Empire Magazine Australasia - Rotten Tomatoes

Empire Magazine Australasia

All reviews published on Empire Magazine Australasia always count toward the Tomatometer score because it is a Tomato-approved publication.
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
3/5
The Tumbler (2010)
2
3
4
Boy (2012)
4
3/5
5
3
6
5
7
3/5
8
3/5
Step Up 3 (2010)
9
1/5
10
1/5
11
3/5
12
1/5
Killers (2010)
13
3/5
14
4/5
Greenberg (2010)
Baumbach sends his signature brand of familial dysfunction west to Los Angeles in Greenberg, adding another exceptional character portrait to his resume and excavating unseen layers of depth in his leading man.
Posted Jul 20, 2010
15
4/5
The Runaways (2010)
16
3/5
Predators (2010)
17
4/5
The Horseman (2008)
18
2/5
A two-and-a-half hour vanity vehicle for a smug showbiz kid yet to show signs of his executive producer dad's charisma. Wax pretty off.
Posted Jul 6, 2010
19
5/5
Toy Story 3 (2010)
20
3/5
Grown Ups (2010)
21
4/5
I Am Love (2010)
22
4/5
23
4/5
A beautifully nuanced script, Bening at her best, and superb against-type performances by Watts and Jackson, make this a must-see film for, and about, women -- especially mothers.
Posted Jun 16, 2010
24
4/5
25
26
5/5
The A-Team (2010)
27
5/5
28
2/5
Preachy outrage and clunky execution deplete a vital decrying of misogyny.
Posted May 24, 2010
29
3/5
30
1/5
31
4/5
32
2/5
33
3/5
34
3/5
35
3/5
Daybreakers (2010)
36
3/5
37
4/5
The Road (2009)
It's the end of the world as we know it and you won't feel fine, even though The Road is fine filmmaking.
Posted Jan 26, 2010
38
4/5
Bran Nue Dae (2010)
39
5/5
40
4/5
Nowhere Boy (2010)
41
4/5
42
2/5
43
4/5
9 (2009)
With animation increasingly the exclusive domain of the Pixars and DreamWorks, fresh talent following in the footsteps of Tim Burton and Henry Selick is a welcome tangent.
Posted Dec 7, 2009
44
1/5
Planet 51 (2009)
Little kids who've never seen this story before might get a kick out of it and its bold colours. Parents will be yawning and looking at their watches. At least G-Force dared you to hate it; this just dares you to stay awake.
Posted Dec 7, 2009
45
5/5
Antichrist (2009)
Whatever your opinion of von Trier -- he's the enemy of polite cinema, at the very least -- there's no denying Antichrist is a fine horror film. The movie understands that genuine terror isn't the domain of ghouls and spectres; it resides in people.
Posted Nov 22, 2009
46
4/5
The concept might not be as high as alien invasion or mouthy mammoths, nor the art on the level of Pixar or Miyazaki or Selick, but in terms of sheer fun, this is the one to beat in '09.
Posted Nov 22, 2009
47
4/5
Cold Souls (2009)
48
5/5
For those who thought No Country For Old Men was too lightweight and resolved itself too neatly, behold the abyss that is A Serious Man.
Posted Nov 15, 2009
49
4/5
Johnson's shaggy dog runs here, there, and everywhere, weaving joyous, confusing circles in exotic locations before romping home with an unexpected wallop.
Posted Nov 8, 2009
50
4/5