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Dennis Schwartz

Dennis Schwartz
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
B+ 100% The Watermelon Woman (1997) It's a refreshingly tasty lesbian flick‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B+ 90% The Outpost (2020) It's a good realistic war drama if you want to see how the war in Afghanistan is going.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B 93% A Regular Woman (Nur Eine Frau) (2020) A grim true story about a devout Muslim Turkish honor killing in 2005 in Germany. ‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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C+ 41% Irresistible (2020) Too safe and too hollow election-year satire.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B No Score Yet Scent of Mystery (1960) It stinks, but only from the perfume it releases in the theater.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B 100% House of Hummingbird (Beolsae) (2020) Gentle and satisfying coming-of-age drama about a neglected teenage girl.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B 70% 7500 (2020) Tense, well-crafted and fast paced, but the air comes out of it after the mid-way point.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted Jun 29, 2020
C 80% Francis (1950) Why such a silly, witless and ordinary film would become so popular, cannot be comprehended by me.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted Jun 29, 2020
A- 75% Tiger Bay (1959) The twelve-year-old Hayley Mills, the daughter of the great Brit actor John Mills, also starring in the film, makes her acting film debut an outstanding one.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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C+ 93% Babyteeth (2020) It works somewhat as a dramedy, but not enough to satisfy me.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted Jun 26, 2020
A- 59% The Yakuza (1975) It's a different kind of crime film, an overlooked gem.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted Jun 26, 2020
C+ No Score Yet The Case Of The Black Parrot (1940) The talky crime film plays like a Perry Mason TV episode.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted Jun 25, 2020
B+ 84% Mr. Jones (2020) A bleak but true-life informative historical drama from the renown female Polish director Agnieszka Holland.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B- 93% Yourself and Yours (2020) It has a catchy droll humor, if nothing else.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B No Score Yet Kyonetsu no kisetsu (The Warped Ones)(The Weird Love Makers)(Wild Love-Makers) (1960) Jazz friendly, inexplicable, arty and weird.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted Jun 21, 2020
B- 65% The Lovebirds (2020) An innocuous and lightweight but likable and funny screwball crime comedy.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted Jun 20, 2020
C+ 61% The Call of the Wild (2020) If you are merely looking for a safe family-adventure film, you will probably enjoy this film more than I did.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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C 24% The Postcard Killings (2020) A grizzly serial killer thriller that's not too exciting on film even if it might have been in the book.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted Jun 19, 2020
B- 100% 2040 (2020) Voices the optimistic sentiment that by following good science there's still time to save the planet.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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C+ 72% The King of Staten Island (2020) The crude comedy is an acquired taste, which I haven't quite acquired yet.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B+ 95% The Surrogate (2020) Smart but talky indie drama of liberal New Yorkers concerned with a surrogate pregnancy and Down syndrome, as well as morality issues over abortion.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted Jun 15, 2020
C+ 0% Walk the Proud Land (1956) There was little action, which is not a good sign for any Western.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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C- 73% Beach Blanket Bingo (1965) If this one is considered the best in the series, I'd hate to see the others.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B 80% Outrage (2011) An enjoyable over-the-top stylishly violent and amoral yakuza film.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted Jun 13, 2020
B 89% You Don't Nomi (2019) Revisits the much maligned stripper film of Paul Verhoeven's 1995 Showgirls.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B No Score Yet Golda (2019) The film paints a sympathetic portrait of Golda, as it asks her foes to take another look at her.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B 100% On the Record (2020) "It's a topical film, well-executed in a fair way, that's relevant.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted Jun 10, 2020
B+ 88% Shirley (2020) Elisabeth Moss is perfectly cast for the part of the neurotic horror and mystery writer Shirley Jackson.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B No Score Yet Goodland (2018) It's not Fargo, it's Kansas.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B+ 97% The Half of It (2020) Well-conceived and superbly written quirky coming-of-age story.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B 96% Lucky Grandma (2020) Very funny Chinese-American gangster comedy.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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A 100% The Grey Fox (2020) A Western classic.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B- No Score Yet Silver Dollar (1932) It should have been a juicy historical biopic.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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C+ 69% Becky (2020) Lulu Wilson gives the kind of outrageous performance that indicates the strong possibility of future stardom.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B 100% Better Days (2019) A meaningful but overwrought youth drama about bullying in Chinese schools.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B 92% End of Sentence (2020) A low-key family themed drama that's bittersweet and sometimes funny.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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C+ 50% Chopping Mall (Killbots) (1986) An inane but entertaining horror comedy.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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A- 92% The Vast of Night (2020) It looks and feels like an episode from the Twilight Zone.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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C- 69% The High Note (2020) The feel-good rom-com musical showbiz story never hits the right key.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B 78% Tommaso (2020) Shot like a documentary in the director's apartment in Rome.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted May 29, 2020
A- 93% The Great Buster: A Celebration (2018) Would make a welcome addition to any film library on the Old Stone Face for both newcomers and those already familiar with him.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B 88% The Trip to Greece (2020) A good tourist trip film.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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C 30% Red Joan (2019) A dull telling of a lively true spy yarn.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted May 26, 2020
A 84% Hidden Agenda (1990) Moving fictionalized political thriller that's based on fact.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted May 26, 2020
B 74% Villain (2020) It has an intensity and energy that's explosive.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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B 96% The Painter and the Thief (2020) It's a strange documentary, where humanism, compassion, perspectives and the unexpected converge in a way that made for a most interesting narrative.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted May 23, 2020
B- 86% Angelfish (2019) Underwhelming cross-cultural Bronx romance between a white man and a Puerto Rican woman.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted May 22, 2020
B 67% 12 Hour Shift (2020) The film's message might be that you can only keep murderous psychopaths quiet for only so long before they erupt.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted May 21, 2020
C+ 63% Hope Gap (2020) To this viewer the film lacked emotional depth.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted May 20, 2020
C+ No Score Yet The Human Factor (1975) A pointless film that valued computers more than it does people.‐ Ozus' World Movie Reviews
Read More | Posted May 20, 2020