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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
Best in the series. Good creepy fun.
Posted Sep 2, 2002
2
1/5
One of the first and worst of the Jaws rip-offs.
Posted Sep 2, 2002
3
4/5
Magical chemistry make this Stone a polished romantic/action/comedy.
Posted Sep 2, 2002
4
3.5/5
Possession (2002)
The performances are strong, though the subject matter demands acting that borders on hammy at times.
Posted Sep 2, 2002
5
3.5/5
Simone (2002)
Simone is as appealing to watch as the sexy virtual siren herself. A little empty-headed, sure, but still cheerful fun.
Posted Sep 2, 2002
6
4/5
Classic dark comedy that's starting to show its age.
Posted Sep 2, 2002
7
5/5
Black Sunday (1960)
Visually stunning, black and white creeper.
Posted Sep 2, 2002
8
4/5
Gojira (1956)
Japan's classic monster movie in its original and better form.
Posted Sep 2, 2002
9
4/5
Michelle Williams really proves herself here. She's terrific in what could become her breakout role from television's Dawson's Creek.
Posted Sep 2, 2002
10
4/5
... legitimate thrills and chills with minimal bloodshed and only suggested violence.
Posted Aug 29, 2002
11
4/5
The actors really draw you into their Conversations and make you want to know what their sentence in life will be.
Posted Aug 22, 2002
12
1/5
Truly painful horror movie. For die hards only.
Posted Aug 22, 2002
13
1/5
One of the worst of Stephen King movies. Don't punch in for this mess.
Posted Aug 22, 2002
14
5/5
Vastly under rated. Grand fun.
Posted Aug 22, 2002
15
1/5
A good example why they shouldn't come back for more.
Posted Aug 22, 2002
16
5/5
One of the greatest fairy tales ever made. Pure film magic in any language.
Posted Aug 22, 2002
17
1/5
Keaton and Garcia have never been any more desperate than in this silly film.
Posted Aug 22, 2002
18
3/5
Wizards (1977)
A cartoon classic of its time that hasn't aged well.
Posted Aug 22, 2002
19
3/5
Depressing but inventive.
Posted Aug 22, 2002
20
5/5
Fantasia (1940)
The best concept for an animated film ever. One of the true great full-length cartoons.
Posted Aug 22, 2002
21
3/5
The only good Friday. Fast paced, funny and nicely atmospheric. Neat ending.
Posted Aug 22, 2002
22
0/5
The worst of the Nightmares. Don't bother turning on to this Elm Street.
Posted Aug 22, 2002
23
3.5/5
Blue Crush (2002)
Blue Crush is a real Splashdance...filled with jaw-dropping photography that breathlessly drags you into the waves head first and leaves you soaked with awe.
Posted Aug 22, 2002
24
2/5
Serving Sara (2002)
Sadly, any hoped-for chemistry rarely materializes in a landslide of mostly mean-spirited humor.
Posted Aug 21, 2002
25
5/5
As lovely and intriguing as 'Jean de Florette' in every way.
Posted Aug 13, 2002
26
4/5
Local Hero (1983)
Slighty overrated because of its quirkiness.
Posted Aug 13, 2002
27
5/5
The best Bond ever. Period!
Posted Aug 13, 2002
28
4/5
Loved it as a kid. Might not wear well now.
Posted Aug 13, 2002
29
4/5
Just plain funny.
Posted Aug 13, 2002
30
3/5
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Posted Aug 13, 2002
31
4/5
A very underrated film, with Peter Boyle stealing the show.
Posted Aug 13, 2002
32
5/5
Who'd ever believe Fred would grow up to have such a sweet 'Three Sons.'
Posted Aug 13, 2002
33
2/5
Videodrome (1983)
More weird than scary.
Posted Aug 13, 2002
34
4/5
We just lauged and laughed -- in Cinerama, no less.
Posted Aug 13, 2002
35
2/5
Cimarron (1931)
Maybe the most undeserving Best Picture winner ever.
Posted Aug 13, 2002
36
2/5
Rambo III (1988)
Quote not available.
Posted Aug 13, 2002
37
3/5
Ruby (1992)
Quote not available.
Posted Aug 13, 2002
38
5/5
39
3/5
Titanica (1995)
Quote not available.
Posted Aug 9, 2002
40
2.5/5
XXX (2002)
They were right when they said, "Nobody does it better."
Posted Aug 8, 2002
41
3.5/5
Director/writer Robert Rodriguez spins a razzle-dazzle tale for the small fry, filled with gadgets and monsters.
Posted Aug 8, 2002
42
5/5
Fail-Safe (1964)
Wow! One of the scariest black and white films of all time.
Posted Aug 8, 2002
43
2/5
Dolly does Chicago -- and not much else.
Posted Aug 8, 2002
44
3/5
Sparse but oddly compelling.
Posted Aug 8, 2002
45
2.5/5
Blood Work (2002)
Twenty-three movies into a mostly magnificent directorial career, Clint Eastwood's efficiently minimalist style finally has failed him. Big time.
Posted Aug 8, 2002
46
2.5/5
... There are enough tacky product placements to open a convenience store.
Posted Aug 2, 2002
47
4/5
The story feels more like a serious read, filled with heavy doses of always enticing Sayles dialogue.
Posted Aug 1, 2002
48
5/5
Signs (2002)
A field of screams...Signs point to Shyamalan as this generation's Hitchcock.
Posted Aug 1, 2002
49
2.5/5
Bartleby (2002)
It's surprisingly bland despite the heavy doses of weird performances and direction.
Posted Jul 25, 2002
50
3.5/5
The message becomes the savior for "The Country Bears," an equal parts silly and sweet tale that wears its great big ol' heart on its grizzly-sized sleeve.
Posted Jul 25, 2002