V.A. Musetto

V.A. Musetto

Agrees with the Tomatometer 76% of the time.

Publications:
New York Post
Total Reviews:
1473

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Add Date
3/4 75% The Grandmaster (2013) " Wong extracts magnetic performances from his two stars, and Philippe Le Sourd delivers gorgeous cinematography." — New York Post
Posted Aug 23, 2013
1.5/4 49% Blood (2013) " The landscape cinematography is often eye-pleasing, but the script is labored, filled with clichés and never allows for character development." — New York Post
Posted Aug 9, 2013
4/4 94% Drug War (2013) " Cars go crunch, bullets fly, blood spurts, bodies splatter and an unbelievable amount of cocaine is snorted. The climactic shootout, which goes on for 15 minutes and has an astronomical body count, is a masterpiece of its kind." — New York Post
Posted Jul 26, 2013
2.5/4 71% Frankenstein's Army (2013) " There's little more in the way of plot, but that's no problem. "Frankenstein's Army" is funny and original, with innovative costumes and set designs." — New York Post
Posted Jul 26, 2013
3/4 25% The Guillotines (2013) " The plot is of little importance - the spectacular action and gorgeous landscapes and costumes are what matter." — New York Post
Posted Jun 14, 2013
1/4 55% Hatchet III (2013) " Will there be a "Hatchet IV''? I shudder to think about it." — New York Post
Posted Jun 14, 2013
3.5/4 75% Pieta (2013) " The newest masterpiece of sex and brutality by South Korean wild man Kim Ki-duk." — New York Post
Posted May 17, 2013
1.5/4 63% Unmade In China (2013) " Why does Kofman, who co-directs with Tanner King Barklow, insist upon making the movie mostly about himself? He gets into nearly every frame, often in closeup." — New York Post
Posted May 3, 2013
3/4 45% The Lords of Salem (2013) " Movies by Rob Zombie, the goth rocker turned cult filmmaker, aren't for everybody. But he couldn't care less." — New York Post
Posted Apr 19, 2013
3/4 56% Eddie The Sleepwalking Cannibal (2013) " Despite the theme, "Eddie" goes easy on gratuitous gore. What we get is a cerebral horror movie and a satire of the art world." — New York Post
Posted Apr 5, 2013
1/4 36% The ABCs of Death (2013) " Most are exercises in sickening bad taste, with an emphasis on human bodily functions." — New York Post
Posted Mar 8, 2013
3.5/4 95% War Witch (2013) " Brutality and tenderness are a potent mix in "War Witch."" — New York Post
Posted Mar 1, 2013
3/4 64% Ferlinghetti A Rebirth of Wonder (2013) " With Americans' civil liberties under constant threat, it's comforting to know that Ferlinghetti is still with us." — New York Post
Posted Feb 8, 2013
2/4 50% Mumia: Long Distance Revolutionary (2013) " The doc is unapologetically one-sided, and spends more time canonizing Abu-Jamal than exploring the murder and trial themselves." — New York Post
Posted Feb 1, 2013
2/4 13% My Way (2011) New York Post
Posted Jan 22, 2013
3/4 40% Clandestine Childhood (2013) " 'Clandestine Childhood'' is the impressive first feature by Argentine director Benjamín Avila." — New York Post
Posted Jan 11, 2013
3/4 69% A Bottle in the Gaza Sea (2013) " It raises the hope that someday, perhaps, there can be a meeting of Israeli and Palestinian minds." — New York Post
Posted Jan 4, 2013
2/4 42% Let Fury Have The Hour (2012) " The film is one-sided and at times unfocused, but it makes a lot of sense politically." — New York Post
Posted Dec 14, 2012
1.5/4 43% Waiting For Lightning (2012) " The person we want most to hear from, Way himself, is largely missing. Go figure." — New York Post
Posted Dec 7, 2012
1/4 —— Christmas In Compton (2012) " The actors are personable, but they're burdened with a script full of stereotypical characters and offensive jokes." — New York Post
Posted Nov 9, 2012
3/4 77% Bones Brigade: An Autobiography (2012) " This film makes a great companion piece to Peralta's "Dogtown and Z-Boys,'' which leaves off where "Bones Brigades'' begins." — New York Post
Posted Nov 2, 2012
3/4 61% Tai Chi Zero (2012) " "Tai Chi Zero" is loads of fun to watch, especially a battle in which watermelons, bananas and other fruits and veggies serve as flying weapons." — New York Post
Posted Oct 19, 2012
2/4 53% Simon and the Oaks (2012) " The classical music is soothing, the cinematography handsome and the acting strong, but the Swedish coming-of-age saga "Simon and the Oaks'' is burdened with a sappy, soap-opera-ish script." — New York Post
Posted Oct 12, 2012
2/4 54% Bel Borba Aqui (2012) " The directors, Burt Sun and André Costantini, never delve into his psyche. On the plus side is Costantini's luscious cinematography." — New York Post
Posted Oct 5, 2012
2/4 90% Six Million and One (2012) " The siblings react with humor and horror to what they discover. So will many viewers of this self-indulgent but engaging work." — New York Post
Posted Sep 28, 2012
2/4 88% The Other Dream Team (2012) " The presentation is conventional in style but uplifting in spirit, and worth seeing even if you know nothing about basketball." — New York Post
Posted Sep 28, 2012
3/4 100% Radio Unnameable (2012) " Directors Paul Lovelace and Jessica Wolfson weave together archival visual and aural materials along with new interviews with Fass, his wife, Lynnie, and other WBAI alumni." — New York Post
Posted Sep 21, 2012
3.5/4 39% [REC] 3 Genesis (2012) " Plaza throws in more than enough ludicrous touches of his own to grab viewers by their arteries and never let go." — New York Post
Posted Sep 7, 2012
3/4 70% The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate (2012) " The plot is secondary. "Flying Swords" is to be seen for its eye-popping action." — New York Post
Posted Aug 31, 2012
3/4 88% Breathing (2012) " Elegant cinematography by Martin Gschlacht, one of Austria's most sought-after lensers, gives "Breathing" added depth." — New York Post
Posted Aug 31, 2012
3/4 92% O Som ao Redor (Neighbouring Sounds) (2012) " It interweaves the lives of a dozen or so characters, including servants and the security guards hired after a series of low-level crimes transpire in the neighborhood." — New York Post
Posted Aug 24, 2012
1/4 33% Death by China (2012) " It would make a nice TV infomercial, but certainly doesn't deserve a big-screen release." — New York Post
Posted Aug 24, 2012
2/4 64% Girlfriend Boyfriend (2012) " "Girlfriend Boyfriend" starts as a comedy, but quickly turns into a soap opera with too many subplots." — New York Post
Posted Aug 3, 2012
3/4 97% Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry (2012) " Klayman had full access to Ai, 55, following him around for two years. The sweetest footage involves Ai and his mother." — New York Post
Posted Jul 26, 2012
3/4 79% Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai (2012) " A 3-D epic that, despite its title, is more of a soap opera than a swordplay thriller." — New York Post
Posted Jul 19, 2012
3/4 88% Ballplayer: Pelotero (2012) " A documentary narrated by John Leguizamo that provides a seldom-seen look inside the training camps run by MLB in that impoverished nation." — New York Post
Posted Jul 13, 2012
3/4 81% China Heavyweight (2012) " Call it "Rocky,'' Asian style." — New York Post
Posted Jul 6, 2012
2/4 50% Patagonia Rising (2012) " His is an important issue that needs to be discussed. But it will take more than this dry doc - best left to cable TV - to do the matter justice." — New York Post
Posted Jun 8, 2012
3/4 95% 5 Broken Cameras (2012) " The issues are complex and not easily solved. But no matter which side you are on, you'll be moved by this intimate work." — New York Post
Posted Jun 1, 2012
3/4 91% Chely Wright: Wish Me Away (2012) " The inspiring story of Chely Wright, the first major country singer to come out as gay." — New York Post
Posted Jun 1, 2012
3.5/4 98% Oslo, August 31st (2012) " Despite its themes, "Oslo, August 31st" is an exhilarating film, with impeccable direction and pitch-perfect performances that make the bleakness worthwhile." — New York Post
Posted May 25, 2012
3.5/4 93% Elena (2012) " 'Elena" is a grim, somber portrait of life in Putin's Russia, where the haves and have-nots uneasily co-exist." — New York Post
Posted May 18, 2012
3/4 59% American Animal (2012) " It is well-acted and features witty repartee. Look for more good things to come from this talent." — New York Post
Posted May 18, 2012
3/4 87% Polisse (2012) " While never exploitative, "Polisse" can be extremely disturbing." — New York Post
Posted May 18, 2012
3/4 82% Bonsái (2012) " This isn't a story of Shakespearean proportions, but it's a sweet peg for this complex, carefully constructed gem." — New York Post
Posted May 11, 2012
3/4 67% The Road (2012) " [Laranas] delivers a maximum of suspense and horror, working wonders with a small budget." — New York Post
Posted May 11, 2012
1/4 67% Chronicling a Crisis (2012) " There's little reason to see the claustrophobic "Chronicling a Crisis" unless you have a fascination with the Kolleks." — New York Post
Posted May 4, 2012
3/4 92% Headhunters (2012) " The sex, nudity and violence are nonstop, but that's what makes "Headhunters" exciting entertainment." — New York Post
Posted Apr 27, 2012
3/4 89% Whores' Glory (2012) " Austrian documentarian Michael Glawogger takes his cameras to three red-light districts around the world, and finds life is miserable for the women who work in the world's oldest profession - and for the men who pay cash for sex." — New York Post
Posted Apr 27, 2012
2/4 71% Payback (2012) " Baichwal could have devoted a single film to just BP's disgraceful behavior." — New York Post
Posted Apr 27, 2012
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