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Theodore Strauss

Theodore Strauss
Theodore Strauss's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): New York Times

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet The Remarkable Andrew (1942) A refreshing and completely likable jape. ‐ New York Times
Posted Jan 2, 2016
2.5/5 83% Hangmen Also Die (1943) For all of Mr. Lang's finesse, his film is too patient -- it runs well over two hours -- too ponderous to hit its stride as melodrama. Nor does it match in emotional power and conviction its heroic theme. ‐ New York Times
Posted Feb 25, 2013
4/5 No Score Yet Eyes in the Night (1942) Credit the Messrs. Zinnemann and Chertok with another hectic little pulse-quickener. ‐ New York Times
Posted Nov 1, 2007
75% Das Blaue Licht (The Blue Light) (1933) A summary of the story gives no adequate idea of the beauty of the action and the remarkable camera work, especially in connection with the light effects. ‐ New York Times
Posted Oct 30, 2006
4/5 100% The Pied Piper (1942) Irresistably entertaining. ‐ New York Times
Posted Aug 8, 2006
2/5 63% Mr. & Mrs. Smith (1941) The result is a chucklesome comedy that fails to mount into a coruscating wave of laughter. ‐ New York Times
Posted Aug 8, 2006
94% The Wolf Man (1941) Without any build-up either by the scriptwriter or director, he is sent onstage, where he, looks a lot less terrifying and not nearly as funny as Mr. Disney's big, bad wolf. ‐ New York Times
Posted Aug 8, 2006
4/5 100% Kid Glove Killer (1942) A first-rate job all round. ‐ New York Times
Posted Aug 8, 2006
100% Holiday Inn (1942) Holiday Inn offers a reason for celebration not printed in red ink on the calendar. ‐ New York Times
Posted Aug 8, 2006
4.5/5 88% The Stars Look Down (1940) In The Stars Look Down Mr. Reed has made a film to be remembered in this or any other season. ‐ New York Times
Posted May 21, 2003
89% Bambi (1942) In colors that would surprise even the spectrum itself, Disney's cartoon craftsmen have re-created a woodland that shimmers and glows and darkens altogether magically. ‐ New York Times
Posted May 21, 2003