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      Giant Freakin Robot is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer® when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Annie Banks, Brent McKnight, Drew Dietsch, Joshua Tyler.

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      Turning Red (2022) Drew Dietsch Turning Red will make some folks uncomfortable with its themes and its turned-up-to-11 energy, but its a worthwhile addition to the Pixar canon and a good treat for anyone who is still young at heart.
      Posted Mar 18, 2022
      The Adam Project (2022) Drew Dietsch The Adam Project is boring fodder for the content mill.
      Posted Mar 11, 2022
      The Batman (2022) Drew Dietsch Somehow, through dark magic and incredible craftsmanship, The Batman has managed to bring some truly fresh and invigorating elements to the franchise that are sorely needed.
      Posted Mar 04, 2022
      The Matrix Resurrections (2021) Drew Dietsch Wild, complex, energetic, heartfelt, thrilling, meditative, and utterly assured in itself. So, it's another Matrix movie.
      Posted Dec 22, 2021
      Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021) Drew Dietsch Spider-Man: No Way Home feels like the worst kind of comic book storytelling: it only exists to heap fan-service upon the viewer and create a new foundation to build upon.
      Posted Dec 16, 2021
      Halloween Kills (2021) Drew Dietsch There is no doubt that Halloween Kills is in contention for the worst major studio release of the year, certainly when it comes to horror.
      Posted Oct 16, 2021
      Cry Macho (2021) Drew Dietsch It's very possible we'll see Eastwood in a starring role after this, but if we didn't, Cry Macho is a fond enough farewell to a Hollywood titan.
      Posted Sep 17, 2021
      The Suicide Squad (2021) Drew Dietsch The Suicide Squad is the best DC movie in decades. A high watermark for comic book cinema and blockbusters in general. Hilarious, horrifying, and heartfelt in equal measure.
      Posted Aug 06, 2021
      Jungle Cruise (2021) Drew Dietsch Jungle Cruise is as airy and inert as the static mannequins that fill the actual theme park attraction.
      Posted Jul 30, 2021
      Black Widow (2021) Drew Dietsch [Black Widow is] not the worst Marvel Cinematic Universe movie, but it is easily one of the blandest.
      Posted Jul 09, 2021
      The Tomorrow War (2021) Drew Dietsch The Tomorrow War has big "lazy Sunday movie on TNT" energy and that is not a compliment.
      Posted Jul 05, 2021
      Mortal Kombat (2021) Drew Dietsch A decent if forgettable experience that will likely sate the fans looking for the franchise's signature gore and fantasy violence.
      Posted Apr 22, 2021
      Zack Snyder's Justice League (2021) Drew Dietsch Zack Snyder's Justice League is unquestionably a well-crafted movie... and is vastly superior to its maligned theatrical version.
      Posted Mar 15, 2021
      Outside the Wire (2021) Drew Dietsch Outside the Wire has the overall feel of a lazy Sunday afternoon cable movie that your dad would have probably liked.
      Posted Jan 15, 2021
      Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) Drew Dietsch Wonder Woman 1984 recalls the kind of warm but welcomingly hokey nature of Sam Raimi's Spider-Man films when they were at their best.
      Posted Dec 22, 2020
      Greenland (2020) Brent McKnight Big and booming, there's plenty of bombastic thrills and brink-of-annihilation action, with just enough human connection to keep viewers engaged.
      Posted Dec 21, 2020
      Mank (2020) Drew Dietsch Mank is sure to be one of the best head-scratchers of the year.
      Posted Dec 04, 2020
      Fatman (2020) Drew Dietsch Fatman is like getting a decent pair of socks under the tree. You're thankful for them, but they aren't gonna be the gifts you remember.
      Posted Nov 24, 2020
      LEGO Star Wars Holiday Special (2020) Drew Dietsch It's certainly a more pleasant and palatable experience than the original Star Wars Holiday Special, but it's not nearly as memorable.
      Posted Nov 17, 2020
      The Craft: Legacy (2020) Drew Dietsch [The Craft: Legacy has] a lack of effective comedy, an extremely mishandled villain, and a script that never feels as committed as the actresses that are on the screen.
      Posted Oct 28, 2020
      Borat Subsequent Moviefilm (2020) Drew Dietsch ...there is no question that Borat 2 is the funniest film of the year in a year where laughs are few and far between.
      Posted Oct 21, 2020
      Love and Monsters (2020) Drew Dietsch If not for the legitimately delightful monster sequences, [Love and Monsters] would rate a lot lower. Instead, it just manages to get a passing grade.
      Posted Oct 15, 2020
      The Mist (2007) Drew Dietsch ...those who can stomach [The Mist] are likely to walk away with one of the most memorable monster movie experiences they have ever had.
      Posted Oct 08, 2020
      Hubie Halloween (2020) Drew Dietsch On its own, Hubie Halloween is a mediocre but mostly harmless little comedy. When grading on the Adam Sandler curve, it passes with flying colors.
      Posted Oct 07, 2020
      Ava (2020) Drew Dietsch By the end of the movie, Ava comes across less like a feature film and more like a weak pilot for a show that never got picked up to series.
      Posted Sep 22, 2020
      Cuties (2020) Drew Dietsch Cuties is the kind of movie that is actually a very impressive piece of filmmaking and storytelling, but its subject matter and depictions make it impossible to recommend.
      Posted Sep 10, 2020
      Mulan (2020) Drew Dietsch The Disney remakes have been far more miss than hit, and Mulan is one of their most massive misses.
      Posted Sep 07, 2020
      Tenet (2020) Drew Dietsch Devoid of soul and verve, Tenet is a winning science project but a failure as a piece of art.
      Posted Sep 06, 2020
      Bill & Ted Face the Music (2020) Drew Dietsch Face the Music isn't going to save the world, but it will remind you that the world is worth saving.
      Posted Aug 28, 2020
      You Cannot Kill David Arquette (2020) Drew Dietsch Gripping, harrowing, and ultimately endearing, You Cannot Kill David Arquette is one of the brightest spots in an otherwise terribly dark year.
      Posted Aug 26, 2020
      Dark City (1998) Drew Dietsch Dark City is unabashed in its eccentricities and relishes the hypnotic, mystifying world it creates.
      Posted Aug 12, 2020
      Waiting for the Barbarians (2019) Drew Dietsch If the script and filmmaking [were] as riveting as the story's thematic weight, Waiting for the Barbarians could have been a real winner.
      Posted Aug 07, 2020
      Star Trek Into Darkness (2013) Drew Dietsch Star Trek Into Darkness is a hopeless, vindictive, immoral blight on the name Star Trek. If that doesn't make it the worst Star Trek movie, I don't know what does.
      Posted Jul 19, 2020
      Star Trek III: The Search for Spock (1984) Drew Dietsch Star Trek III: The Search for Spock is much better than its reputation would lead you to believe.
      Posted Jul 13, 2020
      The Old Guard (2020) Drew Dietsch It's a bummer that The Old Guard isn't more than the sum of its parts, but the parts are well-crafted and enjoyable.
      Posted Jul 10, 2020
      The Prestige (2006) Drew Dietsch The Prestige's magic is real. You just have to be looking for it.
      Posted Jul 02, 2020
      Suicide Squad (2016) Drew Dietsch Suicide Squad [has] a lot more bright spots than its reputation leads you to believe.
      Posted Jun 29, 2020
      Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (2020) Drew Dietsch If the movie didn't have Ferrell at the forefront, there's a chance it could be significantly better.
      Posted Jun 26, 2020
      True Lies (1994) Drew Dietsch True Lies is a good but not great movie. It has phenomenal set pieces and a good cast, but it's tough to totally argue for a movie with such bad things attached to it
      Posted Jun 25, 2020
      Inception (2010) Drew Dietsch Ten years later, Inception continues to function as a thrilling sci-fi heist film, but its deeper secrets are what has cemented it as Christopher Nolan's masterpiece.
      Posted Jun 19, 2020
      Judge Dredd (1995) Drew Dietsch As a piece of pure production, [Judge Dredd] needs to be heralded as one of the best achievements of the '90s. Everything about the film's texture is a resounding success.
      Posted Jun 11, 2020
      The Iron Giant (1999) Drew Dietsch incredible achievement in both narrative and animation.
      Posted Jun 03, 2020
      Scott Pilgrim vs. the World (2010) Drew Dietsch So many movies feel derivative or fall into easily recognizable categories. [Scott Pilgrim] is a movie that stands out from the crowd and continues to do so ten years later.
      Posted Jun 01, 2020
      Alien 3 (1992) Drew Dietsch [Alien 3] is a vastly different experience than any other movie in the series, and that alone makes it a unique project worth celebrating.
      Posted May 26, 2020
      Casper (1995) Drew Dietsch All these years later, Casper has managed to stick around thanks to it offering a pleasant blend of what audiences expect from a kids movie and some weightier thematic fare.
      Posted May 24, 2020
      Starship Troopers (1997) Drew Dietsch Time is the only real judge of art, and time has been more than kind to Starship Troopers.
      Posted May 20, 2020
      SCOOB! (2020) Drew Dietsch Scoob! is good as a kids flick and not bad as a Scooby-Doo vehicle.
      Posted May 15, 2020
      Capone (2020) Drew Dietsch Thanks to a confident take and assured execution from Josh Trank, this is a movie that will likely be remembered as one of the more unique entries in the gangster sub-genre.
      Posted May 12, 2020
      The Phantom (1996) Drew Dietsch If you're looking for a movie that captures the foundational spirit of comic book adventure, The Phantom is for you.
      Posted May 08, 2020
      Zathura (2005) Drew Dietsch Zathura is a kids movie that doesn't demean its target audience... This is a solid A-grade experience for young viewers and kids at heart.
      Posted Apr 29, 2020
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