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Edwin Schallert

Edwin Schallert
Edwin Schallert's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Los Angeles Times

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
92% Sabrina (1954) Constantly through the cleverness of individual situations Sabrina seems to override what is wrong with its plot and even its motivation.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Apr 29, 2019
100% A Foreign Affair (1948) The bitterness of A Foreign Affair is thus likely to linger after its laughs have passed.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Apr 29, 2019
100% The Philadelphia Story (1940) Miss Hepburn, as a comedienne, is perhaps a greater star than she ever was at any prior cinema period, as a serious actress. This comes near being her champion achievement.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Apr 22, 2019
100% The Lost Weekend (1945) The "curse of the drink" was never more vividly dealt with than in The Lost Weekend. It is a modern version of an old-time thriller type of melodrama about the evils of over-imbibing, more streamlined and scientific than its predecessors,‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Apr 22, 2019
97% Suspicion (1941) At times even the audience believes as the woman does. At other times doubt intrudes. This is where Suspicion shines as especially deft and adroit, and loyal also to Hitchcock precedent for keeping both characters and spectators guessing.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Apr 19, 2019
100% The Public Enemy (1931) If there are to be gangster pictures, let them be like The Public Enemy, hard-boiled and vindictive almost to the point of burlesque.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Apr 19, 2019
100% The Gold Rush (1925) The first comedy of epic proportions has reached the screen.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Apr 19, 2019
94% Fantasia (1940) The words most used to describe "Fantasia," besides the conventional "beautiful" and "wonderful" were "path-breaking" and "courageous." The phrase "courageous beyond belief" would be even more accurate.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Jan 18, 2013
100% Citizen Kane (1941) It can be classified as, in a number of aspects, one of the most arresting pictures ever produced.‐ Los Angeles Times
Read More | Posted Jan 18, 2013
98% The Wizard of Oz (1939) There is something new in the land of cinema at long last.‐ Los Angeles Times
Posted Aug 26, 2011