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Van Gordon Sauter

Van Gordon Sauter
Van Gordon Sauter's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Variety

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet In a New Light '92 (1992) It is a dazzling two hours, all the more striking in that ABC is donating its net advertising proceeds from the special to AIDS education, prevention and support services.‐ Variety
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No Score Yet Desperate Passage: Father/Son (1990) The three combinations here are easy to root for, which is not to say they seem guaranteed winners. ‐ Variety
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No Score Yet The Comrades of Summer (1992) Robert Rodat's script for this high-concept comedy is mechanical, and the direction by Tommy Lee Wallach is routine at best.‐ Variety
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No Score Yet Keep the Change (1992) The pace is leisurely, the characters richly nuanced and the story filled with interesting turns. Mix that with the Yellowstone River and the Absaroka Mountain Range, and one has a delightful dramatic and comedic escape.‐ Variety
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No Score Yet Color Adjustment (1991) This fascinating, provocative and quietly adversarial documentary examines the roles of blacks in prime time TV.‐ Variety
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No Score Yet Afterburn (1992) This would have been a better film if the enemy had some credible personification, other than bumbling officers and sleazy lawyers.‐ Variety
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No Score Yet Calendar Girl, Cop, Killer? Bambi Bembenek (1992) Director Jerry London has merged the script, performances and staging into a drama that gives us remarkable access to this intriguing woman, but not so much access that we can see into her soul. ‐ Variety
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No Score Yet Sexual Advances (1992) The cast is thoroughly convincing, and one senses that director Donna Deitch got as good a film as the story would allow. She can be credited with an honorable effort.‐ Variety
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No Score Yet Strangers (1991) This story is even less nuanced than those in that banal old HBO potboiler series The Hitchhiker.‐ Variety
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No Score Yet Red Shoe Diaries (1992) The performers have no alternative but to play to the level of their material (written by Patricia Knop and Zalman King), which makes them more objects of sympathy than involvement. ‐ Variety
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No Score Yet The House on Sycamore Street (1992) Everything about this telepic-performances, technical credits, screenplay, direction-is just fine. No more, no less. Its most compelling characteristic is a well-intended and fully realized innocuousness.‐ Variety
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No Score Yet Baby Snatcher (1992) This is a finely structured, well-acted and deftly produced drama. ‐ Variety
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2018