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Amelie Lasker

Amelie Lasker
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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
3.5/5 82% Juliet, Naked (2018) Thanks to the filmmakers' handle on the romantic comedy genre, Juliet, Naked is highly watchable, a fun take on a winning premise.‐ FF2 Media
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3.5/5 86% Let the Sunshine In (Un beau soleil intérieur) (2018) Through a repetitive narrative cycle and an intimate arc portrayed by lead actress Binoche, Denis explores how depressing and isolating the search for love can be.‐ FF2 Media
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4/5 62% Lou Andreas-Salomé: The Audacity to Be Free (2018) A gentle score and soft, dreamy flashbacks give this film the feel of a period romance, though the story's loyalty to Lou's own obstinate personality ultimately makes it a fascinating character study.‐ FF2 Media
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5/5 97% The Rider (2018) Zhao has shown herself to be a wonderful storyteller, and I can't wait to see what she does next.‐ FF2 Media
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4.5/5 82% This is Home: A Refugee Story (2018) This Is Home's creators, a team of mostly women, have wrought an intimate story of the four families and their new American lives, a story which gives essential attention to the larger implications of the Syrian refugee crisis.‐ FF2 Media
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4/5 69% Finding Your Feet (2018) It's rare to see a movie with a cast of characters who are almost entirely retirement age or older, and it's even rarer to see these characters portrayed in full depth.‐ FF2 Media
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3.5/5 44% Pacific Rim Uprising (2018) Pacific Rim: Uprising has memorable characters and a satisfyingly complex story, and for lovers of action, it comes highly recommended.‐ FF2 Media
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3/5 51% Tomb Raider (2018) It's hard to feel really pulled along by the story. Still, a charismatic heroine and a father-daughter arc keep us invested.‐ FF2 Media
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4/5 89% Itzhak (2018) With glimpses into Itzhak's married life, Jewish heritage, and warm circle of friends, Itzhak is a charming portrait of a beloved musician.‐ FF2 Media
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4.5/5 90% Werewolf (2018) The film is at many times hard to watch, but its nuanced character development makes it a story worth telling.‐ FF2 Media
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4/5 90% On Body and Soul (A Teströl és Lélekröl) (2018) Partially shot in a real slaughterhouse, the film is visually and conceptually both beautiful and viscerally sickening, a fascinating exploration of loneliness and attention in an unusual environment.‐ FF2 Media
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4/5 71% The Opera House (2018) Froemke has created a fascinating picture of how art and humanity survive across time and place.‐ FF2 Media
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4/5 26% Forever My Girl (2018) While undoubtedly a romance, Forever My Girl is also a story of forgiveness, grief, and family. It's a success of its genre.‐ FF2 Media
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3.5/5 67% My Art (2018) With a casual pace and some particularly poignant and funny moments, My Art is a quiet enjoyment.‐ FF2 Media
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3/5 31% Pitch Perfect 3 (2017) For the audience members who are only looking for some light fun along with energized vocal versions of familiar pop songs, Pitch Perfect 3 succeeds.‐ FF2 Media
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4/5 100% Killing for Love (Das Versprechen) (2017) While Killing for Love ends up being a call for justice, it is framed as a psychological thriller and a court drama, an exploration of what happened within the young couple and the Haysom family.‐ FF2 Media
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3/5 88% Bill Frisell, A Portrait (2017) This movie is not going to pull you along: rather, you have to be willing to sit with Bill and his friends and listen to the music carefully.‐ FF2 Media
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3.5/5 62% The Tribes of Palos Verdes (2017) The Tribes of Palos Verdes has a gorgeous stylistic mood.‐ FF2 Media
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3.5/5 80% The Man Who Invented Christmas (2017) Though not as full of fantasy and pathos as the original story of A Christmas Carol, Dickens's personal journey makes for a charming Christmas movie.‐ FF2 Media
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2.5/5 14% Cook Off! (2017) While the humor is overtly silly and light, I found some of it quite troubling.‐ FF2 Media
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5/5 99% Lady Bird (2017) I can't wait to see what Gerwig does next.‐ FF2 Media
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5/5 95% Félicité (2017) Félicité's wonderful soundtrack supplements its incredible writing and editing, and it is my favorite movie so far this year.‐ FF2 Media
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3/5 87% Novitiate (2017) While the story is effective in delving into that more human side to one's personal relationship with religion, its characters could be portrayed with more depth and respect.‐ FF2 Media
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4/5 83% Never Here (2017) While I think the execution could have been more graceful, Thoman's illustration of an artist's trajectory is compelling, and for that I think Never Here is definitely worth a watch.‐ FF2 Media
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5/5 92% Human Flow (2017) The camera in Human Flow lingers on people as they walk, hold their young children, tell their stories, and often cry, and it becomes incredibly difficult for the audience not to address their reactions to it.‐ FF2 Media
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3.5/5 No Score Yet The Pathological Optimist (2017) Bailey is telling an important story in showing the ways in which these types of personalities exert their influence. More generally, the film shows the ways in which false claims catch on and get perpetuated.‐ FF2 Media
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4.5/5 24% Woodshock (2017) Woodshock is a quiet psychological thriller, and it creates more mysteries for us than it resolves.‐ FF2 Media
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4/5 98% Trophy (2017) In the style of a Louis Theroux documentary, Trophy's filmmakers give us extensive insight into the hunters' reasoning for doing things some of us might think cruel and even disgusting.‐ FF2 Media
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5/5 84% Polina (Polina, danser sa vie) (2017) A celebration of dance, music, and its nuanced protagonist, Polina is emphatically a success.‐ FF2 Media
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4/5 100% The Farthest (2017) The Farthest deftly highlights the beauty of the images of the outer planets, the courage of the scientists behind those images, and the poignancy of what they teach us.‐ FF2 Media
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4/5 100% Chasing Coral (2017) For its encouraging and essential message, this documentary is a must-see.‐ FF2 Media
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3.5/5 78% The Reagan Show (2017) The Reagan Show doesn't give us any insight into what was really beyond the show, working only as a record, if an accurate one, of what people speculated at the time.‐ FF2 Media
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4/5 No Score Yet Radical Grace (2015) Sister Jean, Sister Simone, and Sister Chris embody the values of hope and bravery, even when seen by some as outsiders in their own community, and their message resonates far beyond members of the Catholic Church.‐ FF2 Media
Read More | Posted Aug 25, 2018