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Stephan Lee

Stephan Lee
Stephan Lee's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Entertainment Weekly

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
B 45% Yves Saint Laurent (2014) Scenes between YSL and rock-steady lover Pierre BergĂ© (Guillaume Gallienne) spark, but the film stays too reverent to truly turn heads. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Dec 3, 2014
B 69% They Came Together (2014) Rom-com tropes like the ''meet-cute'' are so tired that you can't just spoof them -- you have to spoof the spoofs, which this winking David Wain-Michael Showalter parody mostly succeeds at doing. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Dec 3, 2014
C- 20% Affluenza (2014) The generational conflict -- overly ambitious parents and their disaffected millennial children -- plays so on-the-nose it almost seems like satire, but it's really just bad writing. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Dec 2, 2014
B 44% Planes: Fire And Rescue (2014) Canny references to '70s television and some genuinely funny moments will give grown-ups enough fuel to cross the finish line. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Jul 17, 2014
D 8% A Haunted House 2 (2014) You don't walk into a movie like A Haunted House 2 expecting anything remotely scary or serious, but you don't expect to walk out feeling a terrible sense of dread, either. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Apr 18, 2014
C+ 21% Son Of God (2014) At best, this version succeeds as a Sunday school supplement. But the blandness is enough to make you long for Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Mar 2, 2014
C 17% Free Birds (2013) Often, you can point to a middling animated film's visuals as its saving grace. But this colonial world, which should feel like an expansive autumnal panorama, feels oddly inert and two-dimensional. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Oct 30, 2013
B+ 64% Epic (2013) The story lacks the specialness of a Pixar movie - it retreads the same eco-battle archetypes as FernGully and Avatar - but it's a perfectly appealing explosion of color for a lazy summer day. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted May 22, 2013
A- 96% Monsters, Inc. (2001) It may be harder nowadays to dazzle audiences with fancy visual effects, but Monsters, Inc. 3D proves that smart, imaginative storytelling still does the trick every time. ‐ Entertainment Weekly
Posted Dec 19, 2012