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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): Mark Collette , Jonathan R. Perry
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
22%
2
69%
3
7%

Date Movie (2006)

4
62%

The New World (2005)

"A poetic, fluid painting... "

Posted Feb 13, 2006
5
9%
6
90%

Capote (2005)

7
44%

Casanova (2005)

8
55%

Glory Road (2006)

9
10%

Annapolis (2006)

10
73%

Nanny McPhee (2006)

11
87%

"Better films were made in 2005 -- but none with the raw, emotional immediacy of what Ang Lee has accomplished, or a more palpable sense of hope beneath a sadness that runs bone-deep. "

Posted Jan 22, 2006
12
40%

"No level of noble intent by the filmmakers can compel me to recommend a work of cinema that's this cheap, simplistic and sloppy."

Posted Jan 21, 2006
13
16%
14
78%

Munich (2005)

15
46%

Hoodwinked (2005)

16
61%

Hostel (2006)

17
29%
18
40%

The Ringer (2005)

19
50%

The Producers (2005)

20
53%

Wolf Creek (2005)

21
52%
22
84%

King Kong (2005)

23
72%

Syriana (2005)

24
76%
25
61%

Shopgirl (2005)

26
10%

Aeon Flux (2005)

27
46%
28
46%

Rent (2005)

29
93%
30
88%
31
20%

Derailed (2005)

32
61%

Jarhead (2005)

"Few films have made military life, especially in wartime, seem so unappealing. But its achievement is also its detriment: soul-killing routine rarely translates to compelling art."

Posted Nov 21, 2005
33
36%

Saw II (2005)

34
68%

North Country (2005)

"So melodramatically one-sided and shamelessly in search of Oscar nominations that it accomplishes the colossal rarity of insulting both genders equally."

Posted Nov 21, 2005
35
64%

"Sure, it's as goopy as Kris Kristofferson is grizzled, but families might find a genuinely warm experience in the simple story of a child following her heart %u2014 especially in the rare moments when we're not told how to feel."

Posted Nov 21, 2005
36
63%

"The Longest Movie Ever Made."

Posted Nov 21, 2005
37
88%

"As Bill Murray tells a young drifter after buying the kid a sandwich, 'All there is, is this. The present. That's it.' If Jim Jarmusch knows what that is, he's not telling."

Posted Nov 21, 2005
38
83%

"Nothing more than an 81-minute in-joke only two people in the world %u2014 Tim Burton and Danny Elfman %u2014 think is funny. But sometimes self-indulgence is the very thing that makes a filmmaker worth watching."

Posted Nov 21, 2005
39
82%

Walk the Line (2005)

40
16%
41
26%
42
27%

Stay (2005)

43
87%
44
31%

Waiting (2005)

45
21%

Into the Blue (2005)

46
38%

Flightplan (2005)

47
45%

"These filmmakers, and this film, simply have not earned the right to take on the fundamental question of God vs. man."

Posted Sep 18, 2005
48
61%

Lord of War (2005)

"Niccol and Cage make the downward spiral an entertaining journey - so fiercely entertaining that it takes an eternity to realize how just how hard we've been sucker-punched."

Posted Sep 18, 2005
49
22%

Cry Wolf (2005)

"A stylish, frequently charming throwback to a time when horror films were essentially psychological thrillers with a higher body count."

Posted Sep 18, 2005
50
12%

The Man (2005)

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