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Tyler Morning Telegraph (Texas)

Tyler Morning Telegraph (Texas) is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Jonathan R. Perry, Mark Collette
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
1/4
A benign, whimsical semblance of its namesake fairy tale.
Posted Sep 16, 2004
2
0/4
Catwoman (2004)
She stands on ledges, peering at all the buildings, or at the moon ... she might be hoping one of those places holds a better script.
Posted Sep 16, 2004
3
4/4
[Director] Demme isn't so locked into a classic script that he can't find his own ethos, his own pulse, and his own unseen fears.
Posted Sep 16, 2004
4
2/4
We are drilled again and again in how much we should hate all of these characters.
Posted Sep 15, 2004
5
0/4
Looks like 'Transformers On Speed: The Autobots Take Japan.'
Posted Sep 15, 2004
6
3/4
Open Water (2004)
Derives its haunting force from an exercise in minimalism.
Posted Sep 15, 2004
7
2.5/4
De-Lovely (2004)
... more of a production than a portrait.
Posted Sep 15, 2004
8
2.5/4
Cellular (2004)
Richard Dean Anderson would be proud.
Posted Sep 15, 2004
9
1/4
Wicker Park (2004)
Deep down, it's a very bad joke.
Posted Sep 15, 2004
10
5/5
Spellbound (1945)
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Posted Sep 10, 2004
11
4/5
Rush (1999)
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Posted Sep 10, 2004
12
2.5/4
Its acutely observed triumph is also its undoing: It's hard to satirize oppressive tedium without becoming oppressively tedious. This movie's not low-key, it's no-key.
Posted Sep 10, 2004
13
3.5/4
The Clearing (2004)
A haunting film about the evil that men do.
Posted Sep 10, 2004
14
1/4
I never thought a film about giant snakes that eat people could be this atrociously dull.
Posted Sep 1, 2004
15
1.5/4
Stellan Skarsgard deserves another movie. This cruel, nasty, ugly prequel deserves to be exorcised right off the marquee.
Posted Sep 1, 2004
16
3/5
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Posted Sep 1, 2004
17
2/5
Hangar 18 (1980)
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Posted Sep 1, 2004
18
3/5
Houdini (1953)
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Posted Sep 1, 2004
19
2.5/4
More enjoyable than we have any right to reasonably expect.
Posted Sep 1, 2004
20
2.5/4
Suspect Zero (2004)
A visually inventive, capably performed package that, when opened, reveals nothing on the inside.
Posted Sep 1, 2004
21
1/4
Being neither 12 years old nor endowed with X chromosomes, all that held my attention was wondering what in the holy underwear Paul Williams was doing up there.
Posted Aug 16, 2004
22
3/5
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Posted Aug 16, 2004
23
5/5
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Posted Aug 16, 2004
24
5/5
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Posted Aug 16, 2004
25
1.5/4
In space, no one can hear you scream. On Earth, everyone can hear you snore.
Posted Aug 16, 2004
26
3.5/4
Collateral (2004)
No one but Tom Cruise could have played the engaging sociopath riding through the sleazy, searing faded opulence of L.A. by night.
Posted Aug 9, 2004
27
2.5/4
Instantly forgettable but fun.
Posted Aug 1, 2004
28
2/4
The Village (2004)
Admiring a con man's skill doesn't make me any less enraged when he's ripped me off.
Posted Aug 1, 2004
29
2/4
Hand Paul Greengrass his walking papers ... and tell him to take his hand-held camera with him.
Posted Aug 1, 2004
30
3.5/4
Michael Moore is angry and he wants America to be angry with him. Regardless of where you stand in the political spectrum, you will be.
Posted Jul 23, 2004
31
2/4
I, Robot (2004)
Asimov's anthology is an Orwellian cautionary tale (written before the term existed). Alex Proyas' film is a Big Dumb Summer Action Movie starring Will Smith.
Posted Jul 18, 2004
32
2/4
King Arthur (2004)
... a failure on so many levels that it's impossible not to feel a grudging affection for it.
Posted Jul 13, 2004
33
1.5/4
White Chicks (2004)
Under the layers of latex, fart jokes, Paris & Nicky potshots and tedious side stories is a heart, keeping it from incinerating completely in the comedy inferno of Bad Ideas.
Posted Jul 6, 2004
34
2.5/4
Two Brothers (2004)
Teems with life and a rather beautiful simplicity when Annaud focuses squarely on the tiger cubs - but then the humans come crashing in to make a mess of things.
Posted Jul 2, 2004
35
3.5/4
Spider-Man 2 (2004)
Not a perfect film or an indelible moment in American cinema ... just one enormously entertaining night at the movies.
Posted Jul 2, 2004
36
4/5
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Posted Jun 22, 2004
37
1/5
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Posted Jun 22, 2004
38
5/5
New Yorkers have Woody Allen. Middle America has Albert Brooks.
Posted Jun 22, 2004
39
3/4
All my critical faculties tell me I shouldn't recommend it. But when I think of how often it I grinned (once a minute) and how often I checked my watch (never), I give up.
Posted Jun 22, 2004
40
2.5/4
I have to hand it to a comedy that works this hard at being mediocre.
Posted Jun 22, 2004
41
2.5/4
The Terminal (2004)
... a winning Capraesque fable unfortunately undone by the realities of the time in which it's set -- now.
Posted Jun 22, 2004
42
4/5
Traveller (1997)
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Posted Jun 14, 2004
43
3/5
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Posted Jun 14, 2004
44
1.5/4
What might have happened if Frank Herbert had written 'Dune' after a lobotomy.
Posted Jun 14, 2004
45
3/5
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Posted Jun 14, 2004
46
3/5
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Posted Jun 14, 2004
47
3/5
The Client (1994)
An engrossing potboiler ... if you don't think too hard. But when you need a pot-smoking Lez Zeppelin-enslaved swamp rat-with-a-brain to plead your case, you call the pitch-perfect Susan Sarandon.
Posted Jun 14, 2004
48
2/4
Zeitgeist cinema for all the wrong reasons: a vapid, superficial film for a vapid, superficial era. The studio-sanctioned 'Scooby-Doo' ending is simply unforgivable.
Posted Jun 14, 2004
49
3/4
The darkest, most heavily plotted and handsomely crafted film of the three, but what's missing without Chris Columbus in the director's chair is the gee-whiz sense of wonder.
Posted Jun 6, 2004
50
2.5/4
The cast is able to literally outrun the destructive power of the cold, but they can't survive the killing wave of contrivances and disaster cliches.
Posted Jun 1, 2004