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Robert Sullivan

Robert Sullivan
Robert Sullivan'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 It Only Happens to Others (1971) At last women are starting to work behind the camera... It Only Happens to Others [is] a superb film written and directed by Nadine Marquand Trintignant.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 22, 2020
33% Last of the Red Hot Lovers (1972) Although the laughs aren't as solid or as frequent as The Odd Couple's, it remains one of Simon's best works.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 16, 2020
No Score Yet Another Nice Mess (1972) [Bob] Einstein has a bizarre, fertile mind, and he gets a lot of milage out of what is essentially a one-joke movie.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 16, 2020
No Score Yet The Secretary (1971) Needless to say, it's abominable.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 16, 2020
No Score Yet High School (1968) If truth is beauty, this is indeed a beautiful film.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2020
29% Born to Win (1971) Despite some funny and some touching moments, everything rings hollow.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2020
No Score Yet My Old Man's Place (1971) Potential remains undeveloped.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2020
46% Song of the South (1946) The film has some beautiful animated sequences with Bre'r Rabbit and Br'er Fox, but the bad in the film would seem to outweigh the good.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2020
60% Wuthering Heights (1970) A superb version of this classic love story.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2020
No Score Yet Kidnapped (1973) At times the acting is wooden, and the film gets off to a slow start, but once it gets rolling, it is "family entertainment" that is truly entertaining.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2020
No Score Yet To Find a Man (1972) This is a constructive film with positive things to say about human values; its many flaws can't negate its vitally important statement.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2020
57% The Nightcomers (1972) Has occasional moments where Brando's genius shines through.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 8, 2020
No Score Yet Puppet on a Chain (1972) There's no real character development, most of the action scenes are unimaginative, and parts of the plot are mechanical and trite.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
No Score Yet Z.P.G. (1972) The film was so forgetable that, for me, at least, the picketers outside the theater did more to harm Z.P.G.'s image than the movie inside.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
No Score Yet Is There Sex After Death? (1971) Undoubtedly the funniest X-rated movie ever made.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
No Score Yet Skyjacked (1972) Imagine, if you can, Airport reduced to a made-for-TV movie.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
No Score Yet The War Between Men and Women (1972) All of the performances are excellent, especially those of Lemmon.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
No Score Yet The Culpepper Cattle Co. (1972) The film is excellent and, if virtue be rewarded, will do very well indeed.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
64% Prime Cut (1972) A much greater fault is the way the film constantly pulls its punches; half of the film's climaxes don't feel quite right because they're not sufficiently climactic.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
92% Junior Bonner (1972) Junior Bonner is considerably better than most of the reviews it has been receiving would lead you to believe.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
91% Duck, You Sucker (A Fistful of Dynamite) (Giù la testa) (1972) Well, Leone still has his sense of humor.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
No Score Yet The Possession of Joel Delaney (1972) The film is interesting on a number of levels, but moments of heavy-handed melodrama and a less imaginative plot keep it from reaching the heights of a film like Rosemary's Baby.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
No Score Yet Hannie Caulder (1971) The role of Hannie isn't particularly complex, and Raquel rounds it out nicely.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 7, 2020
No Score Yet Le Casse (The Burglars) (1972) The film has a number of imaginative moments, but it has enough unimaginative moments to make the overall film fairly forgettable.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
No Score Yet The Man (1972) The Man lacks the documentary realism of a film like The Candidate, but, in its way, the political insights it has to offer are equally as profound.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
44% Bluebeard (1972) Call it refreshing without filling, bubblegum for the mind, with a little horror, nudity, and Burton theatrics thrown in for fun.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
No Score Yet Kansas City Bomber (1972) Kansas City Bomber is not only the best film Raquel Welch has ever been in, it's also one of the better films to come out of M.G.M. in quite some time.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 6, 2020
No Score Yet Thumb Tripping (1972) Obviously, the film isn't as good as Easy Rider, but it's still very interesting.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
No Score Yet La maison sous les arbres (The Deadly Trap) (1971) For [director Rene] Clement, character development is at least fifty percent of the story, and he knows how to get good performances out of his actors.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
67% Asylum (1972) Robert (Psycho) Bloch's script is tightly and intelligently written, but at times he tends towards predictability.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
60% Tomorrow (1972) Faulkner has never been better translated to the screen.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
60% A Separate Peace (1972) Frank Stanley's photography captures the strangeness and the beauty of this remembrance of things past.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
No Score Yet Hammer (1972) The suspense created is comparable to a bowl of warm Jello.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
No Score Yet The Great Waltz (1972) It's hard to guess what M.G.M. had in mind when they backed this film, because the potential audience hardly seems large enough to cover expenses.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
No Score Yet The Assassination of Trotsky (1972) After watching Trotsky's death, his wife's tears, the assassin's questioning, and the girl's hysterics, the viewer is almost left with a feeling of "So what?"‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
No Score Yet La Salamandre (The Salamander) (1972) A fascinating new film from Switzerland.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 3, 2020
100% Fat City (1972) The fight sequences are the best I've seen. But it is the acting, the feeling for character, which makes this film so extraordinarily different.‐ Los Angeles Free Press
Read More | Posted Jan 2, 2020