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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
3/5
Low production values but the multiple horror stories are surprisingly decent.
Posted Aug 9, 2004
2
3.5/5
I, Robot (2004)
It's all mechanically done, but at least I Robot manages to be entertaining.
Posted Aug 4, 2004
3
4/5
Maybe even the great 007 could learn a thing or two from the new kid on the espionage-movie block.
Posted Aug 4, 2004
4
4.5/5
...coldly gripping, if not down right scary.
Posted Aug 4, 2004
5
4.5/5
Spider-Man 2 (2004)
Spider-Man 2 swings
Posted Jul 1, 2004
6
3/5
Saved! (2004)
Saved! isn't bad but, just like many of its characters, it's a little too stuck-up for its own good intentions.
Posted Jun 19, 2004
7
3/5
It's not as classic as the novel.
Posted Jun 19, 2004
8
2.5/5
The Terminal (2004)
Much like the fictional Krakozhia, real-life logic and believable people don't exist.
Posted Jun 19, 2004
9
2.5/5
Soul Plane (2004)
First-timer Jessy Terrero's wing-and-a-prayer direction blows out an engine before the halfway mark of his 90-minute "Airplane!" take-off.
Posted May 27, 2004
10
3/5
Van Helsing (2004)
Even the classics knew not to run beyond 90 minutes. Sommers goes well past two hours, which takes a bite out of the fun.
Posted May 13, 2004
11
3/5
Troy (2004)
Peter O'Toole brings a real thespian touch to King Priam, adding blueblood appeal to an otherwise working-class Troy.
Posted May 13, 2004
12
4/5
Tombstone (1993)
Kilmer is as legendary as the Doc he plays.
Posted May 6, 2004
13
3/5
Aptly named "Minute" moves easily enough (despite) a silly, shallow screenplay laden with so much more absurdity than any screwball comedy should tolerate.
Posted May 6, 2004
14
3.5/5
It's an eye-popping education in the struggle for a new start.
Posted May 4, 2004
15
5/5
Kill Bill, Vol. 2 is pure B-movie bliss.
Posted Apr 15, 2004
16
4/5
... (the) big, fat fun is anything but a drag.
Posted Apr 15, 2004
17
3.5/5
Director Zack Snyder and screenwriter James Gunn have pumped the ultimate horror film into an action movie.
Posted Mar 30, 2004
18
4/5
Enjoyable beginning to a smart, witty and, yes, actually scary TV series.
Posted Mar 30, 2004
19
0/5
Ghoulies (1985)
B movie trash.
Posted Mar 30, 2004
20
3/5
The filmmakers may have captured the flavor of the popular cartoon a little too closely.
Posted Mar 30, 2004
21
5/5
Goldfinger (1964)
How can you top characters with names like Odd Job and Pussy Galore? The best of the Bond films.
Posted Mar 18, 2004
22
4/5
Perfectly low budget and delightfully over acted. This is what B horror movies is all about.
Posted Mar 18, 2004
23
4/5
Motel Hell (1980)
Campy fun that's worth checking in for a visit.
Posted Mar 18, 2004
24
0/5
Pieces (1983)
In the slasher genre, this is as bad as they come.
Posted Mar 18, 2004
25
4/5
Deliciously dark and hammy horror flick.
Posted Mar 18, 2004
26
3/5
The mystery in Secret Window won't be too hard to pry open.
Posted Mar 18, 2004
27
4/5
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind is appropriately memorable.
Posted Mar 18, 2004
28
4/5
Xanadu (1980)
Great tunes fill this flavorful bubble gum movie.
Posted Mar 11, 2004
29
4/5
Effective, unique horror movie.
Posted Mar 11, 2004
30
3.5/5
This is clearly the best video sequel that the mouse house has produced to date. Hakuna matata!
Posted Mar 11, 2004
31
2/5
The intentional badness of Cadavra fails to entertain.
Posted Mar 11, 2004
32
4.5/5
The Triplets of Belleville proves there's still plenty of life in hand-drawn animation.
Posted Feb 12, 2004
33
5/5
The Graduate (1967)
They don't make 'em much better than this (or Anne Bancroft's unforgettable Mrs. Robinson).
Posted Feb 5, 2004
34
4/5
Angel Heart (1987)
An underappreciated thriller with a sizzling Lisa Bonet to boot!
Posted Feb 5, 2004
35
3/5
A decent doc.
Posted Feb 5, 2004
36
4/5
Zemeckis initiates his string of hits here.
Posted Feb 5, 2004
37
5/5
Simply great, if not the greatest!
Posted Feb 5, 2004
38
3.5/5
...a surprisingly topical sequel that warmly embraces universal themes and values under its veil of comedy.
Posted Feb 5, 2004
39
5/5
Big Fish (2003)
Big Fish is simply a magical catch.
Posted Jan 9, 2004
40
3/5
Not one of Pacino's best.
Posted Dec 19, 2003
41
4/5
No Mickey, but a nice mouse.
Posted Dec 19, 2003
42
5/5
Can't wait for the movie(s)!
Posted Dec 19, 2003
43
5/5
In America (2003)
... Oscar voters should reward Sheridan (and his co-writing daughters Naomi and Kirsten) with nominations for picture, director and original screenplay.
Posted Dec 19, 2003
44
5/5
The Return of the King totally rules.
Posted Dec 18, 2003
45
2/5
Freaked (1993)
Good idea, weak execution.
Posted Dec 8, 2003
46
1/5
Elves (1989)
As bad as a B-movie about killer elves can be.
Posted Dec 8, 2003
47
3/5
Master and Commander eventually sets a strong sail, but that doesn't come until after being anchored by a slow-moving first half.
Posted Dec 8, 2003
48
2.5/5
Bubba Ho-Tep (2003)
Bubba Ho-Tep sounds more like a hip Saturday Night Live skit. Unfortunately, it also plays like a standard SNL movie, all high concept with little story.
Posted Dec 8, 2003
49
4/5
The Last Samurai is easily Tom Cruise's best film and performance in quite awhile.
Posted Dec 8, 2003
50
4/5
The ultimate Looney Tunes.
Posted Nov 14, 2003