The Stranger (Seattle, WA) - Rotten Tomatoes

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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2046 (2005)
3
Opaque stares and pregnant pauses can only pull so much weight, no matter how snazzy the packaging.
Posted Aug 18, 2005
4
9 Songs (2005)
Seriously hot and strangely frustrating, in increasingly unstable proportions.
Posted Aug 18, 2005
5
Asylum (2005)
6
Red Eye (2005)
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Grizzly Man (2005)
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Murderball (2005)
14
Saraband (2003)
15
Yes (2005)
16
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UNDEAD (2005)
18
[Dallaire] makes for a fascinating focal point ... a fundamentally decent man, cursed with a horribly total recall. He can't stop seeing it.
Posted Jun 30, 2005
19
Deep Blue (2005)
20
Brothers (2004)
21
22
Heights (2005)
23
Eschews the standard deathdroids and fuzzy critters for a more grounded, hard SF approach. Shinkai's debut ... falls prey to a frustrating feedback loop of a plot.
Posted Jun 16, 2005
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Rock School (2005)
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31
Saving Face (2005)
32
33
Layer Cake (2005)
34
A sterling initiation to the director's unique, devastating combination of clear-eyed realism and left-field Freudian imagery.
Posted May 12, 2005
35
Eating Out (2004)
36
Il Posto (1963)
a [neo-realism] classic that, thanks to a steadily mounting undercurrent of Kafka absurdism, is as easy to actually enjoy as well as admire.
Posted May 10, 2005
37
Head-On (2005)
The most honestly electrifying film I've seen in years, Fatih Akin's thundering character piece completely captures the joy, fear, and self-loathing of bottoming out.
Posted May 6, 2005
38
Crash (2004)
39
40
House of D (2004)
41
Look at Me (2005)
Occasionally plodding yet mostly wonderful ... Jauoi is quickly proving herself as one to keep an eye on, and possibly even more.
Posted Apr 21, 2005
42
Major Dundee (1965)
43
Madison (2005)
44
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Oldboy (2005)
46
Honestly earns its sentimentality, with a Zapruderish photographic reveal in the final act that's seriously the most affecting thing I've seen all year.
Posted Apr 14, 2005
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Sahara (2005)
49
Off the Map (2003)
50
Eros (2004)