In the Dark - Rotten Tomatoes

In the Dark

In the Dark is not a Tomatometer-approved publication. Reviews from this publication only count toward the Tomatometer when written by the following Tomatometer-approved critic(s):
Rating
Title/Year
Author
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Ask the Dust (2006)
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Why We Fight (2006)
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Edvard Munch (1976)
Edvard Munch is one of the best expressions on screen of the elusive, indefinable mystery of artistic expression.
Posted Mar 4, 2006
10
Nanny McPhee (2006)
11
Match Point (2005)
Match Point is a tremendously unsettling picture. It's not a net cord, but a clean winner.
Posted Mar 4, 2006
12
Casanova (1987)
Here is a Casanova true to the spirit of the legendary original %u2013 gorgeous, witty, flamboyant, seductive, and delightful company for an evening of pure enjoyment.
Posted Mar 4, 2006
13
Transamerica (2006)
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Matador (1986)
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The World (2005)
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Casanova (2005)
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Capote (2005)
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Aeon Flux (2005)
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It is also the first movie from this noted celebrator of women in which the only girls are boys.
Posted Sep 15, 2005
27
It would be nice to report that the result is a little gem, but it wouldn't be true. It's told with enthusiasm, but with very little artistry.
Posted Sep 15, 2005
28
Saraband (2003)
Like much of Bergman's later work, Saraband has a guiltily confessional, autobiographical feel to it.
Posted Sep 13, 2005
29
3/5
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Posted Sep 12, 2005
30
5/5
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Posted Sep 12, 2005
31
5/5
Chinatown (1974)
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Posted Sep 12, 2005
32
3/5
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Posted Sep 12, 2005
33
Asylum (2005)
34
So how can a joke that everybody knows, that has been told and retold at least since vaudeville was young, still get laughs? The secret is in the telling.
Posted Aug 29, 2005
35
Tarnation (2004)
For some audiences it will be electrifying and important. Others will find it wears out its welcome long before the closing credits roll.
Posted Jan 18, 2005
36
Anderson uses laconic the way the Three Stooges use pies
Posted Dec 27, 2004
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Posted Apr 21, 2004
38
While The Passion will succeed for some and fail for others as theology, it fails as a movie because of the single-mindedness of vision that blinds the filmmaker to the elements of storytelling a movie needs to spread its case beyond the faithful.
Posted Feb 27, 2004
39
The filmmakers have done a remarkable job of integrating the profusion of elements that come into this story and make the movie unique.
Posted Sep 16, 2003
40
[Frears] delivers atmosphere, tension, and substantial fodder for thought, and does it with a mastery that loses nothing in the suspense department for being low key.
Posted Aug 13, 2003
41
This is one of those rare gems that will no doubt seduce a Hollywood producer into ruining it with a couple of American eggs and a director who doesn't know how to make a souffle.
Posted Jun 9, 2003
42
It is a measure of Hudson's achievement that an actor of Ewan McGregor's ability flounders so palely in his shadow.
Posted May 20, 2003
43
A welcome breeze of comedy.
Posted May 6, 2003
44
3/4
Phone Booth (2003)
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Posted Apr 7, 2003
45
2/4
The Hunted (2003)
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Posted Mar 18, 2003
46
On Guard (1997)
A pure delight.
Posted Feb 4, 2003
47
4/5
The Pianist (2002)
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Posted Jan 21, 2003
48
Director George Hickenlooper has had some success with documentaries, but here his sense of story and his juvenile camera movements smack of a film school undergrad, and his maudlin ending might not have gotten him into film school in the first place.
Posted Nov 19, 2002
49
Like Mike (2002)
By the last third, though, director John Schultz has used up every cliché he can remember, and the air is coming out of the ball.
Posted Jul 9, 2002
50
3/4
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Posted Jun 4, 2002