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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
3/4
Meirelles paints the squalor and misery of rural East Africa on a striking canvas - sometimes to the disservice of what he wants his film to tell us.
Posted Sep 8, 2005
2
1.5/4
3
1/4
Undiscovered (2005)
Not one character has the emotional maturity of an English muffin. If we could harness the intellectual energy of everyone involved in this, we could toast one. Lightly.
Posted Aug 30, 2005
4
3.5/4
Red Eye (2005)
A lean, no-nonsense thriller that depends on fully realized characters, drum-tight pacing and effective storytelling to deliver the goods.
Posted Aug 30, 2005
5
1/4
Supercross (2005)
I've made bologna sandwiches that inspired more enthusiasm.
Posted Aug 30, 2005
6
2/4
The Cave (2005)
7
1/4
8
.5/4
Boogeyman (2005)
So boring, derivative and patently inane that hate is entirely too strong an emotion to attribute to it. You're either in the target demographic or you're not.
Posted Aug 16, 2005
9
3.5/4
Millions (2005)
In sly, sweet and frequently funny terms, Danny Boyle pleads a compelling case for the fundamental goodness of mankind.
Posted Aug 16, 2005
10
2/5
Soul Man (1986)
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Posted Aug 16, 2005
11
3/4
John Singelton proves the Western mythos can work just as effectively in an urban setting - that those hoary old cliches can find new life in the hands of a capable filmmaker.
Posted Aug 16, 2005
12
2.5/4
One of those thrillers that constantly has us shouting advice at the screen - until the heartening realization sinks in that it's not quite as dopey as we think.
Posted Aug 16, 2005
13
1.5/4
Satire by satirists who just don't get it -- approaching the silly outlaw charm (which satirized itself in the TV show) with the subtlety of an F5 tornado in a trailer park.
Posted Aug 16, 2005
14
4/4
15
1/5
The Car (1977)
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Posted Aug 3, 2005
16
0/5
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Posted Aug 3, 2005
17
4/5
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Posted Aug 3, 2005
18
2/5
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Posted Aug 3, 2005
19
1.5/4
Stealth (2005)
20
3/4
Sky High (2005)
Quaint, but funny, a clever and well-acted story plugged into a worn formula.
Posted Aug 1, 2005
21
2.5/4
The Island (2005)
It veers toward the profound and then shockingly bolts for a finish line that looks a lot like box office receipt tape.
Posted Jul 25, 2005
22
4/5
Alice (1990)
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Posted Jul 25, 2005
23
4/5
Jagged Edge (1985)
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Posted Jul 25, 2005
24
3/5
Barbarella (1968)
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Posted Jul 25, 2005
25
2/4
Entertainment as junk food: enjoyable as it goes down, if not particularly good for us, and it doesn't stand a Yugo's chance in the Indy 500 of lingering in our memories.
Posted Jul 25, 2005
26
5/5
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Posted Jul 25, 2005
27
2/5
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Posted Jul 25, 2005
28
2/5
Big Business (1988)
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Posted Jul 25, 2005
29
3/5
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Posted Jul 25, 2005
30
2/4
As Tanner observes about the non-alcoholic beer Buttermaker passes out after the big game, what's the point?
Posted Jul 24, 2005
31
0/4
The only conceivable way this toxic heap could benefit mankind is if every print were melted down and had its celluloid content rendered into guitar picks.
Posted Jul 24, 2005
32
3.5/4
Not a remake, but a bold, genuinely delightful new interpretation of a classic children's story. With intoxicating color, sound and fury, and heart, Tim Burton pulls it off.
Posted Jul 24, 2005
33
3/4
Vince Vaughn has never been funnier.
Posted Jul 18, 2005
34
5/5
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Posted Jul 15, 2005
35
4/5
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Posted Jul 15, 2005
36
3/5
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Posted Jul 15, 2005
37
4/5
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Posted Jul 15, 2005
38
5/5
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Posted Jul 15, 2005
39
4/5
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Posted Jul 15, 2005
40
5/5
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Posted Jul 15, 2005
41
5/5
Little Women (1994)
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Posted Jul 15, 2005
42
2.5/4
Dark Water (2005)
Salles' remake seems driven by an ailing liver.
Posted Jul 11, 2005
43
2/4
Rebound (2005)
Lawrence should take what he has accomplished here and run to someone with a better script.
Posted Jul 5, 2005
44
3/4
45
3/4
Bewitched (2005)
If a studio absolutely cannot avoid raiding its vaults for a popular TV show to pillage for an extra $1.98 decades later, this is the way to do it.
Posted Jun 26, 2005
46
3/4
A defiantly adult film that succeeds where four predecessors have failed: Remaining true to the mythology it creates without enslaving itself in comic-book silliness.
Posted Jun 26, 2005
47
0.5/4
A horror in its utter lack of logic and in its demonstration that human relationships are as exciting and rewarding as a puddle of swamp goo infested with mosquitoes.
Posted Jun 20, 2005
48
1.5/4
All the inhumanity we endure exists only to titillate for its own sake - the ritualized, sadomasochistic violence is the payoff itself. That's not art - that's pornography.
Posted Jun 15, 2005
49
3/4
Somewhere among the impossibly athletic gunplay and impossibly witty sparring by two impossibly attractive leads is a sly, incisive metaphor for the modern American marriage.
Posted Jun 15, 2005
50
2/4
Against the rest of Rodriguez's work, it's mostly forgettable. But it gives you the feeling he's probably a pretty cool dad.
Posted Jun 14, 2005