Phil Hoad

Phil Hoad

Agrees with the Tomatometer 89% of the time.

Phil Hoad's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Guardian

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3/5 33% Poltergeist (2015) "It's a shame Kenan can't muster his own bit of gothic shorthand for post-credit crunch America, but the film still has a fluid, 3D-orientated immediacy ... " ‐ Guardian
Posted May 21, 2015
4/5 86% Mary Is Happy, Mary Is Happy "Beneath the modern veneer, something timeless emerges: a (pretty good) coming-of-age story. " ‐ Guardian
Posted Nov 20, 2014
4/5 88% Alleluia (2015) "It's disturbingly credible for a long time, its expert camerawork - all bifurcated faces and heaving pores - seeding the air with claustrophobia ... " ‐ Guardian
Posted Aug 21, 2014
3/5 94% Milius "Before he became a caricature, Milius personified 70s Hollywood's renegade heart and was airlifted in to supply gonzo energy at key junctures. " ‐ Guardian
Posted Oct 31, 2013
4/5 96% Cutie And The Boxer (2013) "Bohemianism and marriage are both for life in this alternately rueful and whimsical documentary about expat Japanese artist couple Ushio and Noriko Shinohara. " ‐ Guardian
Posted Oct 31, 2013
3/5 No Score Yet Ollie Kepler's Expanding Purple World "A textured and engaging look at a subject that often doesn't want to be looked at. " ‐ Guardian
Posted Feb 14, 2013
4/5 84% The Forgiveness of Blood (2012) "Joshua Marston hops on another subculture - Albanian blood feuds - and operates sensitively once again in the space between 21st-century ethnographer and enlightened genre director. " ‐ Guardian
Posted Aug 9, 2012
3/5 83% Cloclo "This biopic of French singer Claude Fran├žois almost summons the grandeur of a Scorsese personality opera. " ‐ Guardian
Posted Jun 21, 2012
4/5 86% The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976) "Iconic, and nearly canonic. " ‐ Guardian
Posted Jun 15, 2012
3/5 84% Return (2012) "Cardellini holds the restless centre of Liza Johnson's patient, precise drama, which brims with quiet disaffection. " ‐ Guardian
Posted Apr 5, 2012
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