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Sky Hirschkron

Sky Hirschkron
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Agrees with the Tomatometer 59% of the time.

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
80% Longing (2007) Stylus Magazine
Posted Apr 4, 2011
B+ 68% Snow Angels (2007) "Green doesn't want the viewer dumbfounded as to how to react so much as to match every laugh with a shudder. It's a balance of humiliation and empathy that ultimately works. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Nov 5, 2007
71/100 89% Quiet City (2007) "Quiet City was the festival highlight, for me. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Jun 27, 2007
60/100 75% Life is a Bed of Roses (1983) "What happens when a skeptic tackles tranquility? He makes it look dangerous. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Jun 27, 2007
70/100 58% Zoo (2007) "Zoo is the formal antithesis of To Catch a Predator-like exposés in its presentation of outcasts. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Jun 25, 2007
64/100 75% Monkey Warfare "A self-professed student of Godard, [Reginald] Harkema more closely resembles another Godard acolyte, Tarantino, right down to the latter's love of weed, foxy chicks, and subtle deceptiveness. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Jun 25, 2007
61/100 38% Congorama (2007) "The film's catalogue of absurdity is so colorful that it needn't be mined for impact, and [Phillippe] Falardeau takes the matter-of-fact route, merely gawking at the wreckage. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Jun 25, 2007
33/100 83% Gretchen (2009) "As Steve Collins' Gretchen proves, not all Amerindies on the festival circuit are made by guys you'd expect to run into in a John Cassavetes festival. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Jun 25, 2007
53/100 59% Hannah Takes the Stairs (2007) "The result is a mesh of creative sensibilities that never quite congeals. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Jun 25, 2007
C 62% Dans Paris (2007) "[Romain] Duris is well and fine, and [Dans Paris] would do well to stick with him, but [Christophe] Honoré seems so wary of the pitfalls of the psychological drama that he has declined to make one at all. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Jun 25, 2007
B 80% Honor of the Knights (2007) "It is [worth seeing], but [Albert] Serra's watch-or-****-off contempt remains present throughout. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Jun 25, 2007
74/100 100% The Spy in Black (U-Boat 29) (1939) "It's a peculiar and rather wonderful mismatch of subject matter and tone that, if not a success at elucidating great moral complexities of war, asks us to take unusual and perhaps unflattering pleasure in old intrigues. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Jun 25, 2007
77% Match Point (2005) "A filmmaker out of touch with his own neuroses, making a final bid for recognition by exacerbating lives beyond his reach. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Oct 30, 2006
78% Munich (2005) Stylus Magazine
Posted Oct 30, 2006
C- 62% The New World (2005) "Lazily reassuring, a dime-store haiku, and a master's nadir. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Oct 30, 2006
100% A Bittersweet Life (Dalkomhan insaeng) Stylus Magazine
Posted Oct 30, 2006
63% Chain (2005) Stylus Magazine
Posted Oct 30, 2006
B 79% Le Petit Lieutenant (2006) "So, it can't quite be said that [Xavier Beauvois] is bereft of novel, impressively lurid ideas for murders, because he's expressly against them, if we're to take Antoine's lust for intrigue as our own. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Sep 6, 2006
B+ 41% The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things (2004) "[The Heart Is Deceitful Above All Things] has a deceptively desultory structure where no moral system or 'new daddy' seems to hold much water upon introduction, but each accumulates ideas which make an atavistic reappearance at the most inopportune of tim " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Sep 6, 2006
B+ 72% Bubble (2006) "The film is called Bubble, but it represents the first time in ages Steven Soderbergh has worked outside of his personal territory. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Sep 6, 2006
A 88% Mutual Appreciation (2006) "More than an effortlessly perceptive observer, Bujalski has honed deceptively stylized visuals to serve deceptively stylized drama. Isolated by their lonesome, compositions are so inert as to seem intentionally inexpressive, but altogether, a visual strat " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Sep 6, 2006
C No Score Yet The Hole Story (2005) "For a tale of single-minded devotion, [The Hole Story] shines in those few occasions when Alex [Karpovsky]'s nerve is overtaken by booze, love or despair -- a lot like life. " ‐ Stylus Magazine
Posted Jun 12, 2006
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