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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
The strong subject matter continues to shock throughout the film. Not everyone will play the dark, challenging tune taught by The Piano Teacher.
Posted Jun 20, 2002
2
C-
Cherish (2002)
It's best to avoid imprisonment with the dull, nerdy folks that inhabit Cherish.
Posted Jun 20, 2002
3
B-
The Bourne Identity is much like a Jackie Chan movie, only with Mr. Matt Damon performing the superman stunts.
Posted Jun 20, 2002
4
4/5
If "Lilo & Stitch" isn't the most edgy piece of Disney animation to hit the silver screen, then this first film to use a watercolor background since "Dumbo" certainly ranks as the most original in years.
Posted Jun 20, 2002
5
1.5/5
Time literally stops on a dime in the tries-so-hard-to-be-cool "Clockstoppers," but that doesn't mean it still won't feel like the longest 90 minutes of your movie-going life.
Posted Jun 19, 2002
6
3.5/5
Singer/composer Bryan Adams contributes a slew of songs - a few potential hits, a few more simply intrusive to the story - but the whole package certainly captures the intended, er, spirit of the piece.
Posted Jun 19, 2002
7
4.5/5
Spider-Man (2002)
They don't make action-adventure movies better than the often spectacular "Spider-Man," the most exciting film re-creation of a superhero since Christopher Reeve donned a red cape and blue tights in "Superman."
Posted Jun 19, 2002
8
A
Middle-earth is a real world from the first reel on, thanks to incredible special effects woven seamlessly with great storytelling.
Posted Jun 14, 2002
9
B+
As bright as a light saber, George Lucas strikes back with stunning imagery and the best ending yet to his popular series.
Posted Jun 14, 2002
10
B-
Scooby-Doo (2002)
This big screen caper has a good bark, far from being a bow-wow.
Posted Jun 14, 2002
11
4/5
There are fine performances all-around
Posted Jun 10, 2002
12
Hamlet (2000)

It's a novel take, but sort of like reading Cliff's Notes.
Posted Oct 30, 2001
13
Malena (2000)
It's no wonder [Bellucci's] Malena, as an adult Renato recalls, is the only woman he's never forgotten.
Posted Feb 7, 2001