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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/4 91%

Shaolin Soccer (2004)

"A very funny movie." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jul 9, 2004
3/5 No Score Yet

19 Months (2002)

"A very accomplished film." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted May 21, 2004
2.5/4 70%

Father and Son (2004)

"A tasty hors d'oeuvre while waiting for a really good French film to come along." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Mar 25, 2004
3/4 100%

Gaz Bar Blues (2003)

"A small gem." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Feb 12, 2004
3/4 90%

The Corporation (2004)

"A documentary with big answers." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jan 20, 2004
2.5/4 49%

And Now Ladies & Gentlemen (2003)

"A would-be ribald comic film that never gets very funny, mated with a love story that never ignites, mixed in with what seems to be a tale of magic and fantasy that never quite admits its presence." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Aug 8, 2003
3/4 54%

American Wedding (2003)

"A better film than anyone should normally expect in this genre." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Aug 1, 2003
52%

Suriyothai (2003)

"A film that is stunning to watch." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jul 21, 2003
2/4 80%

I Capture the Castle (2003)

"Beautifully filmed silliness, and fetchingly acted tweeness." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jul 18, 2003
3/4 44%

XX/XY (2003)

" Rarely does a fine movie like this have so awkward a title." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jul 11, 2003
2/4 46%

Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas (2003)

"[Lacks] the sparkle and inventiveness of the stories that inspired it." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jul 2, 2003
2.5/4 73%

Together (He ni zai yi qi) (2003)

"If you're in the mood for tears and triumph, with a dash of exoticism, Together may well be the film for you." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jun 27, 2003
2.5/4 43%

Julie Walking Home (2002)

"It doesn't work, but Otto performs heroically, sustaining the character of Julie to the movie's final moments." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jun 20, 2003
2.5/4 49%

The Safety of Objects (2001)

"It's a movie located in an interesting place, but without quite enough self-confidence really to inhabit it." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jun 6, 2003
1.5/4 17%

Leaving Metropolis (2002)

"A dreadful movie." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jun 3, 2003
3.5/4 99%

Finding Nemo (2003)

"A superb animated film." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted May 30, 2003
2/4 No Score Yet

Saved by the Belles (2003)

"If you're not a member of this subculture, or already interested in it, you may have a hard time adjusting to Saved by the Belles." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted May 23, 2003
3/4 34%

The In-Laws (2003)

"The In-Laws is successful on the level of light comic entertainment." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted May 23, 2003
3.5/4 83%

Swing (2002)

"Virtually the whole cast is amateur, but Gatlif knows how to get them to play lovely little vignette scenes." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted May 16, 2003
2/4 No Score Yet

The Book of Eve (Histoire d'Ève) (2001)

"The novel, which alone of Beresford-Howe's works still has many readers and admirers, is not done justice by this film." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted May 16, 2003
2.5/4 59%

Down With Love (2003)

"The inventiveness doesn't work. It's dragged down by Zellweger and McGregor's self-consciousness, as they mug and overact their way through a film whose style relies on lightness of touch." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted May 16, 2003
1.5/4 40%

The Lizzie McGuire Movie (2003)

"Altogether a wasted opportunity from a Disney organization which grows more sclerotic by the minute." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted May 2, 2003
3/4 87%

The Matrix (1999)

"For those who have been waiting for movies to catch up with the graphic possibilities of comic books, wait no longer: The Matrix is among us." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Apr 25, 2003
2.5/4 56%

La Turbulence des fluides (Chaos and Desire) (2002)

"Briand's first film, 2 Seconds, was a success. With Chaos and Desire she has overreached herself, but she is an ambitious artist and is moving in an intriguing direction." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Mar 28, 2003
3/4 No Score Yet

deadend.com (2002)

"It puts the viewer inside the world of three children who are banal for a compelling reason: They have never learned, or been taught, how to create meaning in their lives." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Mar 28, 2003
3/4 7%

Boat Trip (2003)

"In a week when travesties like the Gwyneth Paltrow stewardess movie remind us that almost nobody in Hollywood remembers what the hell a comedy is, Boat Trip's skill and modest ambition inspire nostalgic reverence." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Mar 21, 2003
2/4 71%

Piglet's Big Movie (2003)

"I suggest you get out the books, which for once can truly be said to be more spectacular than the movie." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Mar 21, 2003
2/4 64%

Willard (2003)

"Not very stylish and not very scary." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Mar 14, 2003
2.5/4 57%

Ayurveda: the Art of Being (2002)

"If Ayurveda can help us return to a sane regimen of eating, sleeping and stress-reducing contemplation, it is clearly a good thing." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Mar 7, 2003
2/4 29%

Punch (2002)

"This is a good premise, but written and acted in a fashion that rings false." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Feb 19, 2003
1/4 57%

The Guru (2002)

"There is hardly a funny line in the whole script, and director Mayer has no idea of what comic timing and delivery are all about." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jan 31, 2003
1/4 48%

Final Destination 2 (2003)

"Final Destination 2 doesn't pretend to be anything other than a robotic repeat of the first film." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jan 31, 2003
3.5/4 97%

To Be and to Have (Etre et Avoir) (2003)

"A film that is a portrait of grace in an imperfect world." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jan 17, 2003
3/4 11%

National Security (2003)

"Without losing its comic rhythm for a moment, it is also a withering spoof of black victimism and the corrupting effect of racial solidarity on the American legal system." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jan 17, 2003
2.5/4 20%

Just Married (2003)

"In the end, a few genuinely funny moments aside, the script is simply too predictable and unvarying to earn the viewer's loyalty." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Jan 10, 2003
1/4 64%

Evelyn (2002)

"It's a blarney bath from the word go, with unbearably winsome characters spinning out Irishisms by the yard." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Dec 13, 2002
3/4 57%

Corpus Callosum (2002)

"This 90-minute postmodern voyage was more diverting and thought-provoking than I'd expected it to be." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Dec 6, 2002
3/4 69%

Treasure Planet (2002)

"This concoction, so bizarre to the adult mind, is actually a charming triumph where its intended under-12 audience is concerned." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Nov 27, 2002
4/4 60%

The Diaries of Vaslav Nijinsky (2002)

"Just the labour involved in creating the layered richness of the imagery in this chiaroscuro of madness and light is astonishing." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Nov 22, 2002
2/4 3%

Half Past Dead (2002)

"A shoot-'em-up for cynical times. Its only asset is Seagal himself, and frankly, he's is getting a bit past it." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Nov 15, 2002
3/4 72%

Das Experiment (The Experiment) (2001)

"Probably it's more action film than anything else, but has enough insight to be of interest to serious filmgoers." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Nov 8, 2002
2.5/4 25%

Formula 51 (2002)

"A formula flick." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Oct 18, 2002
3/4 93%

Scratch (2002)

"Engaging documentary." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Oct 11, 2002
2/4 66%

My Wife Is an Actress (2002)

"I found it slow, predictable and not very amusing." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Oct 11, 2002
2/4 50%

Suddenly Naked (2001)

"An awkward romantic comedy at best." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Oct 11, 2002
2.5/4 54%

The Transporter (2002)

"This is a film where there isn't the slightest doubt about the dramatic outcome." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Oct 11, 2002
1/4 22%

The Tuxedo (2002)

"Donovan ... squanders his main asset, Jackie Chan, and fumbles the vital action sequences." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Sep 27, 2002
3/4 82%

Barbershop (2002)

"The characters are engaging and the story has a bustling richness." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Sep 13, 2002
3/4 82%

Secret Ballot (2002)

"A beguiling, slow-moving parable about the collision of past and present on a remote seacoast in Iran." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Aug 30, 2002
3.5/4 86%

24 Hour Party People (2002)

"So energized by the subject that it overflows with inventiveness." ‐Globe and Mail
Posted Aug 23, 2002
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