Graham Fuller

Graham Fuller

Agrees with the Tomatometer 80% of the time.

Publications:
Boston Phoenix , Film Comment Magazine , Sight and Sound , Village Voice
Total Reviews:
16

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Showing 1 - 16 of 16
Rating T-Meter Title | Year Add Date
98% Starred Up (2014) " As it portrays the battle of wills between two men for one savable youth's soul, Starred Up unostentatiously depicts other integral aspects of prison life-administrative corruption and homosexuality, as well as racism. " — Film Comment Magazine
Posted Jul 7, 2014
2/5 68% Beyond the Edge (2014) " Though impressively shot, the doc is a weak advertisement for 3-D." — New York Daily News
Posted Jul 3, 2014
3/5 67% Me and You (2014) " Bertolucci depicts Olivia's ordeal explicitly and the siblings' bonding tenderly. He makes eloquent use of the claustrophobic set." — New York Daily News
Posted Jul 3, 2014
82% Camille Claudel, 1915 (2013) " This later history of Claudel, which stars Juliette Binoche, is spare, harsh and minimalistic, as one would expect from Bruno Dumont." — Sight and Sound
Posted Jun 20, 2014
2/5 31% Lullaby (2014) " Jennifer Hudson and Terrence Howard are wasted in tiny parts, as is Amy Adams as the lost love of the sulky rocker." — New York Daily News
Posted Jun 12, 2014
4/5 91% Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case (2014) " China's government can't handle dissident artist Ai Weiwei. He turns every move to suppress him into brilliant conceptual art." — New York Daily News
Posted May 15, 2014
2/5 86% The Discoverers (2014) " The unusually grizzled Dunne excels. Sadly, the movie is marred by tepid, often crass comedy." — New York Daily News
Posted May 15, 2014
4/5 83% Belle (2014) " The serious tone of director Amma Asante's film goes far in undercutting any gloss. It looks more like a murky Rembrandt than an episode of "Downton Abbey."" — New York Daily News
Posted May 1, 2014
88% A Field in England (2014) " The strategy is not unfamiliar but, aided by Jim Williams's ethnic ambient score, the fusion is so successful here that it makes the strangeness of mystic Albion come stunningly alive-notwithstanding the playful, ribald storytelling." — Film Comment Magazine
Posted Jan 14, 2014
51% The Iron Lady (2012) " So, as thrilling as it is to watch Streep imitate Thatcher, The Iron Lady feels like a missed opportunity, not to blame and cast aspersions, but to weigh and assess." — Film Comment Magazine
Posted Nov 5, 2013
63% Anna Karenina (2012) " The look is gorgeous, of course, but seldom has so much aestheticization served so much heartlessness." — Film Comment Magazine
Posted Nov 5, 2013
85% Sightseers (2013) " Devised by acting-writing comedy team Lowe and Oram and co-scripted by Amy Jump, director Ben Wheatley's professional and personal partner, the movie pokes fun at the social limitations of these lumpen Midlanders without sneering at or patronizing them." — Film Comment Magazine
Posted Nov 5, 2013
55% The Look of Love (2013) " Coogan's own impersonation is precise, but the melancholy that finally engulfs Raymond is beyond him." — Film Comment Magazine
Posted Nov 4, 2013
67% Redbelt (2008) Boston Phoenix
Posted Apr 23, 2009
89% Zodiac (2007) " David Fincher's sixth feature potently blends the dynamics of the newsroom drama with those of the police procedural." — Sight and Sound
Posted Oct 18, 2007
90% The Wicker Man (1973) " The Wicker Man's genre-bending, thematic daring, and tortuous history have made it the U.K.'s definitive cult movie." — Village Voice
Posted Aug 29, 2006
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