Robert Everett-Green

Robert Everett-Green

Agrees with the Tomatometer 88% of the time.

Robert Everett-Green's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Globe and Mail

Listing Of All Reviews & Articles

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
2/4 43% Madame Bovary (2015) "Barthes feels the need to improve on Flaubert, adding and dropping scenes and inventing social metaphors - mainly spiderwebs and corsets. " ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Jul 3, 2015
4/4 88% Advanced Style (2014) "They reject the youth-culture diktat that age makes you invisible, and offer us all an example of self-acceptance. " ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Dec 19, 2014
3/4 90% The Guest (2014) "The pleasures of The Guest lie mainly in anticipating how the next expected corner will be turned. " ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Oct 17, 2014
3/4 88% Elena (2014) "Elena is at once a portrait, an autobiography and a history of family trauma. " ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Aug 8, 2014
3/4 82% The Galapagos Affair: Satan Came To Eden (2014) "The denouement plays like a remix of Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness with a chorus of unreliable narrators. " ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Apr 11, 2014
1/4 65% Bad Words (2014) "The laughs in this film are all mean-spirited or just frat-boy gross. " ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Mar 28, 2014
No Score Yet Inuit Cree Reconciliation "The film's stress on the power of oral history also reminds us that cultures that keep the past alive through human chains of storytelling are necessarily slow to forget. " ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Dec 27, 2013
2/4 53% The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2013) "It's a timely narrative subject, but its treatment in The Reluctant Fundamentalist is fundamentally flawed. " ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted May 17, 2013
1.5/4 No Score Yet Mulroney: The Opera "I felt a new emotion while watching this: sympathy for Brian Mulroney. " ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Apr 15, 2011
3/4 71% The Magic Flute (2006) "The results are often fascinating (I love the duet of the Armed Men, sung by a chorus of faces animated out of a wall of sandbags), sometimes ludicrous and never boring. " ‐ Globe and Mail
Posted Mar 20, 2009
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