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Fort Worth Business Press

Fort Worth Business Press is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Michael H. Price
Rating
Title/Year
Author
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1/5
Another You (1991)
Pathetic attempt to recapture the vanished magic of a once-effective comedy team.
Posted Jun 3, 2005
3
3/5
Cry Freedom (1987)
Often harrowing and naturalistic but ultimately self-important in its indictment of police-state politics.
Posted Jun 3, 2005
4
2/5
Improbable re-enactment of an investigation into long-ago outbreak of hate crimes.
Posted Jun 3, 2005
5
4/5
Blade Runner (1982)
Futurism meets film noir in the most satisfying S-F picture of its day.
Posted Jun 3, 2005
6
'The film is ... as rich in Depression-era authenticity as such a picture gets, complete with a palpable air of social decay and personalized despondency.'
Posted Jun 3, 2005
7
2/5
Far and Away (1992)
Overblown would-be epic of the Western frontier.
Posted Jan 31, 2005
8
3/5
Among the least of the Corman-Price Poe pictures, but rendered imperishable by its hilarious/horrific wine-tasting scene between Peter Lorre and Vincent Price.
Posted Jan 31, 2005
9
4/5
Wm. Cameron Menzies' almost-masterpiece of Cold War paranoia, bracing and impactful despite some conspicuous gaffes in the costuming-and-effects department. The underlying beauty of it all is a tacit understanding that yes, It Can, Too, Happen Here.
Posted Jan 31, 2005
10
3/5
Depends upon which cut you've seen, whether the movie is any good or night. The pre-ratings original is pure ferocity, where the butchered American version comes off more like refried Jackie Chan.
Posted Jan 31, 2005
11
3/5
The Birds (1963)
More novelty than spectacle, but overall a chilling exercise in nihilistic terror.
Posted Jan 31, 2005
12
0/5
Ghastly, but only in the sense of ineptitude.
Posted Jan 31, 2005
13
... captures not only the majesty of the brinier depths - but also the fascination therein that keeps luring Cameron back to the ocean.
Posted Jan 31, 2005
14
3/5
César (1936)
Quote not available.
Posted Dec 22, 2004
15
1/5
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Posted Dec 22, 2004
16
3/5
Night Nurse (1931)
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Posted Dec 22, 2004
17
2/5
Russian Doll (2001)
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Posted Dec 22, 2004
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19
2/5
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Posted Dec 9, 2004
20
3/5
... a canine Frankenstein with real bite.
Posted Dec 9, 2004
21
3/5
A peculiar mixing of bigot-buster and pacifist sensibilities, rendered largely incoherent on account of Howard Hughes' attempts to transform the piece into a pro-war tract. Strange that such a safe-as-milk picture could have caused many of its talents to
Posted Dec 8, 2004
22
... pays tribute to the long-gone pop singer Bobby Darin in ways deeper by far than the bland hagiography that characterizes most show-world biopics.
Posted Dec 8, 2004
23
4/5
Dave (1993)
Darned near the Second Coming of Capra in Reitman's account of common decency under siege by political treacheries.
Posted Dec 8, 2004
24
2/5
Kid-friendly violence -- what a concept.
Posted Dec 8, 2004
25
Ray (2004)
26
3/5
Essential entry in the biker-flick craze of the 1960s and '70s, a heartfelt plea for nihilism and abnormalcy in a world enslaved by Civilization.
Posted Dec 8, 2004
27
4/5
The original 'Eyes Wide Shut,' confronting the erotic obsession with frankness and confrontational humor.
Posted Dec 8, 2004
28
3/5
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Posted Dec 8, 2004
29
2/5
The Keep (1983)
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Posted Dec 8, 2004
30
3/5
Moby Dick (1956)
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Posted Dec 8, 2004
31
2/5
Evil Laugh (1987)
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Posted Dec 8, 2004
32
3/5
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Posted Dec 8, 2004
33
2/5
Zachariah (2003)
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Posted Dec 8, 2004
34
2/5
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Posted Dec 8, 2004
35
3/5
Lovecraft Lite, from the studio that made the world safe for Edgar Allan Poe.
Posted Dec 8, 2004
36
2/5
Carnosaur (1993)
The anti-'Jurassic Park' -- meaner and more provocative but intolerably cheap.
Posted Dec 8, 2004
37
3/5
Apache (1954)
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Posted Dec 8, 2004
38
4/5
Gangster Existentialism deluxe.
Posted Dec 8, 2004
39
1/5
There's something diseased about a cartoon series predicated on the utterly wholesome adventures of a deceased juvenile.
Posted Dec 8, 2004
40
4/5
Henry King's, and Gregory Peck's, best sagebrusher -- bar none.
Posted Dec 8, 2004
41
42
1/5
Why bother with special effects when you can have your stunt players pretending to grapple with an unseen assailant?
Posted Dec 8, 2004
43
Spider-Man (2002)
Count on Sam Raimi ... to deliver a Spider-Man movie that recaptures the wonder of those first-generation comics.
Posted Dec 8, 2004
44
Alexander (2004)