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World Voice News

World Voice News is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Frank Ochieng
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
48%

"...absorbing, mysterious, lyrical and distinctively titillating...a moody masterpiece that is thrillingly alarming...[a] tale of wandering hedonism and anguish"

Posted May 5, 2008
2
100%

"Utterly engrossing and captivating in its inquisitive scope. Provocative and polarizing, Taxi invites us to eavesdrop on a movement of mistrust and mischievous mayhem"

Posted Mar 3, 2008
3
22%

"Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins feels like a rudimentary retread of previously outrageous "black attack" farces... needlessly cluttered, unfocused and pointless..."

Posted Feb 19, 2008
4
22%

Mad Money (2008)

"[A] pointless payday for director Khourie's banal blank check comedy...a straining pseudo-hysterical heist flick that has all the giddy appeal of an empty bank draft."

Posted Jan 20, 2008
5
87%

"Wagner's penetrating narrative is poetically stimulating in its smart approach to its dialogue-driven excellence and standout performances."

Posted Dec 15, 2007
6
52%

"Synthetically dull, manipulative and emotionally clunky, Baumbach's mawkish melodrama is a pretentious and garrulous character study that sits idly in its moping gibberish."

Posted Dec 7, 2007
7
94%

Juno (2007)

"Cunningly perceptive and hip in its irresistible skepticism about the comforts and uncertainties of love, Juno is enchantingly bright and breezy in its effecting resonance."

Posted Dec 6, 2007
8
79%

"Absorbingly touching and terrifying, A Mighty Heart is an intimate film but has the gutsy and reflective ingredients of sorrow, introspection and outrage."

Posted Nov 7, 2007
9
51%

Bee Movie (2007)

"A spelling bee. A busy bee. A killer bee. But a Seinfeld bee? Sorry Jerry, your hapless honey-seeking hero doesn't create much of an animated buzz."

Posted Nov 4, 2007
10
80%

"American Gangster dares to look in the menacing mirror and reflect the scabrous priorities that define some handsomely yet disillusion others hauntingly."

Posted Nov 2, 2007
11
17%

Saw IV (2007)

"Stultifying in its pseudo-sensationalistic schlock, this numbingly and nightmarish narrative has no legitimate creepy conviction beyond flexing its meaningless, morose muscles"

Posted Nov 1, 2007
12
64%

"Heartwarming, quirky and quietly affecting...the overall package is peppered with an easy-going dosage of reflective schmaltz...warm, inviting and actively spirited..."

Posted Nov 1, 2007
13
47%

Rendition (2007)

"...housing top-notch actors and their hefty paychecks but nothing else beyond the obviousness of the melodramatic malarkey it spouts with empty conviction."

Posted Oct 23, 2007
14
94%

"[A] tortured morality play that takes place on the salacious sidewalks where bluebloods and bombastic blue-collared souls equally pound the pavement in cynical unity."

Posted Oct 23, 2007
15
51%

"Bleak, bombastic and belligerent, Slade's blood-busting bohemians will indeed take a caustic chunk out of your imaginative horrifying souls."

Posted Oct 20, 2007
16
65%

"Surprisingly, this insightful tearjerker is padded with expressive layers well beyond the average made-for-television sentiments because of the penetrating performances."

Posted Oct 20, 2007
17
9%

The Comebacks (2007)

"Let's face it, folks...we need another repetitive spoof movie like a piglet needs dirty fingernails...never registers beyond aping its lazy connect-the-dots jocularity."

Posted Oct 20, 2007
18
26%

"Inspirational but overly cliched with its pseudo-earnestness...In short, this heartland-based hokum about a high school baseball team is definitely corn off the cob."

Posted Oct 15, 2007
19
46%

"Lyrical and reflective, Married is an entertaining inquiry into that everlasting hunt for elusive marital bliss and the empty-hearted casualties that are all too familiar with its unpredictability."

Posted Oct 12, 2007
20
56%

"A sluggishly regurgitation of the noteworthy 70's-style cop dramas. The nocturnal naughtiness behind Gray's mean streets saga begs for a compelling ounce of creative daylight"

Posted Oct 11, 2007
21
53%

"Somehow, the Beatles' precious diamonds are glaringly missing from Lucy's sky if not in Julie's unevenly charismatic but cluttered and customary Universe."

Posted Oct 11, 2007
22
22%

"Extinction is basically a robotic and wretched screen-sized visual video game that never challenges or stimulates the audience's rush for genuine outrageous freakiness."

Posted Oct 9, 2007
23
87%

Control (2007)

"[An] intimate look at a tragic footnote in entertainment. A moody yet strangely melodic concoction about creativity and confusion in an overwhelming abyss of artistic isolation"

Posted Oct 8, 2007
24
14%

"Cunningham's scope is myopic and minimal in a mystical yet meandering piece of malarkey that masquerades as a long-winded Tolkien treasure hunt for teenage thrill-seekers."

Posted Oct 8, 2007
25
29%

"The Farrellys' The Heartbreak Kid is a seemingly sketchy and erratic farce that begs for some of the wayward cinematic siblings' trademark outlandish quirkiness."

Posted Oct 6, 2007
26
39%

Feast of Love (2007)

"Feast does nothing concrete to make us embrace this uneven romancer that has all the giddy spirit of a melted box of chocolates."

Posted Oct 5, 2007
27
29%

The Game Plan (2007)

"Sappy and simplistic, The Game Plan belongs on the sidelines of stale cotton candy creativity."

Posted Sep 27, 2007
28
76%

"Aside from the movie's mouthful title, this [is a] contemplative and carousing exposition. [The] prairie-induced pathos is plenty to digest with absolute reverence."

Posted Sep 21, 2007
29
5%

"[A] fetid romantic comedy...In short, if it weren't for bad Luck then the chump Chuck wouldn't have any cinematic luck at all."

Posted Sep 20, 2007
30
43%

The Brave One (2007)

"Jordan's Brave delves into a showy yet sluggish crime drama that incorporates all the cliched parts of a fatalistic fantasy audiences have seen over and over."

Posted Sep 17, 2007

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