Sean Piccoli

Sean Piccoli
Sean Piccoli's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): South Florida Sun-Sentinel

Movie Reviews Only

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

Spice World (1998)

"Spiers makes what was conceived by the Fullers as an album plug play as an actual movie. Though it will doubtless pain many a critic to say so, Spice World is a kick." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Jun 21, 2016
1.5/4 32%

The Black Dahlia (2006)

"Such a baroque, incoherent mess it fails to please as a period piece or a murder mystery." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Sep 14, 2006
2.5/4 90%

Neil Young: Heart of Gold (2006)

"It shows the whole of Young's music as a well-worn mixture of brawn and grace. But it reveals the new Young album, Prairie Wind, as a sometimes musty echo of his 1972 acoustic-rock classic, Harvest." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Apr 6, 2006
3/4 77%

It's All Gone Pete Tong (2004)

"It's All Gone Pete Tong practically yanks the viewer along the wild arc of Frankie's life. But there's no other way to travel through the rock-star world he inhabits." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted May 12, 2005
2/4 42%

Beyond the Sea (2004)

"Spacey's singing turns out to be the most plausible and appealing element of Beyond the Sea. It's just about everything else that needed rethinking." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Dec 29, 2004
3/4 90%

Tom Dowd and the Language of Music (2004)

"As affectionate and energetic as its subject." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Aug 12, 2004
2.5/4 78%

Tupac: Resurrection (2003)

"It does have the limitations of the form: selective memory and admiring treatment that errs on the side of its subject. But Resurrection also humanizes Shakur even as it enshrines him and soft-pedals some difficult questions." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Nov 14, 2003

Intolerable Cruelty (2003)

"It winds up playing like a separation -- loud, overheated and messy." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Oct 10, 2003
2.5/4 92%

School of Rock (2003)

"Obvious but sometimes funny." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Oct 3, 2003
2/4 24%

Masked and Anonymous (2003)

"What Masked and Anonymous does best is bring to mind the words of another solitary dude, Clint Eastwood: 'A man's gotta know his limitations.'" ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Aug 28, 2003
2/4 66%

Brown Sugar (2002)

"This plodding romantic comedy about two friends falling in love has little of the punchy wit and storytelling dexterity that makes hip-hop a worthy source of inspiration." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Oct 11, 2002
3/4 82%

Barbershop (2002)

"A genuinely funny ensemble comedy that also asks its audience -- in a heartwarming, nonjudgmental kind of way -- to consider what we value in our daily lives." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Sep 13, 2002
3.5/4 86%

24 Hour Party People (2002)

"Think of this dizzying, sometimes surreal presentation as fabricated truth, a memoir that freely admits to coloring facts while keeping the broad essentials straight and the real names intact to expose the guilty." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Sep 5, 2002
2/4 4%

Serving Sara (2002)

"Serving Sara is fitfully funny but so threadbare in most respects that killing time is the only reason to see it." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Aug 23, 2002
2/4 54%

Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002)

"What started out as charming budget farce has become comedy by corporate affiliation." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Jul 25, 2002

Eight Legged Freaks (2002)

"Try as it might, it never equals the squirm value of Arachnophobia or the self-mocking wit of Tremors and Lake Placid." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Jul 17, 2002
2/4 14%

Crossroads (2002)

"Borrows from other movies like it in the most ordinary and obvious fashion." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Feb 15, 2002

How High (2001)

"Even when aiming low, How High is too stupid or stoned to hit many marks." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Dec 20, 2001

Grateful Dawg (2000)

"Starts to dissolve into a pleasant but overlong home movie." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Dec 7, 2001

On the Line (2001)

"This one is pretty slight." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Oct 26, 2001

Rock Star (2001)

"Writer and director are content to plod the old walk of fame without much irony or questioning." ‐South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Posted Sep 6, 2001
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