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Andrew Marshall

Andrew Marshall
Andrew Marshall's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Starburst

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
5/10 80% Vampire Cleanup Department (Gao geung jing dou fu) (2017) Vampire Cleanup Department starts well but ultimately ends up in overly familiar territory that meanders through a short running time.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Aug 9, 2017
6/10 No Score Yet The Mole Song: Hong Kong Capriccio (Mogura no uta: sennyû sôsakan Reiji 2) (2017) The Mole Song: Hong Kong Capriccio is a decent enough follow up and delivers everything we've come to expect.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Aug 9, 2017
8/10 100% Snow Woman (Yuki onna) (2016) Snow Woman is as beautiful and haunting as its titular spirit, a sinister and mesmerising tale that lingers in the senses like the deep chill of her deadly breath.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Aug 9, 2017
6/10 78% Killing Ground (2017) Killing Ground makes a genuine and wholehearted effort to be something different, and to a certain extent succeeds, but with the rest of it being too much of more of the same it doesn't stand out quite as much as it hopes to.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 21, 2017
6/10 No Score Yet Raid dingue (2016) RAID: Special Unit is a lot of fun to begin with, but its simple setup doesn't have the substance to sustain it for the length of an entire film.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 13, 2017
4/10 No Score Yet The Dark Mile (2017) The entire final third of the plot appears to be missing. ‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 13, 2017
8/10 No Score Yet Double Date (2017) A straightforward but consistently entertaining plot driven by smart dialogue and varied permutations of character interaction, Double Date is a rare fusion of genres that does justice to each.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 13, 2017
9/10 77% The Little Hours (2017) The humour is unabashedly crude and the dialogue largely improvised, but what could so easily have been merely a single Nuns Gone Wild joke stretched out to 90 minutes, The Little Hours is instead a riotous delight of brazen lechery and bawdy absurdity.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2017
7/10 84% My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea (2017) Simultaneously satirising the predictability of disaster movies and the vacuity of teenage social cliques, My Entire High School Sinking Into the Sea is an odd amalgamation of contrasting tropes, but an engaging collage of experimental filmmaking.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2017
9/10 80% The Oath (2016) The Oath begins as merely involving, but as its emotional intensity pulls you deeper into its spiralling vortex of scheming, it soon becomes utterly compelling.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 12, 2017
7/10 85% Okja (2017) It's an intriguing and entertaining movie, certainly, but also one where a little more focus could have made it so much better.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 7, 2017
8/10 98% In This Corner of the World (Kono sekai no katasumi ni) (2017) Like one of Suzu's artistic sketches, In This Corner of the World is a beautiful and compelling portrait of real life, and despite its harsh portrayal of the realities of war it's a story in which hope remains paramount.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jun 30, 2017
7/10 100% Bad Day for the Cut (2017) There is a strong suggestion that cycles of vengeance merely go around and around, an observation of particular poignancy for a country with a recent history so mired in conflict and one that in making Bad Day for the Cut is at its most insightful.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jun 30, 2017
4/10 0% Bad Kids of Crestview Academy (2017) Bad Kids of Crestview Academy is certainly a film aware of how inherently daft it is, but it's nowhere near good enough to praise, nor does it reach the levels of endearingly bad in the way a legion of cult movies have remained popular.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jun 30, 2017
8/10 92% My Pure Land (2017) An important story beautifully told that highlights the inequality of Pakistan's patriarchal society, My Pure Land is exciting, tense, uplifting and tragic, and uncompromisingly grips you right up to its final moments.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jun 30, 2017
7/10 68% Cars 3 (2017) If you thought the previous films were entertaining and harmless fun then you'll think this one is much the same.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jun 30, 2017
8/10 No Score Yet The Night Watchmen (2016) The Night Watchmen is a raucous riot that starts fast and never relents right up until its closing moments. It asks only your indulgence and delivers utterly, remaining a gory and hilarious ride every step of the way.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted May 26, 2017
7/10 77% Without Name (2016) Without Name is less a story and more an experience, and while its unfocused style of reality warping may make a little difficult to focus on, it also allows you to just sit back and experience the ride.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted May 26, 2017
8/10 89% Always Shine (2016) Always Shine takes a while to make its points fully clear, but the friction and tacit hostility simmering all the way makes for a slow-burning but engrossing watch.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted May 18, 2017
9/10 80% Dig Two Graves (2017) Dig Two Graves is a sinister yet serene tale whose every moment warrants your full attention.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted May 18, 2017
7/10 No Score Yet The Evil Within (2017) [It] will not be for everyone, and as the years pass it's likely that the story of its prolonged production and tortured creator will become better known than the film itself, but one thing you can say for sure ... Getty has left his mark upon the world.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted May 18, 2017
7/10 No Score Yet Shooting Clerks (2016) Once it gets going, Shooting Clerks is a funny and charming story that remains engaging even if you're already familiar with parts of it.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted May 11, 2017
9/10 No Score Yet Nutcracker (2017) A dark yet humorous tale of suspense, manipulation and romance, Nutcracker is many things at once, but they all blend together perfectly into a cohesive whole, resulting in a tale straightforward yet intricate that makes a brutal and memorable impact.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted May 5, 2017
8/10 No Score Yet Blood of the Tribades (2016) Its themes are as eternal as the undead who populate it, while at the same time being worryingly - perhaps even a little terrifyingly - contemporary.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Mar 3, 2017
4/10 7% Rings (2017) As a revival of a once-popular franchise it's a wasted opportunity, and no amount of prophetic visions, surreal imagery or portentous drivel can convince otherwise.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Feb 10, 2017
7/10 No Score Yet Bornless Ones (2017) Bornless Ones possesses enough of a distinct identity to be of interest even to those who feel they've seen it all before.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jan 27, 2017
3/10 No Score Yet The Snare (2017) It tries to create and maintain an atmosphere of pervading tension, but through its unrealised premise, uneventful plot and simple lack of any real story, it utterly fails to hold your attention.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Dec 29, 2016
8/10 90% Dearest Sister: Nong Hak (2016) The film industry of Laos is still in its infancy, but if Dearest Sister should be taken as a benchmark of expected quality, then it shouldn't be long before the southeast Asian nation makes a mark on the international stage.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Oct 21, 2016
4/10 59% The Mind's Eye (2016) Although The Mind's Eye has high aspirations, it's let down by a vaguely defined premise, a thin plot and boring characters.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Sep 30, 2016
9/10 94% Finding Dory (2016) Finding Dory is an enchanting tale that never once fells like an unnecessary retread, and while not quite surpassing its predecessor, it at least equals it. And when the pedigree you're talking about is this high, that's quite an achievement.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 29, 2016
7/10 64% K-Shop (2016) The film doesn't actually judge people for their behaviour, but that's not to say it doesn't take gleeful relish in acting out precisely the kind of thing that many of us have thought about, whether we're willing to admit it or not.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 21, 2016
6/10 30% American Hero (2015) American Hero is a decent idea, but is let down by sloppy execution and meandering plot. ‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 11, 2016
7/10 No Score Yet Pale Star (2016) Pale Star will not be for everyone. For the same reasons that some will find the film deep and significant, others will think it dull and pretentious. What can't be denied it that it's an experience of pure cinema.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 11, 2016
3/10 No Score Yet Billionaire Ransom (Take Down) (2016) A couple of distinctive moments stand out amidst the tedium, such as a rather innovative use for a compound fracture, but everything about Take Down is an overfamiliar slog from start to finish that holds no surprises or excitement.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 11, 2016
4/10 60% The Rezort (2015) The Rezort contains nothing distinctive beyond its initial premise, and ultimately offers little more than the countless scores of others to mine a similar vein.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 11, 2016
5/10 No Score Yet The Virgin Psychics (Eiga: minna! Esupâ da yo!) (2015) Everything eventually culminates in a muddled finale that fails to make clear what the genuine revelations are supposed to be, or offer any sense of true conclusion to the story, making you wonder what the point of it all was.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 8, 2016
8/10 19% Yoga Hosers (2016) Yoga Hosers is the most fun a Smith film has been since Jay and Silent Bob took a trip to Hollywood, and is a return to form while also continuing to develop his filmmaking maturity. Long may it continue.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 8, 2016
8/10 85% A Patch Of Fog (2017) Overall, A Patch of Fog is a compelling tale of constant unease and escalating tension that keeps you gripped throughout.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 8, 2016
9/10 42% Mr. Right (2016) Anna Kendrick continues to be eminently watchable in absolutely anything and everything.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 7, 2016
7/10 60% Tiger Raid (2016) The story ends on a satisfying and inevitable note that wraps things up in a neat but uncontrived way, culminating everything to have thus far occurred.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 5, 2016
8/10 100% Seoul Station (2016) Seoul Station delves into the darkened recesses of human nature, unflinchingly laying bare the results of our basest instincts.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 5, 2016
4/10 No Score Yet Macbeth Unhinged (2016) An experimental piece that really doesn't work, Macbeth Unhinged is intriguing in regards to being a distinctive addition to the multitudinous ways in which Shakespeare continues to be adapted, but as a cinematic experience is incoherent and unsatisfying.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 5, 2016
8/10 95% The Love Witch (2016) Much more than just a meticulously constructed throwback, The Love Witch is gorgeous, sexy and mesmerising in every way.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 5, 2016
7/10 94% Slash (2016) When it comes down to it, Slash is a basic teen movie with very familiar character arcs and story beats - albeit presented through unusual subject matter - but its nuanced portrayal of its realistic characters make it worth checking out.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jul 1, 2016
10/10 97% Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016) Hunt For the Wilderpeople is funny, moving, enthralling and exciting, and impossible to not be drawn into.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted Jun 30, 2016
10/10 67% The Corpse Of Anna Fritz (El Cadáver De Anna Fritz) (2015) The film is not an easy watch, nor can it be said to be in any way entertaining; it's short, nasty, brutal and utterly compelling.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted May 13, 2016
9/10 No Score Yet The Passing (Yr Ymadawiad) (2015) Despite nothing overt occurring, there is a creeping sense of otherness about the whole situation, and it's precisely this lingering lack of certainly that makes the film so compelling.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted May 13, 2016
7/10 64% Antibirth (2016) A relentless hyperchromatic trip from altered state start to Cronenbergian and Lynchian finish, Antibirth might be a good film, it's just difficult to coherently justify exactly why. Cult superstardom awaits.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted May 13, 2016
8/10 No Score Yet Astraea (2015) Most post-apocalyptic settings feature brutal gang warfare or roving mutated chimera threatening the lives of the last few survivors, but Astraea consists of little more than four people in a house, and it's still utterly engaging.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted May 13, 2016
7/10 No Score Yet Decay (2015) A trashier film would have gone down the necrophiliac route for the cheap shock value, but Decay treats the situation with far more tact and sensitivity.‐ Starburst
Read More | Posted May 13, 2016