Exclaim!

Exclaim! is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s): David Nusair
Rating Title/Year Author
Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day (2009) John Semley As a fan of the series it pains me to say so but after seven seasons and two films the Trailer Park Boys have worn out their welcome. EDIT
Posted Oct 8, 2018
Ratatouille (2007) Noel Dix The look of Ratatouille is nothing short of spectacular, as Pixar manages to once again give their film that classic look, which isn't that difficult when your backdrop is France. EDIT
Posted Aug 3, 2007
Zodiac (2007) Zodiac director David Fincher has not only brought a fresh look to the [serial killer] genre, he's reinvented himself in the process. EDIT
Posted Mar 3, 2007
Fido (2007) Travis Hoover Currie's wit and aesthetic sense show that competency might yet come to Canadian film, making his debut feature all the more pleasing. EDIT
Posted Dec 6, 2006
District B13 (2004) Travis Hoover There's more entertainment pound for pound here than in any other film in release: action fans, miss it at your peril. EDIT
Posted Jun 3, 2006
Why We Fight (2005) Travis Hoover [Director Eugene] Jarecki simply sets out the facts, stands back and shows you the disaster that results. See it twice. EDIT
Posted Feb 18, 2006
Primer (2004) Travis Mackenzie Hoover A remarkably original approach to an age-old story. EDIT
Posted Dec 4, 2004
Honey (2003) Noel Dix Even the dancing fails to entertain. EDIT
Posted Dec 6, 2003
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) An original and timeless eye-popper. EDIT
Posted May 17, 2003
The Crime of Father Amaro (2002) David Nusair El Crimen Del Padre Amaro would likely be most effective if used as a tool to rally anti-Catholic protestors. EDIT
Posted Feb 10, 2003
The Bourne Identity (2002) Carol Harrison Absolutely no question the best date movie so far this summer. EDIT
Posted Jun 22, 2002
Hamlet (2000) The vision that the director is showing us is admittedly clever and cool, but is ultimately empty because it comes at the expense of the integrity of the material. EDIT
Posted Sep 10, 2001