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Travis Hoover

Travis Hoover
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/4 No Score Yet Words of My Perfect Teacher (2006) Dzongsar's blunt and dismissive tone will come as a rude shock, but the film surrounding him serves as an excellent springboard to spiritual discussion beyond its value as a stereotype-buster.‐ Film Freak Central
Read More | Posted Dec 7, 2007
72% Fido (2007) Currie's wit and aesthetic sense show that competency might yet come to Canadian film, making his debut feature all the more pleasing.‐ Exclaim!
Read More | Posted Dec 6, 2006
2/4 No Score Yet Big Trouble (1986) From the depths of the files marked 'for completists only' comes John Cassavetes' Big Trouble, a film that defies all but the most determined attempts to fit it into the master's canon.‐ Film Freak Central
Read More | Posted Aug 30, 2006
80% District B13 (Banlieue 13) (2006) There's more entertainment pound for pound here than in any other film in release: action fans, miss it at your peril.‐ Exclaim!
Read More | Posted Jun 3, 2006
79% Why We Fight (2006) [Director Eugene] Jarecki simply sets out the facts, stands back and shows you the disaster that results. See it twice.‐ Exclaim!
Read More | Posted Feb 18, 2006
2/4 96% Winged Migration (2003) Perrin steers clear of science for the sake of cornball mysticism, resulting in a film that rots the teeth as much as it dulls the mind.‐ Film Freak Central
Read More | Posted Oct 22, 2003
2.5/4 98% Spellbound (2002) The film needs to be a Hoop Dreams epic, but settles too easily for a 97-minute Kids Spell the Darndest Things.‐ Film Freak Central
Read More | Posted Oct 22, 2003
1.5/4 53% The Burial Society (2003) The Burial Society is not a dishonourable film, but following its star's lead, it's unimaginative, and its lack of self-assertion ultimately wears you down to the nub.‐ Film Freak Central
Read More | Posted Jun 6, 2003
2/4 64% The Dancer Upstairs (2002) [Malkovich] manages to reduce the talented Javier Bardem to a stunned horse and the 'Latin American' countryside to something resembling an unsalted soda cracker.‐ Travis Hoover's Days of Thunder
Read More | Posted May 3, 2003
1.5/4 79% Antwone Fisher (2002) Those looking for a successful Antwone Fisher are advised to look in Terence Davies' oeuvre, or in Lynn Ramsay's Ratcatcher, as they are eloquent enough to make their traumas live in the mind and eye.‐ Travis Hoover's Days of Thunder
Read More | Posted Dec 23, 2002
3/4 94% In the Mirror of Maya Deren (2003) A monument to an important and overlooked artist.‐ Film Freak Central
Read More | Posted Oct 24, 2002
3.5/4 96% Time Out (L' Emploi du temps) (2001) [A] rare movie that makes us re-assess the basis for our lives and evaluate what is truly ours in a world of meaningless activity.‐ Film Freak Central
Posted Jul 11, 2002
3.5/4 84% Spider (2002) After a period of indifferent projects, declining audiences, and three years of disconcerting silence, the unthinkable has become reality: David Cronenberg is back on top.‐ Film Freak Central
Read More | Posted Jun 29, 2002
3/4 80% Maya (2002) A surprisingly natural movie that could have easily degenerated into histrionics.‐ Film Freak Central
Read More | Posted Apr 16, 2002