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Vic Vogler

Vic Vogler
Vic Vogler's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Denver Post

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
2.5/4 38% The Skeleton Key (2005) The Skeleton Key opens a very different door into its tale of black magic in a Louisiana plantation home. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Aug 12, 2005
1.5/4 9% Deuce Bigalow: European Gigolo (2005) Schneider, who co-wrote the script, has succeeded in making a film that's nearly review-proof: Most of the dialogue -- packed with names for fictitious sex acts and the gigolos who perfect them -- is unrepeatable in a newspaper. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Aug 12, 2005
2/4 50% Code 46 (2004) More a collage than a movie. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Sep 10, 2004
2.5/4 86% Crimson Gold (2004) The movie can feel slow and tedious, but the supper it makes us work for is nourishing. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Jun 25, 2004
3/4 63% Two Men Went to War (2004) Endearing little film. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Jun 4, 2004
1.5/4 68% Japanese Story (2003) Fails to engage us in the lives of its characters because it never really introduces them. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Apr 9, 2004
3/4 89% Im Juli. (In July) (2001) The journey's the thing, and nearly every kilometer of it holds adventure, charm and laughter. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Dec 19, 2003
2.5/4 78% Bubba Ho-Tep (2003) Bubba Ho-Tep succeeds as goofy-yet- tender wish fulfillment, offering an Elvis who tries to redeem his self-indulgent persona and become a hero. It fails as the sort of Campbell vehicle that wears out VCRs and haunts midnight-movie houses. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Nov 21, 2003
3/4 82% Derrida (2002) Exhibits a devotion to its subject that just might drive you to his books and make you wish for tea with the man who wrote them. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Oct 24, 2003
3/4 54% A Wedding for Bella (2003) After sampling the crostini and extended-family love baked by the Brothers Pyzola, you might make the Biscotti Co. a second home. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Sep 20, 2003
2.5/4 52% The Holy Land (2003) Gorlin lacks a coherent recipe for his savory ingredients. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Sep 12, 2003
4/4 94% Dirty Pretty Things (2003) Few movies create such perfect pitch among character, plot and setting. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Aug 15, 2003
3/4 80% I Capture the Castle (2003) Never shies from indulging us and our desire for a gentle and generous world that doesn't slip into easy answers. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Jul 25, 2003
3/4 35% Levity (2003) Slow and satisfying. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Jun 27, 2003
2/4 79% Owning Mahowny (2003) Collapses into a public service announcement on gambling. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Jun 13, 2003
2.5/4 64% Cowboy Bebop: The Movie (Kaubôi Bibappu: Tengoku no Tobira) (2003) The movie, with room to gallop through nearly two hours and an R rating, often just kicks around in the stable. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Jun 6, 2003
3/4 85% Chaos (2003) The men, filled with brutality and neglect, make for rather obvious targets, yet we come to care about the women in their lives beyond any agenda Chaos might have. ‐ Denver Post
Posted May 23, 2003
3/4 44% XX/XY (2003) XX/XY expresses and explores this universal yearning without becoming stuck in it. In this and many other respects, few movies are so mature and satisfying. ‐ Denver Post
Posted May 16, 2003
85% Nowhere in Africa (Nirgendwo in Afrika) (2001) The film has the glorious sweep of an epic. ‐ Denver Post
Posted May 9, 2003
2.5/4 64% The Shape Of Things (2002) Intellectually, Shape is a tour de force that can't be dismissed merely for the coldness it makes us feel. Artistically, it should have been called 'Abandon Hope All Ye Who Enter Here.' ‐ Denver Post
Posted May 9, 2003
3/4 88% A Mighty Wind (2003) Guest's previous films offer essential windows into the absurd and the lovable and, in its own way, so does his latest. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Apr 16, 2003
3.5/4 78% The Good Thief (2003) Jordan's approach assumes a certain intelligence, and attentiveness, in his audience, but his joyride through the French Riviera always keeps us belted in. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Apr 11, 2003
2.5/4 68% Laurel Canyon (2003) Never reaches the bar it sets for itself. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Apr 4, 2003
4/4 85% Spider (2002) A dark, brilliant journey into memory and schizophrenia whose peeled-back layers reveal an unexpected heroism. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Mar 28, 2003
21% Basic (2003) John Travolta is having fun -- a lot of it -- and that may be all the reason you need to wedge Basic into your post-Oscars film schedule. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Mar 28, 2003
2.5/4 49% The Safety of Objects (2001) In boldly departing from the safety of a strong, unifying plot, Troche makes virtual objects of her characters by showing us plenty that intrigues and not enough that enlightens. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Mar 14, 2003
3/4 29% The Hunted (2003) An intense, if terse, character study that does not let us settle into comfortable delineations of good and evil. ‐ Denver Post
Posted Mar 14, 2003