Monsters and Critics - Rotten Tomatoes

Monsters and Critics

Monsters and Critics is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Ron Wilkinson
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
5/10
2
6/10
Ballast (2008)
3
5/10
4
6/10
Appaloosa (2008)
5
8/10
6
6/10
7
7/10
8
9/10
Traitor (2008)
9
8/10
10
5/10
11
8/10
Frozen River (2008)
12
8/10
13
8/10
14
7/10
15
7/10
16
7/10
17
5/10
Take (2008)
18
7/10
19
7/10
Trumbo (2007)
20
4/10
August (2008)
21
7/10
22
5/10
23
7/10
Get Smart (2008)
24
8/10
Yonkers Joe (2009)
25
7/10
Baghead (2008)
26
7/10
27
6/10
Stuck (2008)
28
8/10
29
9/10
Mongol (2008)
30
8/10
Quid Pro Quo (2008)
31
7/10
The Take (2007)
32
7/10
Trucker (2009)
33
5/10
Newcastle (2008)
34
8/10
35
7/10
36
8/10
Anamorph (2008)
37
7/10
Dying Breed (2009)
38
8/10
39
6/10
The Caller (2008)
40
8/10
41
7/10
42
7/10
Man on Wire (2008)
43
8/10
44
8/10
Katyn (1991)
45
7/10
Chaos Theory (2008)
Upbeat rom-com grounded in solid work by Ryan Reynolds and Emily Mortimer tells a meaningful story while still staying in-bounds with the PG-13 rating. Unusual Western Canada seacoast photography and upbeat soundtrack make for an entertaining film.
Posted Apr 14, 2008
46
7/10
Black Sheep (2006)
Lush photography of the beautiful New Zealand hills combines with skin ripping mayhem and over-the-top humor to make one of the funniest of the new wave zombie satires yet.
Posted Apr 6, 2008
47
7/10
The reigning champion in the archival footage department features great Soviet footage of those days that (hopefully) will never be seen again---the days of the US-Soviet space race.
Posted Mar 28, 2008
48
7/10
Surf's up in Southern California as the modern art world invades Nixonville and Reagan City in the 1950s. A fascinating look at the start of something big: modern art in Los Angeles.
Posted Mar 28, 2008
49
8/10
Flawless (2008)
A weak plot still makes a viable vehicle for a couple of great performances with some unbeatable screen chemistry and a good old fashioned plot twist at the end.
Posted Mar 28, 2008
50
5/10
A hackneyed slacker scenario reduces this film from an entertainment marathon to a plot treading water. The feel-good message comes around, but there is too much packaging for the product.
Posted Mar 28, 2008