Scott Schueller

Scott Schueller

Agrees with the Tomatometer 75% of the time.

Chicago Tribune staff writer.
Baltimore Sun , Chicago Tribune , Los Angeles Times ,
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Add Date
b+ 53% Steep (2007) " It's nearly impossible to walk away without a new motivation to find what can make you feel the way these characters do." — Baltimore Sun
Posted Feb 29, 2008
3.5/4 53% Steep (2007) " Steep is one of those rare endeavors able to touch on the human condition without neglecting the film's true star: big-mountain skiing." — Chicago Tribune
Posted Jan 24, 2008
.5/4 0% One Missed Call (2008) " The script appears to blatantly rip-off plot devices and story elements from The Ring, but screenwriter Andrew Klavan avoids plagiarism by tacking on an incomprehensible second ending where Ring would have left off." — Chicago Tribune
Posted Jan 6, 2008
0/4 17% Saw IV (2007) " A film as edgy as a rubber knife." — Chicago Tribune
Posted Oct 29, 2007
2/4 28% The Game Plan (2007) " While the first three quarters of the film prove forgettable, The Game Plan rallies in the fourth quarter, when Johnson is able to sell his character's love for his daughter." —
Posted Sep 27, 2007
1.5/4 31% The Hottest State (2007) " Ethan Hawke's film, based on the novel he wrote a decade ago, should come with a warning that it may cause bruising from heavy-handed dialogue." — Chicago Tribune
Posted Sep 6, 2007
3/4 49% Hatchet (2006) " High expectations and any discerning taste should be thrown out the window for a film of Hatchet's budget. That accomplished, audiences will find a gem of an intentionally bad movie." — Chicago Tribune
Posted Sep 6, 2007
4/4 96% The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters (2007) " Take maniacal classic video game champion Billy Mitchell, questionable video game world-record organization Twin Galaxies and unemployed dad Steve Wiebe vying to usurp the champ and you've got a great story." — Chicago Tribune
Posted Aug 23, 2007
1/4 18% Rush Hour 3 (2007) " Instead of introducing a new protagonist (e.g. Chris Rock in Lethal Weapon IV) or a fresh plot to reconnect with the audience, Rush Hour 3 bludgeons us with the same old shtick." — Chicago Tribune
Posted Aug 9, 2007
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