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Sara Gebhardt

Sara Gebhardt
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

Mr. 3000 (2004)

"The script is much like a nine-inning sitcom that uses an obvious formula to tell a familiar story while garnering cheap laughs." ‐Washington Post
Posted Sep 17, 2004

Danny Deckchair (2003)

"A delightful, well-acted illustration of an unhappy person's breakout from his mundane existence." ‐Washington Post
Posted Aug 27, 2004

Without a Paddle (2004)

"The cheesy, unconvincing moments centered on the characters' serious discussions of life and friendship really seem unnatural and ruin the flow of the physical comedy." ‐Washington Post
Posted Aug 19, 2004

The Princess Diaries 2 - Royal Engagement (2004)

"Sometimes charming, sometimes a tad too silly and all the time predictable, Princess Diaries 2 gives you what you'd expect and doesn't take many chances besides allowing for the possibility that a princess might be okay without a husband." ‐Washington Post
Posted Aug 13, 2004

Yu-Gi-Oh!: The Movie (2004)

"There's nothing inspiring about Yu-Gi-Oh! The Movie, unless you count the way it compels kids to continue to support the Yu-Gi-Oh franchise." ‐Washington Post
Posted Aug 12, 2004

Little Black Book (2004)

"It's not well scripted enough or well acted enough to do much of anything, save make anyone watching really hate Brittany Murphy for being so annoying and so incredibly unlikely as a cute twenty-something Diane Sawyer wannabe." ‐Washington Post
Posted Aug 6, 2004

Sleepover (2004)

"Not overwhelmingly original or funny." ‐Washington Post
Posted Jul 9, 2004

Soul Plane (2004)

"An hour and a half of real airplane turbulence is better than sitting through the bad, offensive material that makes up Soul Plane." ‐Washington Post
Posted May 28, 2004

New York Minute (2004)

"Viewers likely will have more patience counting down the Olsen twins' last days of childhood than sitting through their film." ‐Washington Post
Posted May 7, 2004

Envy (2004)

"For an alleged comedy with such star power, Envy reeks enough to wish there was a vaporizer that would make it magically disappear." ‐Washington Post
Posted Apr 30, 2004

Laws of Attraction (2004)

"The plot, the dialogue and the main characters' love connection are basically mind-numbing, and even Parker Posey can't save the show." ‐Washington Post
Posted Apr 30, 2004

13 Going on 30 (2004)

"A film whose far-fetched foundation is overshadowed by the endearing story." ‐Washington Post
Posted Apr 23, 2004

The Prince & Me (2004)

"Nothing is new about the movie's premise, but it is entertaining all the same." ‐Washington Post
Posted Apr 2, 2004

NASCAR: The IMAX Experience (2004)

"An interesting behind-the-scenes look at one of the world's most popular spectator sports." ‐Washington Post
Posted Mar 12, 2004

Club Dread (2004)

"The film still may be too bloody and crass for some, and it's by no means hilarious, but all things considered, Club Dread lives up to expectations, which were never really that high to begin with." ‐Washington Post
Posted Feb 27, 2004

Eurotrip (2003)

"The movie misses most of what is truly funny and compelling about the universal Western European adventure." ‐Washington Post
Posted Feb 20, 2004
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