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Stephen Garrett
Stephen Garrett's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): New York Observer, Time Out

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/5 40%

The Rocker (2008)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
4/5 No Score Yet

Dinner with the President: A Nation's Journey (2008)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
2/5 36%

August (2008)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
1/5 No Score Yet

Naisu no Mori: The First Contact (2005)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
3/5 33%

Music Within (2007)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
1/5 27%

What Happens in Vegas (2008)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
5/5 100%

Voyna i Mir (War and Peace) (1967)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
1/5 17%

And Then Came Love (2007)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
4/5 77%

Virtual JFK: Vietnam If Kennedy Had Lived (2008)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
2/5 29%

The Game Plan (2007)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
4/5 85%

War Dance (2007)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
3/5 54%

The Foot Fist Way (2006)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
2/5 37%

Sydney White (2007)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
5/5 93%

It Always Rains on Sunday (1947)

"A resolutely downbeat - remarkably so for Ealing Studios - account of a day in the life of Bethnal Green..." ‐Time Out
Posted Nov 17, 2011
1/5 21%

Spread (2009)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
2/5 44%

Chandni Chowk To China (2009)

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Posted Nov 17, 2011
1/5 19%

Chapter 27 (2007)

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Posted Nov 16, 2011
3/5 33%

The Babysitters (2008)

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Posted Nov 16, 2011
1/5 39%

Henry Poole Is Here (2008)

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Posted Nov 16, 2011
4/5 100%

Sometimes a Great Notion (Never Give an Inch) (1971)

"It's not a classic, in the sense of being perfectly formed. But the craft work is one of a kind." ‐Time Out
Posted Nov 1, 2011
4/5 96%

3:10 to Yuma (1957)

"A portrait of storytelling made for and by the Silent Generation, an audience all too familiar with the world's spooky, white-knuckled moral twilight." ‐Time Out
Posted May 10, 2011
2/5 60%

That's What I Am (2011)

"Lessons are learned, bullies get their comeuppance, and every Wonder Years plot device is trotted out for maximum and-I-was-never-the-same-again nostalgia." ‐Time Out
Posted Apr 27, 2011

Inside Job (2010)

"Vivid in execution, impeccably produced and downright damning." ‐Time Out
Posted Oct 4, 2010
3/5 80%

Sequestro (kidnapping) (2010)

"There are riveting moments, especially in tastefully shot interviews with former captives, who quietly describe their physical and psychological torture." ‐Time Out
Posted Sep 9, 2010
2/5 9%

Marmaduke (2010)

"Truly a milquetoast Scooby Snack for pet-friendly families who thrill to computer-generated mouth movements on real-life four-legged critters." ‐Time Out
Posted Jun 9, 2010
3/5 75%

John Rabe (2010)

"Think of this once-removed re-creation as a melodramatic shoehorn into unspeakable despair." ‐Time Out
Posted May 19, 2010
3/5 58%

TiMER (2010)

"The lukewarm female talk occasionally grates and the men are portrayed as mind-numbingly simplistic, but on the whole this cyber-Cupid exercise is surprisingly affecting." ‐Time Out
Posted May 12, 2010
2/5 15%

A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010)

"Jackie Earle Haley's Krueger is a blast, but the child-molester twist is more depressingly clinical than dream-logic harrowing." ‐Time Out
Posted May 5, 2010
1/5 9%

Happiness Runs (2010)

"Rarely has anything so lurid seemed so downright mundane." ‐Time Out
Posted May 5, 2010
3/5 86%

The Square (2010)

"All the genre's conventions -- femme fatale, shady goons, best-laid plans spiraling out of control -- have a proper amount of verve and flair to make the whole package feel almost fresh." ‐Time Out
Posted Apr 7, 2010
2/5 0%

Breaking Point (2009)

"The whole production feels like a rejected Law & Order spec script writ (slightly) larger." ‐Time Out
Posted Dec 2, 2009
2/5 81%

That Evening Sun (2009)

"The entire exercise feels thin and reedy, trading in geriatric sentiment instead of hard-forged emotion." ‐Time Out
Posted Nov 4, 2009
1/5 39%

The Little Traitor (2009)

"Numbingly simplistic in concept and execution..." ‐Time Out
Posted Oct 14, 2009
2/5 15%

Not Forgotten (2009)

"Not Forgotten is weighted down by obvious creative choices that mar what might have played out like a telenovela episode of Twin Peaks." ‐Time Out
Posted Sep 9, 2009
3/5 40%

Donne-moi la main (Give Me Your Hand) (2009)

"What's refreshing about Pascal-Alex Vincent's dramatically thin but richly atmospheric feature debut is that it recognizes the essential truth of the conceit: all seminal voyages are journeys of heightened awareness, as visceral as they are emotional." ‐Time Out
Posted Sep 9, 2009
3/5 87%

Amreeka (2009)

"As it stands, the movie just serves up another warmed-over Ellis Island rehash." ‐Time Out
Posted Sep 2, 2009
3/5 90%

Wolke Neun (Cloud 9) (2008)

"This romance is powerful in fits and starts, capturing a golden-ager sensuality that almost never gets screen time -- at least not with this sort of unsentimental candor." ‐Time Out
Posted Aug 12, 2009
3/5 No Score Yet

Reminiscences of a journey to Lithuania (2009)

"Reality TV is junk food in comparison to this nourishing feast of human experience." ‐Time Out
Posted Aug 5, 2009
2/6 47%

The Education of Charlie Banks (2009)

"For a man prone to unleashed inhibitions, [director] Durst's creative approach feels all bottled up." ‐Time Out
Posted Mar 25, 2009
1/5 40%

My Name Is Bruce (2007)

"Add two stars-or even three-if you're as passionate about cheesy B-actor Campbell as he is about himself." ‐Time Out
Posted Feb 12, 2009
3/6 81%

Nothing But the Truth (2008)

"There's a halfway point when the rush of watching the inner machinations of power players turns into the listless predictability of a TV courtroom drama, crossed with the voyeurism of a mild grindhouse prison movie." ‐Time Out
Posted Dec 17, 2008
3/5 89%

The Firemen's Ball (1968)

"The nonprofessional actors, hammy slapstick and overwrought politics make it a better conversation piece than viewing experience." ‐Time Out
Posted Dec 10, 2008
2/6 18%

The Elephant King (2006)

"Naïveté drives the characters and the filmmaking -- a lethal combination for a movie that's desperate to come across as world-weary and wise." ‐Time Out
Posted Oct 15, 2008
2/6 29%

Forever Strong (2008)

"American rugby is the setting for this earnest sausage party of macho posturing, bro-dacious life lessons and value-focused sportsmanship that give wayward teens the strength to rise above sinful temptations." ‐Time Out
Posted Sep 24, 2008
2/6 68%

CSNY Déjà Vu (2008)

"Neil Young rolls the cameras on himself and geriatric bandmates David Crosby, Stephen Stills and Graham Nash as they tenaciously cling to social relevance by generally preaching to the converted during their 2006 antiwar Freedom of Speech tour." ‐Time Out
Posted Jul 24, 2008
2/6 87%

The Girl Who Leapt Through Time (2007)

"Young-adult in conception and execution, this award-winning animated romance with a Thanatos twist is an underdeveloped sci-fi Groundhog Day." ‐Time Out
Posted Jun 11, 2008
2/5 87%

Kung Fu Panda (2008)

"A parade of pain dominates Kung Fu Panda, which forgoes the rigors of character development for lazy, bone-crunching mayhem." ‐Time Out
Posted Jun 5, 2008
2/6 14%

The Seeker: The Dark Is Rising (2007)

"A mealy adaptation of one installment in Susan Cooper's acclaimed book series." ‐Time Out
Posted Oct 11, 2007

Kicking & Screaming (2005)

"Will Ferrell has become the most unlikely embodiment of wholesome family fun since Fred MacMurray gave up film noir for My Three Sons." ‐Time Out
Posted Aug 16, 2007

Daltry Calhoun (2005)

"The movie has its flaws, but they are few and forgivable." ‐Time Out
Posted Aug 16, 2007
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