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Stephen Becker
Stephen Becker's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Dallas Morning News

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
B 78%

Burn After Reading (2008)

"As a chance to watch a gaggle of Serious Actors ham it up in an intricately plotted (though easy to follow) yarn, it's a well-executed diversion." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Sep 12, 2008
B 93%

U2 3D (2007)

"A glasses-required experiment that pushes the boundaries of the concert doc yet keeps one foot planted in the conventional concrete. Rarely has a film attained such moments of exhilaration while also leaving the viewer with some level of disappointment." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Jan 22, 2008
B+ 96%

Ratatouille (2007)

"Pixar, the undisputed heavyweight champion of the animation world, retains the title with this winning tale." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Jun 29, 2007
A- 70%

Cowboy del Amor (2006)

"This charming documentary follows Ivan Thompson, the self-proclaimed 'Cowboy Cupid,' as he finds Mexican brides for American men who feel they've exhausted their options on their side of the border." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Mar 2, 2006
C- 40%

The Second Chance (2006)

"Sure, there are lots of positive messages about following your calling and seeing how others live, but that message would better resonate with the audience if the story wasn't so bland." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Feb 16, 2006
C 19%

Firewall (2006)

"Do Clear and Present Danger or Air Force One ring a bell? If not, get thee to Blockbuster, as those films follow a similar outline to greater effect than does Firewall." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Feb 9, 2006
B 40%

End of the Spear (2006)

"Under Jim Hanon's direction, the film manages to get its point across without coming off as heavy-handed or overtly religious." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Jan 19, 2006
D+ 38%

Margaret Cho: Assassin (2005)

"Ms. Cho's commentaries come across as mere rants, lacking the fresh comedic spin necessary to carry a concert film." ‐Dallas Morning News
Posted Sep 2, 2005
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