Geoff Andrew

Geoff Andrew

Agrees with the Tomatometer 75% of the time.

Biography:
Time Out film critic.
Publications:
Time Out , Time Out New York , Time Out Sydney
Total Reviews:
2913

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Add Date
4/5 82% Camille Claudel, 1915 (2013) " Juliette Binoche gives a wonderful performance as Camille, conveying the intelligence, anxiety, anger and isolation of an artist abandoned by her family." — Time Out
Posted Jun 17, 2014
95% Sanma no aji (An Autumn Afternoon) (The Widower) (1964) " While An Autumn Afternoon is in so many ways wholly typical of Ozu, it's also a very distinct variation, following beautifully from its predecessors." — Sight and Sound
Posted May 20, 2014
—— Le chagrin des oiseaux (Timbuktu) " Abderrahmane Sissako may not be the most prolific of filmmakers, but he is undoubtedly one of the most interesting and ambitious writer-directors working in film today, and quite possibly one of the best." — Sight and Sound
Posted May 15, 2014
57% The Effect of Gamma Rays on Man-in-the-Moon Marigolds (1972) " Newman and Woodward's daughter Potts steals the movie, but what makes it so watchable is Newman's reluctance to sentimentalise." — Time Out
Posted Jan 14, 2014
2/5 50% Age of the Uprising (2014) " Succeeds neither as a decent adaptation of the book nor as a rewarding movie in its own right ... Dullness prevails." — Time Out
Posted Dec 17, 2013
4/5 99% Gloria (2014) " Sebastián Lelio's fine film boasts subtly nuanced, plausible performances, none more so than Paulina García as the strong-willed, fun-loving but sometimes lonely protagonist." — Time Out
Posted Oct 29, 2013
50% Thunderbolt (1929) " A museum piece, then, for Sternberg completists only." — Time Out
Posted Oct 3, 2013
80% Breaking the Sound Barrier (The Sound Barrier) (1952) " Unfortunately, Terence Rattigan's script, while solidly structured, never probes beyond the basic conceit that an obsession which works towards the glory of mankind in general may wreak havoc on private lives." — Time Out
Posted May 1, 2013
4/5 78% Aurora (2011) " Puiu's special approach to the realist aesthetic ensures that 'Aurora' rings unusually true. Superb stuff." — Time Out
Posted Nov 6, 2012
4/5 93% Elena (2012) " Sturdy performances, fine photography from Mikhail Krichman, good use of music by Philip Glass and a pleasingly terse script make for incisive, gripping drama." — Time Out
Posted Oct 16, 2012
3/5 100% The Snows of Kilimanjaro " The film succeeds as an ethical enquiry and as populist, politically intelligent drama." — Time Out
Posted Sep 11, 2012
1/5 28% The Taste of Money (2013) " As the sexual, financial and criminal shenanigans get ever more complicated, absurd and melodramatic, the film becomes increasingly tiresome; it's not even possible to enjoy its excesses in a 'so bad it's good' way." — Time Out
Posted May 31, 2012
98% Mud (2013) " For the most part Nichols' follow-up to Take Shelter feels pleasingly fresh and for-real." — Sight and Sound
Posted May 26, 2012
4/5 86% In the Fog (2013) " Loznitsa knows that war exists and won't go away; rather than indulging in patriotic or pacifistic platitudes, he tries to show what it might do to our souls. And, in this writer's opinion, he succeeds." — Time Out
Posted May 25, 2012
2/5 55% Post Tenebras Lux (2013) " Yet again, one senses that Reygadas - instead of simply getting on with the job of making a film - has opted instead to go for an opus magnum that reminds us of cinema's greats" — Time Out
Posted May 24, 2012
3/5 —— Mineurs 27 Time Out
Posted May 24, 2012
4/5 83% You Ain't Seen Nothin' Yet! (2013) " Whether Resnais will complete another movie remains to be seen, but if this were by any chance to be his swansong, with its distant and resonant echoes of 'Hiroshima Mon Amour' (made 63 years earlier), it would certainly be a lovely one." — Time Out
Posted May 23, 2012
70% Student (2013) " It certainly doesn't outlast its welcome and fulfils its admittedly modest ambitions. " — Sight and Sound
Posted May 22, 2012
91% Beyond The Hills (2013) " While there's an almost tragic inexorability to the events depicted, the film frequently surprises by providing small but telling details and ambiguities." — Sight and Sound
Posted May 22, 2012
4/5 82% Like Someone in Love (2013) " Kiarostami is once again taking an intriguingly oblique approach to his material. " — Time Out
Posted May 22, 2012
3/5 80% Reality (2013) " Garrone just about keeps things under control long enough to make the surprisingly quiet coda emotionally satisfying and resonant." — Time Out
Posted May 20, 2012
2/5 —— Memory Lane Time Out
Posted Apr 16, 2012
92% Insomnia (2002) " Despite its linear storyline, the film is very recognisably the work of the sharp, probing intelligence that gave us Following and Memento." — Time Out
Posted Apr 5, 2012
29% Max My Love (Max Mon Amour) (1996) " Despite the potentially subversive material, the film frankly lacks bite." — Time Out New York
Posted Apr 3, 2012
83% Ornette: Made in America (2012) " For the sight and sound of the man in action (including some fine archive footage from the early '70s), it's essential viewing for any jazz aficionado." — Time Out
Posted Mar 27, 2012
100% The Ring (1927) " Arguably the finest of Hitchcock's silent films." — Time Out
Posted Mar 20, 2012
3/5 —— 80 Waves (2012) Time Out
Posted Feb 11, 2012
83% All This, and Heaven Too (1940) " It's a pretty long, gloomy haul, though lavishly mounted (with photography by Ernest Haller) and sensitively acted." — Time Out
Posted Feb 3, 2012
67% America, America (The Anatolian Smile) (1963) " The entire movie benefits from its authenticity, geographical, historical and emotional, and may be seen as one of the peaks of Kazan's career." — Time Out
Posted Feb 3, 2012
100% Hold Back the Dawn (1941) " This romantic weepie is both moving and effectively stylish." — Time Out
Posted Feb 3, 2012
86% The Citadel (1936) " Sweetened with a happy ending, it's still an effective piece of work, thanks to Donat's typically sturdy performance and Vidor's powerful direction." — Time Out
Posted Jan 31, 2012
78% Il Momento della Verita (The Moment of Truth) (1965) " It's a colourful, cruel world of senseless exploitation (of animals and humans alike) and tyrannical traditions, rendered with vivid brilliance by this uncommonly unsentimental director." — Time Out
Posted Jan 23, 2012
2/5 69% Hadewijch (2010) " You either go with Dumont's arrogant series of conundrums and paradoxes or - as I do - you see them as mere meaningless 'effects' with little rhyme and no reason." — Time Out
Posted Jan 20, 2012
3/5 71% The Nine Muses (2011) " A fragmented but highly engrossing cinepoem on the related subjects of migration and exile, isolation and memory." — Time Out
Posted Jan 17, 2012
4/5 86% Carancho (2011) " The desolate Edward Hopper nightscapes provide an effective context..." — Time Out
Posted Jan 6, 2012
45% Fay Grim (2007) Time Out
Posted Nov 18, 2011
—— Fireworks Wednesday (Chaharshanbe-soori) (2008) Time Out
Posted Nov 18, 2011
51% 30 Days of Night (2007) Time Out
Posted Nov 18, 2011
4/5 —— Aita (Father) Time Out
Posted Nov 16, 2011
2/5 —— 80 egunean (For 80 Days) (2010) Time Out
Posted Nov 16, 2011
3/5 —— Halt Auf Freier Strecke Time Out
Posted Nov 16, 2011
4/5 67% Honeydripper (2007) Time Out
Posted Nov 16, 2011
99% Le Havre (2011) " Something to savour." — Time Out
Posted Oct 18, 2011
4/5 97% The Kid with a Bike (2012) " To anyone familiar with the Dardennes' relatively small but very substantial body of work, this might sound as if it's going over old ground - and maybe it is, but it's still producing fresh and extremely fruitful results." — Time Out
Posted May 16, 2011
4/5 92% Ballast (2008) " Although the film never fulfils the promise of its elliptical, mysterious opening - the drama occasionally lacks momentum as it proceeds towards some sort of resolution - there's no denying its intelligence, compassion and assurance." — Time Out
Posted Mar 16, 2011
3/5 93% Abel (2013) " Engrossing, intelligent fare." — Time Out
Posted Jan 5, 2011
89% Sisters of the Gion (Gion no shimai) (1936) " Superbly acted, shot and scripted, this is searing stuff." — Time Out
Posted Jul 7, 2010
86% The Emigrants (1971) " It's very slow, subtly acted, and if you can last the course, quite moving" — Time Out
Posted Jul 6, 2010
4/5 64% The Girlfriend Experience (2009) " Naturalistic performances and stylish, semi-documentary-style cinematography and editing (both courtesy of the director) make for an engrossing, insightful study of internal and interpersonal conflict." — Time Out
Posted Dec 4, 2009
5/5 66% Che: Part One (The Argentine) (2009) " It's not a Hollywood-style movie - it demands patience and proper attention - but it's a great movie, and rewards magnificently." — Time Out Sydney
Posted Sep 29, 2009
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