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Scott Andrews

Scott Andrews
Scott Andrews's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): FilmFocus

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
2/5 38% Flightplan (2005) Quote not available. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Dec 6, 2005
5/5 82% Serenity (2005) You don't have to have seen the show to enjoy the film (although we do recommend you go out and buy the DVD set of Firefly because it's bogglingly good). ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Oct 15, 2005
1/5 No Score Yet The Last Mitterrand (2005) Quote not available. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Sep 4, 2005
3/5 65% Danny the Dog (2005) A pretty weird flick. But it's got some good stuff in it. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Aug 25, 2005
3/5 88% Festival (2005) You'll leave the cinema satisfied by the unexpected richness of the tales. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Aug 25, 2005
95/100 75% Crash (2004) Compelling, brilliant, gripping, funny, constantly surprising - this is everything cinema should be. Go see, go see. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Aug 7, 2005
75/100 38% The Skeleton Key (2005) A thoroughly gripping slice of American Gothic. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Aug 3, 2005
72/100 85% The Descent (2006) Far too gory for any but the very strongest of stomachs, this is nonetheless intelligent and well constructed horror fare. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Jul 10, 2005
60/100 77% It's All Gone Pete Tong (2004) Kaye manages to conjure a fully realized character where there could so easily have been a shambling collection of clichés. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Jun 4, 2005
90/100 37% A Good Woman (2006) Beautifully adapted, ravishingly filmed and perfectly performed, this movie oozes class from every frame. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted May 21, 2005
40/100 23% The Amityville Horror (2005) I can't escape the feeling that if you were to put me in a room with an editing machine, the raw footage, and a collection of sound effects, I could have made a better film. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted May 14, 2005
60/100 92% Tarnation (2004) Full of real humanity and occasional insight, this is not the most feelgood movie you'll see this year, but in its total honesty it does manage to be important and moving. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted May 1, 2005
80/100 83% The League of Gentlemen's Apocalypse (2005) Thankfully, not only have the League pulled it off magnificently, but they have remembered the most important thing of all -- how to be very, very funny indeed. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Apr 26, 2005
75/100 39% Sahara (2005) A really, really dumb film, but it's lots and lots of fun and entirely lacking in malice. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Apr 23, 2005
65/100 86% A Way of Life (2004) Amma Asante is a major talent who promises great things. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Apr 23, 2005
80/100 56% The Interpreter (2005) A very old fashioned thriller that successfully uses tried and trusted techniques and craft but slaves them to a story reflecting very modern concerns and issues. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Apr 17, 2005
70/100 60% The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005) I loved this film. It's faithful, irreverent, fun, funny and in no way the disrespectful waste of celluloid Adams fans had secretly been dreading. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Apr 15, 2005
70/100 53% Melinda and Melinda (2005) Engaging, well performed, cleverly constructed and both tragic and comic as befits its objectives. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Mar 24, 2005
40/100 10% Elektra (2005) There's better superhero action in Hellboy or Spiderman, and there's more enjoyable Jennifer Garner fare in 13 Going On 30. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Jan 24, 2005
60/100 81% Ray (2004) A good film but not a great one. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Jan 24, 2005
90/100 44% National Treasure (2004) This is a bravura film that genuinely understands the nature of true family entertainment and provides it in spades. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Jan 15, 2005
70/100 87% Look at Me (2005) A wry, understated, comic gem populated with wonderful characters, fine performances and, crucially, a great amount of compassion. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Nov 22, 2004
85/100 65% We Don't Live Here Anymore (2004) Occasionally difficult to watch, but always gripping, and full of hard, painful truths, this is adult film making at its very best. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Oct 24, 2004
65/100 No Score Yet It's enjoyable, colourful, exuberant and ultimately a surprisingly faithful adaptation of a near perfect book. ‐ FilmFocus
Posted Oct 20, 2004