H Magazine

H Magazine is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Brent Simon, Todd Gilchrist
Rating Title/Year Author
2/5 A Nightmare on Elm Street (2010) Todd Gilchrist a Nightmare just like the ones we've seen before, which is probably why it feels more tiresome than terrifying. EDIT
Posted Apr 30, 2010
4/5 The Losers (2010) Todd Gilchrist It's not frivolous, but it is featherweight, and a hell of a lot of fun. EDIT
Posted Apr 23, 2010
3.5/5 Date Night (2010) Todd Gilchrist a competent and engaging little comedy that delivers on its premise without demanding more from the audience than their enjoyment. EDIT
Posted Apr 11, 2010
Clash of the Titans (2010) Todd Gilchrist two dimensions is more than satisfying presentation format if you're at all interested in Clash of the Titans' otherwise perfectly uninspiring, generic-blockbuster thrills. EDIT
Posted Apr 4, 2010
1.5/5 Alice in Wonderland (2010) Todd Gilchrist a new story out of Carroll's mythmaking that fails to inspire interest, perhaps except as a rote exercise in mainstream weirdness. EDIT
Posted Mar 5, 2010
2.5/5 Cop Out (2010) Todd Gilchrist it satisfies the demands of being entertaining, and doesn't bother with the business of emotional depth or even particularly effective storytelling EDIT
Posted Feb 26, 2010
4/5 The Ghost Writer (2010) Todd Gilchrist a creepy, captivating thriller and the year's first great movie. EDIT
Posted Feb 19, 2010
Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief (2010) Todd Gilchrist there's not one single thing in it that will appeal to a person who has ever seen a mythological origin story before, much less any other sort of adventure movie. EDIT
Posted Feb 16, 2010
The Wolfman (2010) Todd Gilchrist Congratulations Universal - you made Van Helsing 2. EDIT
Posted Feb 10, 2010
Fast & Furious (2009) Todd Gilchrist Guaranteed to provide simple, straightforward thrills for anyone seeking temporary distraction from the routine and monotony of a life not lived through the window of a candy-colored automobile. EDIT
Posted Apr 14, 2009
Watchmen (2009) Todd Gilchrist Director Zack Snyder's Watchmen is an easy film to admire, but a less easy one to enjoy. EDIT
Posted Feb 25, 2009
The Children of Huang Shi (2008) Todd Gilchrist ...the film falls flat under the weight of its period-drama conventions and three performances that epitomize paycheck joylessness. EDIT
Posted Feb 13, 2009
Gomorra (2008) Todd Gilchrist In the pantheon of mob bosses and crime stories, its characters are okay, but they're hardly good fellows. EDIT
Posted Feb 11, 2009
Notorious (2009) Todd Gilchrist Notorious manages to convey what made both "Biggie" and Christopher Wallace so memorable, in the process introducing the man and his music to a whole new generation of fans. EDIT
Posted Jan 26, 2009
The Brothers Bloom (2008) Todd Gilchrist The Brothers Bloom manages to be a crowd-pleaser and a career-definer at the same time, with only what crowd and which career yet to be determined. EDIT
Posted Jan 23, 2009
Revolutionary Road (2008) Todd Gilchrist Revolutionary Road is a very powerful film even if I'm unsure whether or not it's also a very good one. EDIT
Posted Jan 23, 2009
Happy-Go-Lucky (2008) Todd Gilchrist Happy-Go-Lucky isn't just a film that demonstrates the goodness of humankind, but makes you believe in it as well. EDIT
Posted Jan 8, 2009
I've Loved You So Long (2008) Todd Gilchrist I've Loved You So Long transcends its melancholy subject matter thanks to a terrific, restrained performance from Kristen Scott Thomas which should earn her some attention when time comes to hand out nominations and then awards. EDIT
Posted Jan 8, 2009
Frost/Nixon (2008) Todd Gilchrist Frost / Nixon fails to satisfactorily explore its real-life subject matter because it substitutes the more conventional dramatic arc of a three-act storytelling structure for the eminently more powerful weight and intensity of what actually happened. EDIT
Posted Jan 7, 2009