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Shaun Sages

Shaun Sages
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/4 87% Mystic River (2003) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Oct 12, 2003
A- 75% Intolerable Cruelty (2003) The Coen brothers test the boundaries of mainstream cinema while retaining their quirky and idiosyncratic trademarks. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Oct 6, 2003
A- 95% Lost In Translation (2003) Lost In Translation exudes a hypnotic atmosphere that is impossible to resist. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Sep 8, 2003
3/4 52% The Holy Land (2003) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Aug 18, 2003
3.0/4 79% Open Range (2003) Kevin Costner makes Westerns as good as he does baseball films, and Open Range is no exception. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Aug 13, 2003
3/4 37% Le Divorce (2003) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Aug 10, 2003
B- 54% American Wedding (2003) For this third installment of the American Pie films, writer Adam Herz pens some of the funniest situations since curious high-school senior Jim Levinstein first made love to an apple-pie. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Jul 30, 2003
C- 6% Gigli (2003) Gigli is living proof that films require more than a deviation from the standard formula to be enjoyable. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Jul 29, 2003
A 87% 28 Days Later (2003) Taps into emotions most films couldn't infiltrate if they tried. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Jun 25, 2003
B- 36% 2 Fast 2 Furious (2003) 2 Fast 2 Furious is designed solely to satiate the most joystick-hungry teenager. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Jun 4, 2003
2/4 73% The Matrix Reloaded (2003) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted May 14, 2003
B 37% Spun (2003) Spun is more of a visceral experience than a coherent, plot-driven film. Acknowledge that, and you might enjoy yourself. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Mar 10, 2003
1/4 20% Boxhead Revolution (2002) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 11, 2003
3/4 85% Spider (2002) Spider is David Cronenberg's most mature film to date. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 9, 2003
A 79% Punch-Drunk Love (2002) ...any film that's as magically uplifting as this would leave you salivating for an encore. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
C- 79% Antwone Fisher (2002) ...so aggressive in its methods of forcing us to pity and sympathize with the title character, that at times this form of manipulation becomes intolerable. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
C 15% I Spy (2002) Yet another generic buddy cop movie... ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
C 75% Gangs of New York (2002) ...bludgeoned by rough cuts and insipid voice-overs that reveal [Scorsese's] desperation and/or frustration resulting from nearly two years of post-production. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
A- 91% Adaptation (2002) ...one of 2002's freshest breaths of air. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
C- 21% Empire (2002) ...an uninspired gangster movie that plays like a modern-day retelling of superior crime films such as Scarface and Carlito's Way. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
A- 72% Auto Focus (2002) This is one cold film. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
B- 43% The Rules of Attraction (2002) ...comprised of many stylish scenes, all nicely composed and enjoyable to watch, but they never benefit the story - mainly because there isn't one. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
B- 63% Moonlight Mile (2002) ...deals with the grimness of unjust loss in an unusually lighthearted manner, yet never makes grieving look like jolly fun. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
A- 81% One Hour Photo (2002) For the majority of its running time, One Hour Photo maintains an atmosphere of sheer discomfort; evoking the same uneasiness people experience during blind-dates. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
C 48% XXX (2002) ...xXx ; one of the biggest, rowdiest, bullet-frenzied action movies ever made. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
C- 22% The Tuxedo (2002) Studio executives must constantly ponder which comedic actor should Jackie Chan pair with for his next buddy-action-comedy. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
C 38% Sweet Home Alabama (2002) Relying on leftover charm from Legally Blonde , the 2001 summer sleeper hit, Sweet Home Alabama is another predictable star-vehicle made to cash-in on the lucrative charisma of its leading lady. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
B 75% Secretary (2002) Exploring the kinky realm of bondage and sadomasochism, Steven Shainberg's Secretary is not by any means an average love-story, and that isn't because it substitutes ***-spankings for automatic sex. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
B 75% Igby Goes Down (2002) Structured in loose 70's-filmmaking fashion, where character nuances matter more than plot developments, the atypical Igby Goes Down is a fresh throwback to such classics as The Last Detail... ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
A- 81% Road to Perdition (2002) In the age of The Sopranos and revved-up Scorsese type mobster flicks, it's soothing to see a traditional mafia story elegantly unravel as opposed to those lightening-fast cliched ones with bloody noses and ounces of cocaine crammed into every scen ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
B 74% Signs (2002) With a little subtlety, Signs could have been [Shyamalan's] greatest film to date. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
C 51% Simone (2002) Niccol seems to have remade The Truman Show as a Hollywood satire. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
C- 61% Blue Crush (2002) Thunderous waves collide with flesh and wooden surfboards in Blue Crush , a vapid gender-flipping sports movie indistinguishable from recent formulaic duds like the estrogen-fueled Coyote Ugly and Summer Catch. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
B- 27% Amy's O (Amy's Orgasm) (Why Love Doesn't Work) (2002) narrative may be looser than baby teeth, but Amy's Orgasm is such a verbosely in-depth exploration of female sensuality and identity. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
B- 92% The Kid Stays in the Picture (2002) Nanette Burstein and Brett Morgen's innovative documentary, The Kid Stays In the Picture , is thoroughly dedicated to waxing their subject's ego. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
C- 12% Halloween: Resurrection (2002) No new plot conceptions or environmental changes, just different bodies for sharp objects to rip through. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
B- 78% Tadpole (2002) What begins as a film in the tradition of The Graduate quickly switches into something more recyclable than significant. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
B- 22% Mr. Deeds (2002) Laugh-wise, Mr. Deeds is all hit and miss...jokes work much better when they're not deliberately cut into a scene, and out of place, simply to get a cheap rise out of the audience. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 8, 2003
2/4 60% Little Secrets (2002) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 7, 2003
3.5/4 96% Catch Me If You Can (2002) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 7, 2003
2/4 54% Austin Powers in Goldmember (2002) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 7, 2003
3/4 47% The Banger Sisters (2002) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 7, 2003
2/4 9% Stealing Harvard (2002) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 7, 2003
3/4 72% Intacto (2002) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 7, 2003
2/4 24% A Guy Thing (2003) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 7, 2003
3/4 67% CQ (2002) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 7, 2003
2/4 65% Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (2002) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 7, 2003
2.5/4 38% She Gets What She Wants (2005) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 7, 2003
2/4 48% City by the Sea (2002) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 7, 2003
1.5/4 79% Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2003) Quote not available. ‐ Movie Navigator
Posted Feb 7, 2003