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Projection Booth

Projection Booth is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Rob Humanick
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
A-
2
4/4
3
1.5/4
4
2/4
Rage (2014)
5
3/4
6
4/4
7
8
A
9
C-
10
B-
11
B-
Avatar (2009)
12
Avatar (2009)
13
B
Warm Bodies (2013)
14
B
Mama (2013)
15
C-
16
B+
17
D
18
B+
19
B
Up (2009)
Quintessential Pixar.
Posted Jan 27, 2013
20
B+
21
B+
22
A+
23
B+
24
Death Proof (2007)
25
26
Life of Pi (2012)
27
28
29
30
31
Lincoln (2012)
32
Fosse wept.
Posted Dec 31, 2012
33
Hitchcock (2012)
34
Flight (2012)
35
36
37
3.5/4
Skyfall (2012)
38
2.5/4
Prometheus (2012)
Insulting lip service to 2001 notwithstanding, Prometheus shocks and awes with more than sufficient technical bravura. If only it was as smart as it clearly thinks it is.
Posted Nov 5, 2012
39
2.5/4
While frustratingly vague in terms of character and motivation, The Possession is among the more competent of recent studio horror efforts. If only that wasn't the best thing I could say about it.
Posted Nov 5, 2012
40
2.5/4
Lockout (2012)
Lean, fun, smart without overthinking things and always equipped with a one-liner, Lockout is refreshingly free of the bull**** that plagues so many genre films.
Posted Nov 5, 2012
41
3.5/4
Killer Joe (2012)
The humor magnifies the horror, and vice versa. Like the inflammatory Dr. Strangelove, we've sewn these seeds, and we deserve whatever is reaped from them.
Posted Nov 5, 2012
42
3.5/4
If 2001: A Space Odyssey had an evil twin masquerading as a horror film, this would be it. Beyond the Black Rainbow culls from untold volumes of film history even as it delivers its own uniquely brilliant freak-outs.
Posted Nov 5, 2012
43
2.5/4
Enjoyable, but disappointingly tame compared to its ferocious predecessor. The Expendables 2 is disposable.
Posted Nov 5, 2012
44
2/4
Total Recall (2012)
While far from terrible, this retread forgoes any qualities to justify its existence in the first place. It will be justly forgotten before long.
Posted Nov 5, 2012
45
3/4
Savages (2012)
Essentially stupid, but stylistically invigorating, like watching a genius muck about with finger paints like a child on a sugar high. And then it throws it back in your face.
Posted Nov 5, 2012
46
2.5/4
Polley's sophomore feature fumbles between reality and fantasy, often insightful but frequently ungrounded. Dig that carnival ride, though.
Posted Nov 5, 2012
47
4/4
The truth of what is and isn't lies deep between the lines of this brilliantly elusive meta-commentary, arguably the greatest Iranian film since Abbas Kiarostami's masterpiece Close-Up.
Posted Nov 5, 2012
48
2.5/4
I laughed, and frequently. There are also images I can now never forget, and kind of want to. Is this what it was like for all those people I introduced, kicking and screaming, to Aqua Teen Hunger Force?
Posted Nov 5, 2012
49
3/4
What could have been trite male wish-fulfillment is instead beholden to genuinely messy revelations: life as a tattered, living quilt we sew and wear as one.
Posted Nov 5, 2012
50
2.5/4
Caught somewhere between an overwrought and interminable student film and an affectionately incompetent Ed Wood production. After two viewings, I don't know entirely how to feel about the experience, and that, to me, says it's an essential one.
Posted Nov 5, 2012