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Long Island Press

Long Island Press is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): Prairie Miller
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Title/Year
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A keen sense of how women have swam through a whole lot of repression and pain back then, to pave the way for females to breeze along through in the here and now.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
2
A searing and haunting period saga with a mournful, universal anti-war lament.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
3
Every glance and gesture is an extraordinary vision bathed in lingering and hypnotic beauty.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
4
Gender avenger director Meyers's good natured target practice on a 60-ish Don Juan chasing tender-age babes.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
5
Big Fish (2003)
The taming by Hollywood of divinely weird and edgy imaginations like Tim Burton, is pretty much a fish out of water experience.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
6
Honey (2003)
Sparkling but slight glimpse into the lives of the lusty female dancers of the music video world.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
7
Timeline (2003)
In the end, keeping score of most of the ensuing cross-cultural mayhem is about as involving as Xeroxing for two hours.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
8
Bad Santa (2003)
With Christmas mischief like this, who needs Halloween.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
9
Gothika (2003)
One and one are not necessarily always two, and mixing the occult with a psychiatric thriller may end up, inadvertently, as comedy.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
10
All the quirky characters feel as familiar and comfortable as the supporting cast in your own life, even when it comes to the irritating ones.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
11
A different kind of ship flick, more about the spicy flow of conversation in the cramped quarters below, than a rip-roaring, rough seas action adventure.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
12
The filmmakers, simply forgotten in the dramatic rush of events, capture the anatomy of a coup as it crystallized and unraveled, and history nearly recorded itself.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
13
Elf (2003)
Ferrell is lunatic perfect, skirting the sillier sentimentality of the story, while never missing an opportunity to indulge in its darker, more ridiculous excesses.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
14
Tries to hedge its bets by doing a conscious balancing act between page and screen, and ends up doing justice to neither.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
15
Easily one of the most original and shrewdly crafted movies this year, amidst a glut of hollow, show-off cinematic pageantry.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
16
Zany comic relief moments hold th film together when you might otherwise be, well, itching to flee the theater.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
17
Runaway Jury (2003)
The kind of bracing psychological thriller that makes a case for the battle of ideas being every bit as thrilling as a great fight scene.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
18
A conventional Hollywood comedy boasting a bolder indie heart, the film essentially combines the worst of both worlds.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
19
If genre imitation is at epidemic levels, Tarantino still holds the title of original master, and the guy most likely to be stolen from.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
20
Wonderland (2003)
You might actually anticipate learning something about the real JohnnyHolmes and his vocational choices. Think again.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
21
These are genuinely felt and vulnerable characters, each with a reason to feel swept to the outer margins of society.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
22
Gets that messy emotional juncture between bruised torment and naked despair just right
Posted Dec 31, 2003
23
Duplex (2003)
not since 'Whatever Happened to Baby Jane,' has geriatric terrorism been so creepy.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
24
Down-home, good-natured sense of humor, but a sitcom-ish sentimentality often veering between Sunday sermonizing and silliness.
Posted Dec 31, 2003
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The In-Laws (2003)
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Identity (2003)
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Lilja 4-ever (2003)
36
Phone Booth (2003)
37
The Core (2003)
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Basic (2003)
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Old School (2003)
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2.5/4
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75/100
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4/4
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4/4
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3/4
Spider (2002)
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Lockdown (2002)
Lockdown makes that excruciating and often terrifying ordeal of incarceration gut wrenching and palpable.
Posted Feb 17, 2003
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