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      Patrick Goldstein

      Patrick Goldstein's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer® when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Los Angeles Times

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      Deadly Friend (1986) There are plenty of shocks, and even a tinge of sadness, in this nifty little thriller, but not enough razor-edge electricity. - Los Angeles Times
      Read More | Posted Dec 09, 2022
      From the Hip (1987) It's such an embarrassingly lame comedy that you could easily imagine some mischievous attorney filing suit -- for defamation of the entire profession. - Los Angeles Times
      Read More | Posted Sep 25, 2021
      Crimes of Passion (1984) Turner acts if she's auditioning for some loopy Mae West impersonation contest. Eyes wide and nostrils flaring, she looks like a doe caught in the glare of a hunter's headlights. Perkins is her perfect body double. - Los Angeles Times
      Read More | Posted Jun 23, 2021
      Sex Ed (2014) "Sex Ed" is a likable little comedy that features such a well-conceived and portrayed main character it makes up for the film's slender concept and leaps in logic. - Los Angeles Times
      Read More | Posted Nov 07, 2014
      Dangerously Close (1986) Dangerously Close is more than just a stylish shocker. It captures the ugly underside of a new teen-age obsession, forcing us to marvel at its ferocity and shudder at its possible consequences. - Los Angeles Times
      Read More | Posted Jul 15, 2014
      Pretty in Pink (1986) These kids have a bumpy ride, but this is one film that identifies with their passions instead of indulging them, giving us a perfect back-seat view of kids out cruising, not for kicks but for a hard-earned sense of pride. - Los Angeles Times
      Read More | Posted Jun 09, 2014
      American Anthem (1986) It's a pretty ridiculous story, and screenwriters Evan Archerd and Jeff Benjamin never figure out a way to generate any real suspense, drama or inspiration. - Los Angeles Times
      Read More | Posted May 05, 2014
      Three Amigos! (1986) [Three Amigos is] a goofy delight. It's like a cross between a big-budget Three Stooges movie and a Hope-Crosby road picture, with dozens of old cowpoke gags thrown in to spice up the brew. - Los Angeles Times
      Read More | Posted Apr 25, 2014
      Ferris Bueller's Day Off (1986) What should've been a joyful romp turns into a stale, sour-edged celebration of the New Conformist, an affluent, technology-addled cherub without a rebellious whim in his brain. - Los Angeles Times
      Read More | Posted Apr 23, 2014
      The Fly (1986) What makes The Fly such a stunning piece of obsessive film making is the way Cronenberg deftly allows us to identify with his monstrous creation. - Los Angeles Times
      Read More | Posted Aug 04, 2013
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