Richard Kelly

Richard Kelly

Agrees with the Tomatometer 75% of the time.

Richard Kelly's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Sight and Sound

Listing Of All Reviews & Articles

Showing 1 - 15 of 15
Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
54% Troy (2004) "Dramatic scene after dramatic scene fails to take flight: too many face-to-face quarrels, flatly blocked and bluntly written. " ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted Jul 6, 2004
No Score Yet Final Cut (1998) Sight and Sound
Posted Jun 18, 2003
89% In This World (2003) "Unfortunately it is no more informative, possibly even less involving, than umpteen pieces of print and television reportage that have set out similarly to chronicle one of the major humanitarian crises of our age. " ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted Apr 4, 2003
88% The Son (2003) "Cinematically speaking, Luc and Jean-Pierre Dardenne are a modern-day miracle. " ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted Mar 4, 2003
No Score Yet Purely Belter (2001) Sight and Sound
Posted Dec 2, 2002
83% The Hurricane (1999) "The drama is hung on a vendetta between a flawed-but-honourable man and a doggedly bad cop. Yes, it's Valjean and Javert, together again. " ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted Dec 2, 2002
60% Hurlyburly (1998) Sight and Sound
Posted Dec 2, 2002
92% Bloody Sunday (2002) "Greengrass' dramatic re-enactment, galvanised by documentary techniques, is so dense and alive with detail that it should be viewed attentively. " ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted Mar 21, 2002
89% Rushmore (1998) "Rushmore is made to be treasured: it feels like an immediate American classic. " ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted Mar 5, 2002
No Score Yet Debt Collector Sight and Sound
Posted Mar 5, 2002
84% Last Night (1998) "McKellar's only mistake was to craft the niggling central role of Patrick, and then play it himself. " ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted Mar 5, 2002
25% In Dreams (1999) Sight and Sound
Posted Mar 5, 2002
44% Simon Birch (1998) Sight and Sound
Posted Mar 5, 2002
62% Slam (1998) Sight and Sound
Posted Mar 5, 2002
78% The Pledge (2001) "An elegant rejoinder to a tired genre, a consummate work of screen adaptation, and further evidence that there is precious little Sean Penn can't achieve on film, whether before or behind the lens. " ‐ Sight and Sound
Posted Oct 4, 2001
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