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The Stranger (Seattle, WA)

The Stranger (Seattle, WA) is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Andrew Wright, Jon Frosch
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Title/Year
Author
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16 Blocks (2006)
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Night Watch (2006)
6
Freedomland (2006)
7
Firewall (2006)
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Dear Wendy (2005)
you won't know whether to laugh, cry, or moon the screen. Von Trier shoots, von Trier scores.
Posted Jan 6, 2006
13
Wolf Creek (2005)
14
Casanova (2005)
15
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King Kong (2005)
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One of the clearest representations of the director's worldview, in which the epic landscapes and camera movements eerily mirror a character's inner life ... or lack of one.
Posted Nov 20, 2005
22
Derailed (2005)
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24
Paradise Now (2005)
25
Jarhead (2005)
26
27
Nine Lives (2005)
28
29
Stay (2005)
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31
32
Waiting (2005)
33
MirrorMask (2005)
34
In Her Shoes (2005)
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38
Serenity (2005)
39
Venom (2005)
Not to discount the awesome idea of a tow-truck-drivin' zombie, but this Kevin Williamson-produced flick otherwise goes strictly by the established pseudo-slasher numbers.
Posted Sep 15, 2005
40
A comfortable old shoe of a movie, given extra shine by the considerable rapport between Redford's mumbling old coot and Freeman.
Posted Sep 15, 2005
41
Flames out early, with Pierson's ... ego quickly overriding the potentially fascinating socio-cultural effect of exposing the Third World to the wonders of Jackass.
Posted Sep 15, 2005
42
A worthy downer, marred only by a queasy feel of exploitation in the final frames. In Yedaya's world, nobody gets off easy, including the audience.
Posted Sep 15, 2005
43
The Baxter (2005)
44
Lord of War (2005)
45
46
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The Cave (2005)
Has atmosphere to burn (and one lulu of a set-piece involving a rock-climbing Piper Perabo) but [the] mixmaster editing style drains away much of the film's urgency.
Posted Sep 1, 2005
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2046 (2005)
50
Opaque stares and pregnant pauses can only pull so much weight, no matter how snazzy the packaging.
Posted Aug 18, 2005