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Movie Mom at Yahoo! Movies

Movie Mom at Yahoo! Movies is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Nell Minow
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Title/Year
Author
1
B-
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Posted Feb 14, 2012
2
B+
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Posted Feb 1, 2012
3
C
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Posted Jan 24, 2012
4
D
The Invasion (2007)
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Posted Jan 24, 2012
5
B-
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Posted Jan 21, 2012
6
B
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Posted Jan 14, 2012
7
D
Zookeeper (2011)
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Posted Dec 31, 2011
8
B
War Horse (2011)
9
B+
10
B-
11
B+
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Posted Dec 14, 2011
12
B
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Posted Dec 6, 2011
13
B
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Posted Nov 18, 2011
14
A
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Posted Oct 11, 2011
15
B
Toast (2011)
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Posted Oct 8, 2011
16
B+
Thunder Soul (2011)
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Posted Oct 8, 2011
17
C
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Posted Aug 20, 2011
18
B
19
B+
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Posted Apr 12, 2011
20
B
21
B+
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Posted Apr 2, 2011
22
C-
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Posted Apr 2, 2011
23
B+
24
A-
True Grit (1969)
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Posted Dec 25, 2010
25
B+
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Posted Oct 23, 2010
26
B+
Conviction (2010)
27
B
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Posted Oct 13, 2010
28
C
29
B-
30
B+
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Posted Sep 21, 2010
31
B
Inkheart (2009)
32
B-
33
B+
34
D
Boogeyman (2005)
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Posted Mar 14, 2008
35
C
36
B+
37
B+
The stand-out is Amy Ryan as Amanda's almost-feral mother, in a full-on performance of breathtaking courage and mastery of detail.
Posted Oct 18, 2007
38
B+
George Clooney just keeps getting better and better. His performance here is rich and deep and layered, and seeing him work through his range of reactions is enormously moving. It provides a strong center for the legal thriller swirling around him.
Posted Oct 12, 2007
39
B-
Despite a powerful chase scene and some affecting performances, the movie's retro slant makes it simplistic and superficial.
Posted Oct 11, 2007
40
B-
Despite its small size, Norway Iowa is large enough to contain every stereotype known to man.
Posted Oct 11, 2007
41
B-
It is good to see both Stiller and the Farellys doing what they do best, happily grossing out audiences in the name of comedy.
Posted Oct 4, 2007
42
C
The Signs may be invisible to everyone but The Seeker, but the plot developments will be obvious to everyone after the first 20 minutes.
Posted Oct 4, 2007
43
B
If Wes Andersen ever decides to treat his characters with the same loving attention he treats his props, he will make better movies. Oh the tschotchkes in this movie! It's like a long, loving J. Peterman catalogue commercial.
Posted Oct 2, 2007
44
C
The Kingdom (2007)
A high-budget episode of "The A Team" crossed with "24" and a sort of "CSI: Riyadh" until a few minutes at the end try to tack on some larger meaning. It just shows how thin the material in the rest of the film is by contrast.
Posted Sep 27, 2007
45
A-
Penn's sensitive screenplay and Hirsch's engaging performance show us McCandless's ability to connect to the subtlest signals from the widest range of people and to the grandest scope of nature.
Posted Sep 21, 2007
46
D
It is the audience who will feel cursed.
Posted Sep 21, 2007
47
C
True to its video game origins, the movie is basically one set-piece after another, all going something like this. Alice (sometimes another character) enters a new environment. It is quiet. Too quiet. Then something scary and gross happens.
Posted Sep 21, 2007
48
C
It is overlong and under-plotted, visually vibrant but thematically pale. The characters are more alive in the original Beatles songs than they are on the screen.
Posted Sep 13, 2007
49
D
Mr. Woodcock (2007)
Instead of ending, it all just gives up with a sort of "never mind" ending that even Mr. Woodcock would have to call a foul on. Indeed, that is the best possible assessment of the movie as a whole.
Posted Sep 13, 2007
50
B+
Shoot 'Em Up (2007)
Writer-director Michael Davis has stripped the action movie down to its essence in a mind-blowing mash-up fueled with testosterone, adrenaline, and weapons-grade explosives.
Posted Sep 6, 2007