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Russell Scott Smith

Russell Scott Smith
Russell Scott Smith's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): New York Post

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
2/4 64%

Stalin's Wife (2005)

"Unless you're already into this stuff, it'll be hard to stay awake." ‐New York Post
Posted Apr 29, 2005
3/4 97%

Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room (2005)

"The story is fascinating, infuriating and even laugh-out-loud funny at times." ‐New York Post
Posted Apr 22, 2005
3/4 50%

Dead and Breakfast (2005)

"It's hard not to like a movie in which the leader of the zombies uses a decapitated head as a hand puppet." ‐New York Post
Posted Apr 20, 2005
3/4 57%

Perlasca: The Courage of a Just Man (Perlasca. Un eroe italiano) (2005)

"A well-made and heart-rending Italian Schindler's List." ‐New York Post
Posted Apr 15, 2005
3/4 77%

It's All Gone Pete Tong (2004)

"Has the same propulsive, punk-rock vibe as Trainspotting and 24 Hour Party People." ‐New York Post
Posted Apr 15, 2005
3/4 80%

Raging Dove (2005)

"[A] moving documentary." ‐New York Post
Posted Apr 13, 2005
3/4 81%

Voices in Wartime (2005)

"A moving documentary about poetry inspired by combat." ‐New York Post
Posted Apr 8, 2005
3/4 57%

David Hockney: The Color of Music (2005)

"Looking at the art and listening to the music is wonderful just on its own, but hanging out with Hockney is also a treat. He's a delightful companion." ‐New York Post
Posted Apr 6, 2005
0/4 80%

In Satmar Custody (2005)

"Infuriating, but not for the reason filmmakers want it to be." ‐New York Post
Posted Apr 6, 2005
2/4 67%

Odessa Odessa (2005)

"Sometimes beautiful to look at but ultimately too poetic for its own good." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 30, 2005
2.5/4 50%

Naked Fame (2005)

"This is ultimately a sunny movie full of likable characters." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 25, 2005
2/4 63%

Lipstick & Dynamite: The First Ladies of Wrestling (2004)

"Unfortunately, the filmmakers let the ladies prattle on too long about issues that would only matter to the most rabid wrestling aficionados." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 25, 2005
2.5/4 60%

Beyond the Sea (2005)

"It's ultimately a shallow effort." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 23, 2005
2.5/4 42%

Face (1997)

Quote not available. ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 18, 2005
2.5/4 54%

Face (2005)

"It's a tale worth telling again -- especially if you feel the material as strongly as recent Columbia film-school grad Bertha Bay-Sa Pan seems to." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 18, 2005
3/4 63%

Mail Order Wife (2005)

"A remarkably smart and weird film, even if it's sad and sometimes difficult to watch, with jokes designed to make you cringe." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 11, 2005
2/4 46%

The Boys and Girl from County Clare (2004)

"Isn't a total loss, but neither does it have the charm of The Full Monty or other feel-good indie Brit flicks it emulates." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 11, 2005
2.5/4 57%

Sheriff (2005)

"An admirably realistic portrait of police life, pointedly different from the sensationalism of TV's Cops." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 10, 2005
2/4 No Score Yet

Crazy Legs Conti (2005)

"There's a story here, but the film doesn't tell it." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 3, 2005
3/4 95%

The Best of Youth (La meglio gioventù) (2003)

"All the pieces converge in a powerful rush during the second half." ‐New York Post
Posted Mar 3, 2005
3/4 75%

The Other Side of the Street (2004)

"A mystery that isn't suspenseful so much as realistic, in which the detective's motivation is understandable and the story moves the way life does, instead of as a thrill ride." ‐New York Post
Posted Feb 25, 2005
2/4 94%

Cinévardaphoto (2005)

"Two documentaries too many." ‐New York Post
Posted Feb 17, 2005
3/4 95%

The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill (2005)

"By the end of the movie, you might find yourself so wrapped up in Bittner and the parrots that you have tears in your eyes." ‐New York Post
Posted Feb 11, 2005
3/4 87%

The Letter: An American Town and the 'Somali Invasion' (2005)

"In the last 20 minutes, the film moves as breathlessly as a Hollywood thriller -- only it's much more frightening, because it's true." ‐New York Post
Posted Feb 9, 2005
2.5/4 88%

Unscrewed (2003)

"Offers enough laughs to please even those who don't usually venture into downtown art houses." ‐New York Post
Posted Feb 9, 2005
1.5/4 50%

Freak Weather (2005)

"Mostly, Freak Weather is just pathetic." ‐New York Post
Posted Feb 2, 2005
2/4 64%

Peace, Propaganda and the Promised Land (2005)

"Often, the movie feels like sitting through a college lecture class." ‐New York Post
Posted Jan 28, 2005
0/4 1%

Alone in the Dark (2005)

"It doesn't even qualify as 'so bad it's good,' although by that standard it does have its moments." ‐New York Post
Posted Jan 28, 2005
2/4 35%

Racing Stripes (2005)

"A predictable but pleasant kids movie." ‐New York Post
Posted Jan 24, 2005
3.5/4 89%

Machuca (2004)

"Grabs our hearts by lingering over details of the trio's friendship." ‐New York Post
Posted Jan 23, 2005
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