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Tony Nigro

Tony Nigro
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
90% Tokyo Godfathers (2003) Like the best intellectual anime, Tokyo Godfathers employs its plethora of references to maximum effect.‐ Flak Magazine
Read More | Posted Jun 8, 2018
86% Metropolis (2002) That parts of Metropolis are patchwork on paper does not stop its fiercely artistic originality. ‐ Flak Magazine
Read More | Posted Jun 5, 2018
19% House of 1000 Corpses (2003) The ride can be brutally fun, but the movie really leaves you with little more than thoughts like, "Rob Zombie likes cowboy hats."‐ Flak Magazine
Read More | Posted Jun 4, 2018
39% The Grudge (2004) The Grudge maintains considerable integrity for a remake, probably because it's more of a revisiting...There is some terrifying stuff in this movie - although you should expect that from a director on his fifth try.‐ Flak Magazine
Read More | Posted Jun 4, 2018
41% Freddy vs. Jason (2003) It may be bad, but it's bad fun. And that's more than most new horror can claim.‐ Flak Magazine
Read More | Posted Jun 4, 2018
65% Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (Kaubôi Bibappu: Tengoku no Tobira) (2003) An undeniably entertaining and infinitely hip movie. ‐ Flak Magazine
Read More | Posted Jun 1, 2018
74% The Cat's Meow (2001) Though entertaining in a roaring-'20s way, you leave the movie wondering whether Bogdanovich and Peros wanted to tell a love story or lambaste the world it's set in, because neither complements the other.‐ Flak Magazine
Read More | Posted May 30, 2018
16% The Big Bounce (2004) It makes for some good beach noir, but you also get the feeling that both director and cast approached their jobs as if they were paid Club Med vacation.‐ Flak Magazine
Read More | Posted May 30, 2018
40% Anything Else (2003) Anything Else is best understood by the unpopular stance of admitting a distinction between Woody Allen the man and Woody Allen the character... Anything Else deconstructs the character, giving us a grim view of who he might become.‐ Flak Magazine
Read More | Posted May 29, 2018