Sean Rom

Sean Rom

Agrees with the Tomatometer 84% of the time.

Sean Rom's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Trespass

Movie Reviews Only

Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review

Crazy, Stupid, Love. (2011)

"Its own brand of sitcomy sickly sweetness isn't all that bad." ‐ Trespass
Posted Sep 29, 2011

Submarine (2011)

"Writer/director Richard Ayoade, who has directed some music videos, displays a hand behind the camera that is not only sure but also capable of unique feeling and wit." ‐ Trespass
Posted Sep 9, 2011

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 (2011)

"This installment clocks in as the shortest Harry Potter film yet, but it sacrifices little in terms of thrills and tears, and has some seriously cool special effects." ‐ Trespass
Posted Jul 12, 2011

Incendies (2011)

"If Incendies is not a perfect film, it is a bold, immersive, searching, angry and haunting one; all signs of great filmmaking." ‐ Trespass
Posted Apr 20, 2011

Arthur (2011)

"Brand may be an actor of limited talents, but he is funny and so is Arthur." ‐ Trespass
Posted Apr 20, 2011

Paul (2011)

"The film can be summed up by its affectionate parody E.T in the finale: amiable and inoffensive but completely inferior to the classic films it references." ‐ Trespass
Posted Apr 13, 2011

The Company Men (2011)

"A solid and intelligent debut feature, if one of dubious appeal to mainstream audiences." ‐ Trespass
Posted Mar 8, 2011

Certified Copy (Copie Conforme) (2011)

"Certified Copy can be seen as a critique of the romantic film genre, as a slap in the face to an audience expecting an 'original' story and as a hearty post-modern poke to the concept of originality in general." ‐ Trespass
Posted Feb 15, 2011

True Grit (2010)

"True Grit is exceptionally entertaining and is probably the first in the Coen canon that could almost be categorized as a family film. Almost." ‐ Trespass
Posted Jan 24, 2011

Dinner for Schmucks (2010)

"Remarkably, they have managed to take a very funny original film, some very talented comedians and created an experience akin to a dentist visit. " ‐ Trespass
Posted Sep 29, 2010

Tomorrow, When the War Began (2012)

"The film wants to be slick entertainment and is for the most part so relentlessly paced that emotional engagement is near impossible. This is definitely not a boring film. It just could have been a lot better." ‐ Trespass
Posted Sep 1, 2010

The Kids Are All Right (2010)

"One of the most compelling cinematic depictions of family life to come along for some time. " ‐ Trespass
Posted Aug 30, 2010

Shrek Forever After (2010)

"Too willing to slavishly pillage from the original film, right down to similar montage sequences with the same "Smash Mouth" style soft rock musical accompaniment. It is all perfectly competent, reasonably amusing and completely unimaginative." ‐ Trespass
Posted Jun 16, 2010