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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
4.5/5
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
2
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
3
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
4
4.5/5
Not only does [Ferrera] have curves, but she also has big talent. Real Women is really great.
Posted Nov 14, 2002
5
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
6
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
7
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
8
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
9
4.5/5
The Grey Zone is powerful, mesmerizing and disturbing.
Posted Nov 9, 2002
10
5/5
Grand clay-mation. Animator Nick Park is brilliantly funny.
Posted Nov 9, 2002
11
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
12
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
13
4/5
Marlon Brando has the Godfather, Laurence Olivier has Hamlet, and now Tim Allen has . . . Santa Claus.
Posted Nov 1, 2002
14
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
15
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
16
4/5
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Posted Oct 24, 2002
17
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
18
3.5/5
The Ring (2002)
The Ring is a surprisingly effective creeper.
Posted Oct 21, 2002
19
5/5
Prepare to be Spirited Away by this amazing animated film.
Posted Oct 21, 2002
20
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
21
2.5/5
... newcomer Lohman really is the one shining brightest through all the soap suds sprayed by "White Oleander."
Posted Oct 10, 2002
22
2/5
The Tuxedo (2002)
The Tuxedo proves to be missing a few buttons as a satisfying action flick. The likable Chan looks surprisingly out of fashion in this poorly designed vehicle.
Posted Oct 4, 2002
23
2/5
Overrated Python flick. It's just not that funny.
Posted Oct 4, 2002
24
2/5
Starcrash (1979)
Sexy Caroline Munro is the only reason to watch.
Posted Oct 4, 2002
25
3.5/5
The Komediant is a tale worth catching.
Posted Oct 4, 2002
26
4/5
...the one thing this Wild film has that other Imax films don't: chimps, lots of chimps, all blown up to the size of a house. That's fun for kids of any age.
Posted Oct 4, 2002
27
2.5/5
Good grief requires consistently great writing. "Moonlight Mile" falls too many yards short.
Posted Oct 4, 2002
28
2/5
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Posted Oct 3, 2002
29
5/5
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Posted Oct 3, 2002
30
2/5
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Posted Oct 3, 2002
31
4/5
The Wolf Man (1941)
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Posted Oct 3, 2002
32
4/5
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Posted Oct 3, 2002
33
2/5
Jaws 3 (1983)
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Posted Oct 3, 2002
34
3/5
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Posted Oct 3, 2002
35
3/5
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Posted Oct 3, 2002
36
3/5
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Posted Oct 3, 2002
37
3/5
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Posted Oct 3, 2002
38
4/5
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Posted Oct 3, 2002
39
4/5
While locals will get a kick out of spotting Cleveland sites, the rest of the world will enjoy a fast-paced comedy with quirks that might make the award-winning Coen brothers envious.
Posted Oct 3, 2002
40
1/5
Yes, Ballistic is silly. Unfortunately, it's not silly fun unless you enjoy really bad movies.
Posted Sep 28, 2002
41
3.5/5
It's hard not to be seduced by [Witherspoon's] charisma, even in this run-of-the-mill vehicle, because this girl knows how to drive it to the max.
Posted Sep 28, 2002
42
4.5/5
... the dark, sarcastic tale no doubt will recall the profound likes of "Midnight Cowboy" and "The Graduate" ... That's not such bad company to keep for a boy named Igby and guy named Burr.
Posted Sep 19, 2002
43
2/5
Leprechaun 2 (1994)
Routine horror sequel with no pot of gold at the end of its dark rainbow.
Posted Sep 8, 2002
44
3.5/5
Elling (2002)
Elling is a light but self-sufficient comedy.
Posted Sep 8, 2002
45
5/5
The granddaddy of all time travel movies. Grand fun.
Posted Sep 8, 2002
46
3/5
Not bad but poor CGI muffles the scares.
Posted Sep 8, 2002
47
2.5/5
The situation and humor are sitcom quality at best.
Posted Sep 8, 2002
48
2/5
Not as fun as I Was a Teenage Werewolf.
Posted Sep 2, 2002
49
2/5
One of the weaker Disney animated films.
Posted Sep 2, 2002
50
5/5
Fantastic mix of comedy, horror, and romance.
Posted Sep 2, 2002