considering the novel that inspired it." ‐ Dallas Morning News
Posted Jun 27, 2002
D 10%

Juwanna Mann (2002)

"It's disappointing when filmmakers throw a few big-name actors and cameos at a hokey script." ‐ Dallas Morning News
Posted Jun 20, 2002
A- 71%

Girls Can't Swim (2002)

"Evokes the frustration, the awkwardness and the euphoria of growing up, without relying on the usual tropes." ‐ Dallas Morning News
Posted Jun 6, 2002
C 50%

Esther Kahn (2001)

"The narrator and the other characters try to convince us that acting transfigures Esther, but she's never seen speaking on stage; one feels cheated, and Esther seems to remain an unchanged dullard." ‐ Dallas Morning News
Posted May 30, 2002
C 52%

American Chai (2002)

"American Chai encourages rueful laughter at stereotypes only an Indian-American would recognize. And the lesson, in the end, is nothing new." ‐ Dallas Morning News
Posted May 16, 2002
B- 7%

The New Guy (2002)

"Would you laugh if a tuba-playing dwarf rolled down a hill in a trash can? Do you chuckle at the thought of an ancient librarian whacking a certain part of a man's body? If you answered yes, by all means enjoy The New Guy." ‐ Dallas Morning News
Posted May 9, 2002

The Animal (2001)

"You've got to wonder why the work of Schneider, David Spade and others seemed smarter and fresher on SNL." ‐ Kansas City Star
Posted Jun 4, 2001

Town & Country (2000)

"A movie without much of a sense of logic or humor." ‐ Kansas City Star
Posted Apr 27, 2001

Freddy Got Fingered (2001)

"The gags here are just too disjointed and bizarre to be funny." ‐ Kansas City Star
Posted Apr 20, 2001

Tomcats (2001)

"The gross-out humor in Tomcats, though, is just gross." ‐ Kansas City Star
Posted Mar 29, 2001

Recess: School's Out (2001)

"Wears thin over 90 minutes without jangly commercials and a bowl of super-sugary cereal for distraction." ‐ Kansas City Star
Posted Feb 16, 2001

The Wedding Planner (2001)

"A mildly entertaining flick." ‐ Kansas City Star
Posted Jan 25, 2001