Scott Henderson

Scott Henderson

Agrees with the Tomatometer 66% of the time.

Scott Henderson's reviews (from any publication) always count toward the Tomatometer because this critic is a Tomatometer-approved critic.

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
4/5 97%

Red Army (2015)

"It's a wonderful piece of historical storytelling, bittersweet and at times quite moving." ‐ The List
Posted Oct 4, 2015

127 Hours (2010)

"127 Hours represents a moment of Darwinism personified and Danny Boyle a filmmaker with his finger pressed firmly against the pulse of human potential." ‐ The Vine
Posted Feb 8, 2011

True Grit (2010)

"True Grit is essential viewing, a significant installment in the Coen brothers' exploration of what it means to be an American and just a damn good yarn." ‐ The Vine
Posted Jan 24, 2011

The Green Hornet (2011)

"And now here it is, and we see it really was a joke after all. Thing is, it's supposed to be. " ‐ The Vine
Posted Jan 19, 2011

Unstoppable (2010)

"Unstoppable certainly is nail-biting -- if only for the furious editing, swooping cameras, crash zooms and thunderous soundtrack. It's a shame that it's impossible to escape the sense of autopilot that pervades." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Jan 4, 2011

Machete (2010)

"The exposition-heavy dialogue and barrage of one-liners all fall terribly flat and what should be a fun romp feels more like a cinematic chore" ‐ The Vine
Posted Nov 8, 2010
5/5 96%

The Social Network (2010)

"Fincher has delivered his best work since Seven. An even better period drama than Zodiac and even more relevant to our generation today than Fight Club." ‐ The Vine
Posted Oct 25, 2010

Red (2010)

"Expendable? Perhaps. Better RED than dead? Most definitely." ‐ FILMINK (Australia)
Posted Oct 25, 2010

Let Me In (2010)

"Compliments where they are due to director Reeves for bringing it all together. Turns out there's room in the world for more than one movie about vampires... who'd have thought it. " ‐ The Vine
Posted Oct 11, 2010

The Town (2010)

"Only now does it seem the older Affleck's career rehabilitation is fully complete with the arrival of his second accomplished directorial outing, The Town. " ‐ The Vine
Posted Oct 6, 2010

I'm Still Here (2010)

"Taken as satire, where Phoenix is the Trickster, I'm Still Here is a rare piece of provocation cinema, infiltrating the mainstream and casting an ugly light on a torrid, superficial society. " ‐ The Vine
Posted Oct 6, 2010

Buried (2010)

"If you think you're brave enough, and even if you aren't, Buried demands to be experienced on the big screen in all its suffocating, claustrophobic glory. " ‐ The Vine
Posted Oct 5, 2010