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Dick Lochte

Dick Lochte
Dick Lochte's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Los Angeles Free Press

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
No Score Yet Luminous Procuress (1972) The other-worldly ambience that [director Steven] Arnold attempts to achieve is ably enhanced by his eccentric cast.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
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No Score Yet Every Little Crook and Nanny (1972) The ultimate failure of the film is all the more curious when you consider that Howard's Lovers and Other Strangers was a very satisfying little comedy. So, what's the story, Cy?‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 17, 2020
90% Frenzy (1972) Alfred Hitchcock's best suspense film in over a decade.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 16, 2020
92% Ride in the Whirlwind (1967) The dialogue sounds particularly authentic.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
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100% The Shooting (1967) [Monte] Heilman was a director who deserved attention, even six years ago.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
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87% A Clockwork Orange (1971) An exercise in creative self-indulgence in which a talented artist sells his talent short by engaging in a petty, perverse project.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2020
83% Straw Dogs (1971) We see it. but we can't believe it. Nor can Hoffman.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2020
100% Le Boucher (1971) A compact, hard, bright iewel of a movie.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2020
70% The Great Northfield Minnesota Raid (1972) [Phillip] Kaufman's clever script moves from bloody murder to historically precise set pieces to Occult visions to wacky humor with consitent style.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2020
No Score Yet Buck and the Preacher (1972) Little more than a string of shop-worn sagebrush sausages.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2020
No Score Yet Cool Breeze (1972) Instead of indulging in lovingly photographed garbage cans at twilight, [director Barry] Pollack seems to be acutely aware of the limitations of the action-suspense genre and concentrates on bare-bones exposition.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
83% The Other (1972) The Other is not quite the spellbinder it's cracked up to be.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
60% Ten Days' Wonder (1972) It's unfortunate that the unevenness of the motion picture makes such attention a dubious blessing.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
No Score Yet Fuzz (1972) Fuzz may not be up to the standards of M.A.S.H. or The Hospital, and it may take its time gathering momentum after each foray into realism, but it does have its moments of high hilarity and for that we should be properly appreciative.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
No Score Yet The Trial of the Catonsville Nine (1972) The actors, most of them familiar from countless television performances. are solidly dependable.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
97% Play It Again, Sam (1972) Allen has the uncanny knack of magnifying our most unguarded, embarrassing, selfish and just plain silly moments into a blossoming garden of neuroses and phobias.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
29% Hammersmith Is Out (1972) Dull, trifling, tasteless, self-consciously cute - these barely begin to describe Hammersmith's terminal weaknesses.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
50% Conquest Of The Planet Of The Apes (1972) I'm tempted to comment that reports of the Hollywood film's death have been exaggerated. It is alive and well and flourishing on the Planet of the Apes.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
No Score Yet The Revengers (1972) Even Borgnine's outrageously hammy con man seemed perfectly proper.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
87% The Candidate (1972) [Michael] Ritchie's technical skill as a director is impressive.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
52% Boxcar Bertha (1972) Though not always successful, the film does maintain a crudely compelling lifeforce, helped in no small way by the talented leads.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
No Score Yet The Public Eye (1972) Talk is not only cheap but ripe with pseudo-philosophy and achingly arch bon mots.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
69% Butterflies Are Free (1972) A perfect example of schmaltz so cunningly and attractively created that it will move even the stoniest soul.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
No Score Yet The New Centurions (1972) The big problem is the screenplay which is, you should excuse the expression, one long cop-out.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
No Score Yet F.T.A. (1972) The film is actually painful to sit through. Not just boring, but painful, watching talented people put to no special use.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
63% Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972) [Vincent] Price is priceless, virtually the last of the great histrionic school (Barrymore, Laughton et al) who can serve up a mound of ham on wry and manage to make it perfectly palatable.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
No Score Yet Red Sun (1972) The acting is about what we have come to expect from the international celebrities involved.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
87% Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex * But Were Afraid to Ask (1972) With one exception, the skits are delightful.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
90% Deliverance (1972) It's quietly positive moments are stomped out by the pervasive brutality and uncompromising sadism.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
29% The Groundstar Conspiracy (1972) It belabors all the wrong points, while throwing away its moments of suspense.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
No Score Yet Rivals (1972) [Krishna Shah's] flaccid son-mother-lover triangular melodrama is such a misguided mediocrity that the boldface statement of ownership will undoubtedly be something Shah will live to regret, if he doesn't already.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
No Score Yet Slaughter (1972) There are no saving good Bad Movie standards to rescue Slaughter.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
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No Score Yet The Wrath of God (1972) Is easy enough to enjoy because it seldom takes itself very seriously.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
No Score Yet When the Legends Die (1972) Newcomer Frederic Forrest turns the role into a showcase tour de force.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
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No Score Yet The Salzburg Connection (1972) Rarely has a film, utilizing European locales, seemed so cheapjack and void of production values.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
No Score Yet A Safe Place (1971) The fact of the matter is that [Henry] Jaglom has come up with a minor classic of sorts, but not one that can be appreciated effortlessly.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
83% The Ruling Class (1972) The Ruling Class is that rarity, a successful, satiric film. No other genre is so plagued by good intentions and regrettable results.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
67% Hickey & Boggs (2000) Everyone else, mystery buffs included, should get their money's worth out of spending a few hours in the company of Hickey and Boggs.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
89% Sounder (1972) Sounder, its oddly non-alluring title notwithstanding, is as close to a perfect film as we're likely to get these days.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
60% Savage Messiah (1972) [Ken] Russell, without resorting to stomach-churning violence or mindboggling camera trickery, has proven himself a true master of cinematic vitality and versatility.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
No Score Yet Limbo (1972) Not even TV would be crass enough to re-run yesterday's soap opera.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
92% Bad Company (1972) A pleasant enough film, but taken as a whole it has about as much cohesion as a Bob Hope monologue.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
92% The Emigrants (Utvandrarna) (1971) It is unquestionably the most ambitious film to reach us from Sweden, a big, expensive drama of impressive scope, yet with a careful attention to detail.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
50% Blacula (1972) Blacula is beautiful, a totally entertaining movie that is not only a successful satire... but also provides a number of genuinely terrifying moments.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
No Score Yet Play It as It Lays (1972) [Frank] Perry's directional flourishes and the chilling performances by Tuesday Weld and Anthony Perkins, and a few others, make it a work that is more fascination than turn-off.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
No Score Yet They Only Kill Their Masters (1972) With television gradually improving the quality of its Movies of the Week, one would expect theatrical producers to follow that example.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
No Score Yet Unholy Rollers (1972) Unholy Rollers is a more entertaining movie than the Raquel Welch vehicle, Kansas City Bomber. It's no less trashy, just more fun.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
33% The Mechanic (1972) Indifferently acted, carelessly photographed, unnecessarily complex, The Mechanic is clearly not in working order.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
No Score Yet Trouble Man (1972) If, like me, you didn't care for Shaft other than as prime example of future camp-trash, you would do well to stear clear of Trouble Man.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
89% Ulzana's Raid (1972) It is an exciting, suspenseful film made with thorough professionalism.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020