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Sunday Times (Australia)

All reviews published on Sunday Times (Australia) always count toward the Tomatometer score because it is a Tomato-approved publication.
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
2.5/5
Sinbad is harmlessly inoffensive enough to be enjoyed by the kind of pre-teen kids who love a good swashbuckling adventure full of all those cartoon cliches, but anyone hoping for more will have to set sail on another adventure.
Posted Jun 23, 2003
2
2/4

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Posted Jun 19, 2003
3
2.5/4

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Posted Jun 19, 2003
4
3/4
Basic (2003)

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Posted Jun 19, 2003
5
3.5/4
Russian Ark (2002)

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Posted Jun 19, 2003
6
2.5/4
Barbershop (2002)

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Posted Jun 19, 2003
7
3/4

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Posted Jun 19, 2003
8
3.5/4
Read My Lips (2002)

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Posted Jun 19, 2003
9
4/5
Secretary (2002)
Secretary might be too hot to handle for prudes and fuddy-duddies. But then again, it's the kind of film they might enjoy the most.
Posted Jun 8, 2003
10
5/5
Taxi Driver (1976)
Scorcese's first masterpiece.
Posted Jun 8, 2003
11
3.5/5
The nearest thing we've got to a big-screen Catcher in the Rye...with Kieran Culkin giving a very Holden Caufield-esque performance.
Posted Jun 8, 2003
12
4/5
25th Hour (2003)
A moving tribute to resilience in the face of ruination.
Posted Jun 8, 2003
13
2.5/5
Old School (2003)
A cheery, unapologetically goofy comedy about mid-life regression, minus the gross-out gags. And for that, at least, we can all be thankful.
Posted Jun 8, 2003
14
2/5
In the end, it's all just lost in the dust.
Posted Jun 8, 2003
15
2.5/5
I have two pet hates when it comes to sequels; most aren't necessary, and most stars don't return from the original. Welcome to 2 Fast 2 Furious.
Posted Jun 8, 2003
16
3/5
The Core (2003)
Switch off, space out, and go where no self-respecting film lover has gone before.
Posted Jun 8, 2003
17
3/5

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Posted May 23, 2003
18
3/5
Whale Rider (2003)
. More than a story of a girl rejected because she wasn't born a boy, Whale Rider challenges traditional gender roles in a circle of life drama that begins with a birth and ends with a re-birth. .
Posted May 18, 2003
19
3/5
. When all is said and done, The Life of David Gale is thus only worth about $8.50 on a cheap Tuesday. .
Posted May 18, 2003
20
5/5
Brilliant black comedy - razor sharp, unapologetic stuff.
Posted May 18, 2003
21
4/5
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Posted May 18, 2003
22
3/5
Darkman (1990)
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Posted May 18, 2003
23
5/5
One of the scariest horror films ever made.
Posted May 18, 2003
24
3.5/5
Phone Booth (2003)
. To use phone language, it doesn't put you on hold for one second. .
Posted May 18, 2003
25
3.5/5
. I watched The Matrix to freshen up on all that coolness the night before seeing Reloaded. I would still watch it again over this. .
Posted May 18, 2003
26
3.5/5
Spider (2002)
A bleak, beautifully crafted, intelligent tale of paranoia - a typical subject for Cronenberg. It's a pity most audiences will, ironically, go mad trying to decipher it.
Posted May 9, 2003
27
4/5
An edgy little Aussie thriller that will have husbands shaking in their shoes, Alexandra's Project is a film like no other.
Posted May 9, 2003
28
5/5
A superbly crafted cold war thriller, with excellent performances, cinematography and tension.
Posted Apr 27, 2003
29
2.5/5
. I hate to label this lightweight romp a "chick flick", but when the title actually issues a challenge to the fairer sex, well, the writing is on the wall.
Posted Apr 27, 2003
30
4/5
The Good Girl belongs to Aniston, who buries Rachel in style with a sweet, soulful, hangdog performance that you will be thinking of long after you leave the cinema. .
Posted Apr 27, 2003
31
3/5
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Posted Apr 24, 2003
32
3/5
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Posted Apr 24, 2003
33
3/5
While most movie-goers will love the film's sheer thrill ride, X-Men fans might leave a little disappointed. The best, I guess, is yet to come. .
Posted Apr 24, 2003
34
2.5/5
It's the same bawdy British humour as the Ali G movie, and there's more inspiration in the gags from Jackass. .
Posted Apr 21, 2003
35
3/5
Diner (1982)
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Posted Apr 21, 2003
36
5/5
Timeless, ingenius, wholesome fun for ALL ages. A classic!
Posted Apr 21, 2003
37
0/5
Critters 3 (1991)
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Posted Mar 31, 2003
38
2.5/5
Dreamcatcher (2003)
It starts out as an intriguing story of telepathic friends and ends up a monster mash of Ed Wood awfulness.
Posted Mar 31, 2003
39
2/5
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Posted Mar 31, 2003
40
3/5
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Posted Mar 31, 2003
41
3/5
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Posted Mar 31, 2003
42
5/5
Metropolis (1927)
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Posted Mar 31, 2003
43
3.5/5
Sandler essentially plays the same socially retarded moron that made him rich, but Anderson strips him of his usual comic props ... He's buried the man-child within and brought all that emotionally stunted melancholy to the surface.
Posted Mar 31, 2003
44
3/5
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Posted Mar 31, 2003
45
3.5/5
Ned Kelly (2003)
At last! A feature film about Australia's greatest outlaw and folk hero that, while not reaching five-star status, all Australians can be proud of.
Posted Mar 31, 2003
46
3/5
Washington is customarily solid as the naval shrink, but directs without imagination or flair, sticking to Hollywood conventions and skimming over the harsher aspects of Fisher's life.
Posted Mar 23, 2003
47
4/5
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Posted Mar 23, 2003
48
4/5
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Posted Mar 23, 2003
49
2/5
Dog Soldiers (2002)
Pretend it's a werewolf itself by avoiding eye contact and walking slowly away. It's fun, but it's a real howler.
Posted Mar 23, 2003
50
3.5/5
Welcome to The Emperor's Club, close affiliate to the Dead Poet's Society and Mr Holland's Opus, where students arrive in limousines and wear ties to class.
Posted Mar 23, 2003