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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
3/5
Age old tale of opposites is a charmer.
Posted Feb 12, 2003
2
3/5
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Posted Feb 11, 2003
3
4/5
Bittersweet Australian coming-of-age tale
Posted Feb 11, 2003
4
3/5
Suture (1993)
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Posted Feb 11, 2003
5
4/5
A beautiful, touching, and perfectly tuned documentary into Cuban music.
Posted Feb 11, 2003
6
5/5
Alphaville (1965)
Godard's masterpiece of French new-wave cinema. Essential viewing.
Posted Feb 11, 2003
7
0/5
Holy Man (1998)
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Posted Feb 11, 2003
8
4/5
Sneakers (1992)
Top notch spy thriller
Posted Feb 11, 2003
9
3/5
Subway (1985)
Luc Besson's first film is a seedy look into Parisian subway culture - literally.
Posted Feb 11, 2003
10
3/5
Uncle Buck (1989)
Very cute comedy starring the late great John Candy at his most huggable best.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
11
3/5
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
12
3/5
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
13
5/5
What is the very best high school movie ever made? 'Bueller' ...'Bueller',...'Bueller'............
Posted Feb 10, 2003
14
4/5
U-Turn (1997)
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
15
5/5
The best film ever made about walking the green mile. The performances of Penn and Sarandon will move you.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
16
4/5
A very cool, unpretentious war film about a mission to blow up a dam.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
17
3/5
Slap Shot (1977)
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
18
3/5
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
19
3/5
Bret Easton Ellis's novel is fairly faithfully into a portrait of strung out teenage yuppies in LA during the late 80s.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
20
3/5
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
21
3/5
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
22
4/5
The Client (1994)
Grisham's best novel-to-screen adaptation.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
23
2/5
Wildly weird futuristic thriller with some bizarre but inventive notions.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
24
5/5
One of the most gentle social commentaries you are ever likely to see, with heartwrenching performances from two young (non-actor) children. This will melt your heart.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
25
4/5
The Mission (1986)
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
26
3/5
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
27
4/5
Woody Allen's lively musical is a whimsical journey with surprising in-tune performances from A-list stars.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
28
5/5
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
29
5/5
Goldfinger (1964)
The definitive, quintessential Bond.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
30
2/5
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
31
5/5
JFK (1991)
It may be pushing it's own angle, but damn if it's not rivetting.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
32
2/5
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
33
0/5
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
34
5/5
Hamlet (1948)
The best ever adaptation of Shakespeare's best ever play. Olivier is mesmerising.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
35
0/5
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
36
4/5
Heat (1995)
A quintessential cops and robbers face-off, with De Niro and Pacino superb in enemy roles.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
37
5/5
One of the late 90s best - and most popular - films, this tale of enduring hope can be enjoyed in repeated viewings. Beautifully scripted, superbly shot, and sumptuously scored. Morgan Freeman's words (as narrator) will stay with you forever. One of the m
Posted Feb 10, 2003
38
3/5
A suitably schlocky Stephen King story.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
39
0/5
Drop Zone (1994)
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
40
4/5
Candyman (1992)
A nicely gory urban legend thriller.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
41
5/5
One of the best films of the early 90s, doing more for female empowerment than any feminist rally. Stone - in her star-making performance - is as hot and sexy as she is ice-pick cold.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
42
5/5
Spartacus (1960)
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
43
5/5
Witness (1985)
Peter Weir's gripping and engrossing cop saga goes to an interesting location - Amish country - to unveil a simpler, purer world.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
44
3/5
LA in the early 90s - heady stuff in this fairly accurrate representation.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
45
5/5
Wilde (1998)
There's never been a better story about the misadventures of one of the world's greatest writer. Fry should have been Oscar nominated, and Law is equally electrifying.
Posted Feb 10, 2003
46
4/5
Superb, off-kilter comedy
Posted Feb 10, 2003
47
1/5
Fire Birds (1990)
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
48
3/5
The Crush (1993)
Why is this guy rejecting a vampish Alicia Silverstone?
Posted Feb 10, 2003
49
2/5
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Posted Feb 10, 2003
50
3/5
Utterly confusing John Grisham story, with Roberts and Washington in full strereotype mode.
Posted Feb 10, 2003