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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
Schlock (1973)
A goofy, low-budget joy.
Posted Jul 6, 2003
2
0/5
High Spirits (1988)
Ghastly ghost story.
Posted Jul 6, 2003
3
5/5
A beautiful blend of inventive staging, great music and gritty story.
Posted Jul 6, 2003
4
3/5
As low budget vampire flicks go, this one doesn't bite.
Posted Jul 6, 2003
5
2.4/5
Though touted as 'traditional' animation, a good chunk of the film is computer-crafted. It's jarring to see the distinctly different styles clash in the same scenes.
Posted Jul 6, 2003
6
4/5
The amazing imagery that fills the screen magically mixes a National Geographic special with the artistry of Fantasia and the awe of Koyaanisqatsi.
Posted Jul 6, 2003
7
3.5/5
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines overhauls the original straight-faced tone of the series and tries hard to deliver the granddaddy of popcorn films.
Posted Jul 6, 2003
8
2/5
It's more dumbfounding that so much time is wasted on a cast of unknowns, second-stringers granted solos long before Kelly or Justin take center stage. Why not support with other first-season alums?
Posted Jun 28, 2003
9
2.5/5
Jet Lag (2003)
Jet Lag lives up to its title by landing in the middle of a tired romantic comedy.
Posted Jun 28, 2003
10
3/5
Hulk (2003)
He's mean and he's green, but The Hulk isn't lean at a running time of about two hours and 20 minutes. As its shortened title reflects, this Hulk isn't incredible.
Posted Jun 28, 2003
11
3.5/5
With its B-movie sensibility, 28 Days Later is a tidy horror opus.
Posted Jun 28, 2003
12
4.5/5
See it to believe it, even if you won't really know whose truth to believe.
Posted Jun 25, 2003
13
2.5/5
... sorry, Charlie, this crowded "Angels" episode plays more slick than shrewd.
Posted Jun 25, 2003
14
4.5/5
Spellbound (2002)
It's all sharply captured to the letter in a new, captivating documentary. To spell it out, Spellbound is G-R-E-A-T.
Posted Jun 5, 2003
15
3/5
Imagine an average episode of Friends with subtitles, more sex and less laughs.
Posted Jun 5, 2003
16
3.5/5
You might get a campish kick from The Spirit of '76...Where else can you find a film that has teen idol David Cassidy sharing time with new wave fave Devo?
Posted Jun 5, 2003
17
4.5/5
Finding Nemo (2003)
... with Father's Day just a few weeks away...'Nemo' swims off with hearts of all ages.
Posted May 28, 2003
18
3/5
The blushing-red double entendres are more colorful than the sets and costumes.
Posted May 15, 2003
19
4/5
The Matrix Reloaded is better than the original.
Posted May 15, 2003
20
4/5
Raising Victor Vargas displays a sweet intelligence. It has a gritty charm about itself .
Posted May 2, 2003
21
3/5
The Movie has the same tone and feel as the cable-TV show and should thrill little girls everywhere. Parents should do OK, too.
Posted May 2, 2003
22
3.5/5
Bebop does deliver quite a bit of lively animated action.
Posted May 2, 2003
23
4/5
Filled with humor and human drama, this La Mancha is an intriguing place for film lovers to get lost.
Posted May 2, 2003
24
4/5
X2 perfectly marks the mutant spot.
Posted May 2, 2003
25
4.5/5
Identity (2003)
... no "Identity" crisis here. It's just a top-notch thriller fresh enough to become a mini-classic.
Posted Apr 23, 2003
26
3.5/5
Tully (2002)
Best to just pick up a blade of grass and chew on it while absorbing the scenic imagery and natural acting of a strong cast.
Posted Apr 17, 2003
27
4/5
James Cameron goes back to the same salty water and makes it fresh. . .Ghosts of the Abyss is a breathtaking success.
Posted Apr 17, 2003
28
4/5
Holes (2003)
Rich in fun and chock full of mystery, audiences will really dig Holes .
Posted Apr 17, 2003
29
2/5
Jabberwocky (1977)
One of the Python's weakest.
Posted Apr 13, 2003
30
3/5
Fun, light Disney cartoon.
Posted Apr 13, 2003
31
5/5
Overlooked sci-fi tale. Great fun.
Posted Apr 13, 2003
32
3/5
Not bad if a bit dry.
Posted Apr 13, 2003
33
4/5
Great who-done-it.
Posted Apr 13, 2003
34
4/5
Pale Rider (1985)
Eastwood in fine form.
Posted Apr 13, 2003
35
0/5
The Mangler (1994)
A major bore.
Posted Apr 13, 2003
36
4/5
Surprisingly entertaining.
Posted Apr 13, 2003
37
0/5
As bad as they come.
Posted Apr 13, 2003
38
1/5
They promised this would be the final one. They lied.
Posted Apr 13, 2003
39
3/5
Not bad but pales to the terrific TV show.
Posted Apr 13, 2003
40
4/5
Genuine chills and surprises. Blows away the TV show.
Posted Apr 13, 2003
41
4/5
The best of the Troma films.
Posted Apr 13, 2003
42
3.5/5
Each stunning scene is a delicious sight, filled with gorgeous, lush landscapes. . .Just open your eyes and say, "A-a-a-ah."
Posted Apr 4, 2003
43
3.5/5
A Man Apart (2003)
Diesel proves himself in a stronger role and grittier story.
Posted Apr 4, 2003
44
4/5
Halloween (1978)
A real trick and treat. Genuinely creepy stuff.
Posted Mar 20, 2003
45
3/5
The Funhouse (1981)
Creepy but slow horror show. Neat monster.
Posted Mar 20, 2003
46
4/5
Levity (2003)
Levity is that rare movie that possesses a soul.
Posted Mar 20, 2003
47
4/5
Willard (2003)
Crispin Glover is Willard. . .take delight biting into this tasty slice of horror cheese.
Posted Mar 20, 2003
48
4/5
Charming, warm and witty, the wonderful Pooh gang proves to be as entertaining as ever. . . Piglet's Big Movie is big, big fun.
Posted Mar 20, 2003
49
3/5
Dreamcatcher (2003)
. . . Kasdan and co-writer William Goldman lose their grip on oh-so-many things King.
Posted Mar 19, 2003
50
3/5
Gerry (2003)
If you check Gerry out at the cinema, at least you won't have to worry if you need to use the restroom. Damon and Affleck still will be wandering lost in the same desert when you get back to your seat.
Posted Mar 16, 2003