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Your Movies (cleveland.com)

Your Movies (cleveland.com) is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Gerry Shamray, John Urbancich
Rating
Title/Year
Author
1
4/5
Tasteless but grandly funny experiment.
Posted Jan 25, 2003
2
2/5
10 (1979)
Highly over-rated Dudley Moore comedy.
Posted Jan 25, 2003
3
0/5
The lowest point on Chevy Chase's career.
Posted Jan 25, 2003
4
4/5
Entertaining war flick shadowed by superior original.
Posted Jan 25, 2003
5
5/5
Superman (1978)
Still the best comic book turned movie.
Posted Jan 25, 2003
6
4/5
Sharp satire. Great fun.
Posted Jan 25, 2003
7
4/5
Arty and scary horror flick.
Posted Jan 25, 2003
8
3/5
It doesn't quite deserve the gong, but there are more fascinating acts than "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind."
Posted Jan 23, 2003
9
5/5
Magical experiment from Woody Allen.
Posted Jan 16, 2003
10
2/5
Kangaroo Jack falls flat more than it bounces.
Posted Jan 16, 2003
11
5/5
The Pianist (2002)
The Pianist is Polanski's best film.
Posted Jan 16, 2003
12
4/5
25th Hour (2003)
Raw and edgy...Spike Lee is ticking again.
Posted Jan 10, 2003
13
5/5
... an often funny, generally poignant and mostly realistic portrait of a common Joe, trying to come to terms with the holes left after a lifetime of hard work.
Posted Jan 3, 2003
14
4/5
"Catch Me" feels capable of charming the masses with star power, a pop-induced score and sentimental moments that have become a Spielberg trademark.
Posted Dec 24, 2002
15
5/5
Chicago (2002)
Renée Zellweger, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Richard Gere, Queen Latifah and even sad-faced ol' John C. Reilly will have you singin' and dancin' in the aisles.
Posted Dec 24, 2002
16
2.5/5
With little wit and a routine story, it's hard to imagine any reason to get wild about The Wild Thornberrys Movie.
Posted Dec 21, 2002
17
5/5
Even at a disturbing 168 minutes, the big, bold, bloody "Gangs" and its eloquently quiet ending likely will leave audiences with more goosebumps than scars.
Posted Dec 18, 2002
18
5/5
The gorgeously elaborate continuation of "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy is so huge that a column of words cannot adequately describe co-writer/director Peter Jackson's expanded vision of J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth.
Posted Dec 18, 2002
19
1/5
Pet Sematary (1989)
Another awful Stephen King adaption.
Posted Dec 12, 2002
20
5/5
More brilliant fun from the Marx Brothers.
Posted Dec 12, 2002
21
4/5
The original cast go out with a bang.
Posted Dec 12, 2002
22
5/5
Grand Disney animated film that doesn't have a bad spot in it.
Posted Dec 12, 2002
23
5/5
Simply terrific action film.
Posted Dec 12, 2002
24
5/5
The best romantic comedy ever made.
Posted Dec 12, 2002
25
2/5
Empire (2002)
There isn't a redeeming character to be found in Empire which makes it awfully hard to enjoy.
Posted Dec 12, 2002
26
4/5
Drumline (2002)
Drumline has got the beat. This terrific film will have your feet tapping in movie-going joy.
Posted Dec 12, 2002
27
3/5
Analyze That (2002)
[Crystal and De Niro] manage to squeeze out some good laughs but not enough to make this silly con job sing.
Posted Dec 6, 2002
28
1/5
Painful sci-fi comedy.
Posted Dec 4, 2002
29
5/5
Re-Animator (1985)
Richly dark and inventive horror film.
Posted Dec 4, 2002
30
4.5/5
Half Star Wars and half Classics Illustrated, Disney's Treasure Planet is a total blast, filled with animation dazzle and imaginative storytelling.
Posted Dec 4, 2002
31
5/5
The best film of 2002 comes right out of the '50s...a rich and radiant re-creation of the bittersweet tales told by the long-ago likes of director Douglas Sirk and (Cleveland's own) producer Ross Hunter.
Posted Nov 20, 2002
32
4.5/5
Neal Purvis and Robert Wade mix a relevant story with clever tributes to franchise films. Their robust throwback obviously ensures Bond will survive on screen way beyond "Another Day."
Posted Nov 20, 2002
33
4.5/5
Not only does [Ferrera] have curves, but she also has big talent. Real Women is really great.
Posted Nov 14, 2002
34
4/5
Heaven (2002)
Though death robbed Krzysztof Kieslowski of the opportunity, substantial contributions from the visually adept Tykwer allowed him to leave us a little slice of "Heaven."
Posted Nov 14, 2002
35
4/5
Auto Focus (2002)
Who knows? Perhaps playing the master of his bedroom on so many creepy videotapes did somehow fulfill Crane's urges for more legitimate stardom.
Posted Nov 14, 2002
36
4/5
Funny and, at times, poignant, the film from director George Hickenlooper all takes place in Pasadena, "a city where people still read."
Posted Nov 14, 2002
37
4/5
8 Mile (2002)
Em's lowdown, dirty diatribe may sound like treason, but you might discover that his rhyme is the reason.
Posted Nov 14, 2002
38
4.5/5
The Grey Zone is powerful, mesmerizing and disturbing.
Posted Nov 9, 2002
39
5/5
Grand clay-mation. Animator Nick Park is brilliantly funny.
Posted Nov 9, 2002
40
2/5
Femme Fatale (2002)
It's hard to imagine that a movie starring the leggy Rebecca Romijn-Stamos as its Femme Fatale could be boring.
Posted Nov 9, 2002
41
3.5/5
Below (2002)
Thanks to strong acting and low-key direction, Below stays above water in atmosphere and suspense.
Posted Nov 1, 2002
42
4/5
Marlon Brando has the Godfather, Laurence Olivier has Hamlet, and now Tim Allen has . . . Santa Claus.
Posted Nov 1, 2002
43
1/5
Formula 51 (2002)
Formula 51 has dulled your senses faster and deeper than any recreational drug on the market.
Posted Oct 27, 2002
44
1/5
Ghost Ship (2002)
Such master screenwriting comes courtesy of John Pogue, the Yale grad who previously gave us "The Skulls" and last year's "Rollerball." Enough said, except: Film overboard!
Posted Oct 24, 2002
45
4/5
Quote not available.
Posted Oct 24, 2002
46
3.5/5
... the former "SNL" star really is ideal as Anderson's put-upon hero. Regardless, a much longer "stretch" might have been realized with a more mainstream actor in such a whacked-out role.
Posted Oct 24, 2002
47
3.5/5
The Ring (2002)
The Ring is a surprisingly effective creeper.
Posted Oct 21, 2002
48
5/5
Prepare to be Spirited Away by this amazing animated film.
Posted Oct 21, 2002
49
3.5/5
Abandon (2002)
... an otherwise intense, twist-and-turn thriller that certainly shouldn't hurt talented young Gaghan's resume.
Posted Oct 17, 2002
50
2.5/5
... newcomer Lohman really is the one shining brightest through all the soap suds sprayed by "White Oleander."
Posted Oct 10, 2002