Allie Loukas

Allie Loukas
Allie Loukas's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer® when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Battle Royale With Cheese
Biography:
Allie Loukas is a filmmaker, screenwriter, actor, and Tomatometer-approved critic for the UK-based film publication BRWC. Her feature length comedy "Kathryn Upside Down" was released in 2019 by Random Media and 1091 Media. Allie hails from Lake Forest, Illinois the same town as her idol, famed filmmaker John Hughes.

Movie Reviews Only

T-Meter Title | Year
86% Shoot to Marry (2020) I get that Markle was trying to add the whole comedy element, but pseudo dating women who had no idea he was trying to actually date them really didn't come across all that funny to me... - Battle Royale With Cheese EDIT
Read More | Posted May 31, 2020
70% Bombshell (2019) Though "Bombshell" undoubtedly tackled an important topic, it came across like a made for TV movie that really missed the mark, and it is a shame because it was a story worthy of being told, just not in such an uninspired and careless fashion. - Battle Royale With Cheese EDIT
Read More | Posted May 13, 2020
92% In Search of Greatness (2018) All in all, In Search of Greatness is a gem. A delightful, wholesome watch, and a perfect pick me up for anyone who feels left behind or unmotivated. - Battle Royale With Cheese EDIT
Read More | Posted May 1, 2020
No Score Yet Eternal Code (2019) This one simply isn't for me and I can't recommend it to anyone who doesn't frequently watch underground films because you will probably be there, scratching your head, for the entire 1 hour 47 minute duration of the film... - Battle Royale With Cheese EDIT
Read More | Posted Apr 23, 2020
No Score Yet Immortal Hero (2019) Over the top, laughable in places. Even the pop in characters seemed confused. - Battle Royale With Cheese EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 28, 2020
69% Almost Love (2020) With a few more brushstrokes it could have been something truly unique, but it ultimately felt like one of Rebella's paintings, and left me longing for a blank canvas. - Battle Royale With Cheese EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 14, 2020
No Score Yet The Blue (2020) I have a huge admiration for Kihagi and I think he has massive potential given the right exposure and additional funding. There's a lot of discomfort to digest here, but it is brimming with artistic vision and showed a bright future for Kihagi. - Battle Royale With Cheese EDIT
Read More | Posted Mar 7, 2020
72% Relaxer (2019) If you can sit and watch someone play a video game on a 1999 couch covered in sweat and spoiled milk for 91 minutes and try to gather a deeper meaning of isolation and social regression, it may be for you. - Battle Royale With Cheese EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 27, 2020
100% Chained for Life (2019) Although this film raised some very important topics, it continued on its journey as a self-reflexive movie within a movie. Independently, this is an interesting risk to take... - Battle Royale With Cheese EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 23, 2020
75% The Misogynists (2020) The film is almost a marriage of the work of Aaron Sorkin, David Mamet's famed "Glen Garry Glen Ross," and Neil LaBute's "In The Company of Men;" but it unfortunately never quite reaches the notes of anything as memorable or groundbreaking. - Battle Royale With Cheese EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 15, 2020
100% Rock, Paper and Scissors (Piedra, papel y tijera) (2019) Rock Paper Scissors is a slow burn psychological thriller from Macarena Garcia Lenzi and Martin Blousson. - Battle Royale With Cheese EDIT
Read More | Posted Feb 9, 2020
56% No Fathers in Kashmir (2019) This film is worth a viewing and is an interesting take on other films that explore tragedy & war torn areas, we see Kashmir through the eyes of hope, forgiveness, and innocence rather than barbarianism, destroyed lives, and murder. - Allie Loukas, BRWC - Battle Royale With Cheese EDIT
Read More | Posted Jan 16, 2020